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Wed
14
Oct

Bosque County opens district races

Iredell looks impressive; Valley Mills, Kopperl, Morgan lose big
 
By Brett Voss
 
After a slow date on the schedule around Bosque County, all eight teams were in district play last week, although not every team look the field. With Cranfills Gap still unable to put six healthy players on the the field, the Walnut Springs Hornets notched their first district win by forfeit.
 
Wed
14
Oct

Lady Cubs win on Senior Night

By Carol Spicer

Senior night sparked the Lady Cubs to take a quick three game win over Bruceville Eddy on Tuesday night at home. Seniors that were honored included Toshia Napieralski (1), Jessica Harris (3), Tori Zander (5), Kennadi Strawser (8), Elena Ibarra (12), and Susie Bekken (14). The team won in three exciting games, 25-19, 25-21, and 25-15.

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Wed
14
Oct

Clifton falls just short in Jarrell

Cubs travel to Rogers Friday

By Brett Voss

Now, the Clifton Cubs know they can play with the best District 10-3A, Division II has to offer. But unfortunately for the Cubs, the stars weren’t aligned in their favor last Friday night. Playing in hostile territory, Clifton gave the undefeated Jarrell Cougars all they could handle before falling, 27-24, last Friday night.

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Wed
07
Oct

Down To The Wire

By Brett Voss
 
Italy nips Meridian in overtime
 
Sometimes, you just can’t catch a break. That certainly proved to be the case for the Meridian Yellowjackets last Friday night. After opening the season with four consecutive victories for the first time since 2001, the Meridian Yellowjackets were knocked from the ranks of the undefeated in heartbreaking fashion.
 
Wed
07
Oct

Bosque County gears up for district

By Brett Voss
 
Although many of the Friday Night Lights around Bosque County remains dark last Friday night, it represented a calm before the storm. While half of the area’s teams had open dates last week, all eight county squads will be playing district games this Friday night.
 
WALNUT SPRIN GS 32 LIN GLEVILLE 12
 
Shaking off their first loss of the season, the 10thranked Walnut Springs Hornets celebrated homecoming night with a solid 32-12 victory over Lingleville last Saturday.
 
Wed
07
Oct

Lady Cubs wrap up first round

By Carol Spicer

As the Clifton varsity volleyball squad wrapped up the first round of district competition last week, the Lady Cubs must shake off the effects of two disappointing losses last week. The Lady Cubs fell to McGregor, 25-6, 25-23, 25-17 before losing to Whitney, 25-20, 25-19, 25-21, last Saturday.

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Wed
07
Oct

Clifton takes aim at district foes

By Brett Voss

Now it’s time to move on to the next season, as high school football coaches around the state call it. But most importantly, this is the one that counts. And when District 10-3A, Division II opens this Friday night, the Clifton Cubs will face the best the league has to offer right out of the gate. But then again, everything came together for the Cubs in their final non-district game two weeks ago. And it couldn’t have come at a better time. Although Clifton (2-3) does not enter district with a winning record, they have a winning attitude after blanking perennial powerhouse Bosqueville, 15-0, Sept. 25.

Wed
30
Sep

Meridian runs over Wortham

By Brett Voss

For the first time since 2001, the Meridian Yellowjackets have opened the season with four consecutive victories. But none have been more important than the last one. Opening District 10-2A, Division II competition at Jacket Stadium last Friday night, Meridian made a statement with an impressive 40-8 victory over Wortham to remain undefeated. Senior running back Dion Estrada rushed for 143 yards and three touchdowns while senior running back Jaime Reynoso ran for two more as the Jackets (1-0 in district, 4-0 overall) methodically dismantled Wortham (0-1, 2-3). 

Wed
30
Sep

Bosque County teams eye district

By Brett Voss

Bosque County teams continue to look strong and playoff worthy as teams behind to look ahead to district competition. While Meridian remained undefeated as only area team to play a district game last week, all eight county teams will move into league play during the next two weeks. Last season, only two county teams posted winning records and only one qualified for the postseason. As the 2015 season hit midseason, four teams have posted winning records while five appear poised to make legitimate runs at playoff berths.

Wed
30
Sep

Lady Cubs battle to mixed results

By Carol Spicer

 

On Tuesday, Teague traveled to Clifton to take on the Lady Cubs in three nail-biter matches which the Lady Cubs lost, 19-25, 25-27, and 17-25. The second set was heavy on a point-for-point basis as the teams went back and forth and sent the game into a long match after tying up at 25-25. Leading for the Lady Cubs were Kennadi Strawser with 16 digs and Sydney Harris with 14 digs.

 

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