Sports

Tue
21
Mar

Clifton hits track

Boys, girls return to action at Hamilton

By Brett Voss

After taking last week off for Spring Break, the Clifton boys and girls track and field teams return to action by competing at the Hamilton Meet this Thursday.

In dominating fashion, the Clifton boys and girls track and field teams ran away with the teams titles on all levels at the Moody Bearcat Relays March 9 before the break.

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Tue
21
Mar

Cub baseball faces key showdowns

Clifton faces state-ranked West, Groesbeck

By Brett Voss

Coming off an overwhelming 14-3 victory over Bruceville-Eddy and an open date during Spring Break last week, the Clifton Cub baseball team returns to action facing its biggest challenges of the season.

Playing in what could be considered the toughest Class 3A district in the state, the 13th-ranked Cubs hit the road to face defending state champion and ninth-ranked West after press time Tuesday evening before returning home to host fourth-ranked Groesbeck at 7 p.m, Friday.

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Wed
15
Mar

Clifton boys, girls track win in Moody

Six athletes capture three medals apiece

 

By Brett Voss

 

In dominating fashion, the Clifton boys and girls track and field teams ran away with the teams titles on all levels at the Moody Bearcat Relays last Thursday.

The Clifton girls scored 124 points to claim the team title ahead of Rogers with 112 and Rosebud- Lott with 77.

Leading the way for the Lady Cubs, Hope Jenson, Naomi Sedberry and Sutton Finney brought home three medals apiece, while Chancey Urbanovsky, Sydney Finney and Elisia Bible captured two individual medals each.

“Combined with what the boys were able to do, it made it a really fun night,” Clifton girls track coach Ryan Hunt said. “We took another step in the right direction. I’m extremely proud of the way our girls have competed so far.”

 

 

Wed
15
Mar

Jackets rebound, beat Hamilton

Meridian baseball faces Crawford, Moody

 

By Brett Voss

 

Coming off a hard-fought loss to perennial powerhouse Bosqueville, the Meridian Yellowjacket baseball team rebounded with a solid 6-3 win over Hamilton last Friday night.

Jason Dashner and John Anderson combined on the mound to hold Hamilton in check after falling behind, 2-0, early. Then the Jacket offense, led by Bradley Wallace and Matt Rosas, rallied behind a 13-hit attack.

“We got off to a shaky start against Hamilton, but we fought back and played very well after the second inning,” Meridian baseball head coach Ryan Moreau said. “Dashner found his rhythm on the mound and was tough to hit after the second inning. John did a good job of coming in and closing the game.

 

 

Tue
07
Mar

Track squads in Hico

By Brett Voss Publisher

Both the Clifton boys and girls track and field teams opened their seasons strong at the Hico Tiger Relays last Thursday.

The Lady Cubs scored 124 team points to tie Tolar fot the meet championship, just one point ahead of third place Crawford, while the Clifton boys finished third with 124.5 points behind champion Crawford and second place Tolar.

 

“It was a really solid start to the year,” Clifton girls track head coach Ryan Hunt said. “The varsity girls winning the team championship was exciting to see. Hopefully, we can build on these performances.”

 

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Tue
07
Mar

Lady Cubs play host to softball tourney

By Brett Voss Publisher

Shaking off a lopsided loss to Whitney last Monday, the Clifton Lady Cub softball team played like there’s no place like home as they went undefeated in the 2017 Clifton Softball Round Robin Tournament last weekend.

 

“This group of girls continues to push through innings focusing on one inning at a time and staying in the present,” Clifton softball head coach Sam Canfield said. “They have set a strong foundation for us to build on for our district games.

 

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Tue
28
Feb

Clifton hoops honored

By Brett Voss Publisher

Despite struggling through a rough season an a tough district, the Clifton Cub boys basketball team was recognized for its efforts when All-District 19-3A selections were announced last week. Junior Fisher Pitts stood out as the only Cub on the first team, junior Hutch Kettler was named to the second team, and senior Keegan Sowder drew honorable mention.

 

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Tue
28
Feb

Cub baseball opens with winning streak

By Brett Voss Publisher

After opening the 2017 Texas high school baseball season with four consecutive wins in the Whitney Tournament last week, the Clifton Cub baseball team came home to keep the win streak alive. Mission accomplished. Hosting Gatesville Monday evening, the Cubs came from behind to knock off the Hornets, 6-3, behind a complete-game pitching performance from junior Fisher Pitts.

 

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Tue
21
Feb

Lady Cub powerlifters advance to region

Clifton boys place third at West Invitational

By Brett Voss

After wrapping up their regular season at the West Invitational Meet last Saturday, the Clifton Lady Cub powerlifting team found out that eight Lady Cub lifters have qualified for the Class 3A Regional Championships March 4 at Little River- Academy.

Clifton girls qualifying for the regional championships include freshman Elisia Bible in the 97-pound division, freshman Maddison Burk in 105, freshman Sutton Finney and junior Sydney Finney in 132, freshmen Cydney Morgan and Hannah Phelps in 165, freshman Kamryn Kettler in 181, and senior Hope Jenson in 220.

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Tue
21
Feb

Lady Cub hoops honored

By Brett Voss

Although the Clifton Lady Cub girls basketball team was disappointed as they came up short of making the playoffs, the District 19-3A coaches recognized them for their efforts.

Lady Cub freshman Gracee Hilburn was named the district’s Newcomer of the Year, while senior Jacelynn Slagle made the all-district first-team, Cat Pieri and Mackenzie Wells were placed on the second team, and honorable mention selections were Makayla Meador and Sydney Finney.

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