Area School and Sports

Callaway-led West claims 6-man win

By James McAfee WICHITA FALLS—The West team, coached by Caleb Callaway and staff from Knox City, scored a 46-16 victory in the Texas Six-Man Association Division I All-Star game here last Saturday at Memorial Stadium. The game was delayed by weather at the start and Callaway felt that there were a lot of mistakes made…

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Lake Creek Scramble

Championship flight Baker, Lucas, Drumm                      50-52—102 Dillard, Dillard, Acree                     53-53—106 Coltharp, Porter, Wiles                   57-55—112 First flight Winn, Snyder, Porter                      60-55—115 Green, Green, Green                      60-55—115 Bivens, Marsh, Leija                        59-60—119 Molina, Bailey, Rodriguez             60-59—119 Second flight Abila, Abila, Ramon                         62-58—120 Shirley, Dickens, Moser                 62-58—120 Eggleston, Lucas, Case                   63-57—120 Third flight Rodriguez threesome                    66-60—126 Donnell, Donnell, Gillespie          …

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Delosrios, Hernandez playing in all-star game

By James McAfee WICHITA FALLS—Tyler Delosrios and Anthony Hernandez of Knox City will be among the football players  participating in the Texas Six-Man Association’s Division I all-star game scheduled at 7:30 p.m. Saturday here at Memorial Stadium. Both players earned all-district honors last season as members of the District 3-1A championship team while Hernandez was…

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KC football coaches will face busy week

By James McAfee WICHITA FALLS—The Knox City High School coaching staff will be busier than usual here next week at the Texas Six-Man Association Coaching School. Head coach Caleb Callaway was selected as the coach for the West team for the Division I all-star football game scheduled at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 17 at Memorial…

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Burney captures clay shoot title

The News-Courier GOREE—Trey Burney claimed overall honors at the Big Country Clay Shoot here last Saturday, taking home a shot gun as the winning prize. Vickie Jeffrus and Elaine Schultz took the top two places in the women’s division, Richard Ooten edged Claude Rister in the over 60 division, and Haiden Bowman finished ahead of…

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East teams win Oil Bowl games

The News-Courier WICHITA FALLS—Kelton Carver and Carlie Willison of Munday were members of the East teams that scored wins in the Oil Bowl all-star basketball games here last week at Rider High School Gym. Carver saw action in the boys’ 79-59 victory, while Willison scored four points in the girls’ 49-30 win.

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Bingaman wins Western title

The News-Courier WICHITA FALLS—Brandon Bingaman, an assistant professional at the Bent Tree Country Club in Dallas, posted rounds of 69-66—135 at the Wichita Falls Country Club last week to claim the TPx Communications Western Championship. He collected $3,200. Stuart Hendley, director of instruction at the Dallas Athletic Club, and J.J. Killeen, director of instruction at…

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Lowe sisters shine on softball diamond

By James McAfee KNOX CITY—Softball isn’t one of the UIL sports offered for girls in Knox County, but a pair of sisters from Knox City enjoyed success on the diamond during the spring. 12-year-old Jaylee and 6-year-old Jordyn Lowe just have to travel to play with their select teams from Abilene. They spend weekends traveling…

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Rodriguez named golf all-state

The News-Courier MUNDAY—Trinity Rodriguez of Munday was selected on Class 1-A all-state golf team after making an appearance in the state tournament last month. She also earned academic all-state honors in a vote by coaches. She was also selected to play in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes golf event at Solid Rock Camp in Eastland…

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