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August 19th, 2015
Sweetwaterâ€™s Kensi Chowning goes up for one of her team-high 13 kills in Tuesdayâ€™s non-district volleyball match at Mustang Gym.
Pictured are the girls who attended Sweetwater Middle Schoolâ€™s volleyball camp to improve their skills for the 2015 season.
In no particular order are Blayke Bewley, Alyson Moore, Mia Valdez, Kailey Soles, Kathryn Browning, Isabelle Boone, Kimberlee Boone, Elli Lehnert, Katie Tyson, Zoee Jeffrey, Kyrsten Smith, Gabriela Guasch, Delena Underwood, Hannah Boone, Ariseli Garcia, Meghann Olguin, Madelyn Hicks, Paris Housten, Kaitlyn Chance, Gabriela Olguin and Miranda Sloan.
The high school football season officially began Monday, as Sweetwater football players reported to practice to begin preparations for their season openers. The first games are scheduled for late August. This year's Mustangs will try to duplicate the success of the 2014 team which advanced to the Class 4A state quarterfinals. Sweetwater's first scrimmage will be Aug. 14 when it hosts San Angelo Lake View.
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Reserved season football tickets for the 2015 season at Sweetwater High School will be up for renewal to current option holders for the next two weeks beginning Monday, July 27.
Tickets may be purchased at the Sweetwater ISD ad-ministration office on 207 Musgrove and are good for five home games â€” Sept. 4 against Muleshoe (home-coming), Sept. 25 against Andrews, Oct. 9 against Fort Stockton, Oct. 16 against Midland Greenwood and Oct. 30 against Pecos.
There was competition at Mustang Bowl on Tuesday at the end of the first day of a three-day football camp led by Sweetwaterâ€™s coaching staff. It was a reminder that the real thing starts in a few weeks, as Sweetwaterâ€™s first scrimmage is here on Aug. 14. The first practices are scheduled to begin on Aug. 3.
Sweetwater High School athletes in volleyball and football start practices for the 2015 season on Aug. 3.
That will also be the day that football athletes in Roscoe, Blackwell and Highland begin practicing for their seasons as well.
Football athletes at the four Nolan County schools will have their first scrim-mages Aug. 14 or Aug. 15, followed by a final scrim-mage Aug. 20 or Aug. 21.
Sweetwaterâ€™s freshman, JV and varsity volleyball athletes have four practice days before their two scrim-mages on Aug. 7 and Aug. 8. The regular season will begin at San Angelo Grape Creek on Aug. 10.
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On July 4, Old Town Park and Cypress Street in Roscoe were full of people with their coolers and lawn chairs, who enjoyed the music of Nine Mile Mountain and Cody Canada and the Departed, followed by a fireworks show. Shown above are Cody Canada and the Departed performing at the event. Shown below is the crowd at the street dance.