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July 22nd, 2015
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.
This Roscoe team will play in a 15-and-under Texas Teenage Junior League State Baseball Tournament in Colorado City to be held July 20-24. Standing from left are coach Ramon Granado, Francisco Garcia, Jr Guia, Veronica Cuellar, Diego Garza, coach Ralph Cuellar; kneeling, Cameron Lujan, Joel Guia, Andrew Deleon, Xavier Frith, Nathan Garcia and Blake Andrus. Not pictured are Daiman Atkins and Mason Hernandez. There will be 14 teams participating in the event at Colorado Cityâ€™s Mitchell County Sports Complex.
Three recently-graduated high school athletes from Nolan County will be participating in all-star games held by the Texas Six-Man Coaches Association on July 18 at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls.
Highlandâ€™s Madison Moseley is on the West team for the girls basketball game that is scheduled to begin at noon at Midwestern Stateâ€™s D.L. Coliseum.
Sweetwaterâ€™s state title bid ended on Friday at the Texas 7-on-7 Championships with a 39-33 first-round loss to Brock in the championship bracket at College Station.
Sweetwater went 3-0 in pool play Thursday to reach the championship round as it defeated Lorena, Krum and Goliad, all by 20-22 point margins, but lost by a 39-33 score in the first bracket round for the second straight year. Sweetwater lost to Tyler Chapel Hill by that score in 2014.
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Sweetwater won all three of its pool games Thursday at the state 7-on-7 tournament in College Station, advancing the team into the championship bracket for the second straight year.
Sweetwater â€” whose team is coached by Kyle Lawrence â€” was to play its first Division II bracket game at 9 a.m. today against Brock, with the winner to take on either Albany or Gatesville at 10:15 a.m.
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The 8 and under Sweetwater Bratz All-Stars were named the Texas American Softball Association Girls 8 and under State Champions. They played in Abilene and went undefeated. The tournament consisted of all-star teams from Abilene, Wylie, Cisco, Coahoma, Ballinger, Colorado City, Eastland, Weatherford and Clyde.