April 8th, 2013
MONDAY, APRIL 8
Sweetwater JV at Midland Greenwood, 4:30 p.m.
Sweetwater varsity and JV girls play final leg of district tournament at Midland Greenwood.
Sweetwater JV and varsity teams at district meet in Snyder.
Highland junior high teams host district meet.
Roscoe junior high teams compete at district meet in Highland.
TUESDAY, APRIL 9
Sweetwater varsity will play at Midland Greenwood, 7 p.m.
Sweetwater varsity and JV boys will play the final leg of district tournament at Monahans.
SNYDER â€” After prod-ucing 30 runs over its last three games, Sweetwaterâ€™s offense was held in check by Snyder pitcher Taylor Munkres on Friday.
Fortunately, Sweetwaterâ€™s James Clift was doing just as well for the Mustangs as he got the pitching win in a 3-2 victory over the Tigers.
SNYDER â€” The expected softball showdown Friday between District 4-3Aâ€™s top two teams turned into a one-sided affair instead.
And unfortunately for Sweetwater, it was the host Lady Tigers who dominated as they won, 10-0, to take the outright district lead.
Snyder is now 5-1, while Sweetwater falls to 4-2.
The Lady Mustangs had defeated Snyder 11-8 in the District 4-3A opener March 15 in Sweetwater, helped largely by a 10-run inning.
But in the rematch, they were shut out for the first time all year on just one hit, a fourth-inning single by Kelsi Crosson off Snyderâ€™s Adrianna Hernandez.
ABILENE â€” The Sweet-water High School boys golf team is now in fifth place entering Tuesdayâ€™s final round of the District 4-3A tournament after a 17-shot improvement in its score Friday at Abilene.
Sweetwater went from a 352 to 335 for a 687 total, moving up one place from the first round. But it lost ground to the top two teams, Big Spring (596) and Wylie (614). Only the top two teams and top two individuals not on qualifying teams advance to regionals.
The Sweetwater High School and Sweetwater Middle School girls competed recently at track meets held in Colorado City and Big Spring, respectively.
Individual results follow:
Kendra Crosson â€” 1st in 200 dash (26.8)
Suede Shirley â€” 3rd in 200 dash (27.08)
Abby Garcia â€” 6th in 200 dash; 6th in high jump
Kayla Chowning â€” 4th in high jump
Zanesha Collins â€” 6th in discus
Cierra Knox â€” 4th in shot put
800 relay â€” 2nd (Kelsi Crosson, Kendra Crosson, Garcia, Shirley)
8TH GRADE GIRLS
Kensi Chowning â€” 2nd in discus, 2nd in shot put, 4th in high jump
Highland hosted a junior high track meet Thursday with Roscoe and Blackwell teams also competing.
Roscoe and Highland will be in Roscoe for their district meet on Thursday, and Blackwell hosts its district meet also set for Thursday.
Highland, Blackwell and Roscoe athletes who placed at Highlandâ€™s meet follow:
1. Team totals â€” 5. Roscoe 43; 6. Highland 38; 9. Blackwell 18.
1600 â€” 1. Braiden Moore, Roscoe, 4:02.20; 3. Clyde Dent, Highland, 4:20.70.
2400 â€” 3. Braiden Moore, Roscoe, 9:12.20.
The summer weather is already creeping into the spring season, as today's high will be 93 with mostly sunny skies. Winds will be from the south-southwest around 20 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph.
Tonight will be partly cloudy with a low around 63 and south-southeast winds at 20 to 25 mph. Gusts could top out at 35 mph.
Visit weather.gov now to find out how long the heat will last.
The joys and challenges of marriage can take a couple through the highs, lows, and everywhere in between, but one local church is unveiling two events in order to help husbands and wives in their relationship.
4th and Elm Church of Christ in Sweetwater is hosting a free movie night on Saturday, April 13. Starting at 6:30 p.m. in the church's Warehouse, the 2008 inspirational film "Fireproof" will be shown.
Shown from left to right are Ken Becker, Executive Director of Sweetwater Enterprise for Economic Development (SEED); Lorie Vincent; Executive Director of The High Ground of Texas and Chairperson of the Texas Economic Development Council and Carlton Schwab, President/CEO of the Texas Economic Development Council. The three were in Austin recently visiting with Senators and House of Representatives and their staffs concerning economic development issues in Texas.
National Financial Literacy Month is recognized in the United States in April in an effort to highlight the importance of financial literacy and teach Americans how to establish and maintain healthy financial habits. Texas National Bank recognizes the importance of financial literacy in the community and seeks to actively create a more secure financial future for the citizens of Nolan County.