ABILENE â€” Two enor-mous second-half plays â€” one on offense and one on defense â€” by ex-Sweetwater High star Isaiah McGee led the North all-star football team to a 21-3 win over the South on Saturday night at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Myrle Greathouse All-Star Classic.
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The Sweetwater High School gym hosted a pair of Mustang Basketball Camps this past week, one for students entering grades 1-5 and another for those entering grades 6-9.
Students in grades 6-9 were Jon Davis, Timmy Thompson, Ryan Romero, Antonio Padilla, Jasen Nelson, Antonio Heredia, Jason Martinez, Jackson Foster, Keiarriyen Griffin, Brendan Delgado, Ethan Cortez, Thomas Hernandez, Mathew Hernandez, Rylen Moncada, Alex Martinez and Carson Brownlow.
Four recently-graduated Sweetwater baseball players have been selected for a Class 4A/TAPPS all-star game at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Frenship High School in Wolfforth â€” the first of three games held Saturday by the Greater West Texas Baseball Coaches Associa-tion. A Class 5A-6A game will begin at 4:30 p.m., fol-lowed by a 2A-3A game at 7:30 p.m.
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For the second consecu-tive year, Sweetwater has qualified for the 7-on-7 Division II football state tournament next month in College Station. Sweetwa-ter qualified by winning a qualifying event in Brock this past Saturday.
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Pete Figueroa made his first hole in one ever this past Thursday while playing at Sweetwater Country Club.
Figueroa was using a 7-iron when he aced the No. 2 hole that measured 158 yards. Witnessing the feat were (only first names given) Jack, Tere, Lyndi, Penny, Mike, Grant and Dwalt.
Three Nolan County high school coaches and 14 recently-graduated senior athletes and cheerleaders will be participating this week in the Big Country Chevy Dealers Fellowship of Christian Athletes All-Star Festival, a three-day event being held in three West Texas cities starting Thursday.
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A total of 53 students who are entering grades 1-5 participated in a basketball camp held last week at the Roscoe Collegiate gym. The camp was led by coaches Kelly Jo Sexton, Shella Arnwine and Kayla Graves. Another summer hoops camp will be held June 15-17 at Roscoe Collegiate for girls and boys who are entering grades 6-9 next year.
This summer, Sweetwater will hold a Mustang Basketball Camp, a Lady Mustang Vol-leyball Skills Camp, a Lady Mustang Bas-ketball Camp, a Mustang Baseball Camp, a Lady Mustang Soft-ball Camp, a Mustang Football Camp, and a Tennis Camp. Roscoe will hold a Football Camp and Basketball Camp.
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