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SW baseball campers (grades 1-5)

June 9, 2014

Mustang Baseball (both age levels): Anto-nio Heredia, Blade Wood, Skyler Painter, Braxton Gomez, Christopher Gom-ez, Matthew Hernandez, Thomas Hernandez, Harri-son Foster, Jackson Foster, Rylan Hayes, Reese Hayes, Kylar Holsey, Leonard Holsey, Rylan Moncada, Andrew Gerold, Cade Need-ham, Brendin Atkins, Jadyn Forbes, Ayden Castillo, Tyler Chavez, Stason Hernandez, Kneed Davis, Seth Davis, Michael Rogers, Aaron Palma, Logan Thompson, Zac Flores, Elvis Gonzalez, Corbin Knapp, Donavin Adames, Tayton Thompson, Tucker Frieda, Tristen Lon-goria.

SW baseball campers (grades 6-9)

June 9, 2014

Roscoe basketball campers (grades 6-9)

June 9, 2014

Jacie Alexander, Murissa Horton, Michaela Horton, Megan Kirkland, Jovana Pena, Riley Sheridan, Jaleigh Morales, Kinzie Buchanan, Aaron Thomas, Will Thom-as, Gage Turnbow, Ty Fullwood, Tate Fullwood, Kolby Montgomery, Hunter Anglin, Jayden Gonzales, Sarah Sexton, Madison Mims, Amber Knox.

Eastern tops Rangers 13-0

June 6, 2014

ABILENE — The District 5 Major League title game was tied 0-0 through two innings Thursday. But Abilene Eastern’s Nationals got three third-inning runs, and cruised from there to a 13-0 victory over Sweetwater’s Rangers at Cal Young Park.
Sweetwater’s only hit was Rylan Hayes’ double, a booming drive to centerfield that led off the second inning. He was stranded after moving to third due to three straight strikeouts.
Though it was 0-0 at the time, the Nationals seized control. After three runs in the third, they pulled further ahead with two runs in the fourth to make it 5-0.

Rangers in finals

June 5, 2014

ABILENE — Sweetwater’s Rangers took advantage of two critical mistakes by Abilene Eastern’s Braves to score the go-ahead fifth-inning run Wednesday in the teams’ District 5 Major League (11-12) semifinal.
Then Reese Hayes retired the last six hitters in order to complete a 6-5 win for the Rangers that sent them into the title game at 7 p.m. today. Hayes’ twin brother, Rylan, scored the go-ahead run for the Rangers following a passed ball and a throwing error that went over the third baseman’s head by Eastern’s catcher in the top of the fifth inning.

Future summer camps

June 3, 2014

A Lady Mustang Soft-ball Camp will be held June 9-12 at the Jerry Collins Softball Complex for students who have completed grades K-8. Camp sessions will be from 9 a.m. to noon. The cost is $35. Campers should be pre-registered.
The camp will instruct students in fielding, throwing and hitting drills. Send the camp fee and form to: Tony Heredia, 1515 Josephine St., Sweetwater, Texas 79556. For more information, call Heredia at (210) 478-1922.

Sports camps are under way

June 3, 2014

Several young athletes from Nolan County are honing their skills at summer sports camps being held this week.
Sweetwater and Roscoe are holding basketball camps, and a baseball camp is being held at Sportsman’s Park.

Rangers stay alive; 3 other teams ousted

June 3, 2014

The Major League (11-12) Rangers were the only local team to avoid elimination Monday in District 5 Little League tournament action,
The Rangers were a 10-9 winner over Wylie’s Astros in their game at Wylie. The victory means Sweetwater will advance to face Clyde’s Horned Frogs beginning at 8 p.m. today at Abilene’s Cal Young Park, with the winner playing in the semifinals at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the same location.
If the Rangers win their next two games, they will play for the Major League title at 7 p.m. Thursday, with the title game also at Cal Young Park.

Junior League D’backs

June 2, 2014

Front row kneeling from left, Isak Alvarez, Noah Martinez, Mathew Hernandez, Ethan Cabal-lero, Bryan Mendez, Andrew Melendez, Jose Sanchez; back row standing, coach David Mendez, Tagen Adkins, manager Randy Melendez, Taylor Turney, Christopher Thompson, Carson Brownlow, Francisco Gar-ia, coach Arthur Arzate, coach Luis Martinez. Not pictured: Tristan Long-oria, Isaac Pena.

Four Sweetwater LL teams advance on 1st day

June 2, 2014

Sweetwater batted .500 on Saturday’s opening day of District 5 Little League tournament play, as four of its eight teams in action won their games to advance to today’s second round.
Sweetwater had two win-ning teams in Major League (ages 11-12) and one each in Minor League (ages 9-10) and Junior League (ages 13-14). Eliminated were two teams in Minor League and one each in the Major League and Junior League.

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