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JANUARY-FEBRUARY
Basketball dominated the local sports scene for the first two months of 2012, but there were a few headlines from other sports. It was hardly a banner year in basketball for Nolan County, as only one team — Highland’s girls — advanced to the playoffs. And even though the Lady Hornets (22-9) made it for the 11th consecutive year, they failed to make it past the first round as they were eliminated by Sterling City, 44-36, in bi-district. Sweetwater’s Lady Mustangs and Mustangs both managed just one district win and were below .500 for the season as well. The boys were 10-21 and the girls wound up 15-18 overall. The only other area team above .500 was the Roscoe girls, who were 16-14 and missed the playoffs by one game. The Roscoe boys were 1-23 while Highland’s boys were 6-21, the Blackwell boys 6-19 and the Blackwell girls 4-19 overall. In football, several area players were given all-Big Country recognition from the Abilene Reporter-News. Mateo Gonzales of Sweetwater made the Super Team and he along with Sweetwater’s Dylon Adames, Malcolm Jackson, Nick Nemir, Sam Nemir and Taylor Jones earned recognition on the Class 3A-5A team. Roscoe’s Luke Rovig, Devon Freeman, Eric Padilla and Corey Hatcher earned Class 1A honors and Highland’s Tyler Falcon was a selection to the Six-Man team. Golfer John Paul Cain of Sweetwater was one of several announced nominees into the Big Country Athletic Hall of Fame in Abilene. Also, Alicia Finn of Sweetwater was named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association’s academic all-state team in volleyball in Class 3A.
ABOVE LEFT: Kendra Crosson of Sweetwater is guarded by two Big Spring defenders during a district game in January. ABOVE RIGHT; Anthony Palacios of Sweetwater puts up a shot under the basket during his team’s non-district game with Roby. BELOW RIGHT: Highland made the playoffs in girls basketball for the 11th year in a row and was the only team from Nolan County to reach the playoffs in 2012.
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FEBRUARY
While the so-called “spring sports” — baseball, golf, softball, tennis and track — all began in February, the biggest story of the month involved the announcement on Feb. 2 by the University Interscholastic League of its biennial realignment which determined which districts the schools in the Nolan County area would be placed for at least the next two years. Sweetwater’s district for all of its sports teams changed from 5-3A to 4-3A and increased from five to six schools. Monahans and Midland Greenwood were added to the mix and Brownwood dropped, with Big Spring, Snyder and Wylie remaining in Sweetwater’s new district. Monahans became a member of the same district as Sweetwater for the first time since they were in Class 4A together back in the 1980’s and ‘90s, while Greenwood was paired up with Sweetwater for the first time. ABOVE: Sweetwater’s Sam Nemir (shown seated at table) committed to play collegAe football at HardinSimmons University. His family and others attended a signing ceremony held at the high school library. LEFT: Kinsey Browning swings at a pitch for Sweetwater during a game with Clyde at Sweetwater’s softball tournament. RIGHT: The Sweetwater girls golf team poses with its hardware after placing third at the Sweetwater Classic tournament that was held at the Sweetwater Country Club. Roscoe, while still in District 7-A, Division II in football, saw only Roby and Hamlin join from the old district while expanding to eight schools. Albany, Baird, Cross Plains, Gorman and Ranger signed on as well. Crosbyton and Ralls were both moved into another Class 1A district and Rotan dropped to SixMan for the first time as the Yellowhammers were placed in Highland’s District 7, Division I along with Hermleigh and Ira. Blackwell, meanwhile, kept its district number (8, Division II) to join Panther Creek, Lohn and Robert Lee. Novice and Paint Rock dropped out. Also announced by the UIL were the new basketball districts for three area schools. Roscoe and Highland were placed in the same district (13-A, Division II) for the first time since the ‘80s as Roscoe fell from Division I. Blackwell stayed with the same teams in 14-A, Div. II.
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Even though most of the area’s high school basketball teams didn’t have a great season in 2011-12, a number of individuals received postseason honors. Highland’s Sierra Allen was her district’s MVP and made the 1A, Division I all-state first team. She and teammate Kara Hughey were also on the all-region first team. Highland’s Ron Covington made the boys all-district basketball team. Sweetwater sophomore Kaleb Hoover was named District 5-3A newcomer of the year after a season where he averaged a team-high 15 points a game. Sweetwater’s Alicia Finn made the girls all-district first team. Kendra Crosson (girls) and Taylor Jones (boys) were second team all-district selections. Hoover wasn’t the only district newcomer of the year as Roscoe’s Jesus Leanos shared that honor in District 9-1A, Division I with Kelby Bell of Haskell. Roscoe had three girls players honored. Lynnsi Moses was first team all-district while both Jacinda Morales and Faith Boren made the second team. In April, many of the same players received all-Big Country recognition from the Abilene Reporter-News. Hoover and Leanos were the boys newcomers of the year on the Class 3A-5A and Class 1A, Division I teams, respectively. Hoover also made the Class 3A-5A boys second team. Finn made the Class 3A-5A girls second team; Moses made the girls second team in Class 1A, Division I; Allen made the girls second team in Class 1A, Division II; and Hughey received honorable mention to the Class 1A, Division II girls team.
ABOVE: The boys regional powerlifting qualifiers for Sweetwater were, seated from left, Kendall Rea, Johnathan Browning, Angel Caballero, Kyle Lambert, Mateo Gonzales, Sam Nemir, Anthony Palacios, Jay Lomas, Donald Baker, Austin Marlett; and standing, Alex Garcia, Bray Amos, Ryan Linebaugh and Chase Saunders. Nemir and Linebaugh won their weight classes at regionals while Gonzales was second in his class, qualifying all three of them for the state meet which was held in Abilene. LEFT: Sweetwater girls regional powerlifting qualifiers were, top row from left, Joslyn Rosas, Cari Aguilar, Allie Zavaleta, Loni Mendez, Lexie Perez; bottom row, Bri Painter, Valeria Zavaleta, Kimmie Lomas, Dana Hohn, Alexis Thompson. Also pictured is powerlifting coach Liz Miller. Rosas, Aguilar, Mendez and Perez also qualified for the state meet that was held in Monahans. Rosas and Mendez won their weight classes at regionals.
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Slaughter leaves for Llano
After serving as Sweetwater’s head football coach and athletic director for three years, Craig Slaughter resigned in late March for a similar position in Llano. Slaughter posted just a 9-21 record and never had a winning season or playoff appearance at Sweetwater after replacing Kent Jackson, who in his eight years had never missed the playoffs and was the second-winningest coach in school history. Sweetwater managed just one win in Slaughter’s first year, but the Mustangs did improve to 4-6 his last two seasons and entered the final game of the 2011 season with a shot at the playoffs only to lose to Brownwood. What happened at Sweetwater was the exact opposite of what Slaughter had done in his two previous stops at Hearne and Clyde, where he had a 47-31 record at schools which had no winning tradition and had struggled for many years before he took over the program. It was a different story at Sweetwater, which missed the playoffs just three times in 25 years from 1984 through 2008 and has over 600 wins in all. “If you go 9-21, a lot of people might think it would be terrible (coaching) in Sweetwater,” said Slaughter. “But the support here has been incredible. It’s been a wonderful three years and I’ll miss my time here.” During his tenure, Sweetwater was handicapped by being either the smallest or second-smallest school in a Class 3A football district that had two state finalists (Graham and Wylie) his first year and the No. 1-ranked team (Brownwood) in his second. Slaughter stayed just long enough to see the UIL move Brownwood out of the district in February and replace it with both Monahans and Midland Greenwood, two other perennially-successful football schools. “When I hired Craig three years ago I was excited about what he could do and I never lost that enthusiasm,” Sweetwater superintendent Terry Pittman said of Slaughter. “I think he’s done a great job. He’s been in a tough district, but the kids did a good job every time they went out there. It’s been a frustrating thing for him because he’s always won. There was absolutely no pressure for him to do this. It was strictly his choice.” Llano, like Sweetwater a 3A school, finished just 1-9 in 2011 but made the playoffs five of the six years before that. It’s now in the same region (1) as Sweetwater following the UIL realignment to District 8-3A, which also includes Brownwood, after previously being in 25-3A which was located in Region 4. Slaughter was the second head football coach from Sweetwater’s district to resign in March as Chad Rogers of Snyder, which was district champion in 2011, also left to become the new head coach at Class 4A Denison.
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Mobley returns here to be head football coach & AD
Shane Mobley, who served as a top assistant at Sweetwater to Kent Jackson from 2004-07 — when the Mustangs averaged 10 wins a season and made a trip to the state semifinals — was hired in April as the new head football coach and athletic director. It marks the first head job in 15 years of coaching for the 36-year-old Mobley, who also was an assistant on state championship teams at Class 2A Sonora in 2000 and at Class 3A Prosper in 2008, right after leaving Jackson’s staff at Sweetwater. In addition, Mobley was an assistant at Winters, Andrews and most recently at Class 5A Seguin under Wayne Walker. At Sweetwater, he served as linebackers coach in both 2004 and 2005 before being promoted to defensive coordinator for Jackson in his last two years. Mobley, a West Texas native whose wife Tecka grew up in Sweetwater, beat out over 100 other applicants. He was hired to replace Craig Slaughter, who resigned as Sweetwater’s coach three weeks earlier to become Llano’s head coach and AD. “I’ve been blessed. It’s a great honor,” Mobley said of his return to Sweetwater. “I think there’s a certain pride in being a Mustang, and I want our kids to have that and I want them to carry that. My main thing is, when I walk in, I want to make sure the kids are still hungry. Our kids used to play with swagger, and I want to be sure these kids play with confidence. I don’t want them to be cocky, but I want them to have swagger.” Mobley wasted little time hiring Zac Harrell and John Ward as his offensive and defensive coordinators, respectively, but didn’t complete the job of filling out his new staff until well into the summer. “I know that there is going to be a sea of red on Friday nights,” he said. “I know that with the fans here, there’s nothing like Sweetwater, Texas on Friday nights during football season. I’ve been in several great places, but there’s nothing like that Mustang Bowl.” “It’s a deal where, you know, I’m honored to have this opportunity.”
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Baseball came up short but softball broke through as far as the playoffs were concerned for Sweetwater in 2012. The softball team reached the playoffs for the third time in the program’s 17-year history, and first time since 1997, before losing to Iowa Park in bi-district. Claire Williams was the district co-newcomer of the year. Kelsi Crosson, Maty Montgomery and Suede Shirley were first team all-district selections and Kinsey Browning, Alicia Finn and Kendra Crosson were all named to the second team. The baseball team came within one inning of forcing a tie with Big Spring for the No. 3 playoff spot in District 5-3A, as the Steers rallied with a three-run seventh to claim the final berth. Sean Morrow, Greg Aiken, Willie Norman and James Clift were first team all-district and Ryan Linebaugh, Kaleb Hoover and Brandon Howell were second team all-district picks.
ABOVE, BELOW LEFT: Brandon Howell and Stephen May showed off their pitching abilities with completegame shutout wins when Sweetwater hosted its annual Wood Bat Classic. ABOVE RIGHT: Cole Max-well heads to first base after swinging at a firstinning pitch against Big Spring. BELOW RIGHT: Willie Norman slides into home safely to score Sweetwater’s first run against Snyder.
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ABOVE LEFT: Kinsey Browning and a Brownwood player watch the action from third base. ABOVE RIGHT; Keyli Turner (3) is greeted by her teammates after slamming a two-run homer against Big Spring in Sweetwater’s district opener. BELOW LEFT: First baseman Alicia Finn tries to keep a runner from advancing in Sweetwater’s bidistrict softball playoff game with Iowa Park. BELOW RIGHT: Angela Garza (wearing helmet) gets a hug from Maty Montgomery (14) and others after getting the game-winning hit against Wylie.
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ABOVE LEFT: Alex Castillo (left) and Ryan Mercer of Sweetwater were all-district boys golf medalists. ABOVE CENTER: Elise Lawrence, left, and Alex Gomez of Sweetwater were all-district girls medalists. ABOVE RIGHT; Alex Castillo is shown hitting a tee shot during a leg of the district tournament that was held at Sweetwater Country Club. Castillo placed fourth among all district medalists and advanced to the regional tournament. BELOW RIGHT: Sweetwater’s girls golf team placed second at the district tournament and advanced to the regional tournament, placing fourth. From left are coach Carola Martin, Haylee Stewart, Rachel Hunt, Elise Lawrence, Amy Witt, Molly Fincher and Alex Gomez.
ABOVE: Mason Andrews of Sweetwater shows off his hardware after capturing medalist honors at a predistrict tournament played in Seminole.
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2012 NOLAN COUNTY REGIONAL QUALIFIERS Sweetwater boys golf Alex Castillo — medalist Sweetwater girls golf Girls team (Alex Gomez, Rachel Hunt, Elise Lawrence, Haylee Stewart, Amy Witt, Molly Fincher) Sweetwater tennis Heidi Taylor — girls singles Chris Hernandez and Madison Meneses — mixed doubles Sweetwater boys track Kaleb Hoover — 800 relay Ryan Linebaugh — 800 relay Nick Nemir — 100 dash, 300 hurdles, 800 relay Sam Nemir — 800 relay Sweetwater girls track Destiny Osteen — shot put Claire Williams — shot put Roscoe boys track Devon Freeman — pole vault Eduardo Gallegos — 400 dash Jesus Leanos — 1600, 3200 Roscoe girls track Jacindo Morales — 400, 800 Highland boys track Sheldon Hall — 800 run Peyton Howard — pole vault Highland girls track Sierra Allen — 800 relay, 1600 relay Taylar Hammond — 1600 run, 3200 run Morgan Monroe — 800 relay Madison Moseley — 1600 run, 800 relay, 1600 relay Beth Richburg — 100 hurdles, 1600 relay Lora Stewart — 400 dash, 1600 relay Tarin Weldy — 800 relay Blackwell boys track Jayden Jones — 100 dash, long jump, pole vault Mason Magness — pole vault Mark Monroe — 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles Blackwell girls track Stephanie Metcalf — long jump
ABOVE LEFT: Sweetwater’s Heidi Taylor won second place in girls singles at the District 4-3A tennis meet to qualify for regional competition. ABOVE RIGHT; Chris Hernandez and Madison Meneses qualified for regionals by placing second at the district meet in mixed doubles for Sweetwater. BELOW LEFT: Jenny Medellin and Addisyn Cleckler finished as regional tennis alternates after placing third at district in girls doubles for Sweetwater.
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ABOVE RIGHT: Roscoe’s four qualifiers for the Region II-A track meet in Abilene were, from left, Eduard Gallegos, Jesus Leanos, Jacinda Morales and Devon Freeman. BELOW LEFT; Nick Nemir of Sweetwater shows off his form while clearing a hurdle. BELOW RIGHT: Sweetwater’s qualifiers for the Region 1-3A track meet at Texas Tech University were, kneeling, Kyle Lambert; and standing from left, Claire Williams, Kaleb Hoover, Nick Nemir, Sam Nemir, Ryan Linebaugh and Destiny Osteen.
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TOP: Blackwell’s regional track qualifiers were, pictured from left, Jayden Jones, Mark Monroe, Mason Magness and Stephanie Metcalf. BOTTOM: Highland’s regional track qualifiers were, standing from left, Taylar Hammond, Schyler Kimbrell, Beth Richburg, Lora Stewart, Sabrina Romero, Peyton Howard, Sheldon Hall; kneeling, Madison Moseley, Morgan Monroe, Tarin Weldy, Sierra Allen.
JUNE
Six just-graduated senior students from Nolan County participated in Fellowship of Christian Athletes games June 2 in Abilene. Taylor Jones and Sam Nemir of Sweetwater and Corey Hatcher of Roscoe played for the North team at the FCA Myrle Greathouse All-Star Classic football game at Shotwell Stadium. Jones was chosen as a quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back, while Nemir was chosen at running back and linebacker and Hatcher was chosen as an offensive lineman and defensive tackle. Jacinda Morales of Roscoe was a guard for the North team at the FCA girls basketball game held at ACU’s Moody Coliseum. And two other Roscoe graduates, Katie McIntire and Lynnsi Moses, served as cheerleaders for the North teams at both of the FCA all-star games. A pair of ex-Sweetwater coaches, Will Corley and Jerry McSherry, were on the coaching staff for the South at the FCA girls basketball game. Corley is now at Eula and McSherry at Brady. The North football team was led by Hawley’s Brad Schoonmaker and the North basketball team was led by Trent Lankford of Graham. The participants were announced in February and honored at a “Sharing the Victory Banquet” in April.
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MAY-JULY
ABOVE LEFT: Joseph Banyard, a former standout running back at Sweetwater and the University of Texas-El Paso who now plays in the NFL, visited his former high school and displayed his old No. 3 high school jersey before reporting to the New Orleans Saints training camp. Banyard was cut by the Saints but later signed with the Minnesota Vikings. ABOVE RIGHT: John Paul Cain (left) of Sweetwater, already a member of the Texas Golf Hall of Fame, made the short trip to Abilene for his induction to the Big Country Athletic Hall of Fame. He is shown here at the banquet accepting his honor from the BCAHOF chairman, Al Pickett. A standout at Texas Tech University, Cain later joined the Senior PGA Tour where he was a two-time winner.
Sweetwater’s 11-12 year-old Little League All-Stars show off their three straight district championship banners, dating from 2010 when they all were competing as 9-10 year-olds. From left are players Jordan McGee, Ky Hoover, Noah Martinez, Kiante McCoy, Taylor Turney, Andrew Melendez, Taiden Smith, Mason Maxwell, Chris Thompson, Tristan Longoria, Isak Alvarez and Kobe Clark. Also pictured from left are coach Lewis Martinez, coach Randy Melendez, manager Kenny Maxwell and coach Joe Hall. Not pictured are coaches Neal Hoover and Sammy Alvarez.
Sweetwater Reporter, Sports In Review 2013, January 31, 2013, Page 13
AUGUST-SEPTEMBER
The first week of the 2012 high school football season in Sweetwater kicked off in late August with not one, not two, not three, but four games at Mustang Bowl — thanks to the eighth annual Sammy Baugh Classic, which was held at the Bowl from Aug. 30 through Sept. 1. Sweetwater and Roscoe have been in the event since its inception, and the 2012 event marked a significant milestone by having a matchup of two Class 4A teams — perennial powerhouses Everman and El Paso Del Valle. It was the first time two teams above the Class 3A level had faced each other in the Classic. Roscoe began the three-day event by losing to De Leon 38-6 in its season opener. But Day 2 saw Sweetwater start the Shane Mobley era with a 23-13 victory over Eastland. On the final day of the Classic, Everman beat Del Valle 48-10 while Irion County won 30-20 over Roby. ABOVE LEFT: Marquees Jenkins (22) and Ryan Linebaugh (14) of Sweetwater team up to bring down an Eastland runner at the Sammy Baugh Classic. ABOVE RIGHT: Matthew Davila (2) of Roscoe slows down a De Leon runner in the opening game of the Sammy Baugh Classic. BELOW LEFT, RIGHT: The members of the Sweetwater football coaching staff, including new coaches Zac Harrell, John Ward and Giles Montgomery, got a chance to meet with the public during an event held at the local Dairy Queen.
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BELOW LEFT: Twin sisters Kendra (8) and Kelsi Crosson of Sweetwater are shown competing at the net against Snyder.
ABOVE LEFT: Kathleen Campbell of Sweetwater (9) goes for a kill over a defender from Midland Greenwood. ABOVE CENTER: Willie Norman (20) of Sweetwater catches a touchdown pass in a 42-9 win over Big Spring. ABOVE RIGHT: Sweetwater lineman Kendall Rea (72) clears the way for his teammate Ryan Linebaugh to gain some yardage vs. Breckenridge. Linebaugh had a 46-yard touchdown run on the play.
BELOW RIGHT: Esteban Benivamondez of Roscoe brings down a Cross Plains runner in a District 7-A, Division II game at Roscoe.
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OCTOBER-DECEMBER
The 2012 fall sports season produced a lot of excitement for Sweetwater as the football and volleyball teams each made a push to make the playoffs for the first time in four years. The volleyball team was 24-16 overall, its most wins since last reaching the postseason in 2008, but had to settle for a fourthplace district finish as Wylie, Big Spring and Monahans grabbed the three playoff berths. Sweetwater’s football team not only had a new head coach and largely new group of assistants on the sidelines, but a brand new spread offense that was capable of producing points in bunches. The Mustangs’ up-and-down season reached its high point and low point in the same game — when they faced Monahans in a crucial District 4-3A game played the next-to-last week of the regular season at the Bowl. Both teams came in with identical 2-1 district records, with the winner almost guaranteed a playoff berth. For three quarters, Sweetwater seemed ready to pull off the upset as it led the heavilyfavored Loboes 35-14 entering the final period. But Monahans roared back with 25 unanswered points to claim a 39-35 win. Sweetwater (2-3 district, 4-6 overall) then saw its last hopes end with a lopsided loss to No. 2-ranked Wylie the following week in its season finale. Blackwell was the only football team in Nolan County to make the playoffs. The Hornets, under new head coach Clint Lowry, ended their own fouryear drought by finishing second in District 8, Division II sixman. Blackwell clinched its playoff berth with a last-second win over Panther Creek in the final game of the regular season, then lost to Loraine in bi-district. Highland won five straight games entering district, only to lose its final three and finish 5-5, and Roscoe, coming off an 0-10 season, showed a lot of improvement but still finished just 2-8. RIGHT: Jayden Jones of Blackwell runs for yardage in the Hornets’ sixman bi-district playoff with Loraine. BELOW: Highland had several girls compete in the regional cross country meet. From left are Lora Stewart, Maddie Moseley, Kailee Hall, Beth Richburg, Taylar Hammond, Sabrina Romero and Hannah Allen. Five boys from Highland — Sheldon Hall, Eli Shelton, Kevin Box, Brenden Huckabee and Jeremy Hall — also went to the regional meet as did Mirian Solis of Roscoe.
VOLLEYBALL Sweetwater all-district First team: Suede Shirley, Kendra Crosson Second team: Kelsi Crosson, Kathleen Campbell, Shelby Cason FOOTBALL Sweetwater all-district Co-Newcomer: Kaegan Jeffrey First team: Tadeo CanonMasjoan, Ryan Linebaugh, Kaleb Hoover, Willie Norman, Bray Amos, Isaiah McGee Second team: Nick Nemir, Luis Gaxiola, Jonathan Martinez, Andrew Davis Sweetwater all-state honorable mention Tadeo Canon-Masjoan Ryan Linebaugh Roscoe all-district Co-Defensive Newcomer: Vincent Pantoja First team: Landon Jones, Brant Burnett, Chris Deleon, Shelton Toliver Second team: Eduardo Gallegos, Jesus Leanos, Esteban Benivamondez, Joe Luis Aguayo, Jose Rangel, Kevin Lavalais Blackwell all-district First team: Mark Monroe, Jayden Jones, Cody Shamblin, Ted Chambliss, Mason Magness, Franck Cano Second team: Wade Allen, Ethan Andrews, Kaleb Edwards Blackwell all-region First team: Jayden Jones Second team: Mason Magness, Ted Chambliss Honorable mention: Cody Shamb-lin, Mark Monroe, Franck Cano Highland all-district First team: Ron Covington, Mich-ael Hyde, Shelby Howard Second team: Garrett Stewart, Ethan Wilson, Gaga Soedarsono Highland all-region Second team: Ron Covington Honorable mention: Shelby How-ard, Michael Hyde
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DECEMBER
Sweetwater High School volleyball players (from left) Kendra Crosson, Kelsi Crosson and Kathleen Campbell committed to play for Cisco Junior College next year. All three players received all-district honors for the Lady Mustangs. Also pictured are SHS coach Liz Miller (standing) and CJC coach Susan Moore. The announcement was made at a ceremony that was held in the high school library.
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