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Demon all-district football announced
The District 3-5A all-district team was announced recently. One Demon, Rudy Giron, earned first team honors as a defensive lineman. Several other Demons earned second team offense and defense honors. Read and see more in the Dec. 14 print edition on Page 2B.

A ten-pointloss to Bushland on Tuesday did nothing to diminish a promising start to the 2014-15 season for the Dumas High School boys basketball team. The Demons, winners of just five games a season ago, opened up its home schedule following road victories at Dalhart and Perryton with an encouraging comeback against Bushland, bouncing back from an early 15-3 deficit to pull within six points of the Falcons throughout the second half before falling by a 48-38 score. Read and see more in the Nov. 30 print edition.

Bobcats fall to Crosbyton
After jumping out to a 14-7 lead in the first quarter, the Sunray Bobcats suffered post-season defeat to Crosbyton, 62-24, Friday night at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon. Find the full story in the Nov. 27 print edition.

Demonettes playoff run comes to an end
ABILENE The 2014 volleyball season came to an end for the Dumas Demonettes here Friday night. Dumas fell to the Granbury Lady Pirates, 3-0, in the semifinal round of the Class 5A Regional Tournament.

"I felt like our season ended before I wanted it to," said Demonettes coach Julie Williams. "I am proud of the girls for how hard they fought but I wish we would have played a little better against Granbury."

Williams said if Dumas had played to its full potential "we would have beat them. Granbury had a really good setter and one good middle but other than that they didn't have much else. I think our team as a whole had many more threats than theirs did. Again, we just didn't play up to our potential and that is what is disappointing to me."
Read more in the Nov. 20 print edition.

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