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- Turner cuts ribbon to formally open new hospital wing
- DHS Powerlifters host Tri-Meet
- Demonettes climb to 2-3 in district play with solid team effort over Lady Bulldogs
- Dumas edges Borger 53-46 in district matchup
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AMARILLO – Amarillo College has officially commenced laying the groundwork for establishing an intercollegiate athletics program by placing the entire initiative under the direction of Mark White, executive vice president and general counsel.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – The amazing start to the 2021 portion of the women’s basketball season by Oklahoma Panhandle State University senior Cassia McCaskill has not gone without notice, as the forward has been named as this Sooner Athletic Conference “Player of the Week” award winner. McCask…
The Borger Bulldogs came to town on Tuesday, Jan. 19, for 4-4A action. The Demons headed into the game 0-2 after falling to Canyon in the district opener and dropping a close one with Perryton on Jan. 15. The Demons looked to bounce back and get in the "Win Column" for the first time this di…
Tuesday night's action on the court at Dumas High School proved to be a strong effort by the hometown Demonettes as they hosted the Lady Bulldogs of Borger in district action. With the win over Borger on Jan. 19, the Demonettes improved to to 2-3 in District 4-4A and an overall record of 7-1…
PLAINVIEW, Texas – Oklahoma Panhandle State University women’s basketball could not solve the NAIA’s No. 3-ranked team – Wayland Baptist University – in a Sooner Athletic Conference match-up on the road, 78-34, at the Hutcherson Center. The Aggies fell to 1-4, 1-4 SAC, while the nationally-r…
PLAINVIEW, Texas – Down by 22 points at halftime, the Oklahoma Panhandle State University men’s basketball team made a furious second-half rally, only to come up just shy in an 80-75 Sooner Athletic Conference game at the Hutcherson Center. The loss dropped the Aggies to 2-3 overall and 1-3 …
Dumas hosted a Powerlifting Tri-Meet at The Factory on Saturday, Jan. 16. Perryton and Muleshoe participated at the meet. According to head coach Josh Hernandez the meet was an opportunity to lift and for regional ranking placement.
The Sunray Bobcats and Ladycats hosted the Gruver Greyhounds on Friday night, Jan. 15. Both JV and varsity squads battled on the court with Sunray on the losing end.
Demons begin district play 0-2
GOODWELL, Okla. – The Oklahoma Panhandle State University women’s basketball saw a potential win slip through its fingers in the fourth quarter of an 87-81 loss to Southwestern Christian University at Anchor D Arena. In a game that was tight from start to finish, the Aggies (1-3, 1-3 SAC) an…
GOODWELL, Okla. – Oklahoma Panhandle State University men’s basketball notched its first Sooner Athletic Conference victory of the young season by taking down Southwestern Christian University, 89-72, at Anchor D Arena. The Aggies evened their overall record at 2-2 and 1-2 in the SAC, while …
In the midst of this basketball district season, the Dumas Demonettes find themselves at 1-2 with a 6-14 overall record after the loss to the Canyon Lady Eagles on Tuesday. Dumas is scheduled to take on Perryton on Friday.
FT. WORTH, Texas – The Oklahoma Panhandle State University men’s basketball team fought host Texas Wesleyan University hard in the opening half, before finally succumbing by a final scored of 95-69 in a Sooner Athletic Conference road contest. The Aggies fell to 1-2, 0-2 in the SAC, while th…
Dallan Dill has been recognized by Press Pass Sports for an All-Press Pass Sports Superlative award as Defensive Player of the Year.
According to information released by Press Pass Sports, several Demons have been named to the 2020 All-Press Pass team. The list includes four seniors and a junior.
GOODWELL, Okla. – Oklahoma Panhandle State University basketball players Cassia McCaskill (women) and Justin Pile (men) have been named as the “Aggies of the Week” for the period ending January 10.
GOODWELL, Okla. – Oklahoma Panhandle State University Head Baseball Coach Shawn Joy has announced that his team will host a February 20-21 weekend series versus the University of the Southwest in Amarillo, Texas at Hodgetown Stadium. The Aggies will play noon doubleheaders each day versus th…
The Dumas Junior High School Demons hosted the Gruver Greyhounds on Saturday, Jan. 9. The eighth and seventh grade A teams took the court and both teams came away with a win.
The Sunray Middle School basketball teams traveled to Stratford on Thursday, Jan. 7, for a matchup with Stratford.
WAXAHACHIE, Texas – Oklahoma Panhandle State University men’s basketball did not have an answer for a deft shooting game by NAIA No. 22-ranked Southwestern Assemblies of God University. The contest between the Aggies (1-1, 0-1 SAC) and Lions (1-0, 1-0 SAC) was the Sooner Athletic Conference …
WAXAHACHIE, Texas – A furious second half comeback by the Oklahoma Panhandle State University women’s basketball team came up a little short in a 79-74 road loss at Southwestern Assemblies of God University. The Aggies (0-1, 0-1 SAC) trailed by 25 at halftime to the Lions (1-0, 1-0 SAC), in …
The Dumas Demonettes hosted the Hereford Lady Whitefaces on Friday, Jan. 8. This was the second district contest for the Demonettes and the first meeting between these two teams. The Demonettes were coming off the first win of the district season over Pampa on Tuesday.
The Dumas High School Powerlifting season is underway with the first meet wrapped up. The lifters went to Panhandle to compete in the Panhandle Invitational to start things off. Both boys and girls teams did well, with several placing in the top three, and both teams finished second.
February 8 – First day for minimum weight certification
ALVA, Okla. – A second half comeback by the Oklahoma Panhandle State University women’s basketball team could not be sustained, as it dropped a tough 70-60 non-conference road decision at Northwestern Oklahoma State University at the Percefull Fieldhouse. The Aggies (0-1) and Rangers (1-0) p…
ALVA, Okla. – Oklahoma Panhandle State University men’s basketball restarted its 2020-21 season on Friday, suffering a 100-62 non-conference road loss at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. The match-up versus the NCAA II Rangers was the first for the Aggies since it defeated Barclay Col…
Coming off a close victory over Spearman to close out 2020 and defeating the Sunray Bobcats last Saturday, the Demons continued the win streak and soared over the Sanford-Fritch Eagles on Tuesday night, Jan. 5, at Dumas High School.
The Dumas Demonettes opened district play with Pampa on Tuesday, Jan. 5, at Dumas High School, where they had a big win over the Lady Harvesters to start district 1-0. Dumas is now 5-12 on the year as they move into district.
The Dumas Demonettes came out Tuesday night, Jan. 5, at Demon Stadium and gave a strong performance against another tough Tascosa Lady Rebels team. Head coach Raphael McHenry said he was "proud of how the girls came out and started the game."
It is a new year, and to start things off the Demons get a win over the Sunray Bobcats on Saturday, Jan. 2. The game was played at Dumas High School, where the Bobcats were looking to come out to score. The contest appeared pretty evenly match through most of the first half, but the Demon of…
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The Powerlifting program at Dumas High School had a new coach with a goal of achieving a team regional title. The boys and girls teams each placed third last year, with seven – four girls and three boys – qualifying for state.
The winter sports season looks a little different at Dumas High School. At a time when there are usually grapplers on the mat, preparing for advancement to state competition, the DHS wrestling program continues to work for a time when they can compete. The University Scholastic League has mo…
This year, another new coach came aboard to the Powerlifting program at Sunray, although she is no stranger to Sunray ISD. Olivia Garrard has taken over the mantle as the new head coach. And she brings experience as a former lifter herself from high school.
A year ago, the Dumas High School boys varsity soccer team was set to make another playoff run before the shutdown. The pandemic changed many things and cut several sports' seasons short. This year, head coach Sammy Solis is optimistic for another high seeding within district and another run.
Like other winter sports last year (and all the spring sports), soccer was canceled just as the girls were about to make a run into the playoffs. The girls soccer season was preparing to begin bi-district.
The Dumas Demon varsity basketball team is currently sitting at 8-3 to start the season as of Dec. 28. Head coach Randy Ray believes in this team and is continuing to build upon the previous successes as he builds for the future.
The Dumas Demonettes began the 2020-2021 basketball season in early November. A few games were canceled due to various circumstances and others were replaced. The girls have had a somewhat rough start to the season, but are still hopeful for a strong district season, which begins on Tuesday,…
The boys basketball program in Sunray had a slow start with only a handful of practices and even fewer games in November before shutting down for two weeks prior to Thanksgiving. Upon returning at the beginning of December, they managed to get in a few more games and practices in preparation…
This is Seth Slover's second year as head coach for girls basketball in Sunray. He has seen some growth in himself and his players. In the limited practices they have had and the overall limited number of games they have had this season, he is still keeping the same kind of practices as they…
The Dumas Junior High School wrestling teams traveled to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma to wrestle at the Outlaw Holiday Duals. The girls and boys both placed fourth in the competition.
Several Dumas High School soccer alumnae returned to play a scrimmage against the current DHS soccer squad on Monday, Dec. 28, at Demon Stadium.
Panhandle came to Dumas High School for a contest with the Dumas Demonettes on Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 22. Panhandle took a small lead early in the game and extended it by putting up 30 more points in the first half to lead 34-4 the Demonettes at the half.
The Demons opened the soccer season with a scrimmage on Friday, Dec. 18. Dumas hosted Permian. Dumas fell 0-3.
The Sunray Middle School Bobcats faced the Tulia Hornets on Saturday, Dec. 19. Both teams, seventh and eighth grade, came out victorious. The eighth grade Bobcats won 45-26, while the seventh grade boys team squeezed a victory by defeating the Hornets 35-34.