For the second year in a row, the Dumas Demonettes made the playoffs for the volleyball state championship. Like last year, they claimed district champions, then a bi-district and area title. The Canyon Lady Eagles defeated the Demonettes last year. The Hereford Lady Whitefaces controlled th…
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The Sunray Middle School and high school football teams finished their seasons on Thursday, Nov. 7.
The freshman Orange and Black teams ended their season Thursday, Nov. 7, at Demon stadium.
At Regional competition in Lubbock, the Sunray High School cross-country teams each placed seventh. There were 24 girls teams total and 18 for boys. There were seven varsity girls and boys competing for Sunray. The seven girls contended with a field total of 176 runners, while the boys were …
The Dumas High School cross-country teams competed at regional competition on Monday, Oct. 28, where the boys competed among 173 runners and the girls ran against 175 runners. The boys team placed sixth, behind San Elizario, Decatur, Andrews, Canyon and Perryton, while the girls finished in …
The Dumas Demonettes are moving along in playoff action. They took district, then bi-district. Dumas then defeated Clint Mountain View in the area playoff round to advance to regional quarterfinals. They will face the Hereford Lady Whitefaces on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 7:30 p.m. at WTAMU.
A number of fans gathered at Demon Stadium Friday night, Nov. 8. The reason – to watch the Dumas Demons in the final game of the regular football season. The Demons went into the game with a 9-0 record. The Demons made history as they defeated the visiting Hereford Whitefaces and defended a …
The Sunray Bobcats went into Friday night's contest with a record of 1-8 on Nov. 8. They faced a tough West Texas team in the Comanches. Sunray's defense could not stop the offense as they picked up 369 total yards on offense and defeated the Bobcats 55-19.
The high school football regular season has come to a close as of Friday, Nov. 8.
On Saturday, Nov. 2, the Dumas Youth Wrestling Club participated in the first wrestling tournament of the season, which was hosted by the Maverick Elite Wrestling Club of Amarillo.
After taking the district title on Saturday, Nov. 2, the Demonettes traveled to Plainview to face Lamesa in the bi-district round of the playoffs. On Monday, Nov. 4, the Demonettes were considered the home team at Plainview High School.
The JV and freshman football teams hosted Pampa on Thursday, Oct. 31, and both teams secured wins. The JV won 36-35, while the freshman Black team shut out Pampa by a score of 47-0.
On Saturday afternoon, Nov. 2, the Dumas Demonettes traveled to Stinnett to face off with the Lady Harvesters of Pampa to determine first place.
After winning their first district game in Canyon, and their eighth in a row, the Dumas Demons had another road game against the Pampa Harvesters on Friday night, Nov. 1.
The high school football regular season is coming to a close. The Sunray Bobcats went on the road for a second straight week and lost a close one to the Highland Park Scots, despite gaining more offensive yards and outscoring the Scots in the second half on Friday, Nov. 1.
It was the final home game of the regular season for the Dumas Demonettes on Tuesday, Oct. 29. The Demonettes hosted the Lady Harvesters from Pampa on senior night. Not only did the varsity team get a win, the JV and freshman squads were also victorious.
The Dumas Demons traveled to Canyon on Friday, Oct. 25, to defend their undefeated season against the Eagles. The Dumas defense came up big and ultimately won the game for Dumas.
In another district matchup, the Sunray Bobcats took on the Panhandle Panthers Friday, Oct. 25. The Bobcats fell 69-12 on the road.
The eighth grade Demons squared off against Coronado on Tuesday, Oct. 22. Both teams won on the road, while the seventh grade teams snagged victories at home.
The Dumas High School Demonettes went to Dalhart on Tuesday, Oct. 22, for a district matchup. The varsity won in three sets, 25-11, 25-15, 25-23. The JV scores are unavailable at this time. The freshman took two sets from Dalhart 25-9, 25-6.
According to Mikey Mendoza, head coach of the Dumas Savages six and under team, the five- and six-year old girls competed in the High Plains Fast Pitch League out of Amarillo this year and represented Dumas very well.
DJHS Westover Tournament
The Dumas Junior High School Demonettes traveled to Westover for the final game of the season after the seventh and eighth grade A teams competed in a tournament at Westover. The B teams competed at a tournament in Canyon. Those tournament scores will be presented separately.
The Dumas High School Demons hosted a golf invitational on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 18-19, at the Pheasant Trails Golf Course. Teams from Randall, Canyon, Hereford, Plainview, Tascosa, Borger, Caprock, Palo Duro and Amarillo came in to compete.
The regular season for the Demonettes is winding down. On Saturday, Oct. 19, the Lady Bulldogs from Borger came to face off with the Demonettes. All three squads grabbed a sweep of Borger to improve on the season.
The Dumas Junior High School Demonettes traveled to take on Plainview Coronado on Thursday, Oct. 17. They came away with a sweep on the road.
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The Demonette Softball Booster Club presented a fundraiser for the softball program at Dumas High School. A Home Run Derby was held on Sunday, Oct. 20, at the DHS Softball Field. Categories were held for second through fifth grades, sixth through eighth grades, high school and adults.
After the bye last week for Dumas, their state ranking has not changed from the previous week. Head coach Aaron Dunnam has previously said there has been a lot of work put into this season and is happy to be where they are at this point.
The winless Bobcats were looking for something going into Friday night's contest with the Rough Riders of Boys Ranch on Oct. 18 at Bobcat Stadium. They found it in their offense and defense as they fought through adversity to stay in the game and pulled a victory 46-42.
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The Dumas High School cross-country teams were out in district competition Thursday afternoon, Oct. 17.
On Tuesday, Oct. 15, the seventh grade Dumas High School Demons had a good evening in Canyon, coming away with two wins, while the eight grade Orange team fell 14-6 and the Black team got the win by a score of 20-14.
The Dumas Demonettes were on the road Tuesday at Perryton to face the Rangerettes. In their first meeting at the beginning of district play, the Demonettes swept Perryton for the win, as did the JV and freshman squads. This second meeting saw the varsity team take the sweep, the JV win in th…
The Dumas tennis squads are bi-district champs after their competition on Monday.
According to Dave Campbell's Texas Football website, as of Oct. 14, the state rankings for 4A Division I high school football were released. The rankings are updated weekly and announced Monday afternoon.
The Dumas Demons traveled to take on the Steers of Big Spring on Friday night, Oct. 11. A slow start in the first quarter led to the Demons exploding on offense and defense for the remainder of the game.
After a bye, the Sunray Bobcats went on the road Friday, Oct. 11, to take on the Sanford-Fritch Eagles. It was the first game in district play for the Bobcats. They put up some points, but fell short of a victory 18-10.
The Dumas Demonettes traveled to Pampa for district volleyball action with the Lady Harvesters. The freshman and JV won, while the varsity squad fought hard but fell in five sets 2-3, going 21-25, 25-17, 23-25, 25-19, 11-15
The Dumas Junior High School Demons played Plainview Estacado on Tuesday, Oct. 8. The eighth grade played on home turf, while the seventh grade Demons were on the road at Estacado.
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