In a 2A showdown Friday, Sept. 18, in Stinnett, the Sunray Bobcats battled against a tough West Texas High team in the Comanches. The Bobcats led at the end of one quarter, but then trailed through most of the remainder of the game.
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The Demons faced another tough opponent Friday night, Sept. 18, when the Levelland Lobos visited Demon Stadium. According to head coach Aaron Dunnam, the Lobos were averaging 40 points per game coming into Friday's contest. Fortunately, the Dumas offense, defense and special teams all showed…
On Saturday, Sept. 19, the Demonettes hosted the Amarillo High Lady Sandies in volleyball action. The Sandies swept the Demonettes in a tough matchup.
In a home matchup on Monday, Sept. 14, the Demonettes faced the Lady Eagles of Canyon. The seventh grade A team won, while the B team lost, and for the eighth grade squads, the A team lost and the B team won.
On Tuesday, Sept. 15, the Dumas Junior High School eighth grade football team took on the Canyon Eagles and had a bittersweet day, going 1-1.
The Dumas Demonettes are wrapping up non-district play this week as they hosted the Lady Dons of Palo Duro High School and got a clean sweep at all levels. The Demonettes are in action this weekend (Saturday, Sept. 19) as they take on Amarillo High at Dumas High School. The varsity Demonette…
Although Sunray did not place as a team at the recent cross-country meet on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 11-12, in Amarillo, several individual runners did well among a vast competition. Three individuals also received medals for their efforts during the meet.
In the 5,000-meter run, Division A-1, the Dumas boys placed fourth, behind Amarillo Tascosa, Amarillo and Canyon at the recent meet in Amarillo. One Demon finished in the top 10.
The seventh grade and eighth grade Demonettes traveled to Plainview on Thursday, Sept. 10 to take on Coronado. The young ladies swept Coronado in two, while the seventh A team suffered one set loss, but took the match 2-1.
The Dumas Demonettes hosted the Lady Commanches of West Texas High on Saturday, Sept. 12. The Demonettes got a clean sweep of the visitors by going 25-13, 25-4, 25-13.
The Dumas Demons hosted the Perryton Rangers on Friday night, Sept. 11, for Homecoming. It appeared the Demons started slow, but soon picked up momentum and started firing on all phases of the game on their way to a 30-0 victory over the Rangers.
Coming off their 41-6 performance last week in Hooker, Oklahoma, the Sunray Bobcats looked to continue their winning ways in Dimmitt. And another outstanding showing of leadership, quarterback Tate DeBord continued to impress.
As a part of the coaching staff, Matt Davis came in from Wellington, Texas after Sunray Athletic Director Matt Strickland brought him in last year. So this is the start of Davis' second year at Sunray and is fitting in well with the other coaches. Davis is a support for the other coaches and…
The Demonettes made a trip to Bushland on Tuesday to take on the Lady Falcons. The Demonettes fell in three sets, going 23-25, 17-25, 12-25. They fall to 8-4 on the season.
On Sept. 3, the young Demonettes from DJHS took on Westover. The seventh and eighth grade teams fell to Westover due to some mistakes, which will be cleaned up for the next time around, according to the coaches. They were proud of the way the girls played and know they work hard every day.
The Sunray High School and Middle School cross-country teams competed at the Perryton meet on Saturday, Sept. 5, where the varsity and eighth grade girls took first place and several individual runners grabbed top 10 spots. Sunray received 12 medals for placing 15th and above.
The varsity boys placed second. Individual runners who placed for Dumas were Xavier Soto with a time of 17:49.94 in seventh place; Noah Williams who finished in 13th place with a time of 18:28.12 and Jesus Munoz came in 17th place with a time of 18:56.15. Also for Dumas were David Valdez in …
For the second straight week, the Sunray Bobcats collect more than 40 points in strong outing in this young season. A large part of the success is due to No. 15, Tate DeBord, the young quarterback who was named earlier as one of the players to watch for in class 2A high school football this …
Friday night, Sept. 4, the Dumas Demons had their first road game with the Matadors of Lubbock-Estacado. The Demons got on the board first and never looked back as they scored a total of five touchdowns, four of which were thrown by senior quarterback Spencer Williams. An Ah Lee Yart field g…
The varsity Demons scored second place in the three-mile run at the cross-country meet on Saturday, Aug. 29, in Borger.
On Tuesday, Sept. 1, the seventh grade Demons took on Plainview Estacado and Westover Junior High Schools in a scrimmage at the junior high school. There was no score kept but the Demons were the obvious winners of the scrimmage.
In a home contest Tuesday, Sept. 1, the Dumas Demonettes handed the Loboettes of Levelland a loss across all levels – freshman through varsity. The freshman girls took down Levelland in two to win 2-0, while the JV also finished off the visiting Loboettes in two close sets, winning 2-0. The …
New head coach. New season. It started off with a bang for the varsity squad on the field Friday, Aug. 28, for the Bobcats as they hosted the Sanford-Fritch Eagles. The JV squad got a victory the day before on Thursday and the varsity followed suit.
Welcome to the return of Friday Night Lights in the Texas Panhandle. Texas high school football is back, and the Dumas Demons opened the season at home with the Seminole Indians. The Demons appeared to pick up where they left off last season, and despite that one loss last year, the team loo…
The Dumas Demonettes are coming off a sweep of the Sanford-Fritch Lady Eagles over the weekend. With that, a new poll just released Monday, Aug. 24, has the Demonettes among 37 schools in the Texas Girls Coaches Association state poll.
The Sunray Bobcats varsity and JV football teams hosted the Roughriders of Boys Ranch on Friday, Aug. 21.
According to a press release, the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation announced recipients for its softball and baseball grant program for the 2020 season. Dumas Little League was listed as one of the recipients. Globe Life and FOX Sports Southwest have partnered together for its ninth year to…
As schools return to regular session, both online and in-person, and high school sports resume a somewhat normal routine, Press Pass Sports has released several names, 30 to be exact, of players to watch out for. Additionally, they listed other notable players from around Texas.
Information recently released from Dumas ISD Athletics explains ticket availability for the upcoming season and other ticketing and seating information. Reserved tickets, season tickets and season passes will not be sold this year. Those items are planned to resume next year. All tickets wil…
Tara Easterling has been shooting bow since she was a young girl. She started out in the backyard with her father, Brent. Now, she is older and has been successfully competing in the sport of archery.
The Demons took to the field for another practice on Monday, Aug. 10, before school was back in session on Tuesday. The freshmen also put in some work. The coaches and players are gearing up for another exciting season of Dumas High School football.
The Moore County Marlins swim team held their annual end of the season awards presentation party on Sunday evening, Aug. 9, in McDade Park. Two Marlins were honored who graduated high school this year. They each received a $500 scholarship. The recipients, Addison Cross and Connor Crownover,…
The Dumas Demonettes kicked off the new season with a scrimmage on Saturday, Aug. 8, down the highway against the River Road Lady Wildcats. Their first regular season contest is Tuesday, Aug. 11, at Dalhart. The Demonettes will be at home on Saturday, Aug. 22, as they take on Fritch.
As other high school teams prepare for the fall season here in Dumas, the DHS cross-country teams gear up for competition. Led once again by head coach Hugo Aguinaga, assisted by coach Raphael McHenry, the boys and girls hit the pavement Thursday, Aug. 6.
According to information released by Sunray Athletic Director Matt Strickland, Sunray High School, in conjunction with the Sunray cross-country teams, will host a Bobcat Homecoming Fun Run on Saturday, Oct. 10, after Friday's Homecoming activities.
Sunray High School cross-country runners gathered at Bobcat Stadium to begin training for the upcoming fall season. Head coach Jan Reed is excited to be back and ready to get the season started. However, through UIL regulations the schedule is not entirely finished, but hopes to have it comp…
The varsity and JV Demons took the field on Monday to begin two-a-days ahead of the upcoming season. The Dumas athletic program now begins the task of preparing for the football season. Coach Aaron Dunnam said it went well on Monday.
The Sunray Bobcats were back on the field Monday, Aug. 3, to begin practice for the upcoming football season. The Bobcats come into this season with a new head coach, Wes Boatmun (who was the defensive coordinator last year). A new addition to the coaching staff this coming year is Ruben Gue…
In recent action, the 12u Savages placed second in the Oklahoma vs Texas Border Wars tournament in Elk City.
There is another new coach in Sunray with hopes to help bring more fun, excitement and energy to the basketball program at Sunray High School. Bailey O'Connor will be the JV girls head coach and assisting coach Seth Slover in the varsity program. She will also be helping out with track in th…
The Sunray athletic program continued its strength and conditioning workouts this week, as well as conducted sport specific basketball workouts for middle school through high school age groups at Sunray High School.
Well here we are. It is a very peculiar, exciting, and cautious place to be. With all that has happened in the past few months, sports are returning and many schools are attempting to get back to work in the fall engaging young minds in academia and athletics. However, there are (I suppose) …
With the recent UIL announcement giving smaller schools – 1A-4A – the green light to go ahead with the fall sports season, many schools are now in preparations to finalize schedules, start practices and finish up strength and conditioning with the goal of finally returning to play after a lo…
The Dumas 12u Savages place third in the Texas State Tournament last weekend of July 18-19.
With the recent announcement from the University Interscholastic League, which gave the go ahead for fall sports to return for Texas high schools, Dumas head football coach Aaron Dunnam is understandably excited, along with his players and coaching staff.