In Friday night’s football action, the visiting Coyotes of Wichita Falls High gave up 259 total yards in front of the Dumas crowd. The Demons held the Coyotes to just 120 total yards.
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The Dumas Demonettes hosted the Lady Falcons of Bushland on Saturday, Sept. 14. Despite being nearly an hour late, the Lady Falcons came to play and put on tough matches for the Demonettes.
On Tuesday, Sept. 10, the seventh and eighth grade Demons took to the field to battle the Canyon Eagles. The seventh grade teams hosted the Eagles at Demon Stadium, while the eighth grade teams were away.
The Sunray Bobcats took the field Friday night in Sunray to take on Spearman. The Bobcats went scoreless In three quarters to fall 40-8.
For the Sunray Middle School athletes who competed Saturday, Sept. 7, in Perryton, the girls finished second overall out of 192 entries. Zahir Loya once again placed first for the boys.
DJHS Demonette Volleyball
The Dumas Demons freshman squads had road games in Amarillo against the Longhorns of Caprock on Wednesday, Sept. 4. The Black team defeated the Longhorns 40-0, while the Orange team ended the game in a tie at 6.
The Demonettes hosted Plainview Coronado on Monday, Sept. 9, in volleyball action. The eighth grade A team took 2-of-3 from Coronado, while the B team got the win in two sets.
Plainview Coronado visited the Demonettes on Monday, Sept. 9. Both teams fought hard, but the Demonettes handled the adversity and came out on top.
Last weekend, Saturday, Sept. 7, the Highland Park Lady Hornets visited the Dumas Demonettes. The varsity and JV squads took to the court to battle the Lady Hornets. The freshman squad sat out as there was no opposing freshman team.
The men's City Championship Golf tournament was held Aug. 31 through Sept. 2, at the Pheasant Trails Golf Course. There were white tee and blue tee flights. Dan Norby won the white tee flight and Ken Ithivongkham won the blue tee flight – low net division. Craig Riseling edged out reigning c…
Out of 94 entries for varsity girls at the cross-country meet Saturday, Sept. 7, the varsity Ladycats placed fifth overall, with one receiving a medal.
The Sunray High School Bobcats hosted the Gruver Greyhounds Thursday, Sept. 5. Both defenses stood some ground, keeping the offenses out of the end zone for most of the first quarter. The Greyhounds overpower the Bobcat defense to go on and win 26-6.
The Dumas Demons went on the road for the first time this season. After coming off a big win at home, the Demons battled the Longhorns from Caprock High School in Amarillo and the team came up big once again.
The Dumas Junior High School seventh grade volleyball teams went on the road Thursday, Sept. 5, to face off with the Lady Eagles of Canyon. Both A and B teams lost in two sets in the match to go 1-1 on the season.
A road trip for the Bobcats Friday night, Sept. 6, had them up against the Gruver Greyhounds. The offense failed to put up anything, as the defense struggled to keep the Greyhounds out of the end zone.
The eighth grade A and B volleyball teams split a pair of games on the road at Canyon Thursday, Sept. 5. The A team won 2-1 against the Lady Eagles going 25-13, 25-27, 15-6, while the B team lost 18-25 in two sets.
Sunray High School cross-country participated in a meet in Borger on Saturday, Aug. 31. The high school varsity girls placed third as a team and three won individual awards, while the boys took 10th place as a team.
There were a total of 172 girls competing in the cross-country meet on Saturday, Aug. 31. There were three girls who won medals, helping the young Ladycats to a second place team finish. Zahir Loya placed first out of 125 runners.
Coming off last week's loss at Perryton, the JV Demons hosted Caprock Wednesday evening. Like their varsity counterparts, the JV team defense kept in stride with Caprock's offense.
The seventh grade Demons faced off against Plainview Estacado in their first scrimmage of the 2019 season on Tuesday, Sept. 3, at Demon Stadium. According to information provided by coach David Wylie, the Black team prevailed over the bulldogs, while the Orange team were unable to get in the…
In front of the home crowd, the Demonettes took the court for volleyball action Tuesday night, Sept. 3. They squared off against a tough Hereford team. The varsity and JV teams put up a fight, but fell to Hereford, while the freshman squad pulled the upset and defeated the Lady Whitefaces.
The Bobcat defense struggled against the tough Stratford Elks offense Friday night, Aug. 30.
The Friday night lights came back on for high school football at Demon Stadium Friday night, Aug. 30, for the regular season. A large crowd assembled to cheer on the Dumas Demons as they hosted the Perryton Rangers.
The Dumas Junior High School seventh and eighth grade A and B volleyball teams traveled to take on Plainview Estacado for the first games of the new season on Aug. 29. Each team swept the matches in two sets to start off the year with a win.
The fourth annual golf scramble will be held Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Stratford Country Club.
Over the summer, Demon Stadium was in need of some improvements and updates. This fall, the football teams will be playing on new turf, and some may notice a new track around the field. New DISD Athletic Director Stan Stroebel said these were things that just needed to be updated and this wa…
Dumas head football coach Aaron Dunnam said the future is bright for football here in Dumas, Texas last year. He still believes that and is looking forward to the season.
Sunray Bobcat football saw a new coach come into the scheme last year as Matt Strickland was at the helm as the athletic director and head football coach. He is hopeful for this year, but there will be some adjustments.
It's been more than a year since coach Antonio Murga had been diagnosed with cancer. Since beginning his treatments, he has received plenty of support from the community and country.
The Dumas freshman Orange team took control of their first home game Wednesday, Aug. 28. The defense was relentless against the Palo Duro offense, stopping them on key plays, while the offense scored 26 points on the opposing defense.
On Tuesday, Aug. 27, the Demonettes hosted the Canyon Lady Eagles in volleyball action.
At Bobcat Stadium Tuesday night, Aug. 27, the Sunray home crowd were introduced to this year's football and cross-country teams, the high school band and cheerleaders.
Sunray ISD has brought in several new coaches for this school year. Coach Adam Wodach came in from the state of California and coached high school there for six years and will be the new head boys basketball coach at Sunray High School.
The start of high school football season is nearly upon us. In preparation, the Sunray High School football team held its first home scrimmage on Friday, Aug. 23.
An incredible feat occurred over the weekend of Aug. 17-18. Three area residents made a hole-in-one over the weekend, including a father and son team.
Pheasant Trails Golf Course is hosting a City Championship golf tournament this weekend, Aug. 31 through Sept. 2.
The Pheasant Trails Golf Course will be hosting the Moore County Crime Stoppers' third annual golf tournament.
The freshman volleyball squad competed at an Amarillo tournament Friday and Saturday, Aug. 23-24. They went 4-1, and won in the consolation match in the gold bracket. The team sits at 10-2 on the season.
The Moore County Mafia men's softball team placed second in a recent tournament in Dalhart.
The freshman Dumas Demonette volleyball squad is off to a solid start in the young season. After losing a match at the Frenship Dual, they have won against Caprock and dominated the opponents at the home tournament over last weekend, Aug. 16-17. The freshman are currently 6-1 on the season.
Friday evening, Aug. 16, the Demons took the field for a scrimmage against Estacado. This was the team's first "game time" outing since last season. They played on the new turf at Demon Stadium and looked like a team shaking off the dust.
The Dumas Demonette volleyball squads had their first home meet Tuesday, Aug. 13, versus Caprock High School. The varsity team struggled a bit, but kept the sets close and came out victorious. The sub-varsity squads swept their matches against the Longhorns.