Several members of the Moore County Marlins swim team suited up to compete in the Western Kansas Swim Club Combined Meet this past weekend in Garden City, Kan. As a team, the Marlins racked up 355 points earning them a fifth place team finish out of 12 swim clubs taking part in the event.
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The Moore County Marlins swim team posted 332 points for a third place finish in their home meet on Saturday, July 10. The Marlins missed second place by just 11 points, which was claimed by Spearman with 343 points. Guymon Swim Club was the team to beat, bringing home first place with 497 …
The Dumas 12U Savages recently competed for the national championship and came away with the crown. The girls were clicking on both offense and defense, according to Coach Ruben Medrano. The team scored 62 runs and allowed just six runs.
SPEARMAN — Twelve members of the Moore County Marlins swim team made the trip to Spearman last Saturday to take part in the Spearman Intra-squad Meet, and the Marlins returned home earning a fourth place finish out of six teams participating in the meet.
The Standfast Wrestling Club conducted a youth wrestling camp in two sessions on Thursday, June 10. T. J. Funderburg, principal at Cactus Elementary School, helped coordinate the camp since becoming involved with the program because of his daughters, who are showing an interest in wrestling.…
AMARILLO – Sod Squad pitcher and Seminole State Baseball product Hoss Brewer was named Texas Collegiate League Co-Pitcher of the Week along with San Antonio's Kolby Lunsford, the league announced today. The award coincides with the first week of the season from May 28th – June 6th.
The Sunray Athletic Booster Club will be holding a meeting on Monday, June 21, to nominate and vote on officers for the upcoming 2021-2022 school. The meeting will be conducted in the commons area at Sunray High School at 6:30 p.m.
On Saturday, June 5, Dumas hosted its first ever state qualifying tournament. Dumas went 4-0 and advanced to the state 7-on-7 championship. This marks the second time in Dumas High School history the Demons have qualified for the championship game later this month.
The 20th annual mud volleyball tournament will be back in Dumas later this summer. According to information from the Dumas/Moore County Chamber of Commerce, the event is slated to take place on Saturday, July 3.
The White Sox came from behind in thrilling fashion Friday night, June 4, to defeat the Cubs and become champions in the Little League Major Baseball Division.
Coaching staff at Dumas High School will be conducting a softball camp later this month, June 21-24, at the Inferno High School Softball Field.
AUSTIN – Anglers across the State of Texas are gearing up for Free Fishing Day on June 5. The first Saturday in June each year allows Texans to fish on any public waterbody in the state without a fishing license.
Sunray High School will hold a football camp in July and a girls' basketball mini camp in August.
The Red Sox defeated the Cubs in the Coach Pitch Baseball championship game on Thursday, May 27.
Former Sunray Ladycat Faith Castillo is attending Wayland Baptist University, and is also running track. The track team made it to nationals in Gulf Shores, Alabama, where the finals were held on Friday, May 28.
The Dumas Junior High boys athletics finished the year off with a bang, capping its 2020-2021 campaign with the 2021 DJHS 7-on-7 Football Championship on Thursday, May 27. Playing in the championship game was Team Briggs Satterfield and Team Johnny Marquez.
The Dumas Demon 7-on-7 team competed up a division at the Lubbock D1 state qualifying tournament and finished pool play with a 2-1 record. They opened up with 6A Frenship, falling 26-20 in overtime. Then, the team defeated Lubbock High, 48-0, and finished with a win against Abilene Cooper, 3…
DALLAS – The North American Hockey League (NAHL) has announced that the Kansas City Scouts and owner Loretto Sports Ventures, LLC, has agreed to sell their NAHL membership to Amarillo Ice Sports, LLC. The team has been relocated to Amarillo, Texas, and renamed and pay tribute to the original…
This week, championship games were held for the Coach Pitch and Major Softball divisions. After strong efforts by all teams, only two teams came out at top winners on Tuesday, May 25, at the JBS Field of Dreams complex.
Coaches, family and friends gathered in the commons at Sunray High School on Tuesday afternoon, May 25, to witness senior Katelyn Hernandez sign her letter of intent to run track and cross-country at McMurry University in Abilene, Texas.
The Dumas High School baseball and softball programs held its banquet Monday night, May 24, at Hacienda Garcia to recognize and honor the student-athletes on their accomplishments this 2021 season.
SAN ANGELO – Thirty-one student-athletes on Angelo State University's Rams and Rambelles track and field teams, including Nathan Blackwell of Dumas, have earned All-Lone Star Conference honors for the 2021 outdoor track and field season.
As the 2020-2021 school year draws to a close, Dumas High School looks ahead and has recently hired a new head basketball coach for the Demonettes for the upcoming school year in 2021-2022.
Dumas High School held its track and field banquet on Wednesday, May 19, where several Demons and Demonettes were recognized for their hard work and achievements through the 2021 track season. Karina Puentes and Sarai Chavez received MVP for girls' track, while Camila Parra was JV MVP. On th…
Names have been released for District 4-4A All-District teams for baseball and softball. Several Demons and Demonettes have been named.
The Sunray High School Athletic Department held its sports banquet on Monday, May 17. Certificates of recognition were given to several athletes, cheerleaders, and student athletic trainers, while others received MVP and other honors.
The school year is close to an end. Summer is quickly approaching. And summer, this year, includes camps and other fun activities. Dumas and Sunray are both holding baseball camps coming up in early June.
The Dumas 7 on 7 team competed at the State Qualifying Tournament in Graham, where the team finished pool play 3-0 with wins over Wichita Falls Hirschi, Krum, and Brownwood. Dumas advanced to the championship game against Breckinridge, but fell short of advancing to the state tournament in c…
Best All Around Boy and Girl at Dumas High School were awarded to Ahlee Yart and Sarai Chavez.
It is getting closer to the end of the school year. Demon soccer held its banquet Thursday, May 13, at the Dumas High School cafeteria. Head Coach Sammy Solis recognized his seniors and all players from JV to varsity in their accomplishments over the course of the season.
On Thursday night, May 13, Dumas Head Coach Charlie Nelson recognized his seniors and his players' accomplishments at the Dumas High School Golf Banquet.
During the course of the track season this year at Dumas Junior High School, there were several records broken by several young student-athletes. According to information provided by David Wylie there were seven girls and one boy who set new records this year.
Don Parsons was out fishing last week and caught 10 big catfish and one walleye. Two of the catfish were 10 pounds.
LIBERAL, Kan. – Seward County Community College will host the Region VI sub-regional tournament at Brent Gould Field with games starting on Friday, May 14 through May 16. Sunday will be the championship game. The Saints ended the season in a three-way tie with Barton Community College and Bu…
It was a long night for the Dumas Demons on Friday, May 7, as the team traveled to Littlefield to take on the Snyder Tigers. Snyder tied the game at five after six innings and forced extra innings, where the Tigers topped the Demons with two runs in the 10th inning to take the first game in …
Sunray welcomes state track participants Ella Strickland and Mia Gray back to town on Sunday, May 9. Strickland became the 1-2A record-setting state champion in the pole vault with a height of 13 feet and a quarter inch at state competition, while Gray placed seventh in the shot put with a d…
The state track and field competition is complete. Dumas took six individual athletes to Austin for the event. Five boys and one girl competed for top spots, with the boys coming in at ninth place as a team.
Saturday afternoon, May 8, in Littlefield, the Sunray Ladycats met Colorado City in the area round of the state softball 1-2A playoffs. The Ladycats only managed five hits and three runs, while the Lady Wolves of Colorado City knocked off hits and collected nine runs in the win over Sunray.
Game 1 of the bi-district round for the Sunray Bobcats started off well as the Cats took an early lead in the top of the first, but it was the only lead in the game as the Clarendon Broncos tied the game twice, then pulled away late to secure the victory over the Bobcats 8-6.
Jose Loya's Standfast Wrestling Club gathered together on Saturday, May 1, during the United Way's Day of Caring. The group helped out at the VFW Post 9022 here in Dumas.
On Tuesday morning, May 4, the members of the Dumas High School track team departed for Austin for the state track meet. This year, 3A and 4A schools will be participating beginning on Thursday, 2A and 5A on Friday, and 1A and 6A on Saturday.
West Texas Pride played over the weekend in the May Day tournament in Amarillo. There were nine, 8u teams who participated. West Texas Pride went 6-0 and took home first place.
It is nearing the end of another school year. In a year of COVID, the Dumas High School wrestling program anxiously awaited to hear the news for the start of the season. Finally, the University Scholastic League made the decision to have a shortened season, without tournaments, and only limi…
After rescheduling the bi-district playoff series between Dumas and Snyder, the Demonettes traveled to Snyder to take on the Lady Tigers for the first game of the series on Friday, April 30. The Demonettes ran away with the first game and scored 14 runs to take the game 14-1.
The Moore County YMCA held a youth volleyball tournament April 23-24. For more information about youth activities and other programs at the YMCA, please call 806-935-4136.
Dumas Savages 12u placed second in Levelland over the weekend of April 23-25. Back row, left to right: Ruben Medrano, Stephen Marquez, Cesar Deleon and Ricardo Vargas. Middle row, left to right: Ruben Vargas, Madilynn Russell, Madilynn Zubia, Vida Fierro, Jalyssa Medrano, Ella Alvarez, Suzet…
GUYMON, Okla. – Steer wrestling: First round: 1. Winston McGraw, 3.6 seconds, $2,450; 2. Luke Branquinho, 3.7, $2,131; 3. (tie) Jesse Brown and Trever Nelson, 3.8, $1,651 each; 5. (tie) Jacob Talley and Jason Thomas, 3.9, $1,012 each; 7. Hunter Cure, 4.0, $4.0, $533; 8. (tie) Cade Staton, D…
According to a press release from Clarendon College, the women's basketball team, and several individuals, recently received national and conference recognition for successes on the court.
STINNETT – In Stinnett, the Sunray Ladycats had a matchup with the Lady Comanches and had plenty of hits to outscore the opposing team by a final of 20-10. Cayman Ivins led the way with four runs and driving in six. She went 3-for-4 at the plate.
The Dumas Demonette soccer program held its awards banquet on Tuesday, April 27, at the Moore County Community Building. Both varsity and JV awards were given to several girls in recognition of their academic and athletic achievements.
In the final regular season game, the Dumas Demons rebounded from Canyon and faced the Borger Bulldogs Tuesday night, April 27. Raul Bustamante tossed a near perfect game, allowing zero runs and only three hits. The offense let loose on Borger, collecting 17 runs on eight hits, including a b…