Sports

Thu
26
Mar

Hammerfest is this week

FORT DAVIS - As many as 200 or possibly more cyclists will be in Fort Davis this week for the annual Hammerfest, a bicycle event sponsored by the Permian Basin Bicycle Association.
 
Thu
19
Mar

McIvor, Ponce named to all-region, all-state teams

FORT DAVIS - Just sophomores, two Fort Davis Indians have been named to the Texas High School Girls Coaches Association all-region and all-state basketball teams.  Hadley McIvor and Yani Poncejoined only a handful of other players  in West Texas who were named - andmost of the others are seniors.  

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Thu
12
Mar

Porter breaks two meet records; Brooks, Schreiber, Riegel all capture first places

FORT DAVIS - Although the Fort Davis Indian thinclads were shorthanded last week, five of the green and gold attending the first track meet of  the season brought home medals and ribbons, including junior Cali Porter, who was on fire in Iraan, setting two meet records.  Porter, who stars for the Indians in volleyball, erupted on the track scene with meet records in both the shot put and the discus.
 

 

Thu
12
Mar

Indians dominate tennis tourney played at SRSU

FORT DAVIS - Winning both the boys and girls divisions, the Fort Davis Indians domionated the Fort Davis Invitational tennis tourney this past weekend at Sul Ross StateUniverswity. Despite being an athletic program that had to be dropped because of lack of funds, the tennis bunch continues  to thrive.
 

 

Thu
19
Feb

For the first time

For the first time in many moons, the Fort Davis Indians are back in the state playoffs, with a legitimate chance to advance into some of the later rounds. The Indians get Klondike Friday in  Crane starting at 8 pm. The winner gets O'Donnell or Wink either Monday or Tuesday next week

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Thu
12
Feb

Indians win junior high district, tournament

FORT DAVIS - With some 200 junior high kids and visitors, the Fort Davis Junior High tournament was a huge success this past week. Played on Thursday and Saturday, the tourney was packed with good teams, fans and local volunteers helping with a wide variety of Indian stuff. As for the games themselves, the junior high Indians easily won the boys division of the tourney, winning all three games in strong form.

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Thu
12
Feb

Lobo chunker is player of week

ALPINE - Sul Ross sophomore right-hander Ryan Todd of Holliday and Vernon Junior College has been honored by the American Southwest Conference. Todd has been named the ASC Baseball Pitcher of the Week. This is the first week that the ASC has distributed weekly honors.

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Wed
28
Jan

Jimenez joins staff at Green Tree club

MIDLAND - The PGA Golf Management program is a 4½-year structured college  curriculum and i ncludes  extensive lassroom studies, internship  exp e r i e n c e nd player d e v e l o p - ment providing students the
o p p o r t u - nity to acquire  knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the golf industry.  Becky "Bee" Jimenez, the granddaughter of Juan and Lupe Dominguezof Fort Davis, earned a bachelor of business administration degree with a specialization in PGA Golf Management  and elected by The PGA of America as a Class "A" Member.
 
 

 

Wed
28
Jan

Former coaches and players

Former coaches and players met in Waco to present Coach Mike Pallanez with a signed baseball bat during Hall of Fame ceremonies there.(L-R) Mike Cox (SRSU), Joe Heckathorn (SRSU), Vince Lavallee (AHS Class of 1985), )Former SRSU Assistant Randy Alvarez, David Vega (Class of 1986), former SRSU Coach Donnie Randell, Coach Robert Polanco, Inductee Coach Mike Pallanez, Sammy Ramos (Class of 1986), former SRSU Assistant Sam Cordero, Tony Pallanez (Class of 1995), Danny Rojo (Class of 1991) and Adam Llanez (Class of 1999 
 

 

Wed
21
Jan

Eighth season of rodeo sports program begins for Doc Spoon

FORT DAVIS - The Rodeo Sports Medicine program under the direction of Truman (Doc) Spoon of Fort Davis is starting its eighth year of providing medical and emergency services to rodeo athletes in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, the Working Ranch Cowboys Association and the Championship Bull Riders. Spoon works over 30 PRCA and WRCA events each year as well as a CBR events, the latter led by former Sul Ross State University national champion and many-time world champion Tuf Hedeman of Morgan Mill.

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