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Bowie golf teams finish second

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The Bowie Jackrabbit golf team finished second at the Callisburg Invitational last week while shooting 336.

Both Bowie golf teams competed at the Callisburg High School Invitational in Gainesville earlier in the week.
Both the boy’s and girl’s teams got second place despite battling the cold and wind again this season.
The Lady Rabbits were led by Rylie Vieth who shot a 104 which was good for fourth place. Teammates Neely Price and Miley Thompson were right behind her both shooting 106 and finishing tied for fifth place. Hadley Morris rounded out the scoring shooting 115. The team’s 431 total was a new season low despite not ideal conditions.
Reegan Ferguson was not far off shooting 120 for the team. Emily Cueva and Kendall Fallis were competing individually and kept within range, with Cueva shooting 115 and Fallis shooting 121.
The Jackrabbits were led by Andrew Sandhoff who shot an 82 and finishing fourth overall.
Hunter Fluitt and Rayder Mann were two shots back at 84 and tied for fifth place. Zac Harris shot 86 to finish tied for seventh to round out the team’s 336 total.
Hunter Lea shot 88 which did not count towards the team’s total but was good for a tie for 10th place.

To read the full story, pick up a copy of the weekend edition of the Bowie News.

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1A boys basketball all-district selections made

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Prairie Valley's Tyler Winkler was named the district's most valuable offensive player.

The area 1A all-district boy’s basketball lists have been released with the state tournament wrapping up a few weeks ago.

Slidell and Midway finished first and second in the district standings again meaning their players got many of the superlative and first team awards, but area players were still honored where they could be.

Third place Saint Jo had three first team selections with leading scorers Kile Thurman, Brice Durham and Collin Thomas. Devin Stewart earned second team honors while Dylan Brockman, Josh Vogel and Lee Yeley were honorable mention selections.

Prairie Valley got the final playoff spot and leading scorer Tyler Winkler earned the district’s offensive most valuable player award. Eli Croxton earned second team honors while Tyson Easterling, Dakota Fore and Trae Campbell earned honorable mention selections.

Bellevue had two first team all-district selections in Kason Roper and Jayson Gill. Leland Sims, Gavin Parr and Brayden Moore were named honorable mention.

Forestburg had post player Kyler Willett earn second team honors. Jesse Wadsworth, Jesus Sanchez and Nathan Payne were given honorable mention honors.

Gold-Burg guard Jayon Grace earned second team all-district. Aidan Foster, Rykir Evans and Jack Henry were named honorable mention.

The full list for each school as well as the academic all-district selections is in the weekend edition of the Bowie News.

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Saint Jo teams have rough spring break week

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Saint Jo softball
The Saint Jo Lady Panthers lost two tough games against 2A Muenster and Tioga on Monday and Tuesday.
The Lady Hornets won 16-1 and the Lady Bulldogs won 19-1 against the young Lady Panthers team.
While it is district play, these games against 2A opponents will not count against Saint Jo when it comes to district standings or postseason seeding for 1A teams.
Muenster did most of its damage in the first inning putting up 15 runs. The Lady Panthers then prevented the Lady Hornets from scoring in the second inning before scoring in the third inning. Payzlie Cervantes led off with a double and Taylor Patrick then drove her in with a single to prevent Saint Jo from getting shut out.
Muenster then scored one run to end the game by run rule 16-1.

Saint Jo baseball
The Saint Jo baseball team lost a tough rematch at Alvord on Tuesday.
The Bulldogs won 7-0 against the Panthers.
Though it was disappointing for Saint Jo to lose again to 2A Alvord, Saint Jo did lose the previous week against the Bulldogs 14-1, so there was improvement.
The Panthers were only able to get five base runners on the entire game and had only three hits, with two coming from C Henson and the other from Mathew Butler-Everson.

To read the full story, pick up a copy of the weekend edition of the Bowie News.

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Nocona softball drops two district games

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The Nocona Lady Indians lost two district games on the road this week at Lindsay and Collinsville.
The Lady Indians lost a high scoring game 16-11 at Lindsay, before losing 19-4 by run rule at Collinsville.
Nocona was coming off a morale boosting run rule win against Era the following week. While the Lady Indians bats kept their same fire from that game, against the Lady Knights their defense was rough.
Lindsay scored at lead one run in all six innings it batted in. Nocona scored in bunches as well, but had scoreless innings in the third, fifth and seventh innings as it was playing catch up after the second inning until the end of the game.
Tobie Cable led the team with four RBIs and a home run and was even walked three times to prevent her from dealing more damage. Skye Kirby and Allie Sutton drove in two runs each as well while Avery Crutsinger had a team high three base hits.
As a team Nocona had 12 hits in the game and also drew 12 walks.
Unfortunately, Lindsay had 17 hits, with six being extra base hits. Combined with seven errors on defense, it was a recipe for a lot of runs to come through on just about any ball that was hit into play and Nocona could not keep up.

To read about the Collinsville game, pick up a copy of the weekend edition of the Bowie News.

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