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HIGH SCHOOL POWERLIFTING: Bowie Invitational Results

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Results

Bowie Invitational
At Bowie

GIRLS
Team Standings
1, Bowie, 31; 2, Springtown, 27; 3, Wichita Falls City View, 16; 4, Keller Timber Creek, 15; 5, Petrolia, 12; 6, Chico, 12; 7, Callisburg, 11; 8, Gainesville, 8; 9, Burkburnett, 7; 10, Pilot Point, 7; Burkburnett takes ninth based on average

Bowie finishers
123 pounds: Kylie Robinson, first; Sofie Butler, third; 132: Carcyn Robertson, first; Madison Metzler, third; Sami Deford, fifth; 148: Montana Holbach, third; 165; Carrington Davis, second; Mylena Orcudero bombed out at 181.

Weight class champions
97 pounds: Alli Roglin, Springtown, 435; 105: Kati Roglin, Springtown, 475; 114: Kayla Wampler, City View, 655; 123: Kylie Robinson, Bowie, 650; 132, Carcyn Robertson, 640; 148: Caroline Ramsey, Petrolia, 715; 165: Faith Hollingsworth, Burkburnett, 665; 181: Kya Charron, Keller Timber Creek, 870; 198: Tabi Rogers, Springtown, 815; 220: Ashlynn Jackson, Pilot Point, 440; 220-plus: Tori Scott, Gainesville, 780

BOYS
Team Standings
1, Gainesville, 35; 2, Wichita Falls City View, 32; 3, Bowie, 28; 4, Paradise, 23; 5, Ponder, 22; 6, Burkburnett, 18; 7, Bridgeport, 13; 8, Chico, 11; 9, Alvord, 4; 10, Pilot Point; Alvord takes ninth based on average

Bowie finishers
123 pounds: Joey Crawford, second; 132: Cristian Martinez, first; Juan Mares, fourth; Jay Rogers, sixth; 148: Chance Tomlinson, fifth; Sawyer Przilas, 10th; Justin Jackson, 12th; 165: Chandler Hefley, third; 198: Bret Davis, second; 220: Tristan Dennison, sixth; Super heavyweight: Jared Roberts, second; Zack Otto bombed out at 181.

Weight class champions
114: Gavin Ruiz, Gainesville, 580 pounds; 123: Kyle Reed, City View, 660; 132: Cristian Martinez, Bowie, 1,040; 148: Darian Sotomi, Paradise, 1,100; 165: Danny Ho, City View, 1,190; 181: Chon Hernandez, Gainesville, 1,090; 198: Austin Bennett, Ponder, 1,245; 220: Cameron Starnes, Chico, 1,310; 242, Ronnie Killen, City View, 1,425; 275: Deric Conner, Paradise, 1,325; Super heavyweight: Manny Rodriguez, Gainesville, 1,375.

Editor’s Note: Read The Bowie News for the most complete powerlifting coverage.

Carrington Davis, Sofie Butler, Montana Holbach, Kylie Robinson, Madison Metzler, Carcyn Robertson and Sami Deford all show off the medals they won during Saturday’s Bowie Invitational. The Lady Rabbits won the meet by several points, and Robinson established a new personal record with a 290-pound dead lift. (News photo by Eric Viccaro) 

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Nocona, Saint Jo finish in top 25 of Lone Star Cup

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On the Thursday the final Lone Star Cup standings were released for the 2023-2024 school year.
Montague County had two schools that finished among the top 25 in their classification.
Nocona finished tied for 13th place in 2A while Saint Jo was tied for 24th place in 1A.
It is the highest finish for Nocona ever since the Lone Star Cup started up in the late 1990s. While it is associated with and measures the overall success of a school’s athletic program, it also takes into account the school’s success in academic and other programs like band, one-act-play, robotics, etc.
Nocona scored points in volleyball, football, cheerleading, girls and boys basketball and baseball. Unfortunately, its state appearance in film did not count towards the total. It all added up to 41 points, which is the most in program history
For Saint Jo, the success of its volleyball, football, softball, baseball, girl’s and boy’s basketball teams led to 32 points.

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

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UIL changes playoff format

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The University Interscholastic League announced on Tuesday changes for the upcoming school year when it comes to playoff formatting.
For 2A-5A schools, playoff formatting for volleyball, basketball, softball, baseball and soccer will now be split up into two divisions that will model itself like the 6A football playoffs. For 1A schools, this will only be applied for basketball. In all, there will be 12 state champions in those sports now.
This means there will be two playoff divisions within every classification. Districts will stay the same and not be affected. Four teams from every district will still make the playoffs, but now the two biggest schools of the four will play in the bracket with the other bigger schools while the two smaller schools will play in the other bracket.
This will not be like 1A-5A football, where divisions are hard cut by enrollment numbers and district alignments are set up with this in mind. Some districts that feature schools with low enrollment numbers within a classification will have to send two schools to compete in the big school bracket.
At lower levels, it might still set up a scenario where a team faces a school with twice the enrollment numbers. The thought process is it should happen less.
With fewer teams in the playoff bracket, certain parts of the playoffs like the area round and the regional tournament will not be featured as there will be less games to play on the way to the state tournament.
While the announcement was surprising to some, other coaches said they first heard about it at the basketball state tournament. UIL polled coaches, who were reportedly all for the change according to Nocona athletic director Blake Crutsinger.
For some schools, the changes will not mean much besides fewer games. Bowie is in that spot. With an enrollment number of 493, only Vernon and Iowa Park are the schools in its district that are bigger and would have to finish at the top two spots in the standings in order for Bowie teams to play in the smaller bracket.
For other schools, the change could be a big deal. Nocona’s enrollment of 234 is only 20 short of the 2A limit. The Indians will most likely play in the bigger bracket in every sport.
The Lady Indians basketball team finished as runners-up at state this year and will return four of their five starters. The teams that have beaten them the last two years, Martin’s Mill and Lipan along with several other 2A basketball powers have low enrollment numbers and would probably be in the smaller school bracket.
For 1A schools, the change is welcome but the fact volleyball was not included was sad to see for some coaches. From a numbers perspective, there are almost twice as many schools that offer basketball (213) than volleyball (123) in 1A.

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

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4H Horse Club winners announced

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These girls were all around winners at the June 8 Montague County 4H Horse Club show. High Point buckle winners were Emersyn Denoon and Laney Dyer, reserve all around halter winners were Kenzi McEwen and Audrey DeMore.

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