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HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL: Forestburg downs county rival Saint Jo in 3

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The two District 2A-10 teams from Montague County that are headed to the playoffs faced off on Friday night.
Forestburg came out the victor, sweeping the Saint Jo High School volleyball team by scores of 25-18, 25-17 and 25-22.
The win brings the Lady Longhorns record to 24-10 and 9-4 for the season, as the team faced Tioga on Tuesday night for their last district game. Alexia Britain paced the Lady Longhorn offense with eight kills and four blocks and led the defense with 10 digs.
Hope Phipps put down nine kills, with three blocks, six digs, four assists and six ace serves. Brianna Raab scooped up nine digs, while Haley Nolan set up the offense with six assists.
Nolan also contributed eight ace serves, one dig, one block and four kills.
For Saint Jo, the loss brought their record to 13-25, 5-8. The Lady Panthers played district leader Lindsay on Tuesday night for their last regular game of the season.
Alyssa Hennessey paced the Lady Panther offense with two kills, while Bailey Melton and Charity Brawner added one each. Brawner also contributed three assists, while Delaney Hall had one.

At Prairie Valley

Tioga 3,

Prairie Valley 0

Tioga swept the Prairie Valley High School volleyball team on Friday night, but not before the Lady Bulldogs put up a fight.

Tioga defeated the home team by scores of 25-21, 25-19 and 25-17, with Prairie Valley managing to put up more than 20 points in the first set.

 

At Valley View

Valley View 3,

Gold-Burg 0

Valley View topped the Gold-Burg Lady Bears on Friday night by scores of 25-16, 25-11 and 25-18.

Forestburg’s Hope Phipps had nine kills, three blocks, six digs, four assists and six ace serves in a three-game victory over Saint Jo on “Senior Night.” (News photo by Eric Viccaro) 

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Boy powerlifters compete in final meet before regionals

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Bowie and Nocona boy powerlifters competed in their final regular season meets last week.
The Jackrabbits got third competing at Alvord while the Indians finished fourth at Boyd.
Bowie had six lifters finish in the top five of their weight classes that scored points toward the team total. One lifter ended up winning his weight class.
Robert Zambrano won the 123 class as he lifted a total of 970 pounds. He outdid teammates in the same weight class Gavyn Brown and Shiv Patel who finished second and third.
Cooper McShan finished second in the 132 class as he lifted 935 pounds. Noah Brown was also second, lifting in the 275 class as he finished with a total of 1,315 pounds.
Tripp Brewer finished third in the 198 class, lifting 1,195 pounds.
For Nocona, the team had three lifters finish among the top five in their weight class that went to the team total.
Mitchell Gaston won the 123 class as he finished with a total of 595 pounds.
Kaden Wallace was second in the 114 class as he lifted a total of 525 pounds. Hayden Matthews was fourth in the 242 class as he finished with a total of 1,050 pounds.
Both teams will compete at the boy’s regional meet on March 8 at Decatur, but in different divisions.

To see results for all Bowie and Nocona lifters who completed all three lifts, pick up a copy of the mid-week edition of the Bowie News.

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Bowie softball goes 3-2 at Archer County tournament

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The Bowie Lady Rabbits had a great first tournament at the Archer County tournament last weekend.
The Lady Rabbits went 3-2 overall during the three days of games.
The young Bowie team was coming off close losses against Archer City and Muenster before the tournament.
The Lady Rabbits again ran into Archer City to start the tournament, only this game saw the Lady Cats run away with the win 10-2 after five innings. KP Rutherford had the team’s only RBI as the team struggled with four hits on offense. Rutherford and Serenity Klump both had tough days on the mound, though they combined for nine strikeouts.
Things turned around in the next game for Bowie against Seymour. The Lady Rabbits dominated 13-2 after four innings, with runs coming in bunches during the first and fourth innings.
Four different players drove in two runs each and four more drove in one run. Chloe Kinney and Rutherford both hit home runs while Sage Gossett hit two triples. Rutherford also allowed only two earned runs on five hits while she struck out 10 batters on the mound.
The next game was against Petrolia and was the most competitive of the tournament so far. Unfortunately, the Lady Pirates won 9-7 as the game was stopped after four innings again.
Sadie Britt led the team with two RBIs while Klump drove in one RBI since five of Bowie’s runs were unearned due to Petrolia errors. Rutherford allowed six earned runs on seven hits while she struck out nine batters.
The Lady Rabbits then got a blowout win against Northside 16-4 in only three innings. Laney Oliver led the team with four RBIs and hit a triple. Rutherford also hit a triple and double while she drove in three runners. Laci Goodwin and Britt drove in two runs each.
On the mound, Kaylie Kinney allowed two earned runs on five while she struck out three batters.
Bowie finished the tournament with another good win, coming against Windthorst in which the Lady Rabbits won 9-1 in five innings. Chloe Kinney led the team with two RBIs while Britt drove in one run as each player finished with three hits. Rutherford hit a solo home run on offense while on the mound she allowed one earned run on four hits while she struck out 11 batters.

To read the full story, pick up a copy of the mid-week edition of the Bowie News.

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Bowie baseball plays at Clyde in first tournament

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The Bowie Jackrabbit baseball team went to its first tournament at Clyde last weekend.
The Jackrabbits 1-1 and tied two games during the two-day tournament.
Bowie came into the game following a big 16-2 win against Mineral Wells earlier in the week, but for a team with so many new faces on and off the field, the tournament was the first extended time the group would have to bond.
The Jackrabbits first played Breckenridge in a back-and-forth contest in which neither team had the lead for very long. In the end, the game finished after five innings tied at 7-7 to keep the tournament on schedule.
Cy Egenbacher led the team with two RBIs while Cooper Hammer had two hits, including a double to lead the team on offense.
On the mound, Cooper Harris and Hunter Rodriguez combined to give up five hits and three earned runs.
The next game was against Graham and the Steers took it to Bowie. Graham won 10-2 after six innings. Edmond DeLeon drove in both of the Jackrabbits runs on a double while Rodriguez had two hits. DeLeon pitched four innings and struck out five while allowing one earned run.
On Saturday, Bowie played against Snyder. The game also ended in an unsatisfying 7-7 tie after five innings. Troy Kesey hit a home run and drove in three runs to lead the team. Tucker Jones and DeLeon also drove in two runs on doubles. Trae Seigler pitched four innings and allowed only one hit while striking out two batters.
The Jackrabbits got on the win column in their final game, a 5-0 win against Mineral Wells. DeLeon hit a home run and drove in two runs to lead the team. Kesey drove in a run as well while Boston Farris led the team with three hits and also drove in one run. Kesey pitched four innings and allowed three hits, zero runs and struck out four batters.

To read the full story, pick up a copy of the mid-week edition of the Bowie News.

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