The Palo Duro Dons’ successful boys basketball season ended with a UIL 5A Regional Quarterfinal appearance and three seniors signing to play college basketball. Two guards inked their commitments on Monday, Paetyn Walker and Kadden Price ‘KP’.
The Canyon Eagles baseball team was the lone survivor on Friday’s baseball and softball playoffs in the Texas Panhandle. Canyon soared in dominant fashion over Seminole 15-1. Many of the local teams will battle to keep their hopes alive on Saturday, but Shallowater ended Bushland baseball’s season.
The Michelob Ultra Men’s City Championship ended round 1 on Friday with the defending champion, Kent Neal, still in contention. He won his first Men’s City Championship in 2006 and then back on top in 2021.
The third round of high school baseball starts with Nazareth advancing to the UIL 1A Regional Finals after blanking Kress for the fourth time this season. Bushland falls to Shallowater 14-7 and now the Falcons face an elimination game on Friday.
If you were a fan of Amarillo Sod Poodles Dominic Fletcher’s 22-game hit streak then it unfortunately came to an end on Thursday, but it’s all for his hard work in Double-A. Fletcher, the D-Backs No. 18 prospect, received the call up to join Diamondback’s Triple-A Reno Aces.
Amarillo High packed their bags Wednesday morning and left for Austin for the UIL 5A State track and field Championships. Track is normally an individual sport, but the Sandies are competing as a team in two events.
The Palo Duro Dons celebrated signing day for one of their deep threats on the basketball court. Senior guard Cutter Camp inked his commitment to play basketball for Arlington Baptist University in the National Christian College Athletic Association DII.
Athletes across the Texas Panhandle will compete in the UIL State track and field championships this week, but only a few have the opportunity to defend their State title like Spearman senior Brenen Thompson.
The schedule is set for this week’s UIL State Track and Field Meet at the University of Texas at Austin. The Randall High School girls finished second as a team at regionals, and now three of the Lady Raiders will compete for a 5A state title.
The Tascosa Rebels celebrated signing day for three football players on Friday. Outside linebacker Abrian Humphrey, athlete BT Daniel and nose guard Baelyn Barnes inked their National Letter of Intent to play for DII Colorado Mesa.
The Ascension Academy Cardinals left for the TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools) State track and field meet on Thursday. The competition starts Friday, May 6 and end Saturday at Panther Stadium at Midway ISD.
Powerful with a smile describes Bushland Senior Jillian Howell. The UIL 3A shot put defending State Champion already surpassed her school record mark throwing 42-feet 4.25-inches at Regionals. She uses track and field to better her skills on the diamond.
The Canyon Lady Eagles and Randall Lady Raiders are moving on the the second round of playoffs after winning their Bi-District Championships. Both Canyon ISD battled to the third game unable to get the two-game sweep.
The Randall Lady Raiders win a close game one victory over Lubbock Cooper 9-6 in their three-game Bi-District playoff series. Randall overcame a 3-run deficit in the sixth inning. The Sunray Lady Cats shut out Memphis 18-0.