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.
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.
The Canyon Lady Eagles looked to remain undefeated in District 4-4A softball. They hosted the Borger Lady Bulldogs on Wednesday, but it was the start of the game that gave the Lady Eagles a little faith.
The 2021 Texas Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame was one to remember. Recognizing athletes and coaches from not only the 2021 season but, also the 2020 season that was postponed for many; creating obstacles for athletes and coaches to work around.