Strawn Lady Hounds sophomore post Jayde Price was selected as the girls’ District 17-A, Division II Most Valuable Player and classmate Jacqueline Berumen was chosen co-Offensive Player of the Year in a vote of league coaches.
In addition to their 17-A superlative awards, both Price and Berumen were selected to the Texas Girls Coaches Association all-state team.
Price averaged 25.6 points per game and 11.3 rebounds per contest. She also averaged almost five steals per contest. Price hit 30 or more points in seven district games, with her high game in district a 38-point effort against Lingleville.
Price also scored 47 points in a non-district game against Abilene Christian, and she repeated that total in a non-district game against Brownwood.
Berumen averaged 14.8 points per game and 3.5 assists and 3.5 rebounds per contest.
Melissa Ramirez of Gorman shared the Offensive Player of the Year honor with Berumen.
Earning all-district, first-team honors for the Lady Hounds was sophomore Shelly Abbott, while Gordon Lady Longhorns junior Tristan Johnson was selected to the first team.
On the boys’ All-District 17-A, Division II team, Strawn junior Harrison Nowak earned first-team honors, while senior Cole Abbott made the second team.
Five Gordon Longhorns – Coletyn King, Michael Cherry, Pedro Lopez, Emory Allen and Garrett Collins – each earned an honorable mention.
Strawn Lady Hounds’ duo also named to TGCA all-state basketball team
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Protecting their home turf
After finishing the first day of the Mineral Wells Tournament a perfect 3-0, the Mineral Wells Lady Rams (15-4) were back in action Friday with a double-header to close out the home portion of the tourney.
Rams shine at Brock Tournament
BROCK – The Mineral Wells Rams (9-6) had a strong showing at the Brock Tournament, Thursday and Friday, as they continued to lay a firm foundation for the rest of their season.
After over a month of speculation, the Ram faithful have a new leader in which to place their hope.
Friday night, the Mineral Wells ISD Board of Trustees announced their decision to hire Waco Midway's Co-Offensive Coordinator Gerald Perry as the new Athletic Director and head football coach of Mineral Wells High School.
The Mineral Wells Lady Rams (14-3) got everything they hoped for and more in the opening day of the Mineral Wells Tournament, Thursday, at Kessler Field. They swept the competition in a triple-header and dealt with a wide variety of situations, overcoming each.
Gordon, Strawn fill up all-district hoops teams
The All-District 17-1A-II teams for both boys and girls basketball have been announced and rivals Gordon and Strawn have left an indelible mark on the 2013-24 edition with the two schools combining for six players on the boys team and a whopping 11 girls receiving honors.
Lady Rams Softball begins MW Tourney
Hot off of a 5-1 showing at the Wichita Falls Tournament, the Mineral Wells Lady Rams softball team (11-3) will open tournament play against quality competition again today from the comfort of their own home.
Four Ladycats garner top 11-1A-I awards
Palo Pinto County's most successful basketball team of the 2013-14 season can now add a bushel of accolades to an already memorable, Regional Championship year.
MW boys place third, girls seventh at Ram Relays
The Mineral Wells boys and girls track teams were on full display, Saturday, in front of a hometown crowd at the Ram Relays as the varsity girls team took seventh place with 42 point and the varsity boys finished third with 90 points.
State slips away
ABILENE – It wasn't the way a community pictured their season ending.
Fresh off of a thrilling 69-65, double-overtime victory over Ira in the regional semifinals, the Graford Jackrabbits' (27-4) bid for their first trip to the state tournament since 2012 fell short Saturday afternoon with a 58-25 loss at the hands of the Water Valley Wildcats (27-5) in the Class 1A-Division II Regional Finals at Abilene Christian University's Moody Coliseum.
Weathering the storm
The 2013-14 season epitomized growth for the Mineral Wells Rams basketball team. Under the tutelage of head coach Aaron Pappas, the Rams played to a 6-4 record in District 6-3A, clinching a third place finish and a fourth-straight playoff appearance.
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