Playing in the season finale at home, the Mineral Wells Junior High Lady Rams eighth-grade “A” team Lady Rams defeated Granbury in a sweep.
“The Lady Rams played an incredibly great game,” head coach Jeff Brumfield said. “It was a night of strong hitting, great teamwork and a lot of old fashioned hustle that won a close battle.
“It was a great way to end the season.”
Passing well for the Lady Rams were Sami Hickey with 40 good passes, followed by Talley Goldston with 25 good passes and Alli Blissitte with 20 good passes.
Other Lady Rams passing well were libero Peyton Malone, defensive specialist Brooklyn Lovern, Jacy Grimes and Michaela Mendoza.
Serving well were Jacy Grimes with 12 points, Sami Hickey with 11 and Talley Goldston with six.
Hitting well were Alli Blissitte with six hits and two kills, Jacy Grimes with five hits and one kill, Sami Hickey with four hits and one kill, Tahya Ruellas with two hits, Krista Burns with two hits, and one great big kill in the second game for TyShannon Suitors.
8th B downs Granbury
The Lady Rams eighth-grade “B” team swept Granbury on Thursday, avenging an earlier loss to the Lady Pirates.
8th C plays well in loss to Granbury
The Lady Rams eighth-grade “C” team played well but were defeated by the Granbury Lady Pirates in two games on Thursday.
Passing well for the Lady Rams were Courtney Hall, Samantha Huizar, Maribel Huizar, Savannah Olsolsky and Aeris Carter Smith.
Serving well for the Lady Rams were Courtney Hall, Samantha Huizar and Thalyia Hinojosa.
“These girls have really done a great job this year,” head coach Jeff Brumfield said.
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Lady Rams rally to beat emotional Graham squad, 10-7
It took a sixth inning rally to do it, but the Mineral Wells Lady Rams (25-7) earned their first victory of the playoffs, Thursday night at Kessler Field, beating the emotionally-charged Graham Lady Blues, 10-7, to go up 1-0 in a best-of-three series.
Lady Rams draw Graham in first round playoff series
The regular season is in the rearview mirror and, as head coach David Tarver expected, the Mineral Wells Lady Rams will play a best-of-three series with the Graham Lady Blues to start the Class 3A, Region 1 and 3 softball playoffs.
With the score tied at four and one out in the bottom of the seventh inning, Tuesday night at Pratt Field, sophomore McCain Mason stepped up to bat with the bases loaded.
Santo girls place eighth at regional golf tourney
BAIRD – The Santo Ladycats golf team ended their season on a positive note last week, battling the elements to play some of their best golf of the season en route to an eighth place finish at the Region 2-1A Tournament at Shady Oaks Golf Course in Baird.
Graford Track: two 'Rabbits race to regionals
TRENT – The Graford boys and girls track teams were in action, Thursday, at the area track meet in Trent, where two Jackrabbits qualified to advance to the regional round in two different events.
Rams earn district championship with 5-4 walkoff win over Castleberry on senior night
For the third time in the past four years, the Mineral Wells Rams are district champions.
Rams host Castleberry with first place at stake
It all comes down to this. The Mineral Wells Rams' district championship dreams rest on their final District 6-3A game against the Castleberry Lions.
Wildcats still in the hunt
SANTO – The Santo Wildcats baseball team took a major step toward a possible district championship, Saturday, when they handed the Albany Lions their first district loss of the season in a 13-5 victory.
MW golf seasons end at regionals
LUBBOCK – The District 6-3A champion Mineral Wells Rams and Lady Rams golf teams saw their seasons come to an untimely end last week at the Region 1-3A tournaments on Shadow Hills Golf Course in Lubbock.
How sweet it is
The Mineral Wells Rams have climbed another mountain. After besting Kennedale for the first time in over a decade on their home field in the last week of March, the Rams (16-10, 7-2) swept their season series with the vaunted Wildcats, earning a 6-2 win in front of a home crowd, Friday night, to once again put themselves alone atop the District 6-3A standings with one game left to play.
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