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Pirates second in regional meet

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Leithan Beck, Cyrus Martinez and Gage Murphey will advance to the state powerlifting meet in Abilene. Courtesy photoLeithan Beck, Cyrus Martinez and Gage Murphey will advance to the state powerlifting meet in Abilene. Courtesy photo

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COLMESNEIL — The Shepherd Pirate Powerlifting Team finished in second place and will send three lifters to the State Meet in Abilene following the regional meet on Friday.

Gage Murphy, who will move on to state, also received the Outstanding Squat award on the light platform after breaking the regional record with a 660-pound lift.

Leihtan Beck also won his division and Cyrus Martinez will join both of them at state.

 

Region 4 Division 3 meet

Friday

Colmesneil High School

Shepherd Team Results: 2nd

Individual results (class, place, name)

114, 10, Clint Batey

123, 4, Diego Orozco

148, 4, Cyrus Martinez

165, 5, Paul Jeminez

165, 11, Keith Baker

181, 1, Gage Murphy

275, 4, Noah Castro

275, 5, Kobie Cheek

308, 1, Leithan Beck

Coldspring Team Results: 26th

Individual results (class, place, name)

114, 8, Rigby Bailes

242, 7, Kellyn Husband

242, 12, Newsome Pharrell

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Coldspring boys win home track meet

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COLDSPRING — The Trojans won their home meet on Friday behind several first-place efforts from the athletes.

The Lady Trojans managed a second-place posting.

Meanwhile, the Shepherd Pirates and Lady Pirates each placed fourth in the meet.

Trojan Relays

Boys Team Results: 1st, Coldspring; 2nd, Diboll; 3rd, New Waverly; 4th, Shepherd; 5th, Conroe Covenant; 6th, Hardin

Individual results (place, athlete, school)

Pole vault

1st, Jared Sims, Coldspring

Long jump

1st, Luke Monroe, Coldspring

4th, Xzadrian Roberts, Coldspring

5th, Karvar Hays, Coldspring

Discus

1st, Jacob Guidry, Shepherd

High jump

1st, Eric Wyatt, Coldspring

2nd, Karvar Hays, Coldspring

Triple jump

1st, Antoine Phillips, Coldspring

2nd, Odis Bogany, Coldspring

3rd, Kiysean Sykes, Coldspring

Shot put

2nd, Pharrell Newsome, Coldspring

3rd, Kellyn Husband, Coldspring

1,600-meter run

5th, Alex Orozco, Shepherd

800-meter

1st, Pedro Infante, Shepherd

2nd, Allan Infante, Shepherd

5th, Bryan Douglas, Coldspring

400-meter dash

2nd, Eric Wyatt, Coldspring

4th, Pedro Infante, Shepherd

5th, Joshua Brimsey, Coldspring

6th, Allan Infante, Shepherd

200-meter dash

1st, Christian Lee, Coldspring-Oakhurst,

4th, Luke Monroe, Coldspring-Oakhurst

6th, Jamarious Parker, Coldspring-Oakhurst

100-meter dash

3th, Xzadrian Roberts, Coldspring-Oakhurst

4th, Javious Parker, Coldspring-Oakhurst,

5th, Kelvin Harden, Coldspring-Oakhurst

300-meter hurdles

1st, Antoine Phillips, Coldspring

4th, Landon Ellisor, Coldspring

110-meter hurdles

1st, Landon Ellisor, Coldspring

4x400-meter relay

1st, Shepherd (Pedro Infante, Allan Infante, Anthony Wallace, Rogelio Covarrubias)

2nd, Coldspring

4x200-meter relay

1st, Coldspring (Noah Bradford, Talvin Johnson, Jamarion McGowen, Aden Evans)

4th, Shepherd (Eduardo Jaime, Jevaris Marsh, Antonio Lucio, Curtis Allen)

4x100-relay

1st, Coldspring (Noah Bradford, Talvin Johnson, Jamarion McGowen, Eric Sykes)

2nd, Shepherd (Eduardo Jaime, Jevaris Marsh, Cesar Guevara, Nick Singletary)

Girls Team Results: 1st, Diboll; 2nd, Coldspring; 3rd, New Waverly; 4th, Shepherd; 5th, Conroe Covenant; 6th, Hardin

Individual results (place, athlete, school)

Pole vault

1st, Tess Phillips, Coldspring

2nd, Miki Ellisor, Coldspring

Discus

3rd, Ebrieanna Bell, Coldspring

7th, Madison Harden, Coldspring

8th, Trinitee Williams, Coldspring

High jump

1st, Kelsey Ivory, Coldspring

3rd, Sarah Downey, Shepherd

4th, Ella Phillips, Coldspring

5th, Kylie Montgomery, Shepherd

Triple jump

4th, Chamiya Hines, Coldspring

5th, Abriel Murphy, Coldspring

800-meter run

1st, Tess Phillips, Coldspring

400-meter dash

1st, Ella Phillips, Coldspring

5th, Lacey Papp, Shepherd

200-meter dash

1st, Kelsey Ivory, Coldspring

3rd, Sarah Downey, Shepherd

4th, Jazlyn Major, Coldspring

100-meter dash

1st, Sarah Downey, Shepherd

3rd, Chariti Bradford, Coldspring

5th, Vinnya William, Coldspring

300-meter hurdles

2nd, Abriel Murphy, Coldspring

5th, Ryvers Sosa, Coldspring

100-meter hurdles

3rd, Ryvers Sosa, Coldspring

4th, Abriel Murphy, Coldspring

4x400-meter relay

1st, Coldspring (Ella Phillips, Jazlyn Major, Tess Phillips, Chamiya Hines)

2nd, Shepherd (Aliyah Thomas, Dakiyah Clark, Katia Mendoza, Lacey Papp)

4x200-meter relay

2nd, Coldspring (Kelsey Ivory, Chariti Bradford, Chamiya Hines, Shantel Goffney)

4th, Shepherd (Tiana Clark, Dakiyah Clark, Kiona King, Aliyah Thomas)

4x100-meter relay

2nd, Coldspring (Kelsey Ivory, Chariti Bradford, Chamiya Hines, Shantel Goffney)

3rd, Shepherd (Kiona King, Dakiyah Clark, Lacey Papp, Sarah Downey)

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Area hoops gain all-district nods

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Six members of the Shepherd Pirates basketball team received all-district honors. Courtesy photoSix members of the Shepherd Pirates basketball team received all-district honors. Courtesy photo

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Players from both Shepherd and Coldspring-Oakhurst basketball squads were named to the 22-3A all-district team.

For the Shepherd Pirates, players named to the first team were Tristen Cullum and Payton Burton, and Braydon Mettlen was named to the second team.

Newcomer of the Year honors went to Brayden White.

Honorable mentions went to Darrian Matthews and Rogelio Covarrubias.

For the Trojans, Eric Sykes was named to the first team, while K.J. Harden, Jacorrion Jackson and Bryan Douglas were named to the second team.

Luke Monroe was named Offensive MVP.

Honorable mentions went to Karvar Hays and Josh Brimley, and Malachi O’Bryant was named to Academic All-District.

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Shepherd takes second in district meet

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The Shepherd Lady Pirates powerlifting squad pulled off a second-place win at the district meet on Friday.  Courtesy photoThe Shepherd Lady Pirates powerlifting squad pulled off a second-place win at the district meet on Friday. Courtesy photo

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The Shepherd Lady Pirates powerlifters were runner-up on the 3A Region 4 meet in Bay City over the weekend.

The ladies missed the championship by only 2 points.

Five of the lifters qualified for the state meet,

Additionally, Aphia Baker was named Outstanding Squat and Bench Press and overall Best Lifter on the heavy platform.

Region 4 Class Large 3A Regional Meet

Bay City

Team Results: Shepherd, 2nd

Individual results (Weight class, place, name)

97, 1, Victoria Gonzalez (State Qualifier)

123, 5, Kelsey Fisk

132, 2, Debahni Cantera (State Qualifier)

165, 1, Aphia Baker (State Qualifier)

165, 5, Kirstin Kangas

181, 1, Ashley Gonzalez (State Qualifier)

198, 3, Alyssa Jimenez

220, 1, Emily Gonzalez (State Qualifier)

242, 6, Riley Kinder

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hepherd wins Cleveland Rotary tournament

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The Shepherd Lady Pirates won first in the weekend Cleveland Rotary Tournament. Courtesy photoThe Shepherd Lady Pirates won first in the weekend Cleveland Rotary Tournament. Courtesy photo

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CLEVELAND — The Lady Pirates won first in the Cleveland Rotary tournament on Saturday with a 5-4 win over Cleveland.

Neveah Murphey led the offense, going 2-for-3 at the plate with 2 doubles and an RBI, while Adison Simpson went 2-for-3 with 2 RBIs. Chloe Fuller also provided 2 hits as well

Isabelle Hooper and Jayci Wilson shared mound duties, allowing 5 hits and 4 runs and striking out 5.

The way to first included a 4-0 win over Orangefield, a 5-1 loss to Splendora, a 3-2 loss to Vidor, a 15-2 win over West Fork and a 7-1 win over Humble.

Against Humble, Isabelle Hooper went 3-for-3 at the plate, and Neveah Murphey went 2-for-3. Jayci Wilson got the win on the mound, striking out 5 while only allowing 1 run on 7 hits.

Against West Fork, Simpson and Murphey each went 4-for-4 at the plate, while Chloe Fuller chipped in 3 hits. Isabelle Hooper got the win, throwing 9 strikeouts while allowing only 2 runs and 2 hits.

Against Vidor, Simpson, Murphey, Rylei N and Wilson provided Shepherd’s only hits.

Against Splendora, Murphey and Rylei had the lone hits. Wilson and Hooper combined for 10 strikeouts while giving up 5 runs and 7 hits.

Against Orangefield, Chloe Fuller and Montana Capps each had 2 hits. Hooper struck out 9 while only giving up 4 hits.

Coldspring

The Lady Trojans went 2-2 on the weekend, beating Centerville 12-2 and Iola and losing to Cross Roads and Latexo.

Head Coach Dwain Anderson said that it was a good weekend for the team to learn.

“We are battling a few injuries, so we had to work to overcome some adversity,” he said. “I believe that will be a lesson we will be able to use later in the season as we get deep into district play.”

Izzy Doggett stood out, going 6-for-9 on the weekend with 3 singles, 2 doubles, and 1 home run; Trinity Rosales was 4-for-8 with 2 singles and 2 doubles.

Boys

Coldspring

On Thursday, Coldspring downed Cleveland 6-5, and on Friday, tied 3-3 with Fort Bend Hightower.

On Feb. 26, the Trojans blanked Grapeland 12-0.

Brennan Headley went 2-for-2, scoring 2 runs and posting 2 RBIs to lead the offense. James Clark, Jacob Ash, Terry Mills, Cayden Barton, Luke Monroe and Jordan Ash each contributed a hit.

Monroe and Nolan Beaver took pitching duties on the mound, combining for 8 strikeouts while only allowing 2 hits.

Shepherd

The Pirates split games at the Cleveland tournament, downing La Marque 7-3 but losing to Cleveland 12-1 on Friday.

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