Tigerettes Slaton 7 All District 3-3A Basketball

from Coach Klafka

District 3-3A All District Basketball

District MVP: Rachel Zahn, Idalou, Jr
Offensive MVP: Sydney Craig, Idalou, Sr
Defensive MVP: Aurora Luera, Slaton, Jr
Newcomer of the Year: Scout Welps, Brownfield, Fr

All District:
Kelsey De La Rosa, DC, Jr
Jo Moore, DC, Jr
Jasmine Fields, Brownfield, So
Tessa Hope, Brownfield, Sr
Bayli Bowles, Roosevelt, Jr
Payton Brown, Roosevelt, Fr
            Annjanette Briseno, Slaton, Sr
            Kelli Pate, Slaton, Sr
            Taliea Maxwell, Slaton, Sr
Mackenzie Gregory, Idalou, Sr
Courtney Hurst, Idalou, Jr
Andrea Conklin, Idalou, Jr

Honorable Mention:
            Desiree Lacy, Slaton, Sr
            Savannah Ortiz, Slaton, Sr
            Micaela Flores, Slaton, Jr

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Sports Brief w/Mark Allen

* Baylor Lady Bears beat Lady Raiders 75-65
* Baseball America ranks Tech Baseball No 5
* Mavericks beat New Orleans Pelicans 102-93 last night.
* Houston Rockets @ Atlanta Hawks 6:30 Pm
* Texas Rangers Baseball starts Wednesday, March 4 Kansas City Royals (charity game) @ Surprise Stadium.
* Spring Training Games everyday until their season opens April 6 Rangers hosting Oakland in Arlington.

* KSSL Sports Tonight 7 pm Boys Regional Quarter Final Game: Crosbyton vs Paduka
Mark Allen Meurer KSSL(Join “Mark Allen” Meurer weekday mornings for Sports on KSSL 107.3 & 94.1 and Mobile App, Contact: mark@myslaton.com Cell/Text 806.789.8456)

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SLATON MEET – Powerlifting Results!

From: Hunter Henzler

1st of all-
I am humbled and honored to have been a part of our first powerlifting meet to be hosted in Slaton.  To all the workers, volunteers, parents, employees, and the community of Slaton as a whole- thank you for helping this meet go on- in the end it’s all about the kids, and this meet was a huge benefit to them.  On behalf of myself, and on behalf of the kids in our program- thank you!

I also want to say thank you to our Administration team for supporting me in hosting this meet, even in spite of the weather.  As a community we pulled it off, and I sincerely want to thank them for that as well.

Our team finished in a close 3rd behind Sundown and Levelland, but we had the most medalists for our team on the year (12 kids!, a “team” is 11 for the record), and also had multiple boys qualify for the Regional meet (In Sundown, March 14th.)  I will send another email about that shortly (I know y’all can’t wait)

5th Place:
Josh Salas, Super Heavyweight division (SHW)
(With lifts of 365lb squat, 180lb bench, 365lb deadlift)
Javier Alcorta, 165’s
(325, 185, 295)

4th Place:
David Mendez, 148 class
(255, 155, 400)
AJ Garcia, SHW
(365, 280, 360)

3rd Place:
Philip Rocha, 114’s
(290, 145, 280)
Seth Rennels, 132’s
(225, 135, 240)
David Camargo, 220’s
(405, 230, 455)
Alek Garcia
(410, 160, 435)

2nd Place:
Braxton Creager, 181’s
(440, 225, 465)
Harley Simpson, 220’s
(505, 255, 430)

1st Place:
Tyler Johnson, 148’s
(450, 205, 375)
Marcial Salinas, 242’s
(475, 240, 535)
Tiger Powerlifting

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Senior Citizens, Menu, New, Info!


By Janet James

Food for Thought – Optimism-See with new eyes. Discover what truly matters.

We had one table for the monthly 42 game. Those playing were Margaret Phillips, Jimmy Pettigrew, Imogene Davis, and Sandy Goodner. We will do better next month on Tuesday March 17.

Our Skip-Bo Day had 2 tables of players. Those who played were Pat Dawson, Sandy Goodner, Jo Lacy, Janet James, Janis King, Ada May Culpepper, Imogene Davis, Ella Mae Hall, and Eva Herrera. We need to play Skip-Bo more often so we don’t forget how to play.

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