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Golf: Maidens Claim 2nd at Red Raider Invitational

October 18, 2017

LUBBOCK — The Seminole Maiden varsity golf team took second place team honors at the 2017 Red Raider Invitational, held last week at the Rawls Course and Shadow Hills Golf Course.

SHS finished with a two-day total of 341-318 — 659 to finish behind tournament champion Andrews’ 305-314 — 619. Pacing the way for the Maidens was Juilana Klassen, who finished with rounds of 81 and 79 (160 total) in the two day event.…

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BBB: Indians Ranked 3rd in TABC Class 4A Preseason Polls

October 18, 2017

The Texas Association of Basketball Coaches have tabbed the 2017-18 edition of the Seminole Indians as a preseason third-ranked team in the Class 4A ranks, according to a poll released on Monday.

SHS, last season, was seconds away from reaching the program’s tenth state tournament appearance before being eliminated by Midlothian Heritage, 55-53.…

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GBB: Maidens Begin 2017-18 Regular Season Practices

October 18, 2017

The 2017-18 regular season is officially underway this week for the Seminole Maiden basketball program, as official pre-season practices were scheduled to begin today (Wednesday).

SHS will open the season with a scheduled Nov. 4 road scrimmage against Midland Lee, followed by a Nov. 7 road game against Snyder.
Seminole’s first home game of the 2017-18 regular season is slated to take place on Tuesday, Nov.…

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Volleyball: Maidens Move to 8-0 in 2-4A Play Tuesday

October 18, 2017

The Seminole Maidens continued to roll through the 2-4A volleyball landscape Tuesday evening, as SHS defeated the Brownfield Lady Cubs in straight sets at the Seminole High School Gymnasium.

Maiden senior Taylor Roberts finished with a game high 15 kills and added in 10 digs to lead SHS to a 25-19, 25-13, 25-16 victory over the Lady Cubs.…

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Football: Looking to Maintain Focus

October 18, 2017

Seminole to Host Rival Lamesa in District Play Friday

Heading into last week’s preparations against the Pecos Eagles, Seminole head football coach Kent Jackson openly admitted on several occasions his Indian football team had an “off week” of preparations prior to their 35-32 victory over the Rangers two weeks ago at Wigwam Stadium.…

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Football: Seminole Blasts Past Eagles, 57-6

October 14, 2017

PECOS — The only thing the Seminole Indians weren’t successful with on Friday evening was the opening coin toss prior to the start of their District 2-4A, Div. II showdown with the Pecos Eagles.

By racking up 491 yards of total offense, allowing just 113 total yards and the creation of four turnovers defensively, the Indians improved to 3-0 in district play following a 57-6 rout of the Eagles in front of a sparse crowd at Pecos ISD’s Rotary Field.…

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Football: Tribe Travels to Pecos for Another Key 2-4A, Div. II Showdown

October 13, 2017

Just over one year ago — Oct. 7, 2016 to be factual — the Seminole Indians found themselves in a “must win” situation heading into their third District 2-4A, Div. II game of the 2016 season — a home contest against the Pecos Eagles.

In an 0-2 District 2-4A, Div. II hole, the Indians emerged with that “must win” victory over the Eagles, posting a 44-21 outing that helped fuel the Indians on a 7-2 run for the remainder of their historic 2016 season, which ended with a Class 4A, Div.…

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CC: Maidens Capture 2-4A Title; Indians Clinch Regional Berth

October 13, 2017

LUBBOCK — Behind freshman Hailey Davis, the Seminole Maiden varsity cross country team ended a five-year district championship streak held by area rival Levelland, as the SHS women captured the 2017 District 2-4A title following district competition held at Mae Simmons Park.

Their Indian counterparts, in their own 2-4A battle, rallied behind top-ten medalist finishes from Micah Smith and Joey Neudorf to secure third place in the team standings and a berth to the Class 4A Region I Championships.…

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Football: Tribe Fends Off Rangers in 35-32 Thriller

October 6, 2017

As defined, the word resiliency means to: (have) the ability to spring back into shape; elasticity.

The Seminole Indians showed a perfect example of resiliency on Friday evening, as they overcame a season high four turnovers and a duel-threat offensive attack from Midland Greenwood to secure a key 35-32 District 2-4A, Div.…

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Football: Tribe Dominates Monahans in 2-4A Opener

September 30, 2017

MONAHANS — As it has been for a majority of the 2017 season, the Seminole Indians’ story line through their first four games had been the play of the defense and special teams groups.

Such was the case again on Friday evening, as the Indians used both phases of the game — as well as a clock-grinding offensive attack — to secure a 30-13 District 2-4A, Div.…

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