Football: Seminole’s Moore Verbally Commits to Texas

April 25, 2017

Seminole junior Reese Moore and his family have logged thousands of miles over the past school year.

To be in the ballpark, around 14,000 miles, according to a social media post by his mother, Kathy Moore.

There were miles logged to visit the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Ark. Then there was some additional mileage to visit the University of Oklahoma in Norman.…

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Track: Seminole’s Hindman Inks with USF

April 25, 2017

A three-time, Class 4A regional qualifier as a pole vaulter for the Seminole Indian track and field program will be taking his talents north of Seminole upon his graduation from SHS this May.

Way north.

In a ceremony held Friday morning in front of family, friends and classmates at the Seminole High School Library, SHS senior Alex Hindman signed a national letter-of-intent to become a member of the University of Sioux Falls (South Dakota) mens track and field team.…

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Golf: Maidens 2nd Following Opening Round of 1-4A Regional Tourney

April 25, 2017

LUBBOCK — A nine-stroke difference separates former district rivals Andrews and Seminole, as the two girls golf programs battle for regional bragging rights at the 2017 UIL’s Region I-4A Golf Championships, which saw opening round action held Monday at Shadow Hills Golf Course.

Seminole’s Alyssa Garcia fired a round of 77 while fellow teammate Lauren Franco was one shot behind with a 78 to help the Maidens finish with an opening round team score of 324.…

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Texas Senate endorses letting home-schoolers play in UIL

April 20, 2017

AUSTIN (AP) — The Texas Senate has approved a bill that would allow home-schooled students to participate in public school sports and other activities.

Texas has about 350,000 home-schooled students who are currently barred from competing in the University Interscholastic League, the state’s governing body for high school sports.

Supporters of the measure say those families are active in their communities and pay taxes that support local schools.…

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Softball: Vaughn Tosses Perfect Game in 8-0 Win Over Lamesa

April 19, 2017

Seminole junior pitcher Jodie Vaughn had flirted with perfection on three different occasions prior to Tuesday evening, with one of those bids ending with a no-hitter in a 6-0 win over Denver City in mid-March, and the other two bids ending with one-hit victories over Denver City and Brownfield in the first round of District 2-4A play.…

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Track: Maidens 6th, Indians 3rd in 2-4A Championships

April 18, 2017

SHS to Send Several Qualifiers to Area Meet Thursday

DENVER CITY — A host of Seminole High School female and male track and field athletes will compete at the 2017 District 1-4A/2-4A Area Track and Field Championships, following their placing at the 2017 District 2-4A Championships held last week at Mustang Stadium.…

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Seminole Head VB Position Remains Open; Fry Turns Down SISD Offer

April 13, 2017

In a whirlwind of events, the Seminole High School head volleyball coach’s vacancy went from filled back to vacant in a matter of 72 hours, after the coach tabbed for the vacancy informed Seminole ISD officials on Thursday he would not be taking the job.

Seminole ISD officials confirmed this past Tuesday morning of the hiring of Troy Fry as SHS’ new head volleyball coach.…

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Softball: Maidens Run Rule Fillies, 11-1

April 12, 2017

The Seminole Maidens racked up 11 hits in 29 total plate appearances, as they cruised to an 11-1 run-rule victory over the visiting Denver City Fillies in District 2-4A play held Tuesday evening at the SISD Softball Stadium.

Seminole senior 3B Kierra Mendoza and junior P Jodie Vaughn each had three hits a piece in Tuesday’s win, which saw the Maidens move to 5-2 in district play heading into Thursday afternoon’s district road game at Brownfield.…

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Volleyball: Fry Hired to Take Over as New Seminole VB Head Coach

April 11, 2017

Seminole ISD officials confirmed on Tuesday morning of the hiring of a new head coach for the storied Maiden volleyball program.

According to SISD Superintendent Gary Laramore, members of the Seminole ISD Board of Trustees — in their regular monthly meeting held Monday evening — approved of the hiring of Troy Fry as SHS’ new head volleyball coach.…

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Golf: Maidens, Indians Capture 2-4A District Titles Monday

April 11, 2017

Bragging rights in the District 2-4A golf world will remain in Seminole for the until the start of the 2018 golf season, as the Seminole High School Maiden and Indian varsity squads both brought home 2017 District Championships, following final round action of the district tournament held at the Gaines County Golf Course.…

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