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Sun
11
Aug
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GO BIG RED

The Perryton Rangers’ football season practice began Monday, Aug. 5. Pictured above, #55 Pedro Martinez runs through lineman drills during the opening practice for this season. They will play their first scirmmage Aug. 16 with Canyon in Perryton. The Rangers will face the Demons in Dumas for their season opener on Aug. 30. (Photo courtesy of David Erickson)

 

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Sun
04
Aug
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GO BIG RED!

The Perryton Junior High cheerleaders held a mini cheer camp for girls ages 4 to 5th grade. There were a whopping 75 girls that participated this year, compared to 44 for last year’s cheer camp. They learned cheers, chants, a dance routine, spiriting, jumps, basic stunting and tumbling. They will perform at one junior high basketball and one junior high football game.

 

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Sun
28
Jul
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Davis wins junior PGA championship

Jaxon Davis of Perryton won the Texas Junior PGA Championship in the boys ages 9-10 division, played at Brookhaven Country Club in Dallas July 22-23.

He shot a two day total of 74, winning by two shots over second place finisher Landon Hilario of Dallas. Chase Ramon of McKinney was third with 78.

By winning the championship, he earned a spot on the Northern Texas Junior Cup Team, with will play against the Southern Texas Junior Cup Team in late September at The Club at Carlton Woods in the Woodlands, north of Houston.

 

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Sun
21
Jul
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Bietz named to regional baseball team

Hayden Bietz, a sixth grader at Perryton Junior High, was selected as a member of the 2019 USSSA All American team for the Midwest Region.

He went through a rigorous tryout in Albuquerque, NM in June, and was one player of 25 selected from approximately 500 other 11U players. He will represent his region as a pitcher and first baseman at the All American games in Viera, FL at the end of the month.

 

 

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Thu
04
Jul
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Where are they now?...Wade Jennings

Wade Jennings is another outstanding Perryton product. The son of Don and Carol Jennings graduated from Perryton High School in 2000. He then headed to Texas Tech University to pursue an engineering degree. After a few semesters, Jennings decided that was not the career for him.

He took a break from his education and tested the job market to take care of his young family. The initial work for a wireless internet company was exciting and dangerous. Jennings climbed huge towers while only being secured with a thin rope. It took nerves of steel in the Texas wind.

 

 

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Sun
23
Jun
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JUNIOR GOLF CAMP

—Over 35 junior golfers participated in this year’s junior golf camp. They received instruction in putting, chipping, pitching, full shots, drives and golf rules. The three day camp ended with a drive, chip and put challenge that the campers really enjoyed. Helping with the camp were Perryton Golf Club PGA pro Jeff Bietz, Perryton High School golf coach Darrin Davis and PHS varsity golfer and 2018 UIL golf state qualifier Cuyler Waide.

 

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Thu
23
May
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TOPS IN TENNIS

—Receiving awards in tennis at the PHS All Sports Banquet May 6 were, form left, Alejandro Granillo, Boys Fighting Heart; Denisse Melendez and Emily Marquez, Outstanding Girl Tennis Players; Fabian Borunda, Outstanding Boys Tennis Player; and Ashlyn McDaniel, Girls Fighting Heart.

 

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Thu
23
May
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GIRLS TRACK AWARDS

—Several Rangerettes earned honors for girls track, with the awards presented during the All Sports Banquet May 6. The 4 x 400 relay team of from left, Jacqui Sanchez, Christiana Broadbent, Kinzey Maley, Graison Moseley and Kennedy Maley earned the Fighting Heart Award, and Kennedy Maley and Alyssa Rutz shared the Most Valuable award.

 

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Sun
12
May
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POWERLIFTING HONORS

Members of the PHS powerlifting teams recognized at the All Sports Banquet May 6 were, from left, Josue Becerril, Outstanding Powerlifter; Karen Becerril, Fighting Heart Award; Nayeli Miranda, Outstanding Powerlifter, and Matthew Cano, Fighting Heart Award.

 

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Sun
12
May
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VOLLEYBALL HONORS

Volleyball players recognized at the All Sports Banquet May 6 were Hadley DeSantiago, left, Most Valuable Player; and Alyssa Glassey, Volleyball Fighting Heart Award.

 

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