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Fri
17
Nov
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Mustangs run away with 60-14 victory

The Rangers bi-district game against Sweetwater Thursday evening in Childress started out promising, but the Mustangs’ powerful offense proved too much for the Rangers, and costly penalties on Perryton gave the Mustangs field advantage.

The Mustangs took a decisive 60-14 victory and the bi-district title. 

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Fri
17
Nov
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Lynxettes bite Rettes

The Rangerettes opened their home season on Tuesday. They hosted a resurgent Lynxette team from Spearman. Perryton entered the game coming off their first loss of the season to the powerful Nazareth Swiftettes.

The Rangerettes struggled offensively against the Swiftettes in the second half of that loss and the struggles continued in the first quarter of this game. Spearman jumped out to a 14-5 lead off the hot shooting of sophomore Maddie McCloy. She scored 9 points to open the game.

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Wed
15
Nov
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Swiftettes defeat Rettes

The powerhouse 1A basketball team from Nazareth appears to be loaded again. The Rangerettes travelled to White Deer High School to meet up with Nazareth last Saturday. The Swiftettes flexed their collective muscles and defeated Perryton by the final score of 63-27.

Nazareth jumped out to lead 16-10 after the first quarter despite three-point baskets by Kynleigh Vela, Hannah North and Giselle Hernandez for the Rettes. North nailed two more three-pointers in the second quarter but Nazareth extended their lead to the score of 31-18 at the half.

 

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Sat
11
Nov
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Rangers drill Dalhart 33-7; headed to bi-district playoffs

The Rangers dominated the Dalhart Golden Wolves Friday night on the road and came home with a big 33-7 win.

The victory makes the Rangers the second seed out of District 1-4A, DII, in the bi-district round of the playoffs, with a 3-1 district record. Bushland was a perfect 4-0, Denver City was 2-2, Dalhart had a 1-3 record and Brownfield was 0-3. The top four move into the playoffs.

Perryton will play Sweetwater in the bi-district round at a time and place to be determined.

On Friday night in Dalhart, the game was all Rangers, dominating on both offense and defense. The Perryton defense allowed only five gains over 10 yards all night on 44 plays by the Golden Wolves. The Ranger defense also intercepted two passes and recovered two fumbles in the contest.

 

Sat
11
Nov
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Rettes dominate Lady Bobcats

The Rangerette basketball team continues to fire on all cylinders in the early season. They opened the season with a commanding win over the Clarendon Lady Broncos on Saturday. Perryton continued their winning ways Tuesday with a trip to Sunray. The Rettes and Lady Bobcats historically play each other tough early in the season.

The Rettes took control in the first quarter and never looked back. Kynleigh Vela led all scorers in the quarter with five points including a three-point bucket. Hannah North and Jontra Anderson each tossed in a three pointer to set the tone. The Rettes led by the score of 14-8 at the end of the first quarter.

Cassidy Farney scored all four of her points in the second quarter and North nailed another three-point basket to extend the Rettes’ lead to 27-11 at the half. The Rangerettes turned up the heat on defense to hold the Lady Bobcats to only three points in the second quarter.

 

Wed
08
Nov
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Rette hoopsters open season with Clarendon

Coach Will McKethan’s Rangerette basketball team may be inexperienced but they are not easily intimidated. The Rettes opened the season on the road in a tough venue at Clarendon with only four girls off last year’s varsity team. The Lady Broncos perpetually play the Rettes tough and are a strong early season test.

Perryton was up for the test as they pulled off the victory by the final score of 39-32. The Rettes came out strong by controlling the action in the first quarter. They led by the score of 10- 6 as the period ended. Perryton capitalized on threepoint baskets by returning varsity players Kynleigh Vela and Jontra Anderson to set the tone in the opening quarter.

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Wed
01
Nov
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PHS Deputies JV Football

The PHS JV football team played Dalhart there Oct. 26, winning 30-0. Perryton led 16-0 after the first quarter, and was up 22- 0 at the half. Their last trip into the end zone was in the third period. The offense had 39 carries for 285 yards. Top rushers were Tatum Lilly, 17 carries for 223 yards and three touchdowns; Josue Becerril, 13 carries for 66 yards and one touchdown; and Kaden Williams, 9 carries for 24 yards.

 

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Sat
28
Oct
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Rangers take down Cubs, 33-20

Perryton’s outstanding ground game, and plenty of key plays by the defense, propelled the Rangers to a 33-20 victory over the Brownfield Cubs Friday night at Ranger Field. The win improves Perryton’s district record to 2-1. They will be off next Friday, before facing their final district contest in Dalhart Nov. 10. In other district action, Denver City handled Dalhart, 30-7.

Brownfield had to punt on its opening possession, after quarterback Brock Sires was dropped for a six yard loss and an incomplete pass almost picked off by Ranger Matthew Cano.

The Rangers got down to business at their own 39 yard line. Will Cator made a yard, then got the hand off again and took the ball 60 yards downfield for the score. The extra point try was no good, but Perryton led 6-0 2 1⁄2 minutes into the game.

 

Sat
28
Oct
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Rettes close out volleyball

The Rangerette volleyball team closed out their 2017 season with a record that wasn’t near what they desired. Nonetheless, the Rettes took great steps in rebuilding the program. First year Rangerette head coach Donna Gent worked hard to implement her program and the future looks bright.

The Rettes traveled to Dalhart to face a long-term nemesis in the Lady Wolves to end the 2017 campaign. The Lady Wolves could use a victory in hopes of moving up the district rankings. The Rettes looked to be a thorn in the Lady Wolves’ side by pulling off the upset and placing Dalhart in the last playoff spot.

Perryton played some of their best volleyball of the season on Tuesday but came up short. Dalhart won the match in three games by the scores of 25-12, 25-17 and 25-10.

 

Wed
25
Oct
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Cross country runs at regional meet

The Perryton High School cross country teams completed another successful year with a trip to the regional meet in Lubbock on Monday.

The Rangers competed as a team after finishing second at the district meet at Wolf Creek Park. Two of the Rangerettes’ top runners competed as individuals in the girls’ race after finishing in the top 10 of the district meet.

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