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Thu
25
Apr
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Several track athletes advance

PHS Track & Field

Several Rangers and Rangerettes competed in the Area Track Meet last week and a few athletes will be advancing to the Regional Track Meet. By the time the last tape had been broken, seven Rangers advanced in six events and two Rangerettes advanced in two events. In addition, a Ranger and Rangerette relay team advanced.

Fernando Borunda took first in the 800-meter run to advance in 2:03.14. He narrowly missed advancing in the 400-meter run as he finished fifth in 53.20 seconds. Gisselle Hernandez (2:37.74) and Yancey Judice (2:41.4) finished sixth and seventh in the 800-meters. Paola Uribe

(13.39) ran eighth in the 100-meter dash.

 

 

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Thu
25
Apr
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Rettes close out season

’Rettes Softball

The Rangerette softball team ended their season with losses against Borger and Dalhart.

The Rangerettes traveled to Borger April 16 to face the Lady Bulldogs for the second time on the district season. Borger won the first contest by the score of 14-2 in Perryton in 5 innings. Both teams have improved since that game as they compete in a tough district.

The Rettes jumped on the board early to take a 2-0 lead in their half of the first inning. Borger matched those runs on the bottom of the first to tie the game. From that point on, it was all Borger. Fielding errors and big hits allowed the Lady Bulldogs to win by the final score of 22-5 in 5 innings.

Cassidy Butler took to the circle for the Rettes. She allowed 18 earned runs on 13 hits while walking 4 batters. Perryton committed 6 fielding errors which allowed for the 4 unearned runs.

 

 

Thu
18
Apr
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PHS tennis competes at district tournament

PHS Tennis

The District 4-4A tennis tournament was recently held in Pampa at their outstanding tennis complex. The district is loaded with talent in all groups of play. Perryton’s tennis athletes competed well but none could advance out of district.

In singles play , Ranger Fabian Borunda was defeated 3-6, 2-6. Zeke Farney fell in his match 2-6, 1-6. In boy’s doubles play, Cayden Brown and Steven Cook won 6-3, 6-4. They controlled the action and play at the net in the win. Jaziel Contreras and Alexis Navarette lost 2-6, 3-6.

In singles play, the Rettes were defeated in a couple of highly contested matches. Ashlynn McDaniel lost 6-7, 2-6. Natasha Hardy was defeated by the scores of 5-7, 3-6. In doubles, Emily Marquez and Denisse Melendez lost 3-6, 2-6.

 

 

Thu
11
Apr
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Lady Harvesters sweep Rangerettes

’Rettes Softball

The Rangerette softball team hosted the Pampa Lady Harvesters on Saturday. The Rettes needed a win to enter the playoff picture. The Lady Harvesters looked to keep up with the Dumas Demonettes with a victory. Pampa defeated the Rettes earlier in the season by the score of 20-10 in Pampa.

Pampa continued their aggressive play as they defeated the Rangerettes by the score of 22-0 in five innings on Saturday. Pampa’s bats were on fire as they pounded out 14 hits, including 3 homeruns in the win. The Rettes committed 6 fielding errors in the loss. Cassidy Butler pitched for Perryton. She walked 6 Lady Harvesters while striking out 2 batters.

Perryton struggled at the plate by only producing 5 hits. Jackie Hernandez led the Rangerettes offensively by going 2 for 3 at the plate. Cassie Landeros, Karen Becerril and Nayeli Miranda each batted 1 for 2 on the day. Perryton stranded all five of their base runners on base in the game.

 

Thu
11
Apr
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Ranger track runs in Liberal meet

PHS Track & Field

The Ranger track team ran in their final warm-up meet on Friday in Liberal. Liberal serves as the last meet before the district meet. Perryton’s limited squad competed against eight teams at the Liberal High School Invitational meet. The meet is close to home and allows the Rangers to compete in some new events.

Dodge City won the meet with a team total of 176 points. Scott Community ran second with a point total of 116.5. Perryton was third as a team with 60 points.

The relay races and field events are where the Rangers gained all their points. The 4x400 relay team of Klafka, Arellano, Gabriel and Ramirez ran second with a time of 3:31.91. The team of Palma, Ceniceros, Townsend and Borunda ran second in the 4x800 in 9:03.25. The 4x100 team of Klafka, Loma, Castanon and Patton took fourth in 45.92 seconds.

 

 

Sun
07
Apr
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’Rettes Softball

The Rangerette softball team began the second round of district play against the district leader on Tuesday. They traveled to Dumas in hopes of avenging their 31-1 loss earlier in the season. Dumas fields a very talented team that shines both offensively and on defense. They cruised through the first round of district play.

The Demonettes fired on all cylinders on Tuesday and won the game easily by the score of 24-0 in 5 innings. The potent Dumas offense exploded in the third inning and took control of the game. They showered the field with 26 hits in the game which produced the 24 earned runs. Seven of those hits were extra base hits including two home runs.

 

 

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Thu
04
Apr
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Track competes at the Falcon Relays

PHS Track & Field

As the district track meet looms, the PHS track teams are gearing up for success. Both teams ran in the Falcon Relays in Bushland on Friday. The Rangers finished first as a team while the Rettes ran third. Each squad is improving on already strong results.

The Rangers led the team totals with 159 points. Dalhart was second with 135 points. Other team totals included Bushland (112), Groom (85.5), Borger (77), River Road (21) and Happy

(7.5). Amarillo High School led the girls’ side with 117.33 points. Bushland was second with 109.33 points. Other team totals were Perryton

 

 

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Thu
04
Apr
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PHS tennis competes at Panhandle Invitational

PHS Tennis

Coach Toby Brown continued his busy schedule of being the sole leader of the Perryton tennis program. He spent most of last week hauling his kids to compete at both the JV and varsity levels. Brown coached and monitored 26 athletes of both genders and 48 matches last week. It seemed like he was in multiple places at once.

The varsity competed at the Panhandle Invitational. The PHS squads had two third place finishes last week. The mixed doubles team of Andres Rivas and Wendy Gonzales took third by winning four of five matches. They swept their first three matches by the scores of 8-6, 8-2 and 8-6. The pair lost in the semifinals to the eventual champions by the scores of 4-6, 3-6. They bounced back and took the third-place match by the total of 8-2. The mixed doubles team of Alejandro Granillo and Natasha Hardy won 8-3 and lost 3-8.

 

 

Thu
04
Apr
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Dalhart defeats Rettes

‘Rettes Softball

The Rangerette softball team closed out the first round of district play with a trip to Dalhart on Saturday. Both the Rettes and the Lady Wolves were in search of their first district win. The victory would place the winning team in line for a playoff spot as well.

Defensive errors caused the Rettes problems again as they lost to the Lady Wolves by the final score of 19-9.

Cassidy Butler pitched for Perryton. She allowed 9 earned runs on 18 hits. She pitched well by striking out three Lady Wolves and walking four batters.

Perryton committed 7 fielding errors, which was the difference in the game. The errors allowed 10 unearned runs.

 

 

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Sun
31
Mar
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Lady Bulldogs run rule Rettes

’Rettes Softball

The Rangerettes softball team hosted the Borger Lady Bulldogs on Tuesday at the Rangerette Softball Complex. The Rettes were looking to secure their first district win while the Bulldogs needed a win to keep pace with district leading Dumas and Pampa.

The Borger squad has been loaded with powerhitting over the last several years and this team is no different. Perryton struggled defensively in the first inning which allowed Borger to set up the victory with 11 runs. The Lady Bulldogs went on to win by the final score of 14-2 in 5 innings.

 

 

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