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Wed
17
Oct
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Herald Football Contest Results

Contest Results— Week 7

PLEASE NOTE: Contest entries and forms (if copied), must be legible in order for them to be counted.

First Place: $20—3 Misses: Dan Kirby

(picked Cowboys to win).

Second Place: $10—3 Misses: Cindy Shackelford (picked Jaguars to win).

4 Misses: Randy McElroy, Neal Hugg, Ronnie Watson, Dustin Bruner.

 

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Wed
17
Oct
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Lady Harvesters defeat Rangerettes

The Rangerette volleyball team hosted the Pampa Lady Harvesters on Saturday in a district match. This was the second time the two teams met in the district season. Pampa easily won the first match between the two teams and the Rettes were looking to avenge that loss.

The Lady Harvesters sit alone in second place and needed a win to stay within striking distance of the Dumas Demonettes. Perryton hoped to play spoiler and secure their first win of the district season.

 

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Sat
13
Oct
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Where are they now?...Cameron Siewert

Cameron Siewert is a free-spirited girl on the move. She is living her dream. Her life has been one that many of us would dream of living since she graduated from Perryton High School in 1999. She had her choice of options after graduation with her superior academic performance in high school

Siewert chose the Ivy League to continue her education. She attended Princeton University and earned a degree anthropology in 2003. That education gave her the choice of occupations to pursue.

She decided to come back to Texas for a year to do an internship at Texas Monthly magazine. After the year, Siewert got a bit antsy and was on the move again. She moved to New York to take a job as an editorial assistant for a travel reviews website startup.

 

 

Sat
13
Oct
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Demonettes sweep Rettes

The Rangerette volleyball team traveled to Dumas to begin the second round of district play on Tuesday. Dumas dominated the Rettes in their first meeting earlier in the season. The Demonettes have controlled and easily won every match in their district season. The Rettes were still looking to gain their first district victory.

Dumas was all business on Tuesday. They overpowered the Rangerettes. The Demonettes won in three games by the scores of 25- 12, 25-3 and 25-9. Dumas held Perryton to only ten offensive points in the match. Twelve of Perryton points originated from defensive blocks and two came off Demonettte hitting errors.

 

 

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Wed
10
Oct
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Herald Sideline Huddle

Here's an inside look at this week's Herald football contest. Picks for the 2018 season are from publisher Mary Dudley, staff reporter Gene Riley, and advertising manager Meagan Rogers. Good luck to our armchair quarterbacks!

 

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Wed
10
Oct
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Rettes fall to Lady Wolves

The Rangerette volleyball team completed the first round of district play with a trip to Dalhart on Saturday. The Rettes hoped to get in the win column in district play. Dalhart looked to stay within striking distance of the Pampa Lady Harvesters who are in second place.

Perryton has struggled in their first three district matches against very powerful teams. The same was true on Saturday. The Lady Wolves controlled the action and won the match easily in 3 games.

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Sat
06
Oct
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Lady Bulldogs bite Rettes

The Rangerettes continue to face very strong district competition. They hosted the Borger Lady Bulldogs on Tuesday in their third district game. Borger is playing strong volleyball and is surprisingly competing for the district championship. The Rettes were still looking to enter the win column.

Borger played exceptionally well at the net and prowled strongly on defense to win Tuesday’s match in three games. The Lady Bulldogs controlled the action in games one and three, which they won easily by the scores of 25-10 and 25-10.

 

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Sat
06
Oct
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Kynleigh Vela named Homecoming Queen

Kynleigh Vela was crowned the 2018 Homecoming Queen before the start of the Rangers-Elks football game.

The other five candidates were Hadley DeSantiago, Haley Harper, Klaudia Johnson, Kate Ramirez, and Paola Torres. They were all escorted by their fathers.

Vela is the daughter of Ramon and Brenna Vela.

She participtes in basketball, student council, choir, FFA and serves as National Honor Society vice president. She is the senior class treasurer.

 

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Wed
03
Oct
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Rettes win Palo Duro Lake Invitational

It was a week with two runs for the Perryton High School cross country teams as they prepare for the district meet. Both runs were close to home and both squads ran very well. After each team finished second in the Guymon Rattlesnake Run on Tuesday, they cinched up the sneakers again on Saturday. The teams ran in Spearman’s Palo Duro Lake XC Invitational. The Rettes took the team title against 14 area squads. The Rangerettes scored 58 points to take the title. Boise City ran second with 79 points. Gruver was third with a distant total of 106 points. Pampa and Borger finished sixth and eleventh respectively

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Sat
29
Sep
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PHS Cross Country

Cross country finishes near the top in Guymon

The PHS cross country teams tightened up their laces and competed in the 2018 Guymon Rattlesnake Run on Tuesday. The course was in good shape and the weather was cool, which set the potential for fast times. The race gave the Perryton squads a chance to run in a different venue against different teams.

Both the Rangers and Rangerettes ran very well, as each team finished second in the standings. The Rangers took second with 61 points behind Guymon who dominated with 17 points. Guymon had 9 of the first 11 finishers and would have sweep the race’s top 10 if it were not for Perryton’s Jorge Palma and Joseph Sell.

 

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