Sports

Sat
16
Sep

Cats beat Rangers 36-0

The state ranked Canadian Wildcats came to town Friday night, and handed the Rangers a 36-0 loss, but they had to work for it, particularly in the first half. The game was much more competitive than the score indicates.

The Ranger defense played an outstanding game, particularly with Canadian’s running game, holding the Cats to 5 yards rushing in the first half and 30 overall. They stopped the Cats with no gain or negative yardage on 44% of their carries. Canadian’s passing game was harder to stop, but Perryton defenders batted several passes away.

Perryton’s offense saw improvement, completing several passes and making good ground gains. Sophomore Ryan Davis was in at quarterback for most of the game.

 

Sat
16
Sep

Rangerettes battle to five games

The Rangerette volleyball team continues to improve as the district season looms on the horizon. They hosted the River Road Lady Wildcats on Tuesday on the campus of Perryton High School. The two teams are evenly matched and played a five-game match earlier in the season. River Road slipped away with the home victory in that match.

Tuesday’s match was equally as contested. The two teams battled back and forth through five games. Once again, the Lady Wildcats defeated the Rettes in a five game duel.

 

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Wed
13
Sep

AND THEY’RE OFF

The PHS cross country teams hosted the annual Wolf Creek Classic at Wolf Creek Park on Saturday. The Rangerettes finished second, and the Rangers came in sixth.

 

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Wed
13
Sep

Tennis takes on Palo Duro

The PHS tennis teams had a re-match with the Palo Duro Dons on Saturday. It was the second match of the fall season for Perryton’s teams.

In the boys singles action, the Rangers had a very strong day. Miguel Rosales defeated Ethan Rattana in straight sets by the scores of 6-4 and 6-1. Rosales attacked the net and overpowered Rattana with his serves to win the match easily.

Two other Rangers won their matches in tiebreaker fashion. Daniel Rangel defeated Tan Trinh 6-4, 4-6 and 10-2. Rangel’s stamina showed as he out played Trinh in the tiebreaker. Jayden McLain won his match against Ben Tran by the scores of 7-5, 5-7 and 10-8. The pair were very evenly matched and played an exciting set of games.

 

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Sat
09
Sep

Harvesters blank Rangers, 35-0

The Rangers hosted the Pampa Harvesters Friday night, and ran up against a powerful, experienced offense, losing 35-0.

The Harvesters dominated the game, forcing Perryton to punt on 7 of its 12 possessions. The Ranger defense continued to play well at times, but the offensive could not get on track.

The game started out on an optimistic note, when Nathan Hugg returned the opening kick off 34 yards to the Perryton 39 yard line. But a bad snap on the next play, saw the Rangers lose 13 yards, and despite a small gain by Hugg on the next play, had to punt.

 

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Sat
09
Sep

Rangerettes drop doubleheader

The Rangerette volleyball team continued their trek towards the district season with a double header on Tuesday. The Rettes face the larger school Plainview Lady Bulldogs and the smaller school Highland Park Lady Hornets in back to back games.

The Lady Bulldogs were the Rette’s first opponent. Plainview dominated the match and won in three games by the final scores of 25-18, 25-11 and 25-8. The two teams battled in the first game which was Perryton’s best of the day. The Lady Bulldogs seized control and late in the game with a huge attack at the net.

The Rangerettes struggled defensively in the last two games of the match. The defensive woes prevented the Rettes from generating any offensive charge at the net.

 

Wed
06
Sep

Herald Football Contest Results

Contest Results— Week 1

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

First Place: $20—1 Miss: J. Kenny Norris

Second Place: $10—2 Misses: JJ Gonzales (42 points off tiebreaker: Maryland 10, Texas 40).

 

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Wed
06
Sep

PHS Cross Country

CC teams run in Borger

The PHS cross country teams ran in their first true cross country meet of the year on Saturday. The teams opened the season with a relay event in Canyon and ran this meet at the Borger Invitational in the regular format.

The Rangerettes led by Briana Ceniceros had a very good meet. They finished fourth in the field of 20 teams. Ceniceros ran 14th as Perryton’s top runner with a time of 13:00.34. Liberal’s Katie Horyna won the race in 11:48.34.

 

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Sat
02
Sep

Rangerettes battle Lady Comanches

The West Texas High School Lady Comanches returned the favor and hosted the Rangerette volleyball team on Tuesday. The two teams squared off on Saturday in Perryton and re-matched Tuesday in Stinnett. Just like the match in Perryton, Tuesday’s battle was a close one.

The two teams match up very well in the back court defensively and challenge each other aggressively on each side of the net. The squads are so evenly matched that four of the eight games they’ve played have stretched to extra points.

Tuesday’s match lasted four games with the Lady Comanches pulling out a 3-1 victory. The opening game went back and forth before another late rally by West Texas allowed them to pull out the win, 26-24.

 

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Wed
30
Aug

Rettes fall to West Texas

The 2A West Texas Lady Comanches brought their 4- 4 record into Perryton to face the Rangerette volleyball team on Saturday. This was Perryton’s second home game of the week.

The Rettes were defeated by the Fritch Lady Eagles in three games on Tuesday.

The Rettes and the Lady Comanches were two evenly matched teams on paper and on the court.

All four games of the match were competitive with each team producing streaks of several points being scored in a row

 

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