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19
Mar
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PHS Boys Golf

PHS Boys Golf

The Ranger golf team carried their bags for a 36-hole event in Amarillo last weekend. The first 18 holes were played Friday at the Amarillo Country Club. The next 18 holes were at the Tascosa Country Club on Saturday.

The Rangers faced tough competition but played very well against larger schools. Randall High School won with a team total of 605. Tascosa High School was second carding 614. Amarillo High School was third with 645 strokes. Perryton was a close fourth with a 649 total. Hereford (703), Pampa (711) and Lubbock Mon-terrey (774) rounded out the field.

Randall’s Stetson Provence earned the top medalist spot by shooting 71-74 for a 145 total. Cuyler Waide shot 79-76 for 155 which landed him in seventh place. Skyler Hall was close behind for Perryton as he shot 77-81 for a 158 to place 10th.

 

 

Thu
19
Mar
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PHS Track & Field

The Perryton High School track teams hosted the Perryton Invitational track meet on Thursday. It was a shortened event due to the combination of both the junior and senior high school meets to one day in order to bypass the weather. Thirty-four teams competed in the busy one-day event.

The Rangers won the boys’ side with 145 team points. Dumas was second with 137 points. The Rangerettes placed second as a team behind Dumas. Dumas compiled 155 points while Perryton totaled 138 points.

Perryton gained numerous points in the distance races. Fernando Borunda won the 800 meter run in 2:02.20. Jorge Palma placed second for Perryton. Gisselle Hernandez ran second for the Rettes in 2:36.51. Sofia Flores finished third for Perryton.

 

 

Thu
19
Mar
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’Rettes Softball

Rangerettes play in River Road Tourney

The Rangerette softball team continues to improve as the district season approached. They were able to play three games in the River Road Tournament, until the weather complicated matters. The Rettes picked up two wins while going 2-1 at the tournament.

The Rettes opened play against the Childress Lady Bobcats. Thursday’s game was close, with the teams trading runs in the first few innings. A late rally by the Lady Bobcats gave them the victory by the score of 9-6.

Cassidee Butler (1-6) pitched masterfully for the Rettes. Once again, she picked up the loss due to fielding errors by the Rangerettes. Butler allowed 8 hits while walking 1 and striking out 2 Lady Bobcats. She only allowed 3 earned runs in the loss. The Rettes committed 5 errors, which allowed for 6 unearned runs. Butler has been plagued by costly errors in the field while she is pitching this season. Her record should be 4-2 without the fielding errors.

 

 

Sun
08
Mar
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Rettes struggle against Bushland

The power hitting Lady Falcons were too much for the Rangerettes on Tuesday. Perryton traveled to Bushland to face the tough Lady Falcons squad. Bushland has an overpowering offense that can knock the cover off the softball and outstanding pitching from several different pitchers. That offense and pitching allowed the Lady Falcons to defeat the Rettes easily by the final score of 20-0 in four innings.

Bushland jumped out to an overwhelming lead by the score of 10-0 in the first inning. Nine of those runs were the result of Rangerette fielding errors. The Lady Falcons scored 2 runs in both the second and third innings while holding the Rettes scoreless. Bushland scored 6 more runs in the fourth inning to win by the run rule total.

 

 

Sun
01
Mar
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Several choir students headed to state event

Several choir students headed to state event
Several choir students headed to state event

Perryton High School choir students competed during the UIL District Vocal Solo/Ensemble Contest on Saturday, Feb. 22, at Canyon High School.

Performers are ranked from superior to excellent to good, with the difficulty of each performance rated from most difficult at grade 1 to least difficult at grade 3.

Students qualifying for state with superior ratings on grade 1 solos included Luis Assad, Abigail Baker, William Baker, Hope De Santiago, Kinley Gilbert, Fernando Gutierrez, Jonah Karber, Kalie Karr, Jocelyn Medina, Robert Montgomery, Chase Roberts, Alyssa Rutz, Jacob To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/Perryton%20HeraldID350/

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Sun
01
Mar
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Four Rettes make All District

Four Rettes make All District

Four Rangerettes were named to the All District 4-4A Basketball team.

Making the All District team were junior Gisselle Hernandez and senior Cassidy Farney. Earning honorable mention honors were Junior Morgyn Vela and senior Kenzie Maley.

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Thu
27
Feb
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Rette powerlifters qualify for regional meet

The PHS powerlifting teams competed in Highland Park on Saturday in the last qualifying meet for the girls to reach the regional meet. The Ranger team competed with only three lifters and finished second. The Rangerettes took 19 lifters of which most lifted in the same weight class. The Rettes took second place as well.

For the Rangers, Petey Martinez was first in the 181-pound class. Ubaldo Tarango lifted to first in the 242-pound group. Miguel Celis placed second in the 275-pound class.

In the girls’ side, Leslie Morales was first in her class. Others in her group from Perryton included Evelyn Becerril (fifth), Fatima Estrada (sixth), Karyme Rojo (ninth). Alyson Ortiz easily won her class. Other Rettes in her group included Vanessa Hernandez (second), Lupita Ramirez (third), Maria Francia (eighth) and Lilliana Lopez (14th).

 

 

Thu
27
Feb
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Rangers upset Eagles

Rangers upset Eagles

The Ranger basketball team entered the first round of the post-season playoffs as huge underdogs. The Rangers faced the Canyon Eagles in a bi-district game in Panhandle on Tuesday. Canyon was predicted to win this contest easily. The Rangers came to play and had a different idea. Perryton won the game with aggressive defense by the final score of 31-28.

The Rangers took the floor and set the tone for the game early. They challenged every Eagle shot, rebounded well, played tenacious defense and worked their own offense. Perryton rode their first quarter lead to the victory. Ryan Davis and Pablo Perez each scored 4 points in the first quarter to lead the Rangers. Brayden Klafka converted two free throws to round out the totals. Perryton led 10-4 at the end of the first quarter.

Thu
27
Feb
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Rette softball starts

’Rettes Softball

The 2020 Perryton High School softball team takes the field under the direction of a new coach this year. Though she is new to this title, Coach Tessa Powell knows the program and the game. Powell was a star on the same field she now coaches on, played college softball for Texas Tech University and has been a successful head coach elsewhere.

She has been an assistant coach for the Rettes in previous seasons but takes over the program this year. She is assisted this year by Coach Jamie Watts.

Perryton’s varsity roster this year includes Dalia Becerril, Cassidee Butler, Kilee Cowan, Andrea Fabela, Ivana Garcia, Kenia Hernandez, Cassie Landeros, Jessica Mandujano, Jocelyn Medina, Tanya, Navarette, Anahi Ramirez, Tori Rivera, Elektra Rowland, Mya Valenzuela and Aliyah Valenzuela.

 

 

Sun
23
Feb
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Lifters crush competition

Lifters crush competition

The PHS powerlifting squads competed in a rare Thursday meet in Borger. Despite being a weekday, the outcome was the same. Both the Rangers and Rangerettes easily defeated the competition to take first place.

The Rangerettes had eight first place lifters. Estefania Espino, Carolina Holguin, Dalia Becerril, Cheyanne Buck, Nuvia Gonzalez, Alejandra Salas, Andrea Fabela and Irma Rodriquez all easily outlifted the competition to win gold.

All the Rangerette lifters who did not finish in first place were in weight classes where one of their teammates won. Third place finishers for Perryton included Melissa Ramos and Rubi Borjas. Aliyah Valenzuela and Daniela Llamas were fourth and fifth respectively in their class. Evelyn Becerril (seventh), Fatima Estrada (eighth), Catey Thomas (11th) and Dennise Gomez (12th) competed in the same weight class.

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