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CHS Track

Both CHS girls and boys track teams competed in Eastland last Thursday, March 23. The Comanche Boys varsity team placed 5th with 90 points and the Comanche JV boys place 2nd with 147 points. The CHS Varsity Maidens placed 7th and the JV Maidens placed 1st with 175 points

Ty McCullough, Grayland Jackson, Alan Schulte, Michael Constancia

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CHS BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL

Trent Strickland winning picture in the 4 to 0 win over Bangs.
He went 3.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 5 BB, 5 K

Varsity Maiden Pitcher: Chloe Williams went 6 IP, 5 Hits, 8-R, 6-ER, 7 BB, 10 K, 2-HBP
in the swirling winds in Bangs, Texas.

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Congratulations to Pedro Bernal for taking 5th place with a weight of 1,500lbs at the State Powerlifting Competition!

Seniors Tennis Players Carly Mazurek & Jaden Pyburn

off to the Championship
games after placing 2nd in doubles tennis at regionals!
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Spring Sports Schedule

March 23-District Tennis-Early-There
March 23_High School Track_Eastland_There
March 24_High School Baseball_Bangs_There
March 24_High School Softball_Bangs_There
March 25_Boys State PW Tour_Abileen_There
March 27_District Golf Tourny_Brownwood_There
March 28_High School Basketball_Brady_Here
March 28_High School Softball_Brady_Here

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CHS GOLF

Round 1 of the District 6-AAA Golf Tournament at Hideout Golf Club at Lake Brownwood is in the books and Comanche’s Boys Team 1 is leading with a total score of 346. Comanche’s Boys Team 2 is trailing with a total score of 405. Brady is second with a score of 358. In the girls tournament Brady is leading after round with a total score of 410. Round two of the district 6-AAA Golf Tournament will resume at Comanche’s PAR Country Club, April 3.

Out at second base:

Maiden catcher, Ashley Jones throws a perfect ball to catch a Lady Dragon.
But the Maidens could not muster up any offense and lost the game 8-1.

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JV Maidens softball win in Bangs

Comanche JV Maiden’s 15
JV Bangs Lady Dragons 8
Batting
Vicki Lopez 1-1; 1-HR (inside the park grand slam), 4-RBI, 2-R, 2-BB
Lizzeth Gomez 2-2; 1-RBI, 2-R
Kenia Hernandez 1-1; 1-2B, 2-R, 1-BB
Cassie Duran 1-2; 1-R
Pitching
Carly Rodriguez 3-IP, 5-H, 5-BB, 2-K, 8-R, 6-ER

CHS Cross Country Results

The CHS cross country teams competed at a Stephenville meet on Wednesday.
Alan Schulte had Comanche’s best finish with a fifth place (18.05) in the varsity boys division. Other Indian runners were Marco Ramirez, Leonel Munoz, Jaden Pyburn, Caden Jones and Manuel Ramon.
Gracy Schulte was the only varsity Maiden to medal, finishing 14th in 14:10. Other Maiden runners were Madelynn Welch, Vicki Lopez, Gaby Sanchez, Marisa Arreola, Sofia Jimenez and Cheyenne Zwicker.
Cordel Fishback and John Gilliam competed for the JV Indians. Celia Sanchez ran for the JV Maidens.

Indian Cross Country TeamINDIAN CROSS COUNTRY TEAM FOURTH IN DISTRICT RACE: The varsity Indians placed fourth in the team race at the district meet held in Coleman on Monday. Pictured are, left to right, Alan Schulte, Leonel Munoz, Jaden Pyburn, Marco Ramirez, Manuel Ramon, Caden Jones and John Gilliam.

 

 

 

Maiden Cross Country TeamVARSITY MAIDEN CROSS COUNTRY TEAM FOURTH IN DISTRICT MEET: Pictured, left to right, are the Maidens who represented Comanche in the district cross country meet on Monday in Coleman. They are Gracy Schulte, Cheyenne Zwicker, Marisa Arreola, Gaby Sanchez, Madelynn Welch, Victoria Lopez and Sofia Jimenez.

Maiden volleyball team remains a top district race

The CHS Maiden varsity volleyball team split two district contests last week, but remain at the top of the district standings. They dropped the first district contest on Saturday at Dublin.
Eastland
On Tuesday, the Maidens hosted second place Eastland and came away with a three set sweep. Comanche took set one 25-14, set two 25-21 and set three 25-21.
Dublin
On Saturday, the Maidens came out flat and fell to the Lady Lions in straight sets. Dublin took set one 13-25, set two 22-25 and set three 10-25.
The Maidens played Breckenridge here on Tuesday and will travel to Bangs on Saturday for a 6:00 p.m. contest.

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Comanche, Clyde, Brady claim second district wins

Comanche, Clyde, and Brady all remained unbeaten in District 3-AAA play after two weeks of action. Jim Ned, Merkel and Early all slipped to 0-2.
Clyde 72, Early 14
The Clyde Bulldogs rolled up 567 yards of total offense in their 72-14 win over the Early Longhorns. Bulldog quarterback Tanner Riley completed 15 of 17 passes for 296 yards and five touchdowns. Receiver Brandon Berry had three touchdown catches and four receptions good for 159 yards. Kaden Clark led the Bulldog rushers with 82 yards on 6 carries.
Early managed 281 yards of offense with 170 coming through the air. Trace Evans hit on 16 of 36 passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns. Drew Sessler had 9 catches for 136 yards and two touchdowns. Hayden Turner led the Longhorn rushers with 63 yards on 16 carries.

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Eight Warriors edge Merkel Badgers 16-8

The eighth grade Warriors improved to 5-1 on the season with a 16-8 win over Merkel last Thursday.
The first half was scoreless. Comanche got on the scoreboard early in the third quarter on Logan Wilkerson’s one yard TD run. Wilkerson ran in the 2-pointer to give the Warriors an 8-0 lead.
The Badgers scored early in the fourth quarter to knot the score at 8-8. The Warriors answered with a 17-yard Jorge Rios touchdown run. Cash Cook ran in the 2-pointer to bring the final score to 16-8.

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Seventh Warriors record first win over Merkel

The seventh grade Warriors recorded their first win of the season with their 6-0 shutout victory over Merkel here Thursday.
Luke Wilson scored the game’s only points on a 50-yard third quarter run.
On the night, Wilson totaled 101 yards on 10 carries, R. J. Pepper 23 on 5, Samson Smith 6 on 3, Justin Cuellar 5 on 5 and Brady Kirkland 2 on 2.
Hudson Welch completed 3 of 5 passes for 45 yards.
Coach Sanchez said, “I was proud of these guys tonight. They had a great week of practice getting ready for the Badgers. We had some players that were banged up back in action this week. In the first half we had few turnovers that could have got the kids down, but they battled and got the win.”

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Two win Chief Football Contest

The Comanche Chief Football Contest had an unusual outcome this week, a first place tie!
James Ellington and Chance Akin were the only two entries to miss just one game and both entries had the same tie-breaker total of 49 points. They will split first prize, both receiving $25.00.

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Going Nowhere
GOING NOWHERE: Merkel running back is stopped for a loss by Zach Williams.

Indian Reception
INDIAN RECEPTION: Gavin Farrar (45) gathers in a Kade Mercer pass good for 11 yards and a big Indian first down.

Quarterback KeeperQUARTERBACK KEEPER: Kade Mercer picks up a first down against the Badgers. On the night, Mercer completed 5of 7 passes for 38 yards and rushed for 18 yards.

 

 


   
 

 

 

 
 
 

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