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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

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By  BARB AMRHEIN AMARILLO — Three points is all that separated the Dumas Demons from winning the District 3-5A championships, but nobody in the Demon camp really seemed to mind. Randall won with 56 points followed by Dumas with 59 and Canyon with 67, but the Demons are moving on to...
After a long and problematic drive to Canyon for the Lathrop Memorial Cross Country meet at WT, the Dumas Junior High and JV teams showed up in time to compete. Due to some bus issues, both the boys and girls junior high teams missed their races and had to compete...
The varsity boys and girls cross country team left Dumas early Friday morning to go compete on the state course in Round Rock at the McNeil Invitational, and compete they did. Both teams saw big improvements, and a few change-ups in their top runners.  The varsity girls team (paced by...
Above: Photo by Michael Keough The Dumas High School cross country team ran at the Lubbock Invitational this past weekend. We had some very positive finishes, but we also had our eyes opened to what we need to do before district and region if we want to make it out...

Bobcats edge Vega 17-16

Above: Photo by Angaleta Crenshaw The Sunray Bobcats played never-give-up-football Friday, defeating the Vega Longhorns 17-16. Sunray used up most of the first quarter with a 12-play drive, culminating with Luis Cadena kicking a 19-yard field goal to give Sunray a 3-0 lead. The Bobcat defense held Vega scoreless in the...

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