Miles’ Allyson Matheny brings home State Championship in Powerlifting
MILES, Texas – The only thing brighter than the bevy of medals hanging around Miles sophomore Allyson Matheny’s neck is the big smile that graces her face. That smile stems from her bringing home the gold medal and state championship in the 148-weight class girls powerlifting competition. During an hour-long interview that smile never left the visage of the school’s state champion powerlifter. And, rightfully so, because no girl at Miles has ever accomplished what Matheny has.
Huge Feral Hog Killed in Coke County
BRONTE, TX – After months of searching, a Coke County landowner has found and killed a huge feral hog that was damaging area properties. Rico Vargas, a Coke County landowner, has been hunting this particular feral hog that has been terrorizing his and his neighbors land for months. Vargas...
Bluecats Fall to Miles Friday Afternoon
Coleman struggled at the plate, getting only 4 hits off the Bulldogs' pitchers, and lost 2-7 to Miles. In the first inning, Jadin Jackson tripled, but two batters were struck out and one grounded out, so no runners crossed home plate. Jorge Salas was on the mound for Coleman and,...
Sterling City Exhibitor Wins HUGE at Rodeo Houston
HOUSTON, TX – An FFA exhibitor from Sterling City over the weekend came in second at the Houston livestock show. Tristan Hines, 18, of Sterling City, won the Reserve Grand Champion Steer and breed champion. In return for his victory, Hines won a whopping $540,000. The steer was purchased by the Champagne Cowgirls.
Sterling City Tennis picks up their second championship in back-to-back years
SAN ANGELO, Texas — The Sterling City Eagles Tennis team is making history, picking up their second Texas Coaches Association Tennis Championship title in back-to-back years. Last year, the Eagles competed in the 1A division, taking home the championship title, and were determined to do it again this year. With the same group returning, Sterling […]
Miles athletics continue to ride wave of success
Bill Hancock Managing Editor BHancock@CherryRoad.com MILES, TX – In the spring of 2022, the Miles High School 7-on-7 football team won the state championship. It wasn’t an easy task given that they’d lost a game and had to then win 5 games in a row to bring home the hardware. That success could be a…
Carlsbad Center Hiring Event Planned
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission is inviting. qualified jobseekers to learn more about a career working for the. state during a hiring event on Friday. The San Angelo State Supported. Living Center seeks to fill multiple positions, including licensed. vocational nurses, registered nurses, psychiatric nursing assistants,. housekeepers, food...
LIVE! Daily | Coke County Hunters Slay Legendary Hog
Today on LIVE!, Gus Clemens sits down with Joe Hyde to talk wine and politics. In case you missed it, here are some of the news stories from today. The Central Bobcats and Lady Cats' Soccer teams played their regular season finales over the weekend. And finally, Matt Trammell tells...
Grape Creek Eagle Cougar Jetton Signs with McMurry University
GRAPE CREEK, TX — Grape Eagles stand-out Cougar Jetton signed to continue his football career at McMurry University on Friday, Feb. 25, at Grape Creek High School. The Eagles held a small ceremony for Jetton, and as friends and family looked on, he signed his papers with McMurry. Cougar...
buena vista vs. robert lee
Erica Lane who lives in Odessa made it on Billboard Charts. Midland car chase lead to driver crashing into backyard. Windy winds from the weekend into the new week? 02-26-23 The weekend was windy one and now that the weekend is over that doesn't mean that the winds have to be.
HIGHLIGHTS/REACTION: Cougars win OT thriller over Wildcats, Steers fall to Longhorns in OT
SAN ANGELO, TX. — In the second night of Area Round play for boys high school basketball teams around the Concho Valley, Christoval punched their ticket to the regional quarterfinals thanks to an overtime victory over Wink, while Robert Lee fell to Buena Vista in overtime. In the opener at Garden City, the Christoval Cougars, […]
Basketball in Bronte Bad for Bluecats
BRONTE, TEXAS — The Bluecats were eliminated from the playoffs on Monday night by the Eagles of Sterling City 60-55 in Bronte, the same location they were eliminated last season. The night started rough as Braxton Smith had two fouls less than two minutes into the ball game. Smith...
Dogs' Dynamic Duo Lead Miles to Victory over Forsan in Bi-District Playoff Game
ROBERT LEE— The Miles Bulldogs started their playoff run last night against the Forsan Buffalos 55-44. The Bulldogs stood up and refused to lose against the Forsan Buffalos, who had a huge fourth quarter but couldn’t overcome a monster deficit. Dynamic dogs duo, the Ellison Brothers, led Miles...
HIGHLIGHTS/REACTION: Monreal’s 26 points leads Sterling City to Bi-District victory over Coleman
SAN ANGELO, TX — In a game that saw Sterling City trail by as many as 11, the Eagles would knock off Coleman Monday night in the Bi-District round 60-55 to advance to the Area Round. Eagles junior point guard Johnny Monreal who finished with 26 points, scored half of them in the 4th quarter […]
Bluecats to Face Sterling City in Bi-District Game Monday
UPDATE - Remember if you can't make the game, listen on KOXE.com or on the KOXE app... Randy Turner and Chad Anders will be giving you LIVE streaming play-by-play. The Coleman Bluecats lost to Miles Friday night in a seeding game to determine who each team will play for Bi-District. The final was Miles 76 and Coleman 56, making Coleman the 2nd seed going into the playoffs. The Bi-District Championship game will be played against Sterling City this coming Monday night, February 20, at 6:30 pm at Bronte High School. Sterling City is the 3rd seed out of District 7-2A with a district record of 10-4. Coleman is the visiting team. Tickets will be $5 for adults and $3 for students. THSCA, TABC, and District Passes will be accepted.
Grape Creek VFD responds to vehicle fire
GRAPE CREEK, Texas — According to a Grape Creek VFD Facebook post, at approximately 5:56 p.m. Wednesday, the GCVFD was dispatched to the 7400 block of US Highway 87 North for a report of a vehicle fire. A crew arrived on scene to find a 2015 white GMC Acadia...
Rubber Necking Truck Drivers Crash Eyeing Vehicle Fire
SAN ANGELO, TX – Drivers distracted by a vehicle fire on Thursday night crashed their pickups on Highway US 87 N. near Grape Creek. According to the Grape Creek Volunteer Fire Department, on Feb. 15, 2023 at 5:56, volunteers with the GCVFD were dispatched to US 87 for the report of vehicle fire. When they arrived the entire vehicle was in flames.
Eldorado Goes Off Against Miles in Bi-District Round
SAN ANGELO— The Eldorado Lady Eagles beat the Miles Lady Bulldogs at the Junell Center in San Angelo last night. The Lady Eagles started off hot and put up 20 points in the first to the Lady Bulldogs’ eight. Robbi Martinez for the Lady Eagles proved to be unstoppable as she put up 15 points in the opening quarter and continued her dominance in the second by adding nine points before the half.
Bloomin’ Beauties: The Flower Fields reopening for 2023 season
The springtime staple in San Diego’s North County returns Wednesday, March 1 🌸
DIANE ADAMS: Mysterious Cairns of West Central Texas
Along the creeks and rivers and on the high ridges of West Central Texas, within an approximate circle of 14 contiguous counties stretching from Brown to Taylor and Coke counties, and north to the Salt Fork of the Brazos River, the remains of ancient rock cairns can still be seen. The cairns are the relics of an older civilization, erected by inhabitants that settled here before the more nomadic and warlike Apaches and then Comanches. The people who built these structures are still a mystery today. What kind of people were they, and why did they build so many of these rock mounds?
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