Marshawn Lynch is a great NFL running back. That cannot be debated based on statistics. However, lately, the en vogue thing for the media to do is to bash him for a reason that only sounds like sour grapes, and that is his refusal to really say anything to them. Read more
Plainview Radio has announced the broadcast schedule for the upcoming 2015 Plainview High School baseball and softball season. Included in that will be six baseball and six softball district contests. That includes all six district home baseball games, as well as all four district home softball games, plus two road softball contests in Lubbock.
The playoffs will also be covered, too, beginning with the Softball Bi-District playoffs on May 1-2, and the Baseball Bi-District round – and potentially a Softball Area Round series – on May 8-9. All games except the softball game with Lubbock High on April 21 will air on Kickin’ Kountry at 106.9 FM. The softball team will be on Class Rock 103.9 The Rocket on April 21, and during any conflicts with PHS baseball during the playoffs. Read more
While we are missing some games, we now have the standings for most of the teams from our area posted in high school boys and girls basketball. Shortly, we will get the updated standings from the TAPPS 1-2A, which Plainview Christian is a part of, and some help with the 5-1A standings for both the boys and girls. If you have the finals for the below games, please e-mail us (email@example.com), tweet us (@KREW_Sports on Twitter) or post it to our wall on our Facebook page (1400 the KREW).
Missing games from Jan. 23:
- Petersburg-Whiteface boys
- Happy-Adrian girls
- Groom-Lefors boys and girls (to complete 2-1A standings)
Each set of standings includes items we may be missing – and in the case of the 5-1A, we really could use a lot of help, especially with the girls and the overall records for the boys.
We encourage all schools to direct us to any websites they may use (GameChanger, MaxPreps, etc.) to post information, so that we may be able to get the information we need as often as possible.
A day later and elements of Seattle’s improbable comeback in yesterday’s NFC Championship Game are hard to explain. A closer look reveals why Seattle was able to make it happen in a game Green Bay had in control until late in the fourth quarter. Read more
Its mid-January, and just last night, the Cleveland Cavaliers reached the .500 mark. Yes, the same Cavs team that made all the offseason headlines is making the news for all the wrong reasons lately. Read more
Tulia ISD Athletic Director Donny Gray has confirmed that tonight’s boys and girls basketball doubleheader at Tulia High School between the Hornets and Memphis has been cancelled due to inclement weather. Tulia returns to action on Tuesday night with a doubleheader at home against Valley. Coverage can be heard on Class Rock 1039 The Rocket beginning at 6:15 pm, with tip for the girls game at 6:30 pm.
Jaden Gonzalez was wide awake this morning, and apparently open a lot on the basketball court, too.
The junior scored 31 points – the best individual effort by a Lady Bulldog so far this season – and Plainview girls basketball rolled to a 76-53 win over Bushland in the first game of the day at the Byron Johnson Classic at Midland.
The Lady Dogs (13-7) also had a 12-point effort out of senior guard Karli Wheeler in the victory, which gives Plainview a chance to play their way into the championship game. Their final pool-play game tonight is, for all intensive purposes, a road game, as they will play at Midland Lee against the Lady Rebels at 6 p.m.
Nothing like shutting a team out to help smooth out the road a bit. Even if it is just for a half.
Usually, you see that in football, but the Plainview High School girls basketball team managed to keep St. Mary’s Academy off the scoreboard in the second half, and have four players score in double figures on their way to an 84-6 win in their opening game of the Byron Johnston Hoop Classic in Midland. Read more
Back in August, the Dallas Cowboys season was already written off as a chance for another solid draft pick. When rookie lineman Zach Martin blocked linebacker Sean Lee to the ground causing a torn ACL during OTAs in May, an already fragile defense became a punch line. Fans and media expected one of the worst defenses in team history. Read more
(from Wayland Baptist University Sports Information)
DALLAS – Wayland Baptist hit 32 free throws in 37 attempts as the No. 16 Pioneers secured the best start to a season in program history here Friday night by rolling over Dallas Christian for the second time this season, 97-69.
Wayland improves to 11-1, the Pioneers’ best record ever after 12 games. Read more