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Ashton Shultz
serving on McMurry Campus Activities Board

ABILENE — Ashton Shultz of Sudan, TX is serving on the McMurry University Campus Activities Board for 2017-18.
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is McMurry University’s premiere student-led programming organization! From comedians to music and everything in between, CAB provides the McMurry student body calendar of events and community with programming and events that are diverse, educational, entertaining, and fun! CAB is a student-led committee that selects programs and events that are provided to the McMurry campus and community.

 

Sudan Hornets
By DEREK LOPEZ


The Anton Bulldogs’ varsity basketball team took their home-season opener over the Sudan Hornets on Tuesday, 41-31.
With the win, the Bulldogs improve to 1-0, while the Hornets fall to 0-1 overall on the season.
Elijah Alafa got things rolling in the first quarter for Anton as he dropped in a lay-up, giving the Bulldogs a, 2-0 lead with 6:18 to play in the first quarter.
Anton Head Coach Maurice Harvey took a time out with 4:30 to play in the quarter and out of the break, Alafa was fouled on a shooting attempt by Alex Conley. Alafa split the free throws, making the score, 3-0, with 3:11 to go in the first quarter.
With 1:20 remaining in the quarter, Chris Schovajsa was fouled on an attempt by Ryan Flores he split the free throws to get the Hornets on the board, trailing Anton, 3-1.
Caden Martinez knocked down a jumper from the left elbow for Anton, but Schovajsa answered with a lay-up, making the score, 5-3, with just over 30 seconds to play in the quarter.
With 7.3 seconds remaining in the quarter, Carlos Rios picked up a steal and took it the other way for a fast break lay-up to end the quarter with the Bulldogs on top, 7-3.
In the second quarter, Rios was fouled on the floor by Erbay Herrera. Sudan was in the bonus, putting Rios on the line for a one-in-one opportunity. Rios split the free throws and just a few seconds later, was fouled again on the floor, this time by Schovajsa.
Rios missed the front end of the one-in-one opportunity, leaving the score, 8-3, with 7:08 to play in the first half.
Christian Montes buried a three from the left elbow for Sudan, making it a one-possession game, 8-6, but Rios answered with a lay-up on a fast break off of the assist from Jake Gossett as Sudan took a time out with just under five minutes to play in the half, trailing Anton, 10-6.
Out of the break, Schovajsa knocked down a jumper in the lane, but Rios responded going coast-to-coast for a lay-up, making the score, 12-8, with 2:51 to play in the second quarter.
With 2:18 to play in the half, Montes was fouled on the three-point line by Gossett, who was given a technical foul after the play. Montes made three out of the five free throws, making it a one-point game, 12-11.
Sudan took their first lead of the contest as Schovajsa dropped in a lay-up off of the feed by Montes with just under one minute remaining in the half.
Martinez knocked down a jumper in the lane to regain the lead for Anton and just before the half Alafa was fouled on the floor by Ethan Pendergrass. Alafa missed the front end of the one-in-one opportunity as time expired in the half with the Bulldogs on top, 14-13.
Rios got the third quarter going with a three from the right elbow and followed it up with a fast break lay-up, stretching Anton’s lead to, 19-13 with 6:26 to play in the quarter.
Parker Battin dropped in a lay-up for Sudan, but Flores responded with a lay-up on the other end for Anton, making the score, 21-15, with 5:49 to play in the third quarter.
Schovajsa was fouled on an attempt and split the free throws with 5:39 to play in the quarter and just a few second later, Montes was fouled by Sean Hernandez. Montes missed the first free throw, but made the second, cutting the lead to, 21-17.
Montes scored a lay-up over Martinez on a fast break, but on the other end, Martinez was fouled by Parker, earning a trip to the free-throw line.
Martinez missed the first, but made the second free throw and with 1:34 to play in the quarter, Flores was fouled on an attempt by Herrera. Flores split the free throws, extending their lead to, 23-19.
Rios scored back-to-back lay-ups off of assists from Flores and Alafa to end the third quarter with Anton out in front, 27-19.
Rios opened the fourth quarter with a jumper from the top of the key, stretching the lead to double digits for the Bulldogs, 29-19.
Rios dropped in a lay-up off of the assist from Flores, but Battin knocked down a jumper in the lane for Sudan, cutting the lead back down to 10 points, 31-21.
With 6:04 remaining in the contest Rios was fouled on an attempt by Conley; he made both free throws, but on the other end Schovajsa knocked down a jumper in the lane, keeping the deficit at 10-points, 33-23.
With 5:17 to play Schovajsa knocked down a jumper from the right wing off of the assist from Call Morris, cutting the lead to single digits, 33-25.
Alafa dropped in a lay-up, as Sudan took a time out with 4:51 to play.
Rios dropped in a lay-up with 3:28 to play and after a Sudan time out, Schovajsa was fouled on an attempt by Alafa. He made the first, but missed the second free throw, making the score, 37-26.
Josh Amalla scored a lay-up off of an assist from Flores, but Battin responded with a lay-up on the other end, making the score, 39-28, with 2:15 to play.
Rios scored a fast-break lay-up with 1:41 to play in the game, but Montes was fouled on an attempt on the other end by Amalla with 1:13 remaining. He split the free throws as Sudan fell to the Bulldogs, 41-31.
The Bulldogs were led by Rios, who had a game-high 26-points. Alafa and Martinez each netted five points, while Flores chipped in three points and Amalla contributed two points.
For the Hornets, they were led by Schovajsa, who tallied 13 points and Montes, who netted 12 points. Battin added six points in the contest.
The Bulldogs will continue their season on Tuesday when they travel to Hart, while the Hornets will be hosting Sundown next Tuesday.
Both games are scheduled to tip-off at 8 p.m.

 

Sudan Nettes
By DEREK LOPEZ

Courtesy Photos from Derek Lopez

The Sudan Nettes’ varsity basketball team stayed undefeated on Tuesday as they took down the Anton Lady Dogs on the road, 47-19.
The Nettes improve to 5-0 overall, while the Lady Dogs fall to 0-4 overall on the season.
Selena Hernadnez opened the first quarter with a put-back off of the miss by Natalie Hinojosa, giving Anton a, 2-0 lead.
Delainie Black found Sydnie Miller on a fast break for a lay-up, tying the game, 2-2, with 4:31 to play in the first quarter.
After a time out, Black scored bacl-to-back put-backs off of consecutive misses, putting the Nettes out in front, 6-2 as the first quarter came to a close.
Marisa Alvarado drew a shooting foul on Payton Tolbert to open the second quarter. She made the first and missed the second, but followed it up with a jumper in the lane, drawing an and-one foul on Tolbert with 6:48 to play in the first half.
She could not convert the free throw, leaving it a one-point game, 6-5.
Lexi Bartley scored a deep two from the top of the key and then a steal under the Sudan basket by Bartley was dropped in for a lay-up by Bartley as she drew an and-one foul on Kiarra Green. Bartley converted the free throw, stretching their lead to, 11-5, with 5:48 to play in the second quarter.
Kaegan Edwards was fouled on an attempt by Kaitlyn Clardy; she split the free throws, pushing the lead to, 12-5.
With 4:10 remaining in the half, Hernandez dropped in a lay-up over Bartley, but on the other end, Tolbert was fouled on an attempt by Allie Lopez with 2:16 to play in the half. She slit the free throws, making the score, 13-7.
Black hit Bartley for a lay-up to close out the first half with the Nettes out in front, 15-7.
Bartley was fouled on an attempt by Marcela Hinojosa and split the free throws to open the third quarter, making the score, 16-7.
Anton was called for a five-second call after failing to get the ball in bounds and Sudan capitalized on their next possession as Black hit Bartley on a backdoor cut for a lay-up , stretching their lead to, 18-7.
Miller sent an outlet pass down court to Black, who pulled up and buried a three from the left elbow, making the score, 21-7, with just over six minutes to play in the quarter.
After an Anton time out, Alvarado dropped in a lay-up, trimming the lead to, 21-9, but on the other end, Tolbert was fouled by Natalie Hinojosa; she split the free throws and Anton answered as Natalie Hinojosa buried a jumper from the right elbow, trimming the lead to, 22-11, with just under three minutes to play in the quarter.
Black drained a three from the left elbow and Emma Herrera hit Callan Netherland for a lay-up, as Sudan pushed the lead back out to, 27-11, with 1:25 remaining in the quarter.
Marcela Hinojosa knocked down a step-back jumper from the right wing, but on the other end Brianna Wallace dropped in a bucket, making the score, 29-13 to end the third quarter.
Herrera scored a lay-up, drawing an and-one foul on Marcela Hinojosa with 7:24 to play in the game; she was unable to convert the free throw, making the score, 31-13.
With 6:15 remaining, Alvarado was fouled by Wallace; she split the free throws, making the score, 31-14 and Green followed it up as she tipped a loose ball ahead to herself for a quick lay-up, trimming the lead to, 31-16.
Tolbert was fouled on the floor by Natalie Hinojosa with 5:28 to play in the game, she made the first and during the second shot, the Nettes were called for a lane violation, making the score, 32-16.
Tolbert grabbed a steal and took it the other way for a lay-up and on their next possession she went coast-to-coast for a lay-up, making the score, 36-16, with 4:12 to play in the fourth quarter.
Black buried a three from the right elbow and Edwards scored a put-back off of the miss by Black, stretching their lead to, 41-16.
With just over two minutes remaining, Black scored a lay-up off of a steal and then dropped in another lay-up on a fast break, pushing their lead to, 45-16.
Walla scored a lay-up off of the assist by Black, as the Nettes closed out the Lady Dogs in Anton, 49-16.
Black led the Nettes in scoring with a game-high 17 points and was joined in double-figures scoring by Bartley, who finished with 10 points. Tolbert netted seven points, while Wallace tallied four points, Edwards contributed three points and Netherland, Herrera and Miller each added two points.
For the Lady Dogs, they were led in scoring by Alvarado, who finished with six points. Natalie Hinojosa netted five points, while Hernandez chipped in four points and Marcela Hinojosa and Lopez each added two points.
The Lady dogs will continue their season on Tuesday when they travel to Hart, while the Nettes will be hosting Sundown next Tuesday.
Both games are scheduled to tip-off at 6:30 p.m.

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