|Javier Leaños (4) brings the ball upcourt against Hamlin Friday evening.|
Plowboys 47 – Hamlin 40
Plowboys 9 26 34 47
Hamlin 15 23 31 40
Javier Leaños 20, Rafael Aguayo 10, Jose Ortega 7, Brayden Beal 2, Kevin Lavalais 2, Isaiah Gonzales 2, Johnathon Cuellar 2.
Plowboys 50 – Haskell 36
Plowboys 5 22 35 50
Haskell 13 20 23 36
Leaños 22, Aguayo 13, Ortega 6, Gonzales 6, Lavalais 3.
Next up are Stamford in Stamford on Friday and Winters in Winters next Tuesday.
PLOWGIRLS FALL TO HASKELL, HAMLIN
|Veronica Cuellar takes a long shot. She made 28 points against the Lady Pipers.|
Hamlin 62 – Plowgirls 37
Hamlin 8 20 41 62
Plowgirls 12 26 31 37
Veronica Cuellar 28, Pena 4, Bergan Trevino 2, Bonnie Wilkinson 2.
Haskell 52 – Plowgirls 34
Haskell 10 25 42 52
Plowgirls 9 16 19 34
B. Wilkinson 14, Trevino 7, Pena 5, Alejandra Solis 4, Cuellar 4.
Next up for the Plowgirls are Stamford in Stamford on Friday and Winters in Winters next Tuesday.
NOLAN COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHOW ROSCOE CISD RESULTS
|(Photo by Rachel Shipp)|
Here are the results for all the Roscoe Collegiate ISD FFA or 4-H students who participated in the show with their names and places their entries finished:
Alfonso Islas 12
Derek Creed 13
Kaleb Bohall 14
Darbee Drake 7
Jaci Stewart 11
Jaci Lawson 12
Isabel Ortega 13
Lynzie Atkinson 1 (Reserve Champion Goat)
Jaci Stewart 2
Lynzie Atkinson 3
Finewool Light Weight
Tait Fullwood 4
Lynzie Atkinson 5
Finewool Medium Weight
Ty Fullwood 4
Finewool Cross Medium Weight
Lynzie Atkinson 4
Southdown Heavy Weight
Lynzie Atkinson 3
Medium Wool Light Weight
Ty Fullwood 2
Medium Wool Heavy Weight
Lynzie Atkinson 3
Landry Turnbow 1 (Grand Champion Steer)
Duroc Medium Weight
Max Nemir 5
Derek Creed 8
Hampshire Medium Weight
Brena Robison 3
Derek Creed 4
Daxton Drake 7
Hampshire Heavy Weight
Kaylee Palacios 1 (Grand Champion Hampshire)
Justin Herrera 2
WOPB Heavy Weight
Kaylee Palacios 3
Max Nemir 4
Phoenix Walker 6
BOPB Light Weight
Derek Creed 7
BOPB Heavy Weight
Zeke Murphy 1
Zeke Murphy 7
Cross Heavy Weight
Max Nemir 2
Kaylee Palacios 3
Justin Herrera 4
GRIFFITH TAX SERVICES MOVES TO NEW OFFICE
Tom Griffith has moved his Griffith Tax Services to a new office located at 100 Cypress Suite A. Entry to the office is through the front door of the Mexico Lindo Restaurant. The door will be unlocked at times when the restaurant is closed and Griffith Tax Services is open.
TOWN HALL MEETING WITH STATE REPRESENTATIVE CANDIDATE ISAAC CASTRO NEXT WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27
Isaac Castro (R) will be the featured guest at a Town Hall meeting at the Roscoe Community Center next Wednesday at 5:00pm. Castro, a lawyer in Hamlin and the town’s former mayor, is running for State Representative of District 71, which comprises Nolan, Taylor, and Jones Counties.
The current representative, Susan King, R-Abilene, will not seek another term. She is running for the State Senate District 24 seat being vacated by Troy Fraser, R-Horseshoe Bay, who is retiring.
Everyone is invited to attend.
EARLY RELEASE AT RCISD TODAY
Roscoe students get an early release at 12:45pm today as the teachers will hold a workshop in the afternoon. Normal times resume again tomorrow.
The forecast is for more of the same. Today’s high could reach 60° with highs predicted in the fifties until Sunday when it is forecast to hit 65°. Lows will be at or just below freezing on Thursday and Friday but warm into the forties on Saturday and Sunday.
Skies will be clear or partly cloudy, and there is no precipitation of any kind in the forecast.
† EULA DEAN “DEANY” DOWNS
Deany was born on March 27, 1928, in Rogers, NM. She was one of four children of J.H. and Maude Vincent and lived on their farm until they moved to Sudan, Texas. She loved music and played the coronet in the Sudan High School Band and also played the piano. She majored in music at the University of New Mexico. She met and married Robert E. Downs on January 9, 1949. They raised their two children, Robert and Karen, in Roscoe.
She was active in women’s social organizations and served as church organist at the First United Methodist Church for many years. She also served as a den mother to the cub scouts and was always active in the life of her family. She worked as a bookkeeper at the local elevator and later as bookkeeper and office manager for three different surgeons, all of whom still remained in touch with her. She later retired, but remained in Roscoe until moving to Macon in 2004. While in Macon, she remained socially active with the activities at the Gables where she lived as well as staying true to her love of music by serving as pianist for the Nan Freeman Sunday School Class.
She was preceded in death by Robert E. Downs, her husband of 35 years; and is survived by her two brothers, Coye of Baltimore, MD, and Kenneth of Lubbock; and her sister, Leota Harley of Midland. She is also survived by her two children, Robert (Bob) and wife, Jeanie, of Yorktown, VA, and Karen Rogers and husband, John, of Macon; as well as six grandchildren and five great grandchildren, along with numerous nieces and nephews.
The family will have a Viewing at Hart’s Mortuary on Friday, January 22, from 5pm to 7pm. The family requests memorials be sent to Martha Bowman United Methodist Church, or to Daybreak, PO Box 204, Macon, GA, 31202.
Hart’s Mortuary at the Cupola (www.hartsmort.com) has charge of arrangements.
† WALTER “BUDDY” LEE CLEMENTS, JR.
Mr. Clements was born in Blackwell on October 8, 1928. On February 25, 1950, he married Doris Henderson in Sweetwater. He was a member of Lamar Baptist Church and had lived in Roscoe for the past 59 years. He was employed by El Paso Natural Gas Company for 35 years in plant operations. Then, after retiring he worked for Pri-Corp Prison at Avenger Village for four years. Buddy farmed and ranched from 1967 to 2007. He was a veteran of World War II serving in the U.S. Air Force for four years in Japan.
Survivors include his wife, Doris Clements of Roscoe; sons, Larry Clements of Roscoe, Jacky Ray Clements and wife, Betty, of Batesville, Arkansas; sisters, Joann Priest of Eastland and Ruby Dressler of Iowa Park, TX; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, along with numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Walter Lee Clements, Sr., on August 13, 1987, and Minnie Anne Bayless on March 18, 2000; his son, Walter Lee Clements III on December 22, 2006; and two sisters, Virginia Carter and Helen Mearse.
Pallbearers were Dale Finch, Randy Hanes, Raymond Lambert, Norman Massey, Don Kite and Jimmy Davis.
Ed: My apologies for missing this last week.
† MARY JO COLLINS
Ms. Collins was born on September 10, 1946 in Roscoe and grew up there. She was a graduate of Highland High School. Jo lived most of her life in Sweetwater and worked at Staton’s Pharmacy as a Pharmacy Assistant and later at U.S.G. as a Lab Technician. She was a member of Fourth and Elm Church of Christ, ABWA, and the Purple Hats Club. Jo loved watching the Dallas Cowboys. She will be missed by many friends, neighbors and family.
Survivors include her sons, Steven Collins of Katy, Dr. Perry Collins and wife, Cassie Collins, of Plainview; daughter, Misty Baron of Abilene; sister, Martha Rae Blair of Abilene; and five grandchildren, Emily Collins, Zachary Collins, Brooklyn Collins, Chandler Collins and Kristen Collins.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Alvin L. Smith on September 5, 1976, and Eula Dolly Fry Smith on November 24, 2006.
Pallbearers will be Steve Collins, Dr. Perry Collins, Cory Stroman, Larry Denton, Gary Setliff and Ron Baron.
The family will receive friends at McCoy Funeral Home from 12:30 to 1:45pm on Saturday, January 23.