The Snyder High School one-act play A View From The Bridge qualified for the Class 4A state contest. Pictured are (l-r) assistant director Brenda Tubbs, regional all-star cast members Whitney Tubbs and Bergandi Alvarado, regional best actor Brody Jasso, director Clark Reed and honorable mention all-star cast member Brett Brunson.
For the first time since 2006, Snyder High School will compete at the state one-act play contest.On Tuesday, Snyder’s A View From The Bridge qualified for next week’s state contest. Snyder and Seminole High School’s Ugly Lies the Bone qualified... more
Snyder’s Adriana Juarez attempted to get a San Angelo Lake View runner out at first base during Tuesday’s 11-2 win.
The Snyder Lady Tigers ended the District 5-4A season with an 11-2 win over San Angelo Lake View on Tuesday.The win improved Snyder to 9-8 overall and a 5-3 record in District 5-4A, second only to Big Spring. The Lady Tigers will play the third... more
Hermleigh High School’s one-act-play qualified for the Class 1A state contest last week. Pictured on the front row are (l-r) Javier DelReal, Mercedes Smith, Haygen Halkowitz, Colter Smith, Jacklyn Clinkenbeard, Camryn Hill, Serenaty Vargas and Grace Rister. On the second row are Kelly Martin, Bailey Pierce, Brianna Rawls, Stormi Cobb, Brittany Smith and Riley White. On the back row are Emma Dugan, Kaebren Hill, Tyler Thompson, Baeleigh Botts, Blake Hancock, Lydia Rodriquez and Marissa Clement.
Hermleigh ISD theater director Kelley Martin will see her one-act-play (OAP) team perform in the UIL state championship before retiring at the end of this school year. Hermleigh was one of two teams picked last week to advance to state from the... more
Snyder first baseman Ryan Rodriguez waits for a pickoff throw from pitcher Jake Chavez during the Tigers’ 5-2 win over San Angelo Lake View Tuesday night at Moffett Field.
The Snyder Tigers did not blow a lead the second time around against San Angelo Lake View.The Tigers, who lost to Lake View 15-13 earlier this season, took advantage of opportunities in the third and sixth innings to defeat the Chiefs 5-2 in a... more
Ira’s Macie Hanshew (left) and Madison Peterson, along with Shyia Hill and Evelyn Gallegos, qualified for the regional 400- and 800-meter relays during Monday’s area meet in Hamlin.
Twenty-five Scurry County athletes qualified for the Region 2-1A track and field meet during Monday’s area meet at Hamlin High School.Ten Ira boys and seven girls qualified for the regional meet while Hermleigh had four boys and four girls qualify.... more
The Snyder High School one-act play A View From The Bridge qualified for the Class 4A state contest. Pictured are (l-r) assistant director Brenda Tubbs, regional all-star cast members Whitney Tubbs and Bergandi Alvarado, regional best actor Brody Jasso, director Clark Reed and honorable mention all-star cast member Brett Brunson.
Snyder’s Adriana Juarez attempted to get a San Angelo Lake View runner out at first base during Tuesday’s 11-2 win.
Hermleigh High School’s one-act-play qualified for the Class 1A state contest last week. Pictured on the front row are (l-r) Javier DelReal, Mercedes Smith, Haygen Halkowitz, Colter Smith, Jacklyn Clinkenbeard, Camryn Hill, Serenaty Vargas and Grace Rister. On the second row are Kelly Martin, Bailey Pierce, Brianna Rawls, Stormi Cobb, Brittany Smith and Riley White. On the back row are Emma Dugan, Kaebren Hill, Tyler Thompson, Baeleigh Botts, Blake Hancock, Lydia Rodriquez and Marissa Clement.
Snyder first baseman Ryan Rodriguez waits for a pickoff throw from pitcher Jake Chavez during the Tigers’ 5-2 win over San Angelo Lake View Tuesday night at Moffett Field.
Snyder’s Jake Leatherwood, a freshman at Western Texas College, was named to the 2019 Southwest Championship all-tournament team this past weekend in Pottsboro. He finished in a tie for fourth place with a three-round score of 216. The Westerners finished sixth as a team.
Ira’s Macie Hanshew (left) and Madison Peterson, along with Shyia Hill and Evelyn Gallegos, qualified for the regional 400- and 800-meter relays during Monday’s area meet in Hamlin.

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Maria DeLeon
1919-2019
Maria DeLeon, 99, died Tuesday, April 16, 2019.
Funeral arrangements are pending at Miller Family Funeral Home.

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