The Lady Winds Beat Lockney in Overtime on Friday

LOCKNEY

The Lady Winds defeated the Lockney Lady Horns 47-43 in overtime on Friday Night in Lockney. The Lady Winds fell behind early, 21-15 by the half, but avenged their first half with solid second half play

Floydada fell behind early, 21-15 by the half, but avenged their first half with solid second half play. The Lady Winds gathered steam late in the game, scoring a game-high 13 points in the third quarter.

Annette Pena sunk the most baskets during the third period, earning six points for the Lady Winds.

Morales achieved double digits, scoring 17 points for the Lady Winds (7-for-14). Also chipping in for the Lady Winds were Brooke Galvan (5 points) and Thalia Villa (4 points).

Floydada Whirlwinds Varsity Falls Short Against The Lockney Longhorns

Despite Tucker Lowrance putting 15 points on the board, Floydada lost to the Lockney Longhorns 63-53. On a two-pointer from Jaden Rosales, the Lockney Longhorns locked down their lead in the third quarter.

At the half, Floydada Whirlwinds Varsity led 27-24 on the strength of a 17-6 run. But this wasn’t enough to overcome the Lockney’s 39 points in the final two quarters of the game. Floydada finished strong, adding 16 points in the final quarter. However, it was not enough to close the point gap.

Lowrance was on the ball for Floydada Whirlwinds Varsity, making 38% (5-for-13) of shots attempted and hitting 75% (3-for-4) of free throws attempted.
Abraham Perez tapped out at double digits, scoring 12 points for Floydada (5-for-12). Also helping the effort for Floydada were Zach Martinez (8 points), DeAndre McCann (6 points, 1 block), Jesse Segura (5 points), Josh Gonzales (4 points) and Tyler Eguia (2 points).

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The Lady Winds Lose To The Olton Fillies

 

The Lady Winds (1-2) fell to the Olton Fillies on Wednesday, 52-21, even with Mckenna Johnson scoring 8 points.

Johnson shot well from the field for the Lady Winds, making 60% (4-for-6) of shots attempted.

Also contributing for the Lady Winds were Annette Pena (6 points), Liz Morales (3 points) and Thalia Villa (2 points).

The Lady Winds finished the game with 28 rebounds (nine offensive/19 defensive).

The Lady Winds travel to Lockney Friday to play the Lady Horns.

1 2 3 4
OLT 6 18 5 23 52
FLY 6 4 4 7 21

The Floydada Whirlwinds Emerge Victorious Against The Olton Mustangs in Overtime

 

Floydada (1-1) defeated the Olton Mustangs (1-1) 62-59 in overtime on Wednesday. The Whirlwinds clinched their lead in the fourth quarter on a free throw from Albert Dehoyas.

Floydada and the Olton Mustangs were tied up at 25-25 at the half, but Floydada pulled away during the final two quarters.

With six, Zach Martinez scored the most points  for Floydada in the third period.

Abraham Perez (14 points) and Tucker Lowrance (12) each had multiple three-pointers. Also contributing for Floydada were DeAndre McCann (8 points), Dehoyas (4 points), Josh Gonzales (4 points) and Kyi Baker (2 points). Martinez finished the night with 18 points.

Floydada finished the game with 34 rebounds (14 offensive/20 defensive).

 

GAME OVER
1 2 3 4 OT F
OLT 9 16 15 10 9 59
FLY 16 9 9 16 12 62
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On The Record: Danny Andrews

This week’s edition of On The Record features Danny Andrews from Plainview, TX.  Andrews spent years with the Plainview Daily Herald and upon retirement, went to work with Wayland Baptist University as Director of Alumni Services.  He is the author of the new book “Things I Have Saw and Did: 50 Years of Thinking Out Loud”.  For a copy of the book, contact him here (andrewsd@wbu.edu).  Listen to this edition of On The Record here:

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Live Coverage of the 2A Division II State Quarterfinal Game Friday

The Crosbyton Chiefs defeated the Quanah Indians on Friday to advance to the next round of the UIL 2A football playoffs.  This weekend’s state quarterfinals game features Crosbyton (12-0) vs. Seagraves (12-0) at 7pm. Friday at Lubbock’s Lowrey Field.  Catch the live broadcast beginning at 6:30pm on 106-1 Flip-FM.

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Crosbyton Defeats Quanah, Advances in Playoffs

The Crosbyton Chiefs defeated the Quanah Indians on Friday to advance to the next round of the UIL 2A football playoffs.  Crosbyton will now face the Seagraves Eagles next week and you can listen to the game on 106-1 Flip-FM.  If you missed the game, hear the replay here.

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Crosbyton Defeats Sunray, Advances in Playoffs

The Crosbyton Chiefs defeated the Sunray Bobcats on Friday to advance to the next round of the UIL 2A football playoffs.  Crosbyton will now face the Quanah Indians next week and you can listen to the game on 106-1 Flip-FM.  If you missed the game, hear the replay here.

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Floydada makes move for a playoff spot

By BRYAN NAVARETTE
A-J MEDIA

FLOYDADA — The Whirlwinds removed their helmets and surrounded their seniors for a traditional Floydada break down.

For them, a chance at a district title had been a long time coming and Aaron Chavarria knew their undefeated district run would have meant nothing without a win over Hale Center.

“I’ve been waiting three years to do this,” Floydada quarterback Aaron Chavarria said. “We were predicted to finish last. We are out here to prove people wrong. Going into this district championship, We are ready.”

Floydada defeated Hale Center 21-7 Friday in a key District 2-2A matchup.

“We did fantastic on defense,” Chavarria said. “We were hungry. We were hungry for a win this week and hungry to get that quarterback. Offense can improve, but I just feel like a win is a win and that’s a big part of this. I though it was a terrific game. I love these close games.”

Floydada (5-3, 3-0) could not be stopped on the ground in the first quarter. The Whirlwinds used every running back they had to march into the red zone and Chavarria’s arm to get the touchdown.

“We can pass the ball too,” Chavarria said. “There is no doubt about that.”

Hale Center (2-5, 1-1) responded in the second quarter on a 20-yard pass from quarterback DJ Dunn to Dalton Needham to give the Owls the edge, but the team could not capitalize on the generated momentum. Floydada forced a turnover and scored with little over two minutes left in the half extending their lead 14-7.

The Whirlwinds came out fast against the Owls in the second half and did not let up on defense. Floydada defensive back Jessie Segura led the defensive core and shut down any receiver that came his way.

“I just try to focus on my receiver and nothing but my receiver,” Segura said. “As long as I make sure he doesn’t get the ball. I count on everybody else to do their assignment.”

The Whirlwind defense did not allow the Owls to get into their red zone, much less the end zone. Chavarria extended the lead on a 62-yard run, the last scoring drive of the night, with 07:18 left in the third quarter. Floydada kept the lead but turned the ball over on offense plenty of times to give Hale Center an opportunity at a comeback.

What they lacked on offense, Floydada made up for on defense.

“As a defense, We fly to whoever has the ball,” Chavarria said.

Floydada sacked Hale center quarterback DJ Dunn three times in one possession to put the game away.

“Kids did a great job executing,” Floydada coach Todd Bandy said. “We knew if we put some pressure no them they wouldn’t be able to handle us and that’s what seemed to happen.”

Heading into next week, Bandy recognizes the importance of a win and what it could mean to the kids, parents and town of Floydada

“We are going to go to work tomorrow,” he said, “and get after Abernathy and see if we cant go get a district championship right here at home.”

FLOYDADA 21, HALE CENTER 7

Hale Center 0 7 0 0 — 7

Floydada 7 7 7 0 — 21

First Quarter

FLO – Tucker Lowrance 34 pass from Aaron Chavarria (Miguel Pena kick) 07:20

Second Quarter

HAL – Dalton Needham 20 pass from DJ Dunn (EJ Gonzalez kick) 06:22

FLO – Chavarria 15 run (Pena kick) 02:31

Third Quarter

FLO – Chavarria 62 run (Pena kick) 07:18

HAL FLO

First downs 16 9

Rushes-yards 32-67 30-143

Passing yards 212 98

Comp.-att.-int. 24-46-1 5-13-1

Punts-avg. 3-36 6-42

Fumbles-lost 1-1 0-0

Penalties-yards 8-75 12-125

Rushing: HAL, Max Lucero 16-105. HAL, Needham 1-10. HAl, Lance Lucero 1-(-3). HAL, Anthony Borjas 1-(-9). HAL, Dunn 13-(-36). FLO, Chavarria 13-98. FLO, Corbin Nutt 9-37. FLO, Albert DeHoyas 4-6. FLO, Abraham Perez 1-1. FLO, Corey Mathis 2-1. FLO, J.P. Segura 1-0.

Passing: HAL, Dunn 24-46-212. FLO, 5-13-98

Receiving: HAL, Needham 5-102. HAL, Borjas 9-48. HAL, Trey Buxton 2-9. HAl, Josh Alcala 2-9. HAL, EJ Gonzalez 1-9. HAL, Lucero 1-0. FLO, Lowrance 2-62. FLO, Segura 1-28. FLO, DeHoyas 2-8.

Parris Pittman on Live From the Backroom

ParrisPittmanParris knew from a young age that music was all she ever wanted to do.  Growing up in Texas and Oklahoma, she sang wherever she could get an audience; church, schools, and oprys.  Homeschooling during her later teen years allowed her the freedom to pursue her music no matter where that might take her.  From Austin, Texas to Fort Lauderdale, Florida to Nashville, Tennessee, she has had the privilege of writing and working with some very well known producers and recording in top notch studios such as Starstruck and Sound Stage with the most talented musicians Nashville had to offer.  Not willing to compromise her creative freedom or her “sass and grit” style, she decided to put the red dirt back under her feet and the West Texas wind through her hair and today lives in small town America, Haskell, Texas where she works as a librarian, plays and writes music, raises a family and is an active member of her community.
With a decade of live performances, acoustic shows, and recording in studios under her belt, she delivers a powerful performance.  The songs she writes are based on real people and the real life experiences of herself, family, and friends, as well as, about the life most of us live day to day.  Everyone can find a connection within one of her songs.  Her first single, “Beating All The Odds”, has been released to radio recently and is gaining lots of attention thanks to radio personalities such as JB Cloud with KBCY West Texas Saturday Nights, and the excitement is mounting for her much anticipated first full-length CD produced by Mike McClure which is due out in the fall of this year.  While she enjoys playing the more intimate acoustic shows, she really loves the energy that her band Parris & The Pride generate performing her brand of country on the Texas/Oklahoma Red Dirt circuit.  Parris has shared the stage with popular red dirt acts such as Mike McClure, Jamie Richards, Cody Canada & The Departed, Josh Lamle, and Chad Sullins & Last Call Coalition and many more.

You can find out more about Parris by checking out her website www. parrispittman.com

Here is our latest edition of Live From the Backroom featuring Parris Pittman

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Winds Top Mustangs in District Opener

vs oltonWith a third and long situation and just two and a half minutes off the clock in the first quarter of Friday Night’s game, Floydada’s Kyi Baker connected with Senior Tucker Lowrance for the first of what would be a huge first half for Lowrance. Lowrance scoring from 41 out and the  two-point conversion by Aaron Chavarria put the Whirlwinds up by 8 early in the game.

Olton answered with a 10-play, 49-yard drive following the kickoff. Quarterback Kyle Peggram found McCall for a 20-yard TD with 4 minutes, 44 seconds left in the opening quarter. The extra point was wide. Floydada led (8-6)

Floydada scored twice early in the second quarter. Lowrance would add a second touchdown driving 83 yards in just five plays,ending in an 18-yard touchdown pass between Baker and Lowrance with 9:48 left in the first half. Again Floydada elected to go for two.
Floydada’s defense held Olton to a three-and-out, allowing The Whirlwinds to score once more before the half. Aaron Chavarria threw a 51 yard completion to  Lowrance for a touchdown with 7:15 remaining in the first half. And once again, Floydada elected to  run in the two-point conversion and the Whirlwinds led 24-6 at the half.
Both teams had a receiver who caught three touchdown passes. For Floydada, it was senior Tucker Lowrance. For Olton, it was sophomore T.J. McCall.
Trailing 24-6 after the  half, the Mustangs held Floydada to less than 100 yards, including only 10 passing yards, in the final 24 minutes.

 

In  the third quarter. Olton QB Kyle Peggram passed to McCall for an 8-yard touchdown with 3:03 left. The pass attempt for two points was incomplete and Floydada led 24-12.

Down but not out, Olton made the game interesting when Peggram again hit McCall for a 24-yard touchdown with just under 7 minutes remaining and brought the Mustangs within five.

The Whirlwind defense did exactly what they needed to in the fourth quarter holding Olton on a fourth and five with under a minute left.

Floydada moves to (1-0) in Ditrict play and the Mustangs of Olton to (0-1)

Floydada travels to Tahoka next week while Olton hosts New Deal.
Team          1 2 3 4 T
Olton         6 0 6 7  19
Floydada  8 16 0 0 24
OLTON – 4 Kyle  Peggram    15  – 34 for 137 3TD  0INT
FLOY –   11 Kyi Baker     2 – 3 for 51 1TD  0INT
FLOY –    2 Aaron Chavarria    7-18 for 138 2TD  3INT
(REC)
FLOY – 12 Tucker Lowrance     ( 5 -162)    32.4AVG  3TD
OLTON – 20 TJ McCall      (7 – 8)9 12.7AVG   3TD
 

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