For the third time this spring, the University Interscholastic League extended its suspension of high school athletic events and other competitions.
With this year in limbo, Scurry County baseball and softball teams got some clarity about the future.
While high school athletes continue to hold out hope they’ll be able to return to action in May, college athletes won’t have that same opportunity.
Western Texas College sophomore baseball player Jonathan LaCourse announced his commitment to West Texas A&M University earlier this week.
Several local basketball players made an impression on the Big Country Preps writers. Nine athletes were recognized for end of season awards.
After making its presence felt at the high school level, COVID-19 postponements have reached youth sports.
A week after the University Interscholastic League’s (UIL) suspension of athletics and other events came down, coaches are adjusting to life without their teams.
Western Texas College athletics is bringing in the next generation of Westerners after several new athletes signed to play in Snyder this week.
With all high school athletics suspended until May 4 at the earliest, Snyder High School athletics is at a standstill.