PROWLERS FRESHMAN 33 GREENWOOD 30
The Prowler sub varsity team earned their second district victory in nail-biting fashion. At the end of regulation, the Prowlers had the game all tied up with Greenwood. With an additional four minutes of overtime play, the Prowlers were able to capitalize on their hard work in practice and shut down the Rangerettes 33-30.
In the first quarter, the Prowlers held the lead and outscored Greenwood 8-6. The second quarter saw the first change of the lead with the Prowlers trailing by two points. At halftime, the Prowlers were able to regroup and make necessary adjustments to their game plan, which resulted in the Prowlers up 21-20 in the third. The fourth quarter was a battleground and both teams fought until the final buzzer of the game.
In overtime, the Prowlers relied on the experience of the starting five to guide the team to victory. Nayeli Ramos was the team’s leading scorer with 16 points in the win. Arissa Gonzalez recorded six points. Estrella Aguilar and Aryanna Gonzalez both had four points in the win. Rounding out the scoring was Jaylynn Muniz with two points and Janean Gonzalez with one point.
“I am proud of this group of kids,” Coach Sera Quiroga Ramirez stated. “These kids work hard each and every day in practice and it’s starting to pay off. I’m proud to be a part of a team/program that is bigger than themselves. My team played selfless basketball and now we know just how good we can be, if we continue to do the little things...right.”
The Prowlers are hitting the road on Saturday, Jan. 16. Fort Stockton will play in Andrews at 5 p.m.
PANTHERS JV 43 ALPINE 40
The Fort Stockton Panthers JV basketball hosted Alpine on Friday, January 8 and came out with their second straight victory, winning 43-40. Kye Norman was the leading scorer for the Panthers with 12 points. The guard tandem of Marco Garcia and Luis Medina finished with nine points apiece.
PANTHERS FRESHMAN 44 ALPINE 38
The Fort Stockton Panthers Freshman basketball played Alpine on Friday, Jan. 8 and won in overtime by a score of 44-38. The Panthers were led by Isaiah Velasquez, finishing with a team high 16 points. AJ Granado also finished in double digits with 10 points, while Andre Quiroz scored six.
SEMINOLE JV 79 PROWLERS 11
The Prowlers lost to the Seminole Maiden’s 79-11 on Friday, Jan. 8.
“The Prowlers were 50 percent from the free throw line, which is quite an improvement from the beginning of the season,” Fort Stockton coach Breann Sturges said.
Yvette Lopez the team scoring four points. Jahel Encinas, Ivanna Ortiz, and Amaya Urias added two points each. Yadira Hernandez rounded out the scoring with one point.
SEMINOLE FRESHMAN 32 PROWLERS 12
The Fort Stockton High School sub varsity girl’s basketball team dropped their first district game to Seminole 32-12 on Friday, Jan. 8.
Estrella Aguilar recorded six points in the loss to earn the recognition of leading scorer. Adding two points each were Arissa Gonzalez, Jalynn Muniz, and Aryanna Gonzalez.
GREENWOOD JV 73 PANTHERS 41
The Fort Stockton Panthers JV basketball tipped off against Greenwood on Tuesday, Jan. 12 and lost by a score of 73-41. The Panthers kept it within 10 points up until the fourth quarter. Marco Garcia had a team high in points for the Panthers, finishing with 16. Luis Medina also finished in double digits with 10, while Kye Norman had six.
GREENWOOD FRESHMAN 40 PANTHERS 12
The Fort Stockton Panthers Freshman basketball played Greenwood on Tuesday, Jan. 12 and fell by a score of 40-12. The Panthers played hard for four quarters but struggled to get going on the offensive end. Isaiah Velasquez led the team with five points, while Julian Leyva finished with four points and did a good job grabbing boards.
GREENWOOD JV 51 PROWLERS 15
The junior varsity Prowlers pick up another loss tonight, this one at home in a 51-15 defeat to Greenwood on Jan. 12.
Prowlers were down 16-1 at the end of the first quarter. In the second quarter, the Prowlers added eight points to their score. At the end of the third quarter the score was at 39-11.
“Every game there is a different group of girls suited up. This season has been the year for injuries and illnesses. No matter who is on the court each girl shows up to play with endless effort and hustle Sturges said.
Freshman-Leading ScorerAmaya Urias provided nearly the entire offensive output for Fort Stockton. She scored 13 of her team’s 15 points. She was 6-of-7 on 2- point shots and 50 percent from the free throw line. She added one steal, seven rebounds, and one block.
Junior Brianna Flores added two points, six rebounds, and two blocks.
“Sophomore Yadira Hernandez played awesome defense. She had 3 rebounds and 1 block,” Sturges added.
The Prowlers travel to Andrews this Saturday to take on the Lady Mustangs.