Angelo State baseball team will host the 2017 Lone Star Winter Baseball Camp, December 18-20 at Foster Field at 1st Community Credit Union Stadium for baseball players ages 6-14.
The camp will be led by head coach Kevin Brooks as well as assistant coaches John Anderson and Travis Lawler. Check in will begin at 1 p.m. on Monday the 18th in the Norris Clubhouse and the players will practice from 1:30 to 4:30 each day of the clinic. Cost for participation is $125. To register for the camp, go to angelosports.com and click on baseball
The Central Lady Cats put up a solid fight against the #15 ranked team in the state, Killeen Ellison, and Ellison held on to beat Central 45-36. Parris Parmer had 13 points and Central will host #8 ranked Copperas Cove on Friday. The Lady Cats are now 1-1 in district play. The Central Bobcats won a non-district game at home last night over Fort Stockton 75-65. The Bobcats led by 24 at halftime. The Lake View Maidens defeated TLC Academy 33-13. The Maidens pick up their third win this season and will host Midland Classical Academy on Friday afternoon. The #5 Wall Lady Hawks routed #4 Lubbock Trinity Christian 68-24 at a neutral site in Forsan. The Lady Hawks are now 9-4 on the season.
The UIL, the governing body of high school sports in Texas, announced the enrollment of every high school in the state and the cutoff for each conference, and Lake View high school is dropping down from 5A to 4A starting in the fall of 2018. The Chiefs were 86 students below the cutoff to stay as a 5A program. For the last four seasons, Lake View has faced football teams with twice the numbers as Lake View. There are 183 schools in the state in class 4A, and the Chiefs will be one of 93 schools to play 4A Division I football. Lake View could be in the same district in football with any of the following schools: Brownwood, Big Spring, Andrews, Lampasas, Stephenville, Canyon, San Elizaro and Mountain View.