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Dalhart drops Borger

Win keeps slim title hopes alive for Lady Wolves’ volleyball team

By THOMAS LOTT

Dalhart needed to win three games in a row to keep their hopes alive for a split district title after their loss to Bushland and they achieved just that with a 3-0 (25-22, 25-23 and 25-16) win over Borger on Tuesday night.

The win sets up a match-up with Bushland (6-0) and Dalhart (5-2) on Saturday afternoon. If Dalhart wins and Bushland loses to Pampa the following Tuesday, there will be a threeway tie for the top spot in the district with Dalhart, Pampa and Bushland all holding 6-2 records.

It’s a long shot, but it is a possibility.

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Wieck, Gonzalez lead Lady Tigers to title

Hartley Girls qualify for regional meet for second consecutive year, meet to be held October 31 in Lubbock

By THOMAS LOTT

After the 2013-14 school year Hartley girls’ cross country coach Dedra Hill knew what she had in Angelica Gonzalez. She knew she had an individual regional qualifier, a state track qualifier and a competitive girl that could lead her team to the regional meet once again.

Then Kelly Wieck started running with the varsity during the summer and Hill knew she had something special. She knew she had two runners in Gonzalez and Wieck that could compete with runners from bigger schools and for the district title in District 3-1A this year.

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