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Tuesday, May 18, 1999

Junior high girls fourth in Tourney

PECOS, May 18,1999 --Outside of the Pampa Harvester girls not being there, the order of finish for the final round of the area's junior high golf tournament was pretty much the same as at last month's Region I-4A high school tournament in San Angelo -- Snyder, Andrews, Pecos.

The Eagles' seventh and eighth grade girls completed their four-round tournament on Saturday at the Ward County Golf Course in Monahans by shooting 221 for the final nine holes to place fourth, behind Snyder (203), and Andrews `A' (207) and `B' teams (214).

Coach Kim Calhoun said she was missing some girls due to softball, and as a result, only had one team entered at Monahans. Dena Dutchover and Brandi North had the Eagles' low rounds for the day with 51s, and placed 10th and 13th overall in the tournament. Lauren Martinez was fourth overall after shooting a 53 on Saturday, while Sara McKinney shot a 60 and Kristian Aguilar shot a 61 and wound up 11th in the final standings.

"Dena improved four strokes, Brandi improved five strokes and Sara improved four strokes," Calhoun said. Jenna Cranfill shot a 69 and she at the most improvement. She cut 11 strokes, which was her goal."

Cranfill was the Eagles' lone medalist golfer on the day.

Snyder did not have an overall four round score, since they did not play in the tournament the previous week at Kermit. Andrews finished with a 36-hole total of 811, while Andrews `B' shot an 894 overall and Pecos had a 915.

Fort Stockton and Monahans were the other two teams to play all four rounds. The Prowlers shot a 228 at Monahans and finished at 927, while the host Loboes finished with 1002 total after a round of 246 on their home course.

Eagles set site, times for playoffs

PECOS, May 18, 1999 -- Because the Midland Lee Rebels and the El Paso Socorro Bulldogs don't mind traveling long distances this weekend, the Pecos Eagles will get to play their Region I-4A quarterfinal series at the site they wanted, Alpine's Kokernot Field.

The Eagles will face the El Paso Riverside Rangers in a best of-three regional quarterfinal series, starting at 5 p.m. Friday at Kokernot Field. Game 2 will be at noon on Saturday, with a third game, if needed, starting about 2:30 p.m.

Eagles' coach Bubba Williams finalized the site Monday afternoon, after Lee and Socorro opted to play a home-and-home series in their Class 5A regional quarterfinal matchup. The Rebels and Bulldogs had first call on the Alpine field, which could have forced the Eagles and Rangers to move their playoff game to Carlsbad or Hobbs, N.M.

The Eagles will go into Friday's game off a sweep of Plainview in the area round of the Class 4A playoffs. Pecos scored a 10-4 win in Friday's opener, then edged the Bulldogs on Saturday, 2-1.

The Eagles had drawn a first round bye for winning the District 2-4A title, while Riverside finished second to El Paso Ysleta in District 1-4A, but have rolled through their four playoff games, routing Pecos' district rival, Fabens, by 13-2 and 16-1 scores, then ousting District 4-4A champ Canyon Randall this past weekend by 6-3 and 3-0 scores.

The winner of the series will face either Wichita Falls Rider or Weatherford on Memorial Day weekend.

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