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The deadline for parents to sign their scholars up for the team camp in June is rapidly approaching, lets continue to do the things necessary to build a willing basketball culture & program in Pecos!...

5/3/2022

I feel truly blessed to have had the opportunity to coach this group of young men this year. Our squad developed a real sense of brotherhood, and I cant overstate my appreciation and respect for them as a result, Our seniors were a great group of guys and they will be missed tremendously. We couldn't have started this building process without them. I will be forever grateful for the grit and determination these guys played with. #TELEO Name Class Award Stat-Line Zeke Saldana Sr. Team MVP, 2nd Team All District, Ac.A.D. 13 PPG, 6 Reb, 1.5 Stl, 608 Career Points, 221 Career Rebounds, 97 Career Steals J.D. Camarillo Jr. Team Off. MVP, A.D. Hon. Mention 7.3 PPG, 3 Reb, 2 Ast., 1.5 Stl, Aaron Carrillo Sr. Team Def. MVP, A.D. Hon. Mention 5 PPG, 5 Reb, 1.5 Ast., 1 Stl, 41.2 EFG% Lanier Sadler Jr. Team Newcomer otY, A.D. Hon. Mention 4 PPG, 2 Reb, 1.5 Ast., 39% EFG%, 55% FT Anthony Natividad Jr. Team 6th Man, A.D. Hon. Mention 3 PPG, 2 Reb, 45% EFG, 27% 3FG Joe Terry Sr. A.D. Hon. Mention, Ac.A.D. 63 PF, 122 Reb, 21 Blk, Jeremy Perello So. A.D. Hon. Mention 3 PPG, 2 RPG, 37% EFG%, 60% FT%...

3/1/2022

Pecos Boys Varsity unloads a great second day of golf to secure 2nd place in Fort Stockton against 10 other teams. Joe Camacho shoots an 81 and David Salas shoots 89 to make a big difference in the over all team score. That does not come easy with Caiden Campos, Brian Fuentes, and JD Sandoval shooting personal records over the weekend. Over all the team shoots the best they have ever done in a 2 day tournament with a 771. It is still early in the season and I am hoping to see nothing but more personal records for these young men. Please congratulate them if you see them....

2/22/2022

Just wanted to give a brief update on the season so far. The Varsity boys had a massive win against Fort Stockton at home last Friday, and look to continue that momentum. We will host Andrews at home on Friday to conclude the first half of district. We are currently in a three way tie for third place with Monahans and Seminole, so naturally this is a big game for us. We start our second round of District next Tuesday @ Monahans, please continue to show up and support these young men, a rowdy fan section is easily worth 5 points in a district game. Again thank you for all of your continued support in the establishment and building process of this program!...

1/26/2022

Ethan Chavez paced the boys and set a personal best of 18:04 to place 13th in the Division 1 boys race. Shane Serrano tied his personal best on the way to a 36th place finish. Their hard work this summer showed this meet and will set the tone for the season. They were followed by Zach Moya, Adriel Carrasco and Jose Perez, with Adriel cutting off nearly 2 minutes from his previous best time. Overall the boys placed 8th in the field. A quartet of freshmen made their debut in the high school 5K distance after running 2 miles in junior high. Peter Juarez Jr, Lincoln Sadler, Gabe Gonzales, and Ethan Dominguez all ran hard and got the first race in the books. Now they will know what to expect and I expect they will cut some time in the coming meets. The girls were led by Kallie Bullard who placed 2nd in the Division 1 race which was a 5K. She had really good splits and showed her strength as a distance runner to finish in 19:56. She has been training hard all summer and is ready for the season. In the division 2 race, which was the normal distance of 2 miles, Rhode Duenas led a young team composed of mostly sophomores and freshmen. Rhode ran well to start her season, finishing in the top half of the race, and looks to continue improving each week. She was joined by Amri Vasquez and Emily Natividad who each are returning and look to fill some holes on the team. They were followed by a couple new faces in Mariah Rubio, who is running after being a manager for the last 2 years, and Amara Garcia who is a freshman. All are glad to have the first race in the books and are looking forward to getting better each week. Also running for the Lady Eagles were Arissa Bugayong and Iyisis Loa. Four junior high runners ran the first race of their careers on Saturday. All were nervous to start the race, but found they were able to do this. All four are 7th graders and were led by Joe Rodriguez who placed 33rd out of more than 140 boys. He was joined by Brock Leonard who was exhausted afterwards but wants to keep running. In the girls race, Madeline Dominguez placed 50th out of more than 100 girls and was joined by Aubrey Tavarez. Both girls enjoyed the competition and look forward to continuing to compete. Overall the kids did great. They will run next at the Wink Invitational which will be at the Winkler County Golf Course on Saturday, August 28th. The first race will begin at 9 am with the JH girls and role from there with JH boys, JV girls, varsity girls, JV boys, and varsity boys....

8/22/2021

This past weekend the CMS golf team had 1 girl medal . Despite the green being very tough Nevaeh Rodriguez tied for 9th place with a 116. Other scores: Jadah Salas -121 Alyana Carrasco-134 Haylee Hill-128 HazelRay Canales-120 Team total-485 Carlie Ramirez -140 Kaelynn Salcido-136 Esmi Hinojos-127...

4/26/2021

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