Sports

Indian netter, golfers, track and field teams open seasons

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FORT DAVIS - As basketball seasons came to an end in the last few weeks for both the boys and girls teams, the transition into spring sport schedules has begun with some of those sports already in action with more to come in the next few days.

Indians end season with loss to Vaqueros

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FORT DAVIS - The Fort Davis Indians were knocked out of the playoff chase Saturday, dropping a 61-55 decision to Sierra Blanca. The Indians were plagued again by a slow start, trailing 17-2 before slowly clawing their way into the game in the second half, twice cutting the lead to three points.

Indian playoff hopes on the line with three games remaining

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FORT DAVIS - A win against Marfa capped off a long week against district opponents for the Fort Davis roundball team. After an eight day layoff due to the coronavirus, including practices, the Indians hit on all cylinders in order to beat Marfa, 69-46.

Indian girls wrap up season

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FORT DAVIS - The Fort Davis Indian girls basketball season came to an end this week with a trio of losses for a young team playing in an odd year with the coronavirus continually making things tougher than usual.

Roundball a go tomorrow in Marfa

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FORT DAVIS - Basketball schedules for the Fort Davis Indians boys and girls teams have been turned upside down by issues stemming from the coronavirus. Last week a scheduled game against Sierra Blanca was postponed due to a closer of Fort Davis Schools due to the virus.

Indian roundball drops pair of games in district action

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BALMORHEA and VAN HORN - It was a tough seven days for the Indian boys basketball team, as they dropped a pair of games to Balmorhea and Van Horn in district play. Against the Bears, the Indians started out on fire from the field and raced to a 17-5 first quarter lead.

Indian girls drop one to Shorthorns

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FORT DAVIS - A strong third quarter was not enough to push the Indian girls varsity past Marfa here Tuesday in a district matchup. The Indians would drop their second district game, 54-28.