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Junior high Indians best Balmorhea Bears

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BALMORHEA - The Indian junior high netters started off district play with a win Tuesday night. The Indian junior high was victorious in three games behind strong play of Chelsea Hernandez, Brenna Downing, Jocelyn Armendariz and Sarah Muniz, winning: 23-15, 25- 11, 25-14..

JV netters split matches against Mustangs, Devils

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PRESIDIO - The Indian sub-varsity team split a pair of matches last weekend in Presidio, beating Fort Hancock in two, but dropping a hard fought game against Presidio. Pressley Huffman, Isabel Najera and Saige Boatright were key in the victory against the Mustangs..

Indian cross country boys end up third at Marfa meet

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MARFA - The Indian cross country teams were on the run in Marfa last week, with the Fort Davis boys finishing third. For the Indians, Henry Downing finished in third, Truett Reagan was eighth and Isaac Ramos ended up 11th.

Junior varsity Indians topped by Fort Stockton

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FORT DAVIS - The Indian junior varsity volleyball dropped a match to Fort Stockton here last week in two games; 15-25, 19-25. “The team approached this game with a renewed sense of competitiveness.

Young junior high netters dropped by Blue Devils

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PRESIDIO - A very young Indian junior high volleyball is making very big strides toward becoming a solid squad, according to head volleyball coach Kelly Boultinghouse. “With seven of the 15 girls being sixth graders, we are starting at the very beginning, but it is amazing how they are coming along,” Boultinghouse said.

The Indian volleyball

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The Indian volleyball teams have been hitting the court each week with more games planned this weekend in Presidio. Here Selene Duarte watches a ball in..

Indian netters continue schedule of tough opponents

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FORT DAVIS - The Fort Davis Indian volleyball squad has continued a tough non-district schedule, filled with state ranked opponents and larger schools. Crane and Presidio were the Indians latest foes, giving the Indians a ton of good experience heading into district play, according to head coach Kelly Boultinghouse.

Bears show to be as advertised, give Indians first loss of season

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FORT DAVIS - When going up against one of the best teams in the state in sixman football, controlling the pigskin is one of the keys to staying close and making things interesting. The Fort Davis Indians couldn’t seem to keep the ball in their hands early against state ranked Balmorhea here last Friday night and it eventually spelled doom for the Indians (1-1), who took their first loss 62-14.