It took Chisum a bit of time to get things going on Tuesday, but once they shook off a bit of rust, they raced to a four-set victory over Grand Saline.
For most of her life, Chisum Lady Mustang Hannah Ford has all but lived on the ball field. Now, she’s guaranteed to spend a bit more time playing the game she loves after committing to play for the Vernon College softball team.
The Chisum Mustangs built up a sizable first-half lead, but were unable to hold on for the victory Friday night against Hooks, falling 35-33 in a wild, back-and-forth finish.
In 2020, the Chisum Lady Mustangs were unable to beat Edgewood in district play. 2021 is a new year, though, and on Tuesday the volleyball team dispatched the Lady Bulldogs in four sets, coming away with the season sweep.
The Chisum Mustangs’ offense was as electric as ever Friday against district power Paul Pewitt. However, their defense came up short in the effort, and the Brahmas handed Chisum their first loss on the year.
The Chisum Lady Mustangs fought valiantly when they took the volleyball court against Rains on Friday, but despite playing the Ladycats close from start to finish, it was Rains who came out with the hard-fought win, and Chisum fell 23-25, 29-27, 18-25, 22-25.
Down two key players in Tuesday’s game against Commerce, Chisum’s volleyball team had to make a handful of adjustments to adapt to the missing players who are nursing injuries. The Lady Mustangs stepped up and adapted with shining colors, with several players taking on bigger roles and shini…
Things were never in question at Mustang Stadium, as Chisum celebrated its homecoming with a resounding win, taking control of the game from the very first play from scrimmage, en route to a 49-12 drubbing of the Redwater Dragons.
The Chisum High School gymnasium was simply electric Friday afternoon, with a packed, raucous crowd creating one of the most energetic atmospheres you’re likely to find at a high school volleyball game.
The Chisum Lady Mustangs volleyball team took control early against Lone Oak and didn’t let up Tuesday, easily downing the Lady Buffaloes 25-14, 25-16, 25-15.
Friday marked not only the start of district play for several teams throughout the Red River Valley, but also the latest chapter in one of the area’s biggest rivalries — the Chisum Mustangs and the Prairiland Patriots. Ultimately it was the Mustangs who came out ahead in both regards, winnin…
On Friday, the Chisum Lady Mustangs continued their strong play on the volleyball court thus far, downing Grand Saline in three straight sets, winning 25-16, 25-16, 25-18.
The Chisum FFA’s Gripo It & Rip It fundraiser golf tournament is fast approaching, and there are still opportunities for local businesses to help sponsor the event.
The Texas Girls Coaches Association has the Mt. Vernon Lady Tigers volleyball team ranked number 23 in class 3A. That didn’t affect the Chisum Lady Mustangs on Tuesday night as they dominated three of the four sets they played en route to a win 25-14, 25-21, 20-25, 25-14.