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Showman ship:

Senior swine Kate smith Junior swine Melanie Calhoun Peewee swine McLain Seaton Junior goat Madilee Martinez Peewee Goat Sadie Harrington

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Brownfield Local Stock Show Results : Grand Champion Goat

Jesica Melendez Reserve Champion Goat

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Capital Highlights Week of January 9 - 13

What to expect in legislative session

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Jaelyn Molina

Jaelyn Molina getting past a defender (Krystal Valentin)

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Brownfield Runnin Cubs suffer first loss in district play to Littlefield Wildcats 74-54

Brownfield hit the road Tuesday night looking to remain undefeated in district play but were unsuccessful as Littlefield got the best of them and handed Brownfield their first loss 74-54. Both teams came out of the gate at full speed with Jeron Lawrence getting things started with a three for Brownfield. Both teams would get up and down the floor exchanging buckets. Littlefield towards the end of the quarter was able go on a small run to put them in front and give them an 18-12 lead going into the second quarter. Coming out to start the second frame Brownfields offense sputtered thanks to adjustments made by Littlefield, and breakdowns defensively cost Brownfield as they saw themselves down 23-13 midway through the second frame. Littlefield would go on to out-score Brownfield 17-12 to go into the locker room with a 4025 lead. Coming out of the break Littlefield was able to catch fire and used that momentum to propel their defense as well. JoJo Carrillo tried to get the Cubs back into the game going on his own 6-0 run with back-to-back threes but were quickly wiped away by Littlefield who had an answer on their end and would not allow Brownfield to catch momentum. Both teams would go back and forth but ultimately Littlefield was able to take a 52-38 lead going into the final frame. Littlefield would keep the pressure on in the fourth with their patient offense and ability to gash the Brownfield defense by making the extra pass for easy buckets as Littlefield continued to stay hot offensively. Unfortunately Brownfield chose a bad night to be off from beyond the arc as they were not able to claw back into the game despite valiant efforts from the Cubs. Littlefield pulled away with the 74-54 win handing Brownfield their first loss of district play. Brownfield will be back in action Friday night when Muleshoe makes the trip to ‘The PIT’ where tipoff is set for 7:30 pm.

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Lady Cubs fall on the road to the Lady Wildcats 56-38

The Brownfield Lady Cubs dropped their second district game of the season losing to the Littlefield Lady Wildcats 56-38. Once again the Lady Cubs were without their leader Rhianna Miranda who’s still nursing an injury. Jaelyn Molina jump started the offense as she made a layup and was sent to the free throw line for a chance for a three point play and she would capitalize. Unfortunately those 3 points would be all the Lady Cubs would have for a while as Littlefield would force a couple of turnovers to get easy buckets and began to utilize full court pressure that bothered the Lady Cubs as they would have 10 first quarter turnovers that carried the Lady Cats an 11-0 run at one point. The second half of the first quarter would be a different story as the Lady Cubs were able to make some adjustments and get some stops on the defensive side while getting some baskets. Brownfield was able to outscore Littlefield 7-4 to end the first but would ultimately be trailing 18-10 going to the second frame. The story would feel the exact same as the first quarter with Littlefield coming out on a 8-2 run to start before Amery Pauda would end the run. Once again the Lady Cubs would outscore the Lady Cats to end the quarter but went into the locker room trailing 31-22. The halftime break did no good for the Lady Cub offense as they did not hit their first field goal of the half till 3 minutes in when Lucy Guzman nailed a much needed jumper. Both teams exchanged rather long possessions in the 3 rd quarter which shortened the game. But going into the 4 th Brownfield was still in it only trailing 41-31. Unfortunately Littlefield was able to put a lot of pressure forcing Brownfield into a bunch of turnovers and resulted in a 9-0 run that virtually shut the door for the Lady Cubs. They would not stop fighting as they tried to dig into the deficit but on this night Littlefield took advantage of your turnovers and would go on to win the ballgame 56-38. The Brownfield Lady Cubs will be back in action Friday night as they welcome in Muleshoe and look to get back on track in district, tip-off is set for 6:00 PM.

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~ Great Grace ~

'And with great power the apostles gave witness to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus. And great grace was upon them all' (Acts 4:33).

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