Wednesday , 26 November 2014
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Seventh heaven

The Javelina football team ended a season of disappointment on the right note, picking up their first conference win in their final game of the season with a 41-16 victory over the McMurry Warhawks on Nov. 15 for a seventh place finish in the 2014 season. The Javelinas broke their eight game losing streak in the process while exacting revenge ... Read More »

Hounds pick up another win over hogs

BLACKWATER DRAW, N.M.—The Javelina football team now sits with a 1-9 overall record after bringing back another loss to Javelina Nation when they were defeated by Eastern New Mexico University at Greyhound Stadium, with a 61-7 loss on Nov. 8. The Greyhounds were able to score their first touchdown with 7:50 left in the first quarter when Javelina defensive linemen ... Read More »

Javelinas hope for victorious finale

The Javelina football team is entering their final game of the 2014 season with another rematch, this time against the McMurry University War Hawks. The Javelinas return to Abilene, the site of the first meeting when they lost to the War Hawks by a score of 27-21 on Sept. 27. This time, both teams will be fighting for the seventh ... Read More »

Mustangs thrive in second half

Photo by Tracey Hernandez

The Javelinas trailed 10-7 at halftime this past Saturday against the Midwestern State University Mustangs, but unfortunately for them the Mustangs offense woke up and exploded for 38 straight unanswered points en route to a 48-7 blowout victory over the Javelinas. The Javelinas saw their overall record fall to 1-8 on the season and their Lone Star Conference regular season ... Read More »

A chance at redemption

The Javelina football team finished up the Lone Star Conference regular season with a winless record of 0-7 with a 1-8 overall record. The Javelinas find themselves in the consolation bracket of the LSC playoffs with the highest possible position being fifth place if they should win both of their games. They will be in a rematch this weekend when ... Read More »

Stampeded by the Buffs

CANYON—It didn’t take long for the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Javelina football team to exhibit the same old bad habits that have plagued them all season long. Three plays into the game, West Texas A&M took the lead off a Preston Rabb pass to Xavier Amey for a 55-yard touchdown pass that gave the Buffaloes the lead 23 seconds into the ... Read More »

Javelinas brace for senior night

The Javelinas are fresh off a 48-21 loss to West Texas A&M and are currently on a six game losing streak when they take on the Midwestern State University Mustangs for senior night at Javelina Stadium. The Mustangs enter the game with a 5-2 overall record and a 4-2 Lone Star Conference record. The Mustangs are currently in a three-way ... Read More »

Javelinas look ahead to next conference game against Buffs in Canyon

Fresh off a homecoming defeat to the Angelo State Rams 57-31 in front of a rampant home crowd that was energized throughout the game. The Javelinas now find themselves traveling to Canyon to take on the West Texas A&M University Buffaloes (4-3, 3-2). The Buffaloes are coming off a devastating loss to the Texas A&M Commerce Lions 48-21 in Commerce. ... Read More »

Rams headbutt hogs at homecoming

The Javelinas came out of the gate with a sense of urgency taking a 10-0 lead against the Angelo State Rams on Homecoming night. That lead would not hold up, as the high octane Rams offense capitalized on turnovers and exploded for a 57-31 victory over the Javelinas. The Javelinas overall record drops to 1-6 on the season while their ... Read More »

Javelinas prepare for Angelo State

The Javelinas are fresh off an historic 80-14 loss to Tarleton State and are looking to take their aggression out on the Rams. But they will also have to overcome the confusion of losing their head coach mid-season. The Rams enter the game off a devastating 41-40 against the Lone Star Conference’s only undefeated team, the Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions. ... Read More »