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Bluecat Cross Country Heading to Regionals!

Coleman Bluecat Cross Country teams did an outstanding job at the district meet held at the Coleman Country Club yesterday. The girls’ team placed 2nd with Marie Rosales placing 2nd over-all. The boys’ team placed 3rd with Jaime Valdez winning the meet! We would like to congratulate all the kids on an outstanding job!  Way

Homecoming Queen and King Crowned

Friday night at half time, Mariana Watson was crowned Coleman’s 2015 Homecoming Queen.  Kyle Boyet was crowned Coleman’s 2015 Homecoming King at the pep rally earlier in the day.  Kyle joined Mariana on the field to cheers from the stands! Congratulations!

GRRRR! The Bluecats Lose District Opener!

According to the Bluecats, this loss is a one time thing only so don’t get discouraged Bluecat fans! The Bluecats hit a bump in the road on their trek to state last Friday night in Post, but they are back on track and ready to dominate Colorado City. The game started out with an impressive meeting

Bluecats CC Team Wins Albany

Bluecats slayed at the Albany CC meet.  The varsity girls stuck together and had impressive showings: Marie Rosales 9th Summer Flores 11th Skyler Croft 12th Shiean Walters 13th   Varsity Boys killed it!  JV Valdez won with a time of 14:58 in the 3 Mile.  That’s three miles in less than 15 minutes!  Wow!  Gabriel

Jim Ned Warpath Invitational Results

Last week, the Bluecat Cross Country team was invited to run in the Jim Ned Warpath Invitational Cross Country meet.  The results were: Varsity Girls:  8th Place with a score of 194.  Marie Rosales placed 11th. Varsity Boys:  5th Place with a score of 140.  JV (Jaime) Valdez placed 3rd. JV Boys:  13th Place with


Well, it is finally here…1st District GAME!  The Bluecats will face Post Friday night in their district opener in Post.  The Bluecat cheerleaders have planned an exciting pep rally to get the boys and the fans pumped up:  Blackout Pep Rally!  The Blackout Pep Rally is so huge that the cheerleaders had to split up

Paint the Town Blue!

Are you ready for “paint the town blue”?  It starts tonight!  The Boosters will be out painting paws downtown and around Hufford Field.  For the last ten years, Coleman has really got caught up in “Painting the Town Blue”.  Let’s keep it up!  The Boosters are selling Bluecat flags for $30.  Joe Zarate will even

Senior Bluecat Bobbleheads: Super Cool

Mrs. Wakefield’s CATS class is working with Sue Dossey, the city librarian, and Mrs. Sandra Rose, city library board member, on a fantastic fundraiser.  Together the group is working on scanning the faces of all the senior football players and printing their faces with the library’s 3D printer.  Mrs. Rose has donated the filament for

7th Grade Bluecat Nathan Nash Interview

The odds were not in the Bluecat’s favor when they played the Anson Tigers according to 7th Grader Nathan Nash.  “We got owned,” said Nash.  Nash is #55 and plays right tackle.  Nathan enjoys being on the football team, but his least favorite part of athletics is the running.  Nathan wants everyone to know that

Pee Wee Bluecats Beat Up on the Anson Tigers by Gus Allen

The Pee Wee Bluecats beat the Anson Tigers 40-0.  Robert Wright got 3 running TDs.  Devinar Roberson got 1 TD and Ryland Gentry got 1 rushing TD.  The 1st half was good, but the 2nd half was even better.  The Bluecat defense ate up the Tigers.  The Bluecats are now 2-1.  This was the Pee