DUMAS – Sheda Madit poured in 21 points and the Dumas Demonettes pounded the Amarillo River Road Lady Cats 70-20 Tuesday night in a non-district matchup at Dumas High School.


Madit scored eight points in the second quarter to help Dumas outscore the Lady Cats 21-2 and take a commanding 34-6 lead at halftime. The senior also added six rebounds, two assists, and one steal in only 14 minutes of action.

Junior point guard Kamryn Cox sunk a 12-foot jumper to open the scoring, and Madit hit a short jumper to push the lead to 9-0 before River Road connected on a three-pointer to get on the board.

Dumas Demonettes defeat River Road Lady Cats 70-20 in a non-district matchup at Dumas High School. – Photo Courtesy: Dumas ISD

Dumas (3-2) went on a 13-0 run highlighted by a pair of three-point bombs from junior America Arenivar to start the second quarter and grab a 26-4 lead for coach Adam Esses’ squad.

Cox increased the Demonettes lead to 36-6 with a layup to begin the third quarter, and senior McKenzie Johnson dropped a three-pointer to make the score 45-10. Dumas finished the quarter with a 12-0 run and cruised to the lopsided victory.

Cox enjoyed a productive outing with 13 points, seven steals, and four rebounds, while freshman Rylee Schacher added 10 points and eight rebounds.

Senior Abree Elsheimer collected five points, seven steals, and a team-high 12 rebounds for the Demonettes, while Johnson and Arenivar finished with seven and six points, respectively.

The Demonettes will travel to Oklahoma on Tuesday to play the Guymon Lady Tigers in a non-district matchup that is set to tip-off at 6:30 p.m.


EL PASO – The Dumas girls wrestling team went undefeated to claim first place at the Montwood Madness Dual Tournament held last weekend at El Paso Montwood High School.

Dumas girls wrestling team takes 1st place at the Montwood Madness dual tournament after defeating El Paso Eastwood 36-21 – Photo Courtesy: Dumas High School Wrestling

The young Demonettes squad – which includes seven freshmen, one sophomore, and two juniors – started the tourney with an impressive 60-0 win against El Paso Riverside.

Coach Clint Chamblin’s squad topped El Paso Eastlake 54-3 in the second round of pool A and moved to 3-0 with a 54-6 takedown of El Paso Franklin. Dumas knocked off

El Paso Del Valle (54-60) and El Paso Chapin (34-24) to finish the first day with a 5-0 record.

Dumas started the second day of the tournament with a big win over Gadsden (New Mexico), 51-6, and earned first place in pool A with a 34-24 win over El Paso Hanks to advance to the cross-over championship.

The Demonettes won a hard-fought 36-21 battle against El Paso Eastwood to capture the tournament championship

Dumas will have a home dual against Lubbock Monterey on Friday, Dec. 3, and will compete at the Lubbock High Tournament on Saturday, Dec. 4.


ULYSSES – The Dumas Junior High wrestling team traveled to Ulysses, Kansas this past weekend and took home first place at the Kepley Invitational with a team total of 279.5 points. Scott City placed second in the meet with 159 points and Colby claimed third with 151 points.

The Dumas Junior High wrestling team traveled to Ulysses, Kansas this past weekend and took home first place at the Kepley Invitational with a team total of 279.5 points. – Photo Courtesy: Dumas Junior High Wrestling

Nine Demons finished first in their weight class, and 12 wrestlers made it into the finals of their respective brackets. Blaze Williams captured first place at 70 pounds, while Luis Fierro claimed another first-place finish at 75 pounds. Lane Cook won at 80 pounds, Colt Fox won at 90 pounds and David Bedoy fought his way to first at 95 pounds.

Eli Loya earned first place at 105 pounds, while Colton Mills claimed first place at 120 pounds. Daniel Acosta took home first place at 134 pounds and Antonio Espino won first place at 148 pounds.

Three Demons finished second in their weight classes to help Dumas claim first place as a team. Javier Garay, David Pena, and Andrew Trejo took second at 85, 148, and 165 pounds.

Cody Austin finished third at 180 pounds, while Jorge Murga and Adam Velasquez captured fourth at 115 and 141 pounds, respectively. ZJ Jara and Zion Collinsworth also took home fourth in the 155-pound weight class and 265-pound weight class.