Crockett has 14 points, 10 rebounds in Texas Tech loss

The Associated Press NORMAN, Okla. — Clovis’ Jaye Crockett had 14 points and 10 rebounds Tuesday for Texas Tech in a losing cause, Oklahoma beat Texas Tech 64-55 on Tuesday night to keep the Red Raiders winless in Big 12 play. Texas Tech (7-10, 0-5) trailed throughout the second half but pulled within 48-47 when […]

Crockett looking for breakout season

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Texas Tech media relations Clovis’ Jaye Crockett averaged five points a game for Texas Tech last season as a freshman. By Nick Kosmider: Lubbock Avalance-Journal KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jaye Crockett has to hear the excruciating reminders every day. The sophomore forward, one of Texas Tech’s three returning players, is the second all-time leading scorer […]

Crockett makes adjustment

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Courtesy photo: Texas Tech athletics Clovis native Jaye Crockett throws down a dunk in a win over Louisiana-Monroe last season. Crockett hopes to see a jump in minutes and production in his sophomore year with the Red Raiders. Kevin Wilson It’s safe to say new Texas Tech basketball coach Billy Gillispie is still feeling things […]

Clovis’ Crockett figures prominently in Tech’s plans

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Jaye Crockett averaged 29 points and 12 rebounds his senior season at Clovis High. By Rick White: CNJ sports editor Jaye Crockett has literally grown into what figures to be a prominent role this season with the Texas Tech Red Raiders. A redshirt freshman, Crockett has sprouted more than 2 […]

March 2 – Celebrate

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis’ Jaye Crockett celebrates a dunk during Saturday’s District 4-5A tournament championship game at Rock Staubus Gymnasium. Clovis beat Hobbs 74-73.

Cats earn desired Pit stop

By Greg Price: CNJ sports writer Making the state tournament in Albuquerque is something they’ve been dreaming of since they picked up a basketball. For Clovis seniors Michael Lewis and Cody Thornsbury, it’s taken four years to reach the pinnacle of high school basketball in New Mexico. Others, such as freshman Jaye Crockett, didn’t have […]

Movie Review — Remember: ‘The Alamo’ worth seeing in theaters

By Ben Kessler I remember the Alamo. I visited it about seven years ago and found it fascinating. This movie is a great embodiment of the things I found so interesting. In “The Alamo,” Texas militiamen face overwhelming odds when trying to defend a Spanish mission from the advancing Mexican army. The mission, although not […]

Caring for needy society’s duty, not government

Freedom Newspapers Each of the three major religions in this country, and no doubt many of the lesser-known religions, have within their doctrines a command for man to care for the poor and less fortunate among us. Historically, houses of worship also have been places where those in need could go for solace. However, in […]

Crockett, Donald

Donald Crockett Services: 1 p.m. Saturday at Portales Cemetery. Mr. Donald R. Crockett, 67, died Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2003, at Life Care Center in Farmington. He was born Aug. 5, 1936, in Comanche, Okla., to Virginia and Eddie Crockett. He grew up in Portales. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 1960 and his master’s degree […]

Center offers trip to the musical past

By Angela Peacock Encouraging interaction between artists and the community is the objective behind Lubbock’s Buddy Holly Center. At the center visitors can see the largest Buddy Holly memorabilia collection anywhere as well as the continuously changing visual arts exhibitions. “The mission of the Buddy Holly Center is to be a catalyst for the advancement […]