Big signs outside Cooper's baseball stadium testify to the Pirates' tradition. Under the heading of regional quarterfinal champions, a string of years is painted: 2000, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012.
THE GILMER BUCKEYES hosted the Gilmer Azalea Orthopedics 7on7 Football Tournament Saturday at Buckeye Stadium, and the varsity squad, led by returning incoming Senior quarterback Tanner Barr, kept their record undefeated at 7-0 on the young season, winning all five games they played in the tournament and taking the Championship.
Who says you can't go home? Certainly not the Bombers! This season the Bombers are excited to welcome both a former Rudder Ranger and a future Texas A&M Aggie to their home team in the Brazos Valley.
Once hitters get a look at a pitcher, they can often find out how to beat the hurlers the second time around a lineup.
Offensive Player of the Year #13, Kassie James, is from Little Cypress-Mauriceville. Dave Ryan/The Enterprise Photo: Dave Ryan New Comer of the Year #12, Katie Lee is from Port Neches-Groves. Dave Ryan/The Enterprise Photo: Dave Ryan Top row is Shanice Hagler, left, and Raven Cole, right.
Stout football and basketball programs year in and year out have made the Wildcats one of the most dominant Class 2A programs in West Texas for the past decade.
Texas is apparently home of the major league stars this season. From Cavan Biggio to Torii Hunter, Jr.
Eder Erives, a standout pitcher at Montwood High School, holds cousin Victoria Erives, left, and brother Diego Erives after signing to play for Arizona State during a ceremony Tuesday at Montwood.
The Texas Exes Paris Chapter recently awarded scholarships to four local high school students who have chosen to attend the University of Texas following high school graduation.
Deciding where to play a postseason series, what to do if bad weather approaches and how to squeeze games in with scheduling conflicts make their jobs more complicated than they should be.
Pilot Point pitcher Skylar Cagle, seen here against Ponder, pitched her third no-hitter of the year in Game 1 of Pilot Point's series win against Commerce.
A banner season for the Varsity Lady Lions came toa close on Saturday afternoon when the Area ChampionLady Lions took a crushing 0-4 loss to the LeanderLady Lions in the Regional Quarterfinals.The Lady Lions came into what was scheduled tobe a best-of-three contest with a 26-11 record on theseason, having been named District 27-4A runners up,then ... (more)
With Lake Ridge now open, Legacy is no longer the new kid on the block. Still, the school is relatively young, having opened in 2008.
TRN File Photo Rider assistant coach Josh Bobbitt, shown celebrating the Raiders' state title win two years ago, will be the head coach at City View next season.