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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.
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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.
UTSA rallied from a 2-0 deficit to score three times in the top of the seventh inning and beat Louisiana Tech 3 -2 in Ruston, La., on Saturday and earn the series sweep.
Notre Dame has been awarded the Henderson Cup for the TAPPS 1A level after a superb academic and athletic season.
Alamo Heights' Tommy Barrow was 3 for 3 with four RBIs and three runs scored in a 10-1 win over Kerrville Tivy.
They might not get many style points, but Port Aransas' baseball team got what it wanted: Another round in the playoffs.
Thomas Metthe/Reporter-News Windthorst's Trissa Berend drops a fly ball during the bottom of the fourth inning of the Windthorst's 8-7 loss to Albany in the Region I-1A semifinal on Saturday in Graham.
Patrick Johnston/Times Record News Rider's Landon Geisinger turns the double play against Birdville in the second game of the Region I-4A quarterfinals Friday evening at Hoskins Field.
Aaron Keller had quite an evening Friday at Moffett Field. The Bangs senior had a 4-hit, 13-strikeout performance on the mound, and he also drove in two runs - including the game-winner in the top of the seventh inning - to lift the Dragons to 3-2 victory over Holliday.
Burkburnett's Kylee Trahan dominated Lubbock Cooper from start to finish in Friday's opener, and Casey Cannon helped the No.
Lamesa's Myranda Jenks scores the game-winning run past Hawley's Jordan Anderson during their Class 2A playoff game on Friday in Snyder.