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Howard Putter has a good feeling about his Byron Nelson boys soccer team. The Bobcats are streaking into the playoffs.
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The Summit boys soccer team is hammering its way through district competition this season, but a 1-1 draw on Friday reminded coach David McDonald that there is an area his team still needs to shore up.
Huntsville took a 6-2 victory against Caney Creek on Friday night. The Lady Hornets scored a pair of runs in the first inning, another in the fourth, then brought in three in the sixth inning when Paige Pacher hit a two-RBI triple and eventually scored on an overthrow to home plate.
Before she dominated the courts and arenas of Conference USA as a UTEP Miner, before she trounced all comers in District 1-4A as an Irvin Rocket, Kayla Thornton owned third-grade recess.
In returning to District 2-5A action for the first time in 11 days, the Tascosa Rebels had trouble hitting the ball Saturday afternoon against Lubbock Coronado.
People have moved south and west across the country for hundreds of years, the call of sunny, warm weather words to many ears.
The Texas Girls Coaches Association has released its annual all-state basketball teams, and 12 area athletes made the cut.
When a team comes to the end of a tournament, the biggest question is usually about pitching.
Jerry Robertson, 79, of Darouzett, right, turns his barn into a baseball facility for small-town high school teams.
The Texas A&M-Corpus Christi men's basketball team used a stellar defensive effort to win its seventh consecutive game, 58-44, over Nicholls on Saturday at the American Bank Center.
The Hornets are still trying to get out of their own way. So far this season, Huntsville's baseball team has allowed self-inflicted wounds to help render them winless three games into the district schedule.
Thanks to two convincing victories on Thursday, Alpha Omega Academy's baseball team will be playing for a tournament title in Iola today.
Since the beginning of the season, the Eastwood boys soccer team has wanted to end its nine-year playoff drought.
Ryan defender Haley Grizzafi, right, winces as the ball heads for her head after a kick by Lewisville's Sydney Priest during Friday's match at Ryan.
Bryan outlasted A&M Consolidated 9-6 in the first of two Crosstown Showdown softball match-ups of the season.
The Granbury Pirates will open the 2014 football regular season on the road at Azle on Aug. 29. The first home game will be the following week, Sept.