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9 hrs ago | The Countywide
When Beeville volleyball coach Rebecca Riojas-Fryer pulled the fortune from her fortune cookie on Monday, she had no idea it would be so apropos. After dinner with her husband, Riojas-Fryer pulled out the fortune to find a message that said she would overcome adversity in the near future.
13 hrs ago | EParis Extra
Two schools known for their team speed put on a marathon track meet Friday night at Tyler Chapel Hill Bulldog Stadium that wasn't decided until a failed 4th-and-6 gamble by the Paris Wildcats in the game's waning minutes allowed the Bulldogs to deal the final decisive blow in a 51-41, penalty-filled, offensvie slugfest. The bittersweet evening overshadowed a roller-coaster night by the Wildcat offense, which managed to outgain their athletic hosts, 585-385, in total yardage.
Lozoya, a sophomore, is making a move up the charts. As of Thursday, Lozoya has a total of 245 kills and 33 blocks, according to Maxpreps.com.
Notre Dame wide receiver Corey Robinson , a San Antonio Christian product, hauls in a TD catch in front of Purdue defensive back Anthony Brown. None of this no-huddle attack stuff.
After an opening week loss, the Cowboys turn their attention to the 1-0 Tennessee Titans. Here are 10 things you need to know about the Titans.
The Decatur Lady Eagles served up a victory on their home floor Tuesday - literally.The Lady Eagles landed 11 aces and kept the Denton Ryan Lady Raiders scrambling with their work from the service line in a three-game sweep.
Sarah A. Miller/Tyler Morning Telegraph Coaches and athletes from the 1994 John Tyler High School football team salute the John Tyler football section as they are inducted into the Tyler ISD Athletic Hall of Fame Friday night at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium. Sarah A. Miller/Tyler Morning Telegraph Coaches and athletes from the 2004 Robert E. Lee football team are inducted into the Tyler ISD Athletic Hall of Fame Friday night at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium.
Through the first two weeks of the season, the Denton Broncos have earned the wins they've desired, but the games haven't exactly started according to plan. Against Carrollton Creekview today in their first home game of the season, the Broncos will look to start fast and head into their bye week with a perfect 3-0 record.
Since we've talked about 300-yard rushers this week, let's open today's blog with some chatter about the guys throwing the football. Quarterback aficionados may want to make a trip out to Marble Falls this evening for the Mustangs' home game against Boerne.
Since Medina Valley put 12 points on the board in the first half of Navarro's season opener two weeks ago, the Panther defense has been nothing short of perfect. Navarro takes a six-quarter streak of holding opponents scoreless into tonight's home game against Gonzales - the first ever meeting between the two programs.
"One thing we know for sure," said Ganado coach Jim Bird, "is one of these Jackson County schools is going to get a 'W' this week." The Indians had opportunities for different outcomes against Rice Consolidated and Brazos , but were unable to put together a complete game.
Coach Tricia Roos' baby has trisomy 18, a chromosome disorder so bad that doctors recommended terminating the pregnancy. Roos chose to keep her baby.
Hey, I see the Rebs doing enough in this one to will move to 3-0 and equaling last year's win total in a wild ride ... Tascosa 49, Odessa 45. a- Amarillo High vs. EP Montwood at Seminole 7:30 p.m.: Amarillo High is coming off an impressive win - the best victory of any 2-6A team this year - by beating WF Rider on the road. Montwood is no Rider.
The Alice Varsity Volleyball team , came up short against the Moody Trojans on Tuesday as Alice traveled east to take on their district rival in Corpus Christi. In what was a rough matchup for the Lady Coyotes, the team set the pace early with Bianca Alvarez capping off with 2 aces and 5 kills.
The Navarro High School volleyball team opened the District 26-4A schedule with a convincing home win Tuesday night, dispatching Cuero in a 3-0 sweep at the Navarro Events Center in Geronimo. Navarro posted commanding finals of 25-13 and 25-11 in the first two games, and outlasted the visiting Gobblers 25-21 in the game three.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 11:39 am
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