• Updated

Headed up by first team selections Steven Hubbard and Sedrick Williams, Kilgore College placed a total of five players on the NJCAA All-American Football Team for the 2019 season.

  • Updated

UNION GROVE — It was a bittersweet homecoming Monday night for Dee Lewis, who brought his Spring Hill Lady Panthers to Union Grove for a non district contest.

  • Updated

The Texas Girls Coaches Association honored 14 area players recently with All-Star or All-State accolades following the 2019 high school volleyball season.

  • Updated

Christian Heritage Classical School senior Mark Mitchell earned second team honors at two positions with the release of the TAPPS Division II District I All-District Football Team for 2019.

  • Updated

Casey Mudoh’s late arrival got host team Spring Hill back in the game, but it was the play of Nick Crumb down the stretch for Barbers Hill that helped the Eagles hold off the Panthers, 57-52, in the third-place game of the JoAnn Sparks Tournament at Panther Gymnasium on Saturday.

  • Updated

MOUNT PLEASANT — When Paul Pewitt and Daingerfield met back in 1962 — the only time the two county rivals had ever tangled in the postseason before Friday — defenses were the story as Daingerfield earned an 8-6 win over the Brahmas.

  • Updated

Football season might be over the Hallsville Bobcats but that’s not keeping Buck Buchanan away from the field. The sophomore kicker/punter was invited to take part in a kicking and punting competition in Austin today and Sunday.

  • Updated

Based on their votes, East Texas fans have narrowed the original list of 78 down to five for the “playoffs” to decide which former football standout is The GOAT (Greatest of All Time).

  • Updated

Rachel Petree calmly sank the front end of a two-shot foul as the Spring Hill Lady Panthers held off the Big Sandy Lady Cats, 25-24, in opening-round action of the JoAnn Sparks Tournament on Thursday.

  • Updated

KILGORE — The start of Wednesday’s Region XIV Conference opener against Angelina College couldn’t have been much worse for Kilgore. The finish, however, is what will cause a lingering pain

  • Updated

KILGORE — Rodrigue Andela had a quiet second half here Wednesday, but when the Rangers needed for him to make noise the 6-8 sophomore dropped the hammer and helped Kilgore College escape with a key Region XIV Conference win.