West Rusk senior linebacker and offensive lineman Coltan Mills was one of six players selected on Wednesday for statewide Built Ford Tough Texas High School Player of the Week honors.
Running their consecutive set streak to nine in a row, the Spring Hill Lady Panthers coasted to a 25-15, 25-17, 25-18 sweep of the Chapel Hill Lady Bulldogs here Tuesday night.
TYLER — The Longview High School tennis team stepped away from district play over the weekend to earn wins over Lindale (18-1) and Corsicana (16-3) at The Cascades.
A junior quarterback making his third varsity start and a record-setting linebacker earned top honors for Week 3 of the high school football season.
Editor’s note: The “In Case You Missed It” feature will publish each Monday during the high school football regular season, taking a closer look at a significant element from the previous weekend’s action.
KILGORE — The Kilgore College softball team split a pair of games on Saturday at the Ballpark at KC Commons, rallying for a 5-3 win over Grayson and dropping a 2-1 decision to Eastern Oklahoma State College.
Staff writer George Whitley takes a by-the-numbers look at Pine Tree’s 64-62 triple overtime loss to Kilgore on Friday night at R.E. St. John Memorial Stadium in Kilgore:
Staff writer George Whitley takes a by-the-numbers look at Spring Hill’s 27-0 win over White Oak on Friday night at Roughneck Stadium in White Oak:
KILGORE — The fact it was Friday the 13th with a full moon over head didn’t seem to bother Kilgore or Pine Tree in the home opener for the Bulldogs at R.E. St. John Memorial Stadium.
ELYSIAN FIELDS – Ryan Wilkerson ran and passed for over 200 yards, but it wasn’t enough as Elysian Fields suffered its first loss of the season 41-34 to Winona on Friday at Jacket Stadium.
DAINGERFIELD – Despite having an enormous amount of penalties, the Daingerfield Tigers still managed to do just enough on their Homecoming night to get by the Lions of New Boston 26-12 to move to a record of (2-1) on the season.
BULLARD — Buck Buchanan booted a 28-yard field goal in overtime, lifting the Hallsville Bobcats to a 16-13 win over the Bullard Panthers on Friday at Panther Stadium.
WASKOM – A Thursday night special saw Waskom’s football team fall behind early at home to the Hughes Springs Mustangs, and despite an effort at a comeback, the Wildcats fell short in a 35-21 final.
The Bobcats hit the road the road for the final tuneup before district starts in two weeks. Bullard's quarterback is a weapon Hallsville must account for at all times.