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The University Interscholastic League announced on Wednesday new guidelines for voluntary strength and conditioning workouts on July 13.

Former Hughes Springs multi-sport athlete Shelby Shelton, a longtime assistant coach at the junior college and Division I level, has been named head softball coach at Paris Junior College.

■ EDITOR’S NOTE: Emma Hawthorne is a Hallsville High School graduate who also graduated in May from Northwestern State University with a degree in health and exercise science. She plans to return to Northwestern State in the fall to pursue a master’s degree and play a final season of softbal…

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TYLER -- Texas College will forego intercollegiate athletics in the fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Dwight J. Fennell, TC president, announced on Thursday.

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Thanks in part to their economic importance largemouth bass have been researched in just about every scientific way possible.

AUSTIN - LeTourneau University women's track & field and cross country's Alexis Segura was selected as a Second Team Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Emma Hawthorne is a Hallsville High School graduate who also graduated in May from Northwestern State University with a degree in health and exercise science. She's competing in the softball Florida Gulf Coast League this summer and is chronicling her experiences.

The University Interscholastic League announced that it would not be awarding the Lone Star Cup this season with the cancellations of spring events due to COVID-19.

KILGORE - Kilgore College has named Trish Robinson as interim head softball coach for the 2020-21 season, taking over for Leslie Messina who left the program in May for personal reasons.

Positive attitudes and hopeful optimism are what’s driven the first three weeks of the University Interscholastic League’s summer sports specific workouts. At least that seems to be the case at Longview, Pine Tree and Hallsville.

Former multi-sport Daingerfield High School athlete Keke Chism, who has been a standout on the football field at Angelo State University the past three seasons, announced on Twitter over the weekend he’ll leave the school and play at the University of Missouri this season.