Winning teams don't just walk on the field the first week of August and begin preparing for the upcoming football season.
With a promise her teams will win on the court, in the classroom and in the community, Mallory Matthews was introduced on Monday as LeTourneau University’s 18th head volleyball coach in program history.
Want to start a fight, or at least a robust argument? Round up 15 East Texas high school football fans, lock them in a room together and tell them they have one hour to answer one question.
NORWALK, Ohio – Three years ago, on the eve of the Summit Racing Equipment Nationals, Steve Torrence suffered a heart attack that forced him to withdraw from the event.
CARTHAGE — The Panola College rodeo team, led by rookie Daylon Swearingen, racked up several awards during the season, including the Men’s National Championship.
DALLAS — Calling it his ‘worst round of golf’, Longview’s Carter Hill said Friday’s performance at the 110th Texas Amateur wouldn’t define him. Hill carded a 15-over 87 and missed the cut at the Dallas Athletic Club.
Both the Kilgore Bulldogs and Linden-Kildare Tigers advanced to the state baseball tournament last week. Kilgore bowed out in the semifinals, while LK advanced to the title game before losing.
Chandler King was a standout athlete at Hughes Springs in multiple sports. While he excelled on both the gridiron and hardwood, it was on the oval surrounding Mustang Stadium where he truly made his mark.
Harmony senior Easton Blackstone earned overall Most Valuable Player honors, and regional finalist Harmony added three other superlatives with voting for the District 15-3A All-District Baseball Team for 2019.
WHITEHOUSE – Rusk’s Tatum Goff started the game and delivered three scoreless innings and later came back in to close out her own victory with a scoreless ninth as the Red defeated Blue 8-4 Friday in the 5th Annual Northeast Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes Heart of a Champion All-Star…