LUFKIN – Longview faced a small deficit as the second quarter of Friday’s regional semifinal began, but the Lobos stormed back to earn a dominant 51-7 win against Port Arthur Memorial at Lufkin’s Abe Martin Stadium.
NEW CANEY — Chapel Hill trailed 17-0 at halftime and 23-14 after three quarters of Friday night’s Class 4A Division I Region III semifinal against Lumberton at Randall Reed Stadium.
NEWTON 16, DAINGERFIELD 12: NACOGDOCHES — The Newton Eagles built a 10-point halftime lead and held on for a 16-12 win over the Daingerfield Tigers on Friday in a Class 3A Division II Region III playoff game at SFA’s Homer Bryce Stadium.
TYLER – Kilgore’s Isaiah Ross rushed for four touchdowns, eclipsing the 200-yard rushing plateau for the sixth time this season, as the Bulldogs upended 9-4A DI rival Lindale 63-37 on Friday afternoon at Christus Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium before an estimated crowd of 8,000.
TYLER — Isaiah Ross dashed for more than 200 yards in Friday’s 63-37 win over Lindale, but the Kilgore senior was the first to credit the big guys up front for his performance.
The Big Ten’s season has led into this weekend. Ohio State and Michigan, both 11-0, play in Columbus with everything at stake. It’s the first time they’ll play with undefeated records since 2006.
HAWKINS 51, OVERTON 27: OVERTON — Derek Hollman recorded a double-double with 22 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks, and the Hawkins Hawks won all four quarters on Tuesday in a 51-27 victory against Overton.
The combination of a long bowl history, a dominant finish and a Southwest Junior College Football Conference championship proved to be too much to ignore when it came time to select junior college bowl teams, so the Kilgore College Rangers are going bowling.
Kilgore College sophomore defensive lineman Derrick Martin shared overall Most Valuable player honors, and KC sophomore running back Donerio Davenport was named the league’s Offensive Player of the Year in voting for the Southwest Junior College Football Conference All-Conference team for th…
Kris Iske, who led White Oak football to a pair of 10-win seasons and won 51 games overall at the school in nine seasons, has announced his retirement.
SENIOR SCRAMBLE: Highlighted by an ace on No. 3 by Johnny Pate, the team of Pate, Wylie Wilson, Jim Smith, Jerry Howell and Dale hand finished at 10-under to win the Wood Hollow Senior Scramble on Tuesday.
GirlsP. TREE 66, PITTSBURG 59: At the Pirate Center on Monday, Five Pine Tree Lady Pirates scored in twin figures on the way to a 66-59 win over the Pittsburg Lady Pirates.
Lindale and Chapel Hill made it three District 9-4A Division I football teams to make it to the Class 4A Division I Region III semifinals with wins on Friday night.