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Whitehouse’s Jake Parker caught three passes in the Texas High School Coaches Association 80th All-Star Football Game and they were big ones.

Realignment preview

Realignment preview

The Longview Lobos and the Lufkin Panthers will be the big winners when high school realignment is announced next Monday. They will both stay in the new 5A classification.

Jack Stallard previews Longview News-Journal All-East Texas high school football team

He's the Sports Editor of the Longview News-Journal. Jack Stallard spoke with KETK Sports Director Danny Elzner about a big event coming up this weekend. Stallard said...

Fellowship of Christian Athletes previews 4th-annual All-Star game

The 2014 Chick-fil-A Heart of a Champion Bowl All Star Game will be at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium June 14. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes started this event in Tyler four years ago.

Pat and Patrick Mahomes; like father, like son

Pat and Patrick Mahomes are known for their sports. Pat played baseball. Patrick plays baseball and football. Patrick is the Whitehouse quarterback who is the best in the state.

Patrick Mahomes wins American State Bank Player of the Year Award again

They've given out this award twice. The quarterback from Whitehouse has won it both times.
Lobos' Henderson still committed to Longhorns

Lobos' Henderson still committed to Longhorns

Longhorn fans got a scare Wednesday afternoon.
Overton’s Kelly named 10-A Division II most valuable

Overton’s Kelly named 10-A Division II most valuable

Overton’s Jamal Kelly was named the district’s offensive Most Valuable Player, and league champion Maud finished with four superlatives with the release of the District 10-A Division II All-District Football Team.

Friday Football Fever: Plays of the year

The 2013 high school football season is in the books. It was a year full of amazing plays, and KETK was on the sidelines to capture all of the incredible highlights.

For Kilgore it was a day of missed chances

Kilgore came close. Carthage won the state championship, 34-23. The Ragin' Red had trailed by 18 in the third quarter.

Phil Kuchinsky is live at AT&T Stadium

KETK's Phil Kuchinsky covered the Kilgore-Carthage state championship game at the home of the Cowboys. Carthage won 34-23. The Ragin' Red never led. But the Bulldogs made it close down the stretch.