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Weather forces TJC soccer to reschedule

Weather forces TJC soccer to reschedule

Due to weather conditions, today's soccer matchups at Paris Junior College have been rescheduled for Tuesday.

Cordarion Johnson: Trinity Mother Frances Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Athlete of the Week

Meet Cordarion Johnson, our Trinity Mother Frances Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Athlete of the Week. Cordarion plays football for the John Tyler Lions.
Cowboys upset Seahawks in Seattle

Cowboys upset Seahawks in Seattle

The 30-23 win over the Seahawks today improved Dallas’ 2014 record to 5-1, the first time since the 2007 team started 5-1, and the 13th time overall
Aggies trounced at home by Ole Miss

Aggies trounced at home by Ole Miss

Texas A&M’s crowd showed up in a big way on Saturday night. The Aggies on the field never did, however, before a crowd of 110,633, most ever to see a football game in the state of Texas on any level.
Kilgore College crushes Cisco, 48-14

Kilgore College crushes Cisco, 48-14

Averion Hurts threw four touchdown passes as the 12th-ranked Kilgore College Rangers cruised to a 48-14 win over Cisco on Saturday afternoon. Hurts was 27-of-42 passing for more than 300 yards through the air.
Fall a favorite time to catch bass

Fall a favorite time to catch bass

For the dedicated bass angler, fall is a favorite time to be on the water. There are several advantages to the fall months, and those that know ... go!
Two Texas athletic department staffers reprimanded for purchases

Two Texas athletic department staffers reprimanded for purchases

About $40,000 worth of purchases made by the Texas athletic department from an antique store owned by a staffer violated university policy, according to an internal audit released by the school Friday.
Longhorns dominate statistically, but lose to Oklahoma

Longhorns dominate statistically, but lose to Oklahoma

Texas falls to 2-4 overall, and 1-2 in the Big 12. Oklahoma improves to 5-1, 2-1. It’s the Longhorns’ worst start to a season since 1956, the year before Darrell Royal was hired.
Cuban hopes to honor Duncan in final season

Cuban hopes to honor Duncan in final season

Dallas owner Mark Cuban has been praying for Tim Duncan’s retirement for years now. Not out of spite, but because his Mavericks will no longer have to contend with one of the best players in league history.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: T.K. Gorman topples All Saints 45-0

The T.K. Gorman Crusaders were on a mission Friday night as they hosted the All Saints Trojans. The Crusaders came away with the win ove the Trojans, 45-0. Click the video for the highlights.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Coach Alvarez talks to Garrett Sanders about win over Whitehouse

Garrett Sanders caught up with Ennis head football coach Jack Alvarez about the big win over the Whitehouse Wildcats.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Ricklan Holmes, kicker chat with Phil Kuchinsky after squeaking by Lufkin

Coach Ricklan Holmes met with Phil Kuchinsky after a go-ahead field goal allowed the John Tyler Lions to squeak by the Lufkin Panthers. 

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Longview topples Marshall in historic rivalry

A historic rivalry that pegs the Longview Lobos and Marshall Mavericks against each other goes back over 100 years. The Lobos were victorious over the Mavericks, 56-14. Click the video for the highlights.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Grace slides by Brook Hill 55-14

The Grace Community School Cougars hosted their rivals from just down the Highway 69 in Bullard, the Brook Hill Guard. The Cougars toppled the Guard 55-14 in front of their home crowd.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Gladewater gets by Tatum 52-8

The Gladewater Bears have proved they are a force to be reckoned with behind Texas A&M University commit, Daylon Mack. The Bears handled business at Jack V. Murphy Stadium Friday night as the toppled the Tatum Eagles, 52-8.