Scoreboard

Reported games for the week of
Friday, September 12 2014
  • Grapeland

    18

    Lovelady

    42

    AT
    09/13 - Final Sat
  • Longview

    19

    Neville

    13

    AT
    09/13 - Final Sat
  • Lufkin

    25

    Curtis

    32

    AT
    09/13 - Final Sat
  • Marshall

    21

    Parkway

    45

    AT
    09/13 - Final Sat
Sports

Sports

Texas QB David Ash will miss BYU game

Texas QB David Ash will miss BYU game

It took one week to arrive at Texas' worst-case scenario. Starting quarterback David Ash, who took five big hits in the season-opening win over North Texas, will miss this week's BYU game --- at least.
Football: Longview coach John King, ‘We’ve got to improve’

Football: Longview coach John King, ‘We’ve got to improve’

There were positives, more so than the 44-14 final in Lufkin’s favor may indicate, but the negatives bared more weight in the Lobos’ season opener.
Bo Porter fired, Tom Lawless named new Astros manager

Bo Porter fired, Tom Lawless named new Astros manager

In a clear showing of who is in charge of the club, the Astros on Monday fired managed Bo Porter as well as bench coach Dave Trembley, just days after reports arose of tensions between Porter and his general manager, Jeff Luhnow.

Adarian Parker: Trinity Mother Frances Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Athlete of the Week

Adarian Parker is this weeks Trinity Mother Frances Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Athlete of the Week. Sadly, Adarian was killed in a car wreck before the high school season started.
Rangers’ Beltre coy about his chances to win first batting title

Rangers’ Beltre coy about his chances to win first batting title

Beltre has never led the league in hitting. He hit .334 in 2004 with the Dodgers and finished seventh in the league, the same year he led the league with 48 homers.
Longhorns beat UNT in Strong's debut

Longhorns beat UNT in Strong's debut

For eight months, the Texas Longhorns were pushed by stern Charlie Strong, scolded by angry Charlie Strong, and had their perks and privileges taken away by Charlie Strong the disciplinarian.
Texans trade for Patriots QB Ryan Mallett

Texans trade for Patriots QB Ryan Mallett

The Texans traded for former New England quarterback Ryan Mallett on Sunday. The Patriots received a sixth-round pick, according to the Washington Post.

Texas College falls to Belhaven, TVCC beats TJC

The Texas College Steers lost their first game of the season to Belhaven 44-6. TVCC beat TJC at Bruce Field in Athens by a score of 59-45. Kilgore College beat Arkansas Baptist 45-7.

High School Football: Tyler Lee, Frankston and T.K. Gorman in action

A busy Satuday of high school football in East Texas. Frankston beat Grand Saline 49-7 at TMF Rose Stadium in Tyler. Tyler Lee lost their season opener to Fossil Ridge 48-26.
Rams cut Michael Sam

Rams cut Michael Sam

The St. Louis Rams announced Saturday that Michael Sam, who made history as the first openly gay player to be drafted into the NFL, has been waived and did not make the team's final 53-man roster.
Texans make cuts to get roster down to 53 players; more moves expected

Texans make cuts to get roster down to 53 players; more moves expected

As coach Bill O’Brien pointed out on Friday, the Texans’ roster will be an evolving process, and this weekend is a perfect example.
Cowboys cut roster to 53-man limit

Cowboys cut roster to 53-man limit

In order to reach the 53-man roster requirement, the Dallas Cowboys made the following transactions on Saturday: Released: WR Desmon Briscoe (Kansas) G Uche Nwaneri (Purdue)

Phil Kuchinsky and Garrett Sanders have got the Fever

Friday Football Fever was live at 6:00. Phil Kuchinsky gave the latest storm update from Lufkin. The Lufkin Panthers will host the Longview Lobos Friday night.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: Lindale squeaks by Chapel Hill 21-17

The Lindale Eagles were able to contain the 'dog pound'  Friday night and definitely left an impression. The Eagles used everything they had to squeak by the Chapel Hill Bulldogs and came away with a 21-17 victory.

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: John Tyler dominates Plano 30-12

Ricklan Holmes and company proved why they are powerhouse and feared by teams all across the Lone Star State.