Sports
  • A McKinney North batter connects. photo by Rog Pachuta of www.BuzzzPhotos.com
  • A Bells baserunner slides as the throw arrives. photo by Buzz Cory of www.BuzzzPhotos.com
  • The Bells catcher goes for the tag. photo by Buzz Cory of www.BuzzzPhotos.com
  • The Bonham High School boys track and field athletes competed in the area round at Kincaid Stadium in Dallas on Thursday, April 17. Several athletes advanced to the regional meet to be held in Commerce on April 25-26.
  • Sa'Leisha Hunter, a 5-6 guard from Sherman, Texas, joins the Storm after posting 18.7 ppg last season and being named the All-Texoma-Land Player of the Year in addition to the Co-Defensive Player of the Year in District 13-4A. She also posted 3.8 rebounds per contest along with 3.3 assists and 4.5 steals.
  • A Southeastern hitter tries to get past the defense of Austin College freshman Presleigh Watson.

  • Tiffani Abbott pitched three shutout innings allowing one hit with four strikeouts for the win. Kateynn Woodlee's second-inning grand slam capped a ten-run second inning. file photo by Allen Rich
  • Sitting - Josh McKeithen. Back Row: L-R: D Allen Hilsdon, STRIKES! manager; Kerry L Crews; and Phillip Burnett, Commerce High School head coach
  • Little Red River (Greers Ferry Tailwater) (Updated 4-16-2014) Lindsey’s Resort (501-302-3139) said the water is flowing at 2,850 cfs (about 3/4 units worth of flow). Trout fishing is excellent on wax worms and Power Bait. Artificials, such as Rapala Countdown minnow-style crankbaits and Rattling Rogues, are working excellently on brown trout as well.
  • The regional tennis meet for District 12-3A was held Wednesday. Bonham was represented by Katie Barber in the girls singles division.
  • Southeastern football has scheduled a pair of summer camps for area youth interested in advancing their football skills, with a camp for grades 1-thropugh-8 scheduled for June 20 and a second camp for high school athletes grades 9-through-12 on June 21.
  • Kendall Kennedy hopes every outing could go as well as Tuesday, as Kennedy tossed a shutout to carry the Warriors to a victory through seven innings. The Warrior lefty kept Community off the scoreboard for all seven innings he was on the mound. He pitched a shutout performance giving up only two hits while ringing up nine strikeouts. file photo by Allen Rich
  • Bonham High School says farewell to three senior golfers but the cupboard isn't bare. Erin Dona, Chrysanna Craig, and Alex Harrison competed in their last round of golf for Bonham High School yesterday afternoon at the regional golf tournament at Tanglewood Resort.
  • Bonham's JV baseball team battled Community on Tuesday, wrapping up a successful season with a 2-2 tie on the road. Community's pitcher delivered a fine performance, holding the Warriors to 4 hits on the evening while striking out nine. But the Warriors matched the effort, sending freshman Kade Trompler to the mound for 5 innings of work that kept the Braves' bats in check. Trompler racked up 10 strikeouts in the game, allowing no earned runs, two hits, and one walk.
  • A Plano baserunner dives back to the bag to beat the throw. photo by Rog Pachuta of www.BuzzzPhotos.com
  • Bonham Lady Warriors beat Community 15-0 Tuesday behind both the bat and the arm of Sidney Sewell. file photo by Allen Rich
  • Jenna Wallace threw three innings of no-hit ball to get the win. She allowed no runs on no hits while striking out five. photo by Allen Rich
  • The Trenton Lady Tigers erupted for seven runs in the first inning and added eight runs in the fourth frame to post a 15-0 win over the Honey Grove Lady Warriors.
  • Elk can be found in at least 30 of Oklahoma's 77 counties, some of which have been open to controlled and private lands hunting for many years. Most are found in the southwest region in and around the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, where a highly sought after limited elk hunt is offered almost every year through the Wildlife
    Department's Controlled Hunts program. Elk hunting in the area outside the refuge also has been available for many years through a private lands season in Caddo, Comanche and Kiowa counties.
  • Josh McKeithen has verbally committed to play baseball at Williams Baptist College in Walnut Ridge, AR. McKeithen will likely continue playing middle infield at WBC. McKeithen plans to sign on April 16 at 9:00 a.m. at Commerce High School.