Sports
  • Leonard girls competitors
  • The DI4N (Do It for Nick) 5K and Color Fun Run will be Saturday, May 11, 2019 at Bonham High School. Awards will be given to the top overall finishers in male & female divisions, as well as top male and female finishers in each age group. Nick Capehart loved to cheer and had dreams of cheering in college. After his life was tragically cut short by a car accident, family and friends organized this race to remember him and raise money for cheer scholarships.
  • Daniel Dowling won the state championship in the 242's, Luke Porter placed 11th in the 198's, while Maddie Dills took 4th place in the Girls State Meet.
  • Chyrsi Hemby connects for a two-run shot over the left field fence during a win over Howe.
  • The Dodd City Hornets get bragging rights for a year after defeating a team comprised of Dodd City alumni, 5-3.
  • Mr. John Hall doing a little scouting for wild hogs with his one of his young guests, Anna Zimmerman. photo by Luke Clayton
  • Cornerstone Church of Christ is hosting a 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament on April 27, 2018 at the McKinney Community Center from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. This event is free and open to the public, however there is a $20 registration fee for the teams who desire to participate in the tournament.
  • Bonham's Shelby Jones beats the throw to first base.
  • The Dodd City Hornets took a 1-0 lead in the first inning and then put the game away with 11 runs in the second stanza.
  • Brooke Aaron had a pair of two-run homers and finished with six RBIs.
  • Many of our local tennis teams traveled to Princeton for their last tournament before their district tournaments, which will be coming up soon.
  • The last trout stocking of the 2018/19 trout season occurred at the Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area on Tuesday, March 19. Approximately 3,000 trout were stocked in all areas except the catch and release zone. Spend you spring break reeling in trout with family on the Blue River.
  • Lake Texoma is one of only a handful of lakes in the United States with a naturally reproducing striped bass fishery. (Kelly Adams/ODWC)
  • A Dodd City infielder makes a tough catch.
  • An Ector infielder concentrates on catching a ground ball.
  • Leonard JV Tennis competed in the Princeton JV Tournament along with teams from Trenton, Ector, Royse City, Princeton, Farmersville, and Bland.
  • The Bonham Lady Warriors moved to 19-2 on the season and improved their district mark to 2-2 with a 10-1 victory over the Van Alstyne Lady Panthers.
  • Brayden Vaught, Alec Simpson, Pate Wilkerson and Aaron Munger all had two hits apiece for the Hornets. Dillon Jones threw a five-hitter to pick up the win.
  • The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is proposing changes to fishing regulations for alligator gar, the largest and longest-lived freshwater fish in the state, to be voted on at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission meeting March 20 in Austin. The proposed changes are intended to help the Department conserve and prevent the overharvest of older, mature alligator gar; fill data gaps through mandatory harvest reporting; and allow for limited opportunity to harvest large alligator gar from the Trinity River by creating a drawing system.
  • Luke is transforming a few stalks of cane into fishing poles that he plans to use on an upcoming creek fishing trip for catfish and crappie. photo by Luke Clayton