Sports
  • McKinney North senior Kirvin Parks soars to snag a 22-yard scoring strike from Nick Hutchins in the Bulldogs' six-point area round win over West Mesquite. photo by Cal Hedgpeth of www.BuzzzPhotos.com
  • In the Class 2A state championship, Schulenburg and Lindsay split the first two sets before Schulenburg won the next two sets to capture the state title. photo by Jay Anderle
  • The Leonard Lady Tigers beat Ector, 67-33, Lone Oak, 63-20, and then overpowered Campbell, 66-17 in the finals to win the 2014 Bland Basketball Tournament. courtesy photo
  • In action at the 2014 Bells Basketball Tournament, the Honey Grove Lady Warriors dropped a one-point heartbreaker to Muenster before bouncing back to cruise past Cooper, 51-30.
  • Kelsee Nelson led Ector with 13 points in an 11-point win over Yantis.
  • Caleb Ukpe led Bonham with 26 points.
  • The good news for Archer City in the UIL State Semifinals was that they were able to limit Nicole Fleitman to only 31 kills. The bad new for Archer City was that wasn't nearly enough to keep the Lindsay Lady Knights from storming the castle. photo by Jay Anderle
  • The Trenton Tigers took a big lead into the fourth quarter and a late rally by the Sam Rayburn Rebels fell short, giving Trenton a 54-50 win in the Blue Ridge Tournament
    semifinals.
  • Four Dodd City Lady Hornets finished in double figures as Dodd City put away the Pilot Point Lady Cats, 64-49.
  • Lane Henderson scorched the nets for 28 points to help his Trenton Tigers topple No. 19 Miller Grove in a three-point thriller at the Blue Ridge Basketball Tournament.
  • Bells junior wide receiver Ethan Sanford splits a pair of Mart tacklers. photo by www.BuzzzPhotos.com
  • Despite double-digit performances by Honey Grove's Dee Shaw and Alex Gibbons, the Howe Lady Bulldogs defeated the Honey Grove Lady Warriors, 53-44, in the Bells Basketball Tournament.
  • Though fishing in Arkansas is available year-round, fall is a beautiful time to cast a line and enjoy the favorable temperatures and colorful fall foliage of the season. The Ouachita River has long been a lure to anglers due to the streamís prime fishing waters. The river, which runs around 600 miles, starts as a mountain creek flowing off Rich Mountain in Polk County and over the course of its epic journey to north-central Louisiana, winds through a diverse landscape that includes everything from scenic bluffs in its upper reaches to swamp bottoms filled with cypress trees as one approaches the lower sections.
  • The Leonard Lady Tigers tossed in 32 points in the first quarter and never looked back in a 67-33 win over the Ector Lady Eagles in the Bland Basketball Tournament.
  • Honey Grove's Dee Shaw knocked down 19 points to lead all scorers as her Lady Warriors doubled up on the Tom Bean Lady Cats, 70-35, in the opening round of the Bells Basketball Tournament.
  • Surrounded by teammates and Bonham head volleyball coach Josh McKinney, Madeline Dolberry signed a Letter of Intent to play volleyball with the Patriots of Dallas Baptist University.
  • Leonard's Kimmy Blackburn poured in a game-high 23 points to propel the Lady Tigers to a 22-point victory over the Whitesboro Lady Cats.
  • For the second year in a row, the Lindsay Lady Knights are headed to the UIL State Volleyball Tournament after qualifying as one of the top four Class 2A programs in Texas.
  • The Trenton Tigers shrugged off a slow start to earn an 18-point win over the Ector Eagles.
  • Honey Grove's Shemiyah Finney finished with 14 points to lead all scorers.