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Ennis used a strong running game and a stout defense that held Whitehouse in check in the second half for a 34-10 District 17-5A victory Friday, Oct. 13. The one-two punch of James Harris and Tycen Thompson accounted for 303 rushing yards and five touchdowns for the Lions. more
With a six-team district, it is inevitable that half of the squads will have a good start and half will have a disappointing beginning to the district slate. Lindale, Corsicana and Ennis were happy with last week’s results, while Jacksonville, Whitehouse and Nacogdoches were not so happy. While Ennis is considered the pre-season favorite to win the District 17-5A title, Whitehouse was still hoping to have a better showing in last week’s 34-10 loss to the Lions. more
About every year at this time, Troup coach Arden Johnson and her volleyball team prepare for the playoffs and the 2017 season is no exception. Johnson and the Lady Tigers reached the 20-win plateau and are 9-1 in the District 15-3A standings. Troup avenged its only loss in loop competition to Winona last week. The Lady Tigers also defeated Cumberland to move to 21-11 for the season. more
Whitehouse completed the fall tennis season at Jacksonville. After competition, the Cats finished fifth in the District 17-5A standings. Doubles winners included Sarah Teves and Kaila Fraim, Miranda Davis and Perri Marshall, Colten Turner and Marley Mullen and Grant Anderson and Jillian Pagaduan. more
With victories over Ennis and Nacogdoches, Whitehouse is in position to advance into the playoffs. The Ladycats improved to 28-9 for the season, and to 6-1 in District 17-5A competition. Whitehouse hosted Corsicana Tuesday, Oct. 17, and will be at Jacksonville Friday, Oct. 20. The varsity match will start at 4:30 p.m. The Ladycats will conclude the regular season when they host Lindale at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24. more
Three Whitehouse cross country runners advanced to the Region III-5A meet scheduled for Monday, Oct. 23, at Kate Barr Ross Memorial Park in Huntsville. Allyson Moore, Haris Khan and Spencer Otero placed among the top 10 at the District 17-5A cross country meet at JC Park in Ennis Thursday, Oct. 12. Moore’s race will start at 8:30 a.m., and the boys varsity race begins at 9:05 a.m. more
Football, volleyball and cross country are fall (well, late summer and early fall) sports in East Texas. Athletes, coaches and fans are focused on those sports and it seems basketball sneaks up on us every year. Guess what? Hoops did it again! In nine days, the Troup basketball season will start for the Lady Tigers. They will scrimmage at Winnsboro Saturday, Oct. 28. Troup will scrimmage in a five-team scrimmage at Teague Thursday, Nov. 2, and the 2017-2018 season will start with the Lady Tigers at Brook Hill starting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7. more
The Troup Tigers had an open date last week. Head coach John Eastman and the team were able to use the timely break to regroup after a tough start to the District 9-3A, Division I, schedule. Troup will travel to play at Harleton Friday, Oct. 20. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. The Tigers lost their first two district contests, including a 43-21 setback to Beckville in the opener. West Rusk, ranked eighth in the latest Associated Press Texas High School football poll for Class-3A schools, shut out Troup 38-0 two weeks ago. more
Waskom upset Elysian Fields and Arp tripped Beckville in District 9-3A, Division I football action last week. Elysian Fields rolled over Harleton and Arp in the first two district games, but Waskom surprised the Yellow Jackets with a 30-27 upset last week. The Arp offense had been ineffective in a one-point loss to Waskom and a 37-0 shut out by Elysian Fields in earlier district action, but the Tigers rebounded with a 20-10 win over Beckville last week. more
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