Beckville continued to roll on the young season with a dominating sweep of Henderson, Tuesday night.
Carlisle was a pleasant surprise a season ago and 10 starters are back from that regional finalist team.
We like what the Indians have cooking. They will begin the year ranked fifth in our Class 2A/Private Schools poll.
Welcome to the least predictable district in East Texas -- 11-2A Division I.
Here, you'll find one of the most tradition-laden programs in the state with Alto, an offensive juggernaut a few defenders away from being state-title contenders in San Augustine, and a Carlisle program that's been as about as consistently successful as any 2A team in the region...
CARTHAGE -- The Carthage Lady Dawgs began the volleyball season with a 25-19, 25-15, 25-18 sweep of Bullard on Tuesday.
Matti Doffitt led Carthage (1-0) with 10 kills and four blocks. Dede Pope added 10 kills, while Kim Worsham and Lexi Alexander teamed for 28 assists, and Courtney Edge and Addi Blissett combined for 25 digs...
BRYAN — Bremond quarterback Roshauud Paul and Refugio linebacker Kobie Herring, who led their teams to state titles, were the players of the year on the 66th Annual Collin Street Bakery/Texas Sports Writers Association's 2A football team
Emory Rains entered the 2016 season with big expectations. It didn't disappoint.
The Ladycats went undefeated in District 13-4A play and clinched the league title with ease. They advanced on to the Region II tournament semifinal round before calling it a year.
ELKHART -- Slocum made quick work of a Carlisle team just beginning its basketball season after a trip to the Class 2A Division I regional championship round of the football playoffs.
The 2016 Texas Associated Press Sports Editors Class 2A all-state high school football team, released Sunday. Voting based on regular-season performance. Players are listed in alphabetical order at each position
WHITEHOUSE -- Javier Neal's game-best 23 points helped Whitehouse dispose of Brownsboro, 59-44, in its final tuneup game before heading to the Burkburnette Tournament.
Neal, who tied for the regular season lead in interceptions during the Wildcats' football season, recorded two 3-pointers as part of his big night.