ELKHART -- Carthage found the win column in its first game of the 2017 season, a 10-4 victory at Elkhart.
Kalli Cuff batted 2-for-4 for the Lady Dawgs with a double and three RBIs to lead the team offensively.
BRYAN — Mineola quarterback Jeremiah Crawford was the Offensive Player of the Year on the 66th Annual Collin Street Bakery/Texas Sports Writers Association's Class 3A all-state football team.
Crawford rushed for 2,869 yards and 45 touchdowns and threw for another 885 yards and 15 touchdowns in leading Mineola to the Division I state title
The 2016 Texas Associated Press Sports Editors Class 3A all-state high school football team, released Monday. 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.
With the regular season nearing its conclusion, several teams are fighting for playoff berths, and need wins every single week. Including Elkhart.
The Elks delivered last Friday, remaining in the District 9-3A Division I postseason race with a thrilling 52-45 win over Whitney...
Another week, another regional player with almost unbelievable numbers.
Elkhart's Alex Thlang recorded 19 tackles Friday against Palestine Westwood, including four tackles for loss. The Elks needed pretty much every single takedown their senior linebacker provided in a 31-28 win for a 1-0 record in District 9-3A Division I competition.
TYLER -- Quitman went 3-0 on the first day of the Tyler Tournament on Friday.
Quitman defeated John Tyler (25-16, 25-19), Tatum (25-15, 25-21), and Whitehouse (25-23, 25-9).
In the win over John Tyler, Quitman led by Kaci Raley, who had seven kills, two blocks, five digs, and an ace...
You would be hard pressed to find a regional district that changed more drastically than District 9-3A Division I as a result of the University Interscholastic League's realignment process in February.