At Wildcat Stadium, Whitehouse
1, Whitehouse — 142
2, Atlanta — 126
3, Liberty-Eylau — 100
4, Pine Tree — 83
5, Chapel Hill — 79
6, Nacogdoches — 30
7, Marshall — 18
8, Bullard — 16
T-9, Troup — 8
T-9, Tyler Lee — 8
11, Gilmer — 7
12, Arp — 3
T-13, Carthage — 0
T-13, Harmony — 0
4x100 meter relay
1, Atlanta (Ahmad Dickerson, Trin Taylor, Kelton Young, Jawan King) — 42
Center's Octavius Evans (right) drives past an Argyle defender during a Class 4A Region II semifinal in Commerce on March 3.
East Texans on Boys TABC All-State Teams
Octavius Evans, G, Sr., Center
Bryson Barrett, G, Soph., Neches
Trai Gardner, G, Jr., Tenaha
Josiah Johnson, G, Soph., Bi
Mineola quarterback Jeremiah Crawford is the TSWA Class 3A Offensive Player of the Year.
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
Emory Rains' Charlotte Bradshaw (13) hammers down a kill during the Ladycats' area-round playoff win over Henderson, Thursday in Lindale.
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.
Elysian Fields quarterback Logan Hughes (11) was voted MVP of District 9-3A Division II by the league's coaches.
9-3A Division II All-District Football Team
Most Valuable Player — Logan Hughes, Sr., Elysian Fields
Offensive MVP — Kayce Medlock, Sr., Arp
Defensive MVP — DeMarvion Overshown, Jr., Arp
Co-Offensive Newcomers of the Year — Jaylon Garland, Soph
Wildcats head coach Brent Kelly nervously watches Texas High extend its lead to 60-43 on an 11-2 run.
WHITEHOUSE -- The Whitehouse Wildcats picked up a 63-53 non-district win over Mount Pleasant, Friday at Wildcat Arena.
Whitehouse (11-5) was led by Javier Neal, who finished with 14 points. McKade Marquis added 12 points, while Jackson Mahomes and Kaleb Ford-Dement had nine and eight points, respectively...
Whitehouse setter Molly Harris records an assist in the Wildcats' win at Spring Hill on Sept. 6.
WHITEHOUSE -- Whitehouse clinched third-place in District 17-5A with a 25-23, 25-15, 21-25, 25-16 win against Ennis.
Molly Harris paced the team to its third-place finish. She recorded 40 assists, aced four serves and saved 21 points on defense.
Carthage's Iesha Bryant hits the ball for a kill during the Lady Dawgs' loss to Lindale on Sept. 3 at Spring Hill's Panther Gymnasium in Longview. (Christopher Vinn, ETSN.fm)
RUSK -- Carthage hopped to 2-0 in District 16-4A competition and elevated its overall record to 25-6 Tuesday with a 25-21, 25-13, 25-12 victory at Rusk.
Alli Capps and Faith Landreneaux both reached double-digit scoring in the contest. Capps recorded 15 kills and Landreneaux scored on 11 kills.
WINONA -- The Carlisle Lady Indians went 2-1 in pool play at the Winona Tournament on Thursday.
Carlisle defeated Union Grove (25-15, 28-26) and West Rusk (25-8, 25-11) before losing to Cross Roads (25-23, 25-20)...
Carthage coach Leven Barker is the 2016 East Texas Volleyball Super Team's Coach of the Year. (Christopher R. Vinn, ETSN.fm)
MARSHALL -- The Carthage Lady Bulldogs swept a dual volleyball match Tuesday, defeating Marshall (25-9, 25-9, 25-19) and New Diana (25-20, 25-14, 25-12).
In the win over Marshall, Carthage (15-2) was led by Cindrasha Boykin, who had eight kills...