Queen City

On the Rise
District 7-3A Division II didn't exactly set the world on fire in 2016. The four playoff teams combined for an overall record of 23-23 and went 1-5 in the postseason. Most of the district returns at least half of last year's starters, and some bring back considerably more...
Twelve Deep
East Texas Softball Teams Ranked by TGCA (March 20) CLASS 5A No. 20 Pine Tree
State Awards
East Texans on Girls TABC All-State Teams   CLASS 4A Bri Mitchell, G, Jr., Tatum CLASS 3A Alissa Hill, F, Jr., Mount Vernon Shelby Wright, F, Sr., Alba-Golden CLASS 2A Callisto Camacho, F, Jr., Martin’s Mill Cheyenne Grubbs, G, Sr., Un ... Read More ...
Softball Rankings
East Texas Softball Teams Ranked by TGCA (March 4)   CLASS 5A No. 20 Pine Tree CLASS 4A No. 15 Carthage No. 20 Pleasant Grove CLASS 3A No. 1 Hooks No. 3 Hughes Springs No. 6 White Oak No. 8 Queen City No. 9 New Diana No. 15 ... Read More ...
7-3A D2 All-District
7-3A Division II All-District Football Team Most Valuable Player — Ty’Shun Mitchell, Sr., Paul Pewitt Co-Offensive MVPs — Montrell Estell, Sr., Hooks; Markevian Grant, Sr., Daingerfield Defensive MVP — Seth Mahar, Sr., Hooks Newcomer of the Year — Cody Payton, Jr ... Read More ...
One-Two Punch
Two traditional Northeast Texas powers Hooks and Daingerfield seem to be in perfect position to battle for the District 7-3A Division II championship in 2016. Hooks, which reeled off nine consecutive wins to claim the league title a year ago, and the Hornets are one of the most talented 3A teams in the area...
East Texas Volleyball Super Team
Spring Hill middle blocker Ann Hollas climbed the ETSN.fm East Texas Volleyball Super Team list each year, but after achieving first-team last season there was only one award more out there to target. Hollas got it done. The Stephen F. Austin signee climbed from a second-team selection as a sophomore to first-team as a junior and closes her high school career as our 2015 Player of the Year. Read M
Top Heavy
District 7-3A Division II appears to be a league of the haves and have-nots entering the 2015 season. Three teams clearly stand atop the league hierarchy, while the other three teams figure to battle it out for the final playoff spot.

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