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The second round of the University Interscholastic League's basketball playoffs will include a couple of teams from the Kilgore area. more
BASEBALL Kilgore, L-E will attempt to play here tonight In an effort to get the season opener played, in spite of all the rain on Tuesday, the Kilgore High School Bulldogs baseball team hopes to host Liberty-Eylau tonight at 6:30 p.m., a rare Wednesday night game at Driller Park. more
Combined score of Friday’s District 16-4A boys and girls Kilgore-Gladewater games: 22-0. Both Kilgore teams ran their record to 2-0 in district play, with the Lady Bulldogs taking a 10-0 win, and the Bulldogs following with a 12-0 decision. Both teams were to host Waskom on Tuesday night, but that was postponed to tonight, starting with girls at 5. Both teams will play at Tatum on Friday night – that’ll be a 5 p.m. girls varsity start, and boys to follow, likely around 7. more
It’s not really a stretch to say that Lee Livesay has been one of the top fishermen on the Bassmaster Tour through the tour’s first three events. And Livesay, in his first year, is making a name for himself quickly. The former Kilgore High School football standout finished 15th in the 2019 Toyota Bassmaster Elite at Lake Lanier (in Gwinnett, Ga.), over the weekend, catching 44 pounds, 2 ounces of fish and upping his standing on the year overall. more
Their stay in the playoffs wasn’t long, Kilgore’s Lady Bulldogs did well enough to perhaps establish a good foundation for future postseason trips. And for boys programs at both Kilgore and Sabine, the playoffs are just beginning. more
The Trinity Valley Community College Lady Cardinals do not lose many games. When they lose, it’s news. News was made Saturday afternoon here at Masters Gym. Kilgore College, a scrappy team with a first-year coach in the middle of the Region XIV Conference standings, dealt the Lady Cardinals an 84-81 defeat on Saturday, an impressive win for KC as the regular season is winding down. more
Turns out, the trip to Carthage for a 16-team tournament over the weekend allowed Kilgore High School’s softball Lady Bulldogs several opportunities to get better – and they made the most of them. Kilgore did lose twice, but finished 4-2, the Lady ‘Dogs’ overall record this season. They were to host Nacogdoches on Tuesday, but that was canceled due to the rainy weather; Kilgore is scheduled to play Ore City Thursday morning in the White Oak tournament. That, too, could be in jeopardy of being called off for weather. more
The road team on any given night in the always-tough Region XIV Conference is usually not an enviable position in which to be. Both Kilgore College teams were on the road Wednesday, with different results. The Rangers lost , 60-50, at Trinity Valley, and the Lady Rangers left Paris with an 89-58 win, their third straight. The men play a 4 p.m. game today at Bossier Parish. The Lady Rangers are home, hosting TVCC at 2 p.m. more
Through three games, Kilgore High School softball is off to a fairly good start, especially considering their competition. KHS started its season Thursday in a 16-team tournament in Carthage, and through Friday, the Lady ‘Dogs are 2-1, with a season-opening, 17-2 rout of Tatum, a 10-0 loss Carthage, and a 6-3 win over Marshall. more
It wasn’t how they wanted to finish the season – winning would’ve been much more preferable – but the Kilgore High School boys basketball team is about to join the school’s girls in the University Interscholastic League’s Class 4A playoffs. The Bulldogs lost their final regular season game Tuesday night at home, a 51-49 loss to a Henderson team that Kilgore had beaten earlier this year. more
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