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Headed into Thursday’s Region XIV Conference softball battle in Bullard, of all places, the Kilgore College Rangers were a respectable 2-2, early-on in the conference schedule. Tyler unwrapped that just a bit. more
By MITCH LUCAS Last year, to be honest, the Kilgore High School softball team was trying to break a lengthy playoff absence streak, and wanted to be a contender in its district. This year, the Lady Bulldogs fully intend to compete for a district championship. They took the first step on Tuesday, here at Stream-Flo Field. Kilgore run-ruled visiting Spring Hill, 10-0, in the District 16-4A opener for both teams. The Lady ‘Dogs, coached by former KHS standout Cheyenne Kirkpatrick, are 13-4, have won five of their last six games, and at press time, they were to host Bullard on Friday night. Kilgore hits the road Tuesday to Chapel Hill, and then hosts Gilmer next Friday. Spring Hill’s very first batter had what wound up being scored as a hit. And after that, Kilgore pitcher Kristen Wilson didn’t allow another base-runner, one batter short of a perfect game. And she got plenty of support at the plate. Bailey Downing singled to lead off Kilgore’s half of the first, and then stole second base. Genna Cavanaugh hit an RBI single to bring home Downing, and then Cavanaugh stole second, too. She scored on an RBI single by Wilson. In the bottom of the third, Kilgore plated three more, and in the fifth, two more. Downing and Cavanaugh were on base in the fifth and both scored on an RBI double by Bailey Hedges. Downing finished with the early single and two stolen bases (Kilgore had nine stolen bases in all). Cavanaugh went 2-for-4 with an RBI. Hedges finished 3-for-4 with the 2-RBI double and she added another RBI, as well. Miah Thomas went 3-for-3 with three singles, 2 RBI, and three total stolen bases – one of them was home plate. Wilson went 2-for-3 with a single, a double and 2 RBI; Mackenzie Cavanaugh went 1-for-3 with a single; Hailee Jo Lewis reached on an error; Jada Dennis had a stolen base; Tra’Kaila Graves was hit by a pitch and had a stolen base; and in all, Kilgore had 12 hits. more
BASEBALL Diamond ‘Dogs in action Tuesday; set to honor 70’s state teams April 5 The Kilgore High School baseball team has had a few days off, and has a few more, before jumping back into their District 16-4A schedule on Tuesday. Kilgore (12-4 overall, 3-0 in district play) hosts Spring Hill Tuesday night, here at Driller Park, at 6:30 p.m. They’ll play at Spring Hill next Friday night, also at 6:30. more
LONGVIEW – The Sabine High School soccer playoff foundation officially begins in 2019. Coach Luke Strong’s Cardinals, just a handful of years in existence, have climbed the ladder quickly, and have qualified for the University Interscholastic League (UIL) playoffs, earning a second-place finish in District 16-4A with a 4-1 win over Spring Hill here at Panther Stadium on Tuesday night. more
Monday night games are rare for the Kilgore High School baseball team, but they did make another statement on the road earlier this week. Coach Eugene Lafitte’s Diamond ‘Dogs beat Longview, 8-3, in their third meeting with the Lobos this season (Kilgore is 2-1 against them, including in the Oil Belt Classic). It was the sixth straight win for the Bulldogs, who haven’t lost since the first game of a tournament in Jasper back on March 7. more
BASKETBALL Kilgore’s Thomas, Sabine’s Goodwyn named all-region Kilgore High School senior Seth Thomas and Sabine High School senior Eylan Goodwyn have been singled out as all-region by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches. more
Emely Rosario led Kilgore College’s Lady Rangers in scoring and played a huge role in their success this season, and now she’s being recognized as one of the best players in the Region XIV Conference. Rosario, a sophomore from the Bronx, N.Y., was named to the All-Region and All-Conference teams, and was also named as a part of the All-Tournament team from the conference’s tournaments, played recently at Centenary College in Shreveport. more
Red, orange, or purple with yellow polka dots: Kilgore’s Lady Bulldogs don’t really care about the attire, it’s all about the mission. Coach Cheyenne Kirkpatrick’s Lady ‘Dogs held off Center, 5-1, on Friday afternoon at Stream-Flo Field here in Kilgore, running their record to 12-4 this season (ironically, the same record as the KHS baseball team). They’ve also won three of their last four games. Kirkpatrick’s team has seemingly played its final non-district game of the regular season, and they’ll enter the District 16-4A schedule now. Kilgore was to host Spring Hill in the 16-4A debut for both teams on Tuesday night, after the deadline for this print edition of the News Herald. more
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – It quickly is becoming apparent that if he is to successfully defend his Mello Yello Top Fuel Championship, Steve Torrence is going to have to find a way to get his Capco Contractors Top Fuel dragster to the finish line ahead of the Mac Tools machine of rival Doug Kalitta. more
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