So, after what was the Weekend from Football H-E-Double-Hockey-Sticks last time out, I’m really rooting for something a little better this week.
Kilgore College’s Rangers were rude hosts over the weekend – not to the fans, but they weren’t accommodating on the floor to their two opponents.
The University Interscholastic League hasn’t even decided its 2019 football season state champions – that’ll happen in a few weeks – but the governing body of all things Texas high school sports did release its cutoff numbers Tuesday for the next round of realignment.
When Jeremiah Hoskins sank a three-pointer from the top of the key with 11 seconds left Monday night for the Kilgore High School basketball team, it looked like the Bulldogs were going to overtime.
But Palestine had other ideas. And quickly executed them.
The Leverett’s Chapel football team got back into the University Interscholastic League’s six-man football playoffs in 2019, and now, the Lions are being honored as a part of the District 12-1A, Division I’s all-district team.
The Kilgore College Rangers had won six in a row before heading to Lufkin to face Angelina College in the Region XIV Conference opener for bot…
Sabine’s phenomenal 2019 football season came to an end at Paris’s Wildcat Stadium on a windy Friday night, but in a barnburner of a game that came down to the final moments.
Both Kilgore College basketball teams are looking about as strong as they possibly can as they get set to embark on their Region XIV Conference schedules.
With lengthy football and volleyball seasons at Kilgore and at Sabine this school year, basketball is getting off to what feels like a late start, but so far, so good for the girls teams at both programs.
The boys are just starting to get their basketball legs under them.