Lindale remains undefeated in district play with victory against Athens
Catch the thrilling action as the Lindale Eagles soar to their second victory in district play, defeating the visiting Athens Hornets. Witness the highlights of this home win that puts the Eagles at an impressive 2-0 in the district.
#11 TRINITY VALLEY DEFEATS #9 BLINN IN CONFERENCE PLAY
The ninth-ranked Blinn College volleyball team suffered a sweep at the hands of Region XIV rival and 11th-ranked Trinity Valley Community College on Friday at the Kruse Center in Brenham, Texas. The Cardinals earned a 25-22, 25-22, 25-15 victory over the Buccaneers in a hard-fought battle. "I thought we played...
Van Vandals now 2-0 in district after home win over Canton
VAN, Texas (KETK) – The Van Vandals got their second district win of the season on Friday night over the visiting Canton Eagles. The final score was: Van 49 – Canton 3 Next week, Van will head to Rusk, while Canton will host Carthage.
Mabank roper wins over $3,000 at Amarillo rodeo
AMARILLO, Texas (KLTV) - An East Texas cowboy won over $3,000 at an Amarillo rodeo over the weekend. Lee “Boogie” Ray, 52, of Mabank, placed first in round one of team roping at the Amarillo Tri-State Fair for $3,226. He also placed second in round one of team roping at the Springhill PRCA Rodeo for $2,323, bringing his weekend total to $5,549.
Lions back from bye, open district play at Eustace
, A “new” season starts for the Teague football team Friday night - district play. The Lions open District 8-3A-Division I play at Eustace at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Bone Yard in Eustace. Teague (3-1) had a bye last week, while the other six teams opened league play. “The bye week was good,” Teague coach Zach Linscomb said. “You never know if you did enough to stay sharp - we hope we did - but it was good to get some bumps and bruises healed up and we feel like we’re ready to go. Our goal is to stay sharp and...
‘The world needs more of you': Kemp mom thanks high school football player for his kindness
What started as a loss at a Friday night football game turned into a huge win for a Kaufman County family, whose post went viral over the weekend on social media. Three-year-old twins King and Grit of Kemp were born with a chromosome disorder. Their mother, Kelly Knowles, said doctors...
GC Football: Kerens falls to Axtell powerhouse 40-14
Sep. 30—AXTELL — Craig Horn wins everywhere he goes so it was no surprise when he showed up in Axtell a year ago, the longtime Golden Circle coach turned the Longhorn program around. Horn's now in his second year with the Longhorns and they're better than ever. That...
Van takes win over Canton in rivarly game
VAN — With the Harvest Moon shining brightly it was the Van Vandals who were harvesting points on Friday night. Jaxon Moffatt threw three touchdown passes and found paydirt via the ground as well as the Vandals defeated rival Canton 49-3 on Mal Fowler Field at Van Memorial Stadium.
Lady Tigers Win in Four Over Lady Miners
The Lady Tigers hosted Trinidad for their second home match of the season and oh wow what a match it was as Raton took the match in four very close games Wednesday evening in Tiger Gym. Even the JV had a tough match going into the tie breaker where Trinidad...
Trojans XC teams run at Eustace meet
Trojans XC teams run at Eustace meet Image Trojans XC teams run at Eustace meet Dj Spencer Sports Editor Tue, 09/26/2023 - 20:11 Subhead Running...
#bEASTTexas Fabulous 15: Timpson, Malakoff, Winnsboro combine for 188 points in Week 5
Timpson, Malakoff and Winnsboro showed their dominance in Week 5 of the high school football season. The top three teams in the Class 3A/2A/TAPPS portion of the #bEASTTexas Fabulous 15 won by a combined score of 188-0 to all move to 5-0 and remain as the top three teams. The...
Tyler Legacy, Athens, Grace players honored
It is hard to believe that the high school football season has five weeks in the books. And just as the previous four weeks, Week 5 provided multiple highlights. The Tyler Morning Telegraph Players of the Week for Week Five of the high school football season include: Offense — Tyler Legacy quarterback Luke Wolf; Defense — Athens linebacker Gage Friedrich; Special Teams — Grace Community’s Blake Harmon; and Offensive Line of the Week — Tyler Legacy Red Raiders.
16-4A Volleyball: Canton defeats Brownsboro
BROWNSBORO — Canton head volleyball coach Kailey Marsh kept it short and to the point following her team’s District 16-4A match against Brownsboro on Tuesday night. “We won,” Marsh said. That was the big thing for the Eaglettes, who pulled out a four-set victory (25-22, 25-21, 19-25,...
Eagles claw Panthers, 30-9
Noah Romero (#5) tackles Canton’s Nathan Whitlock (#2) in Mabank’s home game versus the Eagles Sept. 15. Case Holt runs a play on the field. Holt completed 20 rushing yards and 42 receiving yards during the game. A 3-yard touchdown run from Nathan Parker got Canton on the...
WATCH: Athens' Manning too strong, too fast on 75-yard TD
Athens dominated Jacksonville in Week 5.
Italy hands Cross Roads their first loss on Thursday night
LOG CABIN, Texas (KETK) — The Cross Roads Bobcats got off to a 3-0 start this season, heading into their district opener against Italy on Thursday night. But the Gladiators jumped out early and beat the Bobcats 45-14. Cross Roads will look to regroup next week will they take on rival Cayuga next Friday night
Hornets Outclass Indians in Season Opener
In their seasonal opener, the Athens Hornets bested the Jacksonville Indians. The Indians started strong with an early touchdown, but the Hornets soon matched it. As the game unfolded, the Hornets were able to outmaneuver the Indians using a strong offensive strategy.
New Sonic in East Texas becomes first in franchise with pickleball courts
CANTON, Texas (KETK) – There’s a new Sonic Drive-In open in Canton and it is the first in the Sonic franchise to include pickleball courts. According to Canton Economic Development, the new Sonic will include three pickleball courts that can be reserved ahead of time using the CourtReserve App. The location also reportedly has a […]
McMinn stops strong, loss-side effort by Briseno to claim Stop #9 on Cuetec DFW 9-Ball Tour
Prior to this year, both Shane McMinn and Gus Briseno had their best (recorded) earnings year at the tables in 2008. It still stands as McMinn’s best, although this year is already Briseno’s best, with three+ months to go. Briseno came into and out of this past weekend’s (Sept. 23-24) event (#9) on the Cuetec DFW 9-Ball Tour at the top of the tour’s standings. But it was McMinn who took home the event title, going undefeated and in the final match, putting a stop to Briseno’s determined, nine-match, loss-side winning streak. The weekend’s $2,000-added event drew 38 entrants to Jeffro’s in Canton, TX.
GC Volleyball: Kerens opens district with sweep over Alto
Sep. 29—KERENS — The key to reaching the post-season every year is playing your best in the biggest games and in the biggest moments. No one needs to tell the Kerens' LadyCats about that. They reach the playoffs every season. Just look at the way they started the district race Tuesday at Kerens, where they stayed focused and rolled to a 3-0 sweep over Alto.