Sports

Wed
18
Jun

Texas Football hits the stands

By Brett Voss.
 
It’s finally here. After coming off the presses two weeks ago and revealing it’s cover featuring Baylor University head coach Art Briles on the cover, the 2014 Summer Edition of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football hits magazine stands across Texas this Friday. For the first time since 1975, defending Big 12 champion Baylor football alone — represented by Briles, quarterback Bryce Petty and wide receiver Antwan Goodley — commands the cover of the 55th edition of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine, the 400-page Texas high school, college and professional football preview publication.

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Wed
11
Jun

Kopperl ISD Sophomore Dustin Jordan

By Carol Spicer
 
The Clifton Record Following a long and successful baseball season for the Clifton Cubs, the following have been named to the 21-AA All District teams: Hunter Harris – Junior, District 21-AA Co MVP. Raymond Sadler – Sophomore, District 21-AA Newcomer of the Year.
 
Wed
11
Jun

Cubs learning new system this summer

By Carol Spicer
 
The Clifton Record Seven-on-seven football this summer has a little different focus than in years past. “Our focus this summer is to use 7 on 7 as an opportunity to continue to learn the offensive and defensive systems that we began to install this spring,” said Coach Chuck Caniford.
 
Wed
11
Jun

Meridian hosts youth basketball camps

By Brett Voss.

Basketball players of all ages were hooping it up all week last week at Yellowjacket Gymnasium. But it just marked the beginning of a month filled with indoor fun and games.
Basketball Camp
With 52 students participating this year, the Meridian High School Summer Youth Basketball Camp proved to be another success. For the first time this year, former Meridian athletes came back to assist with the camp, included Billy Miller, Zane Payne, Kimber Koonsman and Brannan Love.
 
Wed
11
Jun

Getting over the hump

By Brett Voss.

After systematically turning America’s Team into the most consistently mediocre squad in the National Football League, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones hopes to return his franchise to the post-season without improving the team one bit during the offseason. Yeah, right. In fact, the Cowboys may have gone backwards after losing several key players to free agency and doing very little to replace them. After all, how do you lose the best two players off your league-worst defensive unit and hope to improve?
 
Wed
04
Jun

Meridian baseball players earn all-district

By Brett Voss.
 
After going into the last game of the 2014 Texas high school baseball regular season with a chance to make the playoffs, the Meridian Yellowjackets came up just short. But when it was all said and done, the Jackets were rewarded for their efforts with post season accolades as senior Nick Prestwood and surprising freshman pitcher Bradley Wallace received all-District 12-1A, first-team honors.
 
Wed
04
Jun

Meridian’s boys of summer

Wed
04
Jun

Cubs football ‘boys of summer’ in Hico

By Carol Spicer.
 
With the end of school, summer sports takes over reaching students of all ages – from little league to the high school level in seven-on-seven football – and every age in between. Hico’s football field filled up with four football teams in action on Thursday night with seven-on-seven action. This is half-field practice for the teams where no helmets or pads are worn and no tackles are seen – tag football at its finest.
 
Wed
04
Jun

Go Texan committee awards scholarships

Bosque County Go Texan Committee is pleased to announce the Bosque County Go Texan Committee Scholarship recipients for 2014, according to Juanita Miller of Morgan, Go Texan Ambassador. Roy Seal, who grew up between Iredell and Hico and now lives in Navasota, was the guest speaker. Seal challenged the students to apply themselves, saying, “The essence of learning is so you can appreciate the world we live in and perhaps make it better.”
 
Wed
28
May

Valley Mills falls short of state

By Brett Voss.
 
For the Valley Mills Eagles, the Texas High School baseball season finally came to an end. But not before they came within one victory of qualifying for the Class 1A State Championship Tournament. Ending their Cinderella run through the Class 1A playoffs, the Valley Mills Eagles lost to Trenton in the Region II final, 5-3, last Wednesday.
 

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