Sports
  • Though fishing in Arkansas is available year-round, fall is a beautiful time to cast a line and enjoy the favorable temperatures and colorful fall foliage of the season. The Ouachita River has long been a lure to anglers due to the streamís prime fishing waters. The river, which runs around 600 miles, starts as a mountain creek flowing off Rich Mountain in Polk County and over the course of its epic journey to north-central Louisiana, winds through a diverse landscape that includes everything from scenic bluffs in its upper reaches to swamp bottoms filled with cypress trees as one approaches the lower sections.
  • The Leonard Lady Tigers tossed in 32 points in the first quarter and never looked back in a 67-33 win over the Ector Lady Eagles in the Bland Basketball Tournament.
  • Honey Grove's Dee Shaw knocked down 19 points to lead all scorers as her Lady Warriors doubled up on the Tom Bean Lady Cats, 70-35, in the opening round of the Bells Basketball Tournament.
  • Surrounded by teammates and Bonham head volleyball coach Josh McKinney, Madeline Dolberry signed a Letter of Intent to play volleyball with the Patriots of Dallas Baptist University.
  • Leonard's Kimmy Blackburn poured in a game-high 23 points to propel the Lady Tigers to a 22-point victory over the Whitesboro Lady Cats.
  • For the second year in a row, the Lindsay Lady Knights are headed to the UIL State Volleyball Tournament after qualifying as one of the top four Class 2A programs in Texas.
  • The Trenton Tigers shrugged off a slow start to earn an 18-point win over the Ector Eagles.
  • Honey Grove's Shemiyah Finney finished with 14 points to lead all scorers.
  • Dodd City senior Keeshia Thompson poured in a game-high 16 points to pace the prolific Dodd City offense.
  • This game started out as a close, defensive battle with the Trenton Lady Tigers and the Ector Lady Eagles tied 3-3 after the opening period, but Trenton went on a 32-10 run during the next two periods to earn a 22-point win on the road.
  • Bonham senior Madeline Dolberry and Melissa senior Connar Newberry were selected at Co-MVPs for District 12-4A.
  • Bells junior wide receiver Noah Straw makes a tough grab for six points in a bi-district win over Clarksville. The Panthers will play Mart on November 20 at McLane Stadium in Waco, Texas. photo by Allen Rich
  • Steven Ray, rattling in a big buck with his Rattling Forks. photo by Luke Clayton
  • (L-R) Allen Hilsdon, Jeffrey's father; Jeffrey Hilsdon; Robert Bird, Commerce High School head baseball coach
  • Melissa senior Connar Newberry gets a hit past the Argyle defense. photo by Corinne Beasley
  • Despite a 20-point fourth quarter effort and a 315-yard four-touchdown performance from quarterback Tyrik Rollison, No. 24 and No. 1 seed A&M-Commerce came up two points shy of No. 2 seed Angelo State in a 35-33 loss Saturday afternoon in the finale of the Lone Star Conference Playoff at Memorial Stadium.
  • McKinney North sophomore Chase Carrather boots the game-winning field goal in a 24-21 overtime win over Frisco Wakeland. photo by Cal Hedgpeth of www.BuzzzPhotos.com
  • The high-flying volleyball teams from Melissa and Argyle collide Saturday afternoon in Mesquite with a trip to the state tournament on the line.
  • Nicole Fleitman finished with an astonishing 45 kills as the Lindsay Lady Knights knocked off Thrall, 3-2, in a Region II-2A Semifinal match Friday night.
  • Pottsboro senior Thadeus Flinn carries a tackler into the end zone. photo by Allen Rich