Luke Parrish, a graduate of Tom Bean High School, signs a letter of intent to play baseball at Bacone College in Muskogee, Okla. on Wednesday. Luke is the son of Danny Parrish and Lisa Chapman. He played baseball throughout high school and was selected as an All Texomaland Player. His goal is to become a physical therapist and he currently works at Van Alstyne Physical Therapy. Pictured: Danny Parrish, Luke Parrish, Lisa Chapman and Coach J. T. Severe.
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Gainesville is bringing in a volleyball coach with Olympic ties and an NCAA baseball title.
A large contingent of local competitors of all ages will be heading to Central Texas for tonight’s opening of the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation’s annual State Games of Texas.
Denison 12-year-old swimmer Lindsay Looney had an impressive performance in this past weekend’s Texas Age Group (TAGS) championship meet in Austin.
Members of the Denison Dolphins swim team competed in a TAAF state qualifying meet in McKinney last weekend. Out of 42 swimmers, 27 qualified for the State Games of Texas in Bryan-College Station and Texas A&M starting on Thursday. The total medal count for the Dolphins included 20 gold, 22 silver and 14 bronze as well as a stack of ribbons. The team has been training at Waterloo Pool in Denison under the direction of Head Coach Dori Smith, Coaches Liz Crawford, Dillon Frazier, Spencer Brewer, Naomi Young, Kelsey Gliesing and Sean Bohnet.
POTTSBORO — A 15-year-old Pottsboro golfer made a hole-in-one at Tanglewood Resort Golf Course on Wednesday.
Monday was a sad day around the Webb house. Susan and I were down because we lost one of our black labs to old age and disease. She lived the life of Riley her last few years. She was boss of the house and kept our other pups in line. Susan and I were pretty well trained by her also. All of our dogs have been rescued dogs. Thursday I’m going to pick up her ashes and put them on the shelf with our other found puppies that have crossed the Rainbow Bridge.
It may seem like this fall’s bowhunting campaign is a long way off — especially with this week’s hot weather — but the reality is that the Sept. 28th archery season opener in North Texas is barely 60 days away.
It’s often said that big baits equal big bass.
Two members of the Austin College men’s basketball program have been selected to the National Association of Basketball Coaches Honors Court, the organization has announced.