OMAHA, Neb. — Denison native Lindsay Looney closed out her time at the U.S. Olympic Swim Trials with another top 50 finish on Wednesday morning.
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OMAHA, Neb. — Denison native Lindsay Looney won her heat in the 400-meter individual medley at the U.S. Olympic Swim Trials on Sunday afternoon.
The best swimmers in the United States will gather together over the next week. And Lindsay Looney will be among them.
After making the volleyball playoffs for the first time in three seasons, Trenton has hired former Tom Bean head coach Sandra McMillan to lead the Lady Tigers program.
What had become a reliable pattern to catch bass with the water high is changing. As we go into summer and the water clears and the lake falls, you need to rethink what and where and how you fish.
While bass and stripers get most of the summertime love around these parts, for anglers seeking a good fight on lightweight tackle, look no further than the plentiful bluegills (and other assorted sunfish species) that inhabit nearly every single Texomaland reservoir, lake, pond, river and stream.
With the Fourth of July quickly approaching, the thought has occurred to yours truly that there are few more All-American things than a day of summertime fishing.
Class 3A state-runner up Van Alstyne was joined by Trenton, Leonard and Melissa in having two players earn All-State honors by the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association for the 2016 season.
CASPER, Wyo. — Southeastern Oklahoma State’s Wyatt Rogers capped his 2016 College National Finals run with a fifth-place finish overall in the bull riding event as the rodeo wrapped up over the weekend.
Just about the only the thing that separated Van Alstyne senior Will Jones and Gunter senior Troy Watson was the hand they used to fire pitches past opponents all season.