Several area girls basketball players have earned all-region honors by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches.
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A quick turnaround is exactly what the Sherman and Denison softball teams were looking for, except the reasons come from opposite views in the batter’s box.
DURANT — The Sherman tennis team edged Durant, 10-9, in a non-district match on Thursday when Gavin Cole won his singles match in a super tie-breaker.
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — Urald King and Taylor Smaller each posted 16 points for Southeastern Oklahoma State but Arkansas Tech defeated the Storm, 63-58, in the Great American Conference Tournament on Thursday night.
Unless you were hiding under a rock, you probably know that last Sunday, a significant winter storm hit Texomaland for the umpteenth time this winter.
I think I’ll watch what I wish for next year. I’ve had more of my wish-filled cold-wise than I planned on. If you can get to a boat ramp and back down it, you will quit sliding backwards when your tires get in the water.
Sherman’s boys soccer team was able to earn a point in the District 17-4A standings by extending McKinney North to a scoreless draw at the end of regulation, but the Bulldogs outscored the Bearcats 4-3 in the penalty-kick shootout on Wednesday night at Bearcat Stadium.
McKINNEY — Case Rolen’s two-run double in the top of the first inning was the only offense Sherman could generate on Wednesday night as the Bearcats fell to McKinney North, 4-2, in the District 13-4A baseball opener for both teams.
Bailey Nixon drove in four runs, half coming on a homer, as Denison opened District 13-4A action with a 13-6 victory against Wylie East at Culpepper Field on Wednesday night.