GARLAND — Friday’s scrimmage against Garland Lakeview Centennial shows that the new-look Sherman Bearcats have a lot of work to do in a very short time.
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A week after no visits to the end zone, the Denison Yellow Jackets made up for lost touchdowns in their second scrimmage. Against another quality opponent, Wichita Falls Rider, there were plenty of big plays to go around. Both Denison and the Raiders put on an offensive show that totaled 11 scores on the afternoon.
GREENVILLE — The Sherman tennis team closed out its non-district schedule with an 11-8 loss against Greenville on Thursday.
FARMERSVILLE — Sherman rolled to three victories and won its pool in the Farmersville Tournament on Thursday.
Last Friday night our August tournament started with us going to a place where we caught fish last month. The water was a little dingy in the cove. The wind kept me on my toes running the trolling motor. A Yum Dinger soft plastic lure fished weightless on long casts got me two fish in almost no time.
The truth be told, most dove hunting seasons are usually pretty good across the state of Oklahoma.
With duck populations at their highest levels ever — or at least since North America’s annual spring breeding population surveys began in 1955 — it was an easy decision on Thursday in Houston for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission to rubber-stamp yet another year of liberal duck season dates and bag limits across the state.
Rice senior wide receiver Jordan Taylor and Kansas senior tight end Jimmay Mundine have named to the watch list for the second annual Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award.
A day after the Denison ISD delayed the ribbon-cutting and dedication of the new Munson Stadium, the Yellow Jackets’ scrimmage at the facility was moved.
DENTON — Sherman’s tennis team bounced back from a rough opening weekend by beating Denton Ryan, 14-7, on Tuesday for its first win of the fall season.