Well this time of year an article like this is not what I was expecting to be working on. Our boat ramp is on life support. There are only a few guides working but they are reporting fair-to-good catches. There are some people in kayaks and canoes launched from the bank bass fishing but not many.
Subscribe to Varsity RSS feed
One team is on a magic carpet ride into the Class 4A Region II baseball quarterfinals. The other is keen on returning to its high level of success of the previous decade.
BONHAM — The Pilot Point Lady Cats stood strong behind a nearly spotless performance from senior Preslee Gallaway to take the opener of their Class 3A Region II semifinal series against Hughes Springs, 2-0, on Thursday night.
As the great Lake Texoma Flood of 2015 continues to build towards a forecast of rolling over the swollen reservoir’s spillway in the next few days, local bowhunters are reminded that there is something else for them to pay close attention to.
QUITMAN — The late great Texas weatherman Harold Taft, the iconic fixture for several decades on Dallas/Fort Worth television station KXAS-TV Channel 5, once said it best when describing the on-again, off-again nature of wet weather in the Lone Star State.
PROSPER — In a battle between two outstanding pitchers, every swing of the bat becomes magnified. Gunter third baseman Jake Oblas made his swing loom the largest on Thursday night.
PROSPER — With dusk hanging heavily in the air on a cool, calm evening, all Whitewright head coach Phil Shope could do was watch as his team’s three-hole hitter — daughter Hatty — faced the kind of situation clutch batters dream about.
SADLER — James Gage’s first experience on the sidelines was nothing but success.
The Whitewright Lady Tigers know exactly who they are facing this week — they only need to stare in the looking glass and the reflection of themselves is from four years ago.
GUNTER — The Gunter Tigers learned last year that beating your longtime nemesis doesn’t guarantee further success in the postseason.