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The initial season for Stephen F. Austin first-year head coach Colby Carthel could be a long one as the Lumberjacks were picked to finish ninth in the 11-team Southland Conference football race, according to the SLC Preseason Poll released Thursday morning at the beginning of the league’s an…

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We’re closing in on that time again. It’ll be here in a blink of an eye. No, not Christmas and that jolly ol’ elf, with a twinkle in his eye.

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When two organizations designed to help area youngsters merged in 2002, the Pineywoods Youth Football League and the Nacogdoches Boys & Girls Club created an organization that goes much deeper than just youngsters suiting up and playing football on local fields on Saturdays during the fa…

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Stephen F. Austin first-year head coach Colby Carthel will take the first official step of getting the 2019 season started on Thursday when he, along with senior quarterback Jake Blumrick and senior safety Alize Ward, take part in the annual Southland Conference Football Media Day.

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Nacogdoches junior golfer Samuel Smothers shot a 5-over 41 Monday to finish second in the boys’ 11-12 division in the East Prep Division golf tournament at Willow Brook Country Club near Tyler.

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BROOKLYN — The 2019 NCAA national champion Ladyjack bowling team not only competed on the lanes at the highest level in the country in 2018-19, SFA also made its mark in the classroom.

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Former Nacogdoches Dragon and Atlanta Falcon Kynan Forney now knows more than anyone that a football life is just that, and just because he retired from the National Football League nine years ago, that doesn’t mean that the things he learned and relationships he built will go away.

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With the opening of the Texas high school football season now 47 days away and teams hitting the practice fields for the first time 22 days from now, avid football fans are beginning to get into high gear as they begin thinking and planning for the upcoming grid season.

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It was a strong year in University Interscholastic League competition for Chireno High School. Led by the school’s state runner-up in softball and Region III runner-up in girls basketball, CHS captured 16th place among Class 1A school as the UIL Lone Star Cup results were released this week.

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