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CUSHING — Despite a slow start, the Cushing football team gave their fans a lot to cheer about — and look forward to in the upcoming season — as the ’Kats started slow, then blew past the Malakoff Cross Roads Bobcats 4-0 in the final scrimmage action of the season for both teams here at J.F.…

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Most area football teams had a chance to see how they would fare against opponents other than their teammates for the first time a week ago. All teams will have their final ‘dress rehearsals’ of the year tonight and Friday as they fine tune their game plans before their respective seasons ki…

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When East Texas football fans talk about the Tenaha football program each season, they don’t talk as much about the Tigers rebuilding, but more along the lines of the squad reloading.

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CENTRAL HEIGHTS — The No. 18-ranked Central Heights Lady Blue Devils knocked off their second state-ranked opponent of the season Tuesday night, rolling over No. 9-ranked (3A) West Rusk, 25-23, 25-18, 25-18, in Russell Gym.

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The Nacogdoches Lady Dragons found themselves in a match against a Rusk squad that had a height advantage at the net. But the Lady Dragons waded into the Lady Eagles and nearly swept the first two sets before going to the third set tied 1-1. Rusk was able to squeeze out the next two sets to …

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Despite a number of upperclassmen on the roster, the Cushing Bearkats are in a learning mode prior to the 2019 season. The team that finished 6-4 a year ago and qualified for the postseason for the first time in 21 years, found out that its scrimmages will be well utilized for improvement an…

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GARRISON — The eighth-ranked Garrison Bulldogs breezed to 279 yards of total offense in just 24 offensive plays, averaging 11.6 yards a snap — and could have easily gained more — as they cruised to a 3-0 scrimmage win over Arp on a muggy night here at Bulldog Stadium Friday.

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A number of area high school football teams will take a break from their respective training camps to open scrimmage action across East Texas.

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About 160 Nacogdoches football players took the practice field for training camp this week as the Dragons, under first-year head coach Darren Allman, began working toward the season opener against Kilgore, which is a mere 16 days away.

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Defending Class 6A Divison II state champion Longview was a unanimous choice as the No. 1 ranked Class 6A/5A/4A team in the first #BEASTTexas Fabulous 15 poll released this week.

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