Leading up to state, all I could think about was how I needed to soak everything in and try to enjoy it all, rather than over thinking and getting nervous.
Some big catches, defensive touchdowns and back-and-forth plays between the offense and defense characterized Nacogdoches’ spring football game on Thursday night at Dragon Stadium.
The potential for bad weather and the possibility of a late venue change mean there are a lot of question marks surrounding Central Heights’ regional quarterfinal matchup against East Bernard starting tonight at 7 at Texas A&M Consolidated High School.
While the annual Nacogdoches football spring game is a big deal for the family and friends of the football players, Dragons head coach Bobby Reyes has a simple wish.
A Lee sister has one more game as a basketball player at Chireno High School.
For much of the past few years, the community of Nacogdoches at large was electrified by the ascent of NHS star safety Brandon Jones in the recruiting trail into the top-ranked player in his position and his subsequent commitment to the University of Texas.
Cushing hurdler Sammi Jo Brashears won two first-place state titles to highlight area competitors at the State Track and Field Meet in Austin over the weekend.
When Central Heights High School’s two entrants to the state tennis tournament make their trip to College Station for competition this week, it will be a sister and a brother of a family who knows a thing or two about the value of competition.