At the start of the basketball season, most people might have picked the Pleasant Grove Hawks to ultimately be crowned the 15-4A district champions. The Paris Wildcats never got that memo.
CLARKSVILLE — The District 15-AA front running Clarksville Lady Tigers remained unbeaten in the league race, as first year Head Coach LaTisha Hearne’s team moved to an 8-0 district record, while cruising to a decisive 72-23 home win over the Jame Bowie Lady Pirates in a Friday night game pl…
Christian Scott continued his strong play, and the North Lamar Panthers picked up their first district win of the season with a 60-50 triumph against Pittsburg on Friday.
The Hunting Club membership was in full discussion by the time I arrived at Doreen’s 24 HR Eat Gas Now Café on that raw, drizzly morning. As usual, the boys were entrenched in the large round corner booth and those seeing me come through the glass doors waved a hand.
Since she was 7 years old, Elizabeth Preston has found joy on the softball diamond. Now, the Prairiland High School senior is going to pursue her passion at the next level after signing her letter of intent to play the sport collegiately at Austin College.
Running and gunning, the Rivercrest Rebels cruised to an easy victory over the James Bowie Pirates, 65-26 on Tuesday night.
The Paris News’s sports department has a new editor.
Baseball season is right around the corner, and the Blossom Baseball Association will host signups for its spring season from Jan. 26 to Feb. 1.
Clarksville senior basketball player Makaiya Owens has been selected in a public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
The North Lamar Panthers stayed competitive throughout the game, but ultimately lost their first game of district play Tuesday to the Liberty-Eylau 60-50 Tuesday night.
In about a month, white bass anglers will be flocking to streams to enjoy the annual white bass run.
Rains, storms, winds and pressure drops have slowed fishing some, but as the weather settles a little and the pressure becomes more stable, then it will be a good time to be on your favorite area lake or maybe a private pond.
The Texas Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame committee announced Shane Wilson, retired public educator and founder of Fishing’s Future, will be inducted into the hall of fame in 2020.
The Chisum Mustangs didn’t have much success stopping Jason DeJong of the Winnsboro Red Raiders on Tuesday night. However, Winnsboro didn’t have much success stopping any of the Mustangs as Chisum rolled to a 68-51 victory.
Not much went right for the Chisum Lady Mustangs basketball team Tuesday night, as they fell to the Winnsboro Lady Red Raiders 74-22. But they didn’t go out without a fight.
After suffering a four-point District 15-AA loss at McLeod last Friday, defense turned out to be the name of the game for the Clarksville Blue Tigers when the team traveled to Maud on Tuesday night.
These are the four candidates for the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week award, which is based on performance from the past week. Voting is open on theparisnews.com and will remain open until 5 p.m. on Wednesday. The winner will be announced on Thursday.
The Paris Wildcats boys soccer team continued its strong play this weekend, beating Kilgore in a close 1-0 shutout to win the Terrell Winter Classic Tournament, and extending their undefeated streak to 9-0-1 on the season.
As fans of the Chisum Mustangs and Prairiland Patriots filled Chisum’s gymnasium Friday evening, none could have imagined what they were in store for. But what they got was everything a rivalry game should be.
In a battle between District 15-AA teams for sole possession of first place in the league race, the home standing 14th ranked McLeod Longhorns handed the eighth ranked Clarksville Blue Tigers their second district defeat in the last two seasons with a 68-64 heart-stopping win to improve to a…
The rivalry showdown between the Prairiland Lady Patriots and Chisum Lady Mustangs was a tough fought, back-and-forth affair. Ultimately, though, it was Prairiland that walked off the court with the narrowest of wins, 44-42.