The Rivercrest Rebels basketball team impressed in their home tournament. The Rebels played in front of a big home crowd, and took down the Class 3A Mt. Vernon Tigers in dominant 65-45 wire-to-wire victory.
The North Lamar Pantherettes avenged an early 40-37 loss to Clarksville with an impressive 45-28 victory over the Lady Tigers
In their season opener on Tuesday night, the Clarksville Blue Tigers didn’t have the full complement of players that most of their fans had expected, so playing against last years’ head football coach and athletic director Dewaski Davis’ Liberty-Eylau Leopards made things a lot more interest…
On Tuesday night, former Detroit High School basketball standout performer Da’on Savage returned to the campus where he produced some outstanding performances and memories as a player, to make his basketball coaching debut. Neither Savage, his team nor the crowd left the gym disappointed as …
PITTSBURG — Clarksville Lady Tigers’ new head coach LaTisha Hearne’s debut was short of a victory as the Lady Tigers fell to Class 4A Pittsburg 68-53 in road action on Tuesday night. The Lady Tigers (0-1) competed in their first game with only seven players in uniform.
BELLS — The Clarksville Blue Tigers bid to upset the heavily favored Muenster Hornets in their bi-district round playoff game played Thursday evening on the campus of Bells High School looked promising.
CLARKSVILLE — On senior night at New Century Club Field in Clarksville, the real Clarksville Blue Tigers may have finally stood up in their District 10-2-A Division II finale on Friday night. Facing off against undefeated and district top seed for the playoffs, Mt. Enterprise, head coach Der…
SIMMS — After having lost a District 10-2A, Division II heart-breaker by an 18-12 margin to the Detroit Eagles on a rainy night on the road last Friday, coach Derek Schlieve’s Clarksville Blue Tigers still had a chance to create a tie for the league crown if things fell in place down the str…
DETROIT — The Detroit Eagles survived a sloppy start on a rain soaked field on a very rainy Friday night, then went on to stun the Clarksville Blue Tigers by a final score of 18-12 in a crucial District 10-2A Division II football game played on the Eagles’ home field. The win lifts the Eagle…
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Blue Tigers moved to 2-0 in District 10-2-A Division II play on Friday, homecoming night at New Century Club Field, with their 70-40 win over the Overton Mustangs. The victory also allowed head coach Derek Schlieve’s team to climb above .500 for the season as th…
High School volleyball in the Red River Valley continues to heat up with more critical regular season games coming up as the second half of district play begins with games at 6 tonight.
MAUD — The Clarksville Blue Tigers football team came back from an early 22-6 deficit and pulled from 6 points behind again late to defeat the Maud Cardinals by a final score of 42-40 in overtime.
The Chisum Lady Mustangs’ district struggles continued, as the team dropped its third league game in a row, this time at state-ranked Commerce in straight sets by a final score of 17-25, 12-25 and 17-25.
HONEY GROVE — There was a lot at stake when the Honey Grove Warriors hosted the Clarksville Blue Tigers on homecoming night, but no one expected the result of the highly anticipated game between the two teams. Honey Grove was out to keep its perfect season record intact, while Clarksville ne…
The Red River Valley football season nears the halfway point of regular season play with several key district matchups at 7:30 tonight.
CLARKSVILLE — Chisum Mustangs head coach, Darren Pevey certainly hopes the real Mustangs showed up on Friday night at New Century Club Field in Clarksville. After being shutout decisively one week earlier when the team played against the Winnsboro Raiders, the Mustangs rebounded in a strong …
The Red River Valley football season rolls on as Week 4 of high school football continues with more matchups at 7:30 p.m. tonight and district play looming.
CLARKSVILLE — When the Clarksville Blue Tigers and Prairiland Patriots moved into the final quarter of their non-district game at New Century Club Field in Clarksville on Friday night, the contest looked to be up for grabs with Clarksville clinging to a 1-point, 16-15 lead.
BOGATA — The Rivercrest Lady Rebels opened up district play on a positive note, but it didn’t come without struggles.
The Red River Valley football season moves now enters its third week of high school football action with intriguing matchups at 7:30 p.m. tonight.
The Red River Valley volleyball season approaches the end of non-district play of the regular season with games beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Here are the Red River Valley Leaders through Week 2. RRV Leaders will run each week. Stats are compiled from coaches’ reports and by writers covering games. Submit statistics to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLARKSVILLE — After a heartbreaking one point defeat in the season opener at Whitewright one week ago, the Clarksville Blue Tigers would not be denied in their home opener on Friday night. First-year Clarksville head football coach Derek Schlieve earned his first win at the helm in Clarksvil…
The Red River Valley football season moves into its second week of regular season action with exciting games on tap at 7:30 p.m. tonight.
Here are the Red River Valley Leaders through Week 1. RRV Leaders will run each week. Stats are compiled from coaches’ reports and by writers covering games. Submit statistics to email@example.com.
WHITEWRIGHT — New Clarksville head football coach Derek Schlieve will in all probability have a good, talented and explosive team on both sides of the football, as the 2019 season moves along. However, on Friday night in the season opener at Whitewright, it was simply a case of the Blue Tige…
The Red River Valley football season is finally upon us as each of the opening games of the 2019 regular season kick off at 7:30 p.m. tonight.
This year’s local football magazine comes just in time before opening-day kickoff with several games slated for Friday night. It features new layout and design, in depth coverage and analysis of our 10 local football teams and several other features.
The Prairiland Lady Patriots volleyball team won its 16th match of the year in 17 tries Tuesday night in Pattonville.
Local volleyball schools continue their non-district schedules with an exciting schedule of games tonight with several high quality matches across the board.
Red River Valley football continues to inch closer to opening day kickoff, and the last slate of scrimmages begin tonight.
The Rivercrest Lady Rebels volleyball team travelled to Queen City on Tuesday to face the Lady Bulldogs. The match was close and competitive throughout, but the Lady Rebels ultimately fell in straight sets by a final score of 24-26, 19-25 and 21-25.
Deontae Ricks and Robert Worsham have signed to participate in college football programs. Ricks will play for the Firestorm at Arizona Christian University, while Worsham will play at Texas Lutheran University.
Devon Sanders is turning his dreams into reality. The month of May has already been kind to the University of Texas A&M-Commerce sprinter. The 2014 Clarksville high school graduate has earned an opportunity to compete in four events in the NCAA Division II Championships that will take p…
When the Clarksville ISD Board of Trustees meets in their regular meeting Tuesday, at the school administration building, Derek Schlieve is likely to be named the new Athletic Director and Head Football Coach.
The Paris Chapter of the Texas High School Basketball Officials Association recognizes players and coaches each year for their outstanding sportsmanship during the season. These coaches and players were selected due to their respect for the game and the behavior they displayed on the court.
Several Red River County athletes will be making the trip to Springtown-Porcupine Stadium this Friday and Saturday, in order compete in the Class AA Region II Track & Field competition. The athletes who will be making the trip advanced to the event by placing in the top four positions in…
Clarksville High School girls basketball team member LaQuesha Clark, a junior, received some high honors last week following the conclusion of the 2018-19 basketball season as she was named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 2A All-State team.
The Blue Tigers have voluntarily removed themselves from the post-season play for boys basketball due to a player ineligibility.
The Clarksville Blue Tigers basketball team recently withdrew itself from the Class 2A boy's basketball postseason due to an apparent violation of UIL rules.
MT. VERNON — When the No. 12-ranked Clarksville Blue Tigers fell behind the North Hopkins Panthers 43-34 with just 2:08 remaining in the fourth quarter, things really looked gloom for Willie Coulter’s team. But, the Tigers proved Coulter’s recent statement that his Tigers would never stop fi…
UNION GROVE — The state-ranked Clarksville Blue Tigers were on a mission Tuesday night when coach Willie Coulter’s team met the Beckville Bearcats in the bi-district round of post season play at Union Grove High School.
The Paris Wildcats, Clarksville Blue Tigers, North Lamar Panthers, Prairiland Patriots and Rivercrest Rebels took to the court Tuesday night looking to walk away with a bi-district win. The Wildcats and Blue Tigers did just that.
SULPHUR SPRINGS — The No. 17-ranked Paris Wildcats basketball team, champions of its district, drubbed the fourth-seeded Gilmer Buckeyes by a final score of 65-46.
MOUNT VERNON — When the Clarksville Lady Tigers and Campbell Lady Indians met earlier this season in tournament action in Saltillo, Campbell walked away with a 7-point win.
On senior night it all looked all so easy for coach Willie Coulter’s Clarksville Blue Tigers. The District 15-2A champion Tigers ended the league run on Tuesday with a destructive 90-28 home win over the James Bowie Pirates.
Lady Tigers beat Beckville
The Clarksville Blue Tigers are now a very focused team as the playoffs near and after suffering their first district loss late last month to the Linden-Kildare Tigers. Coach Willie Coulter’s team won its third straight ballgame, and improved to 10-1 in league play with one game remaining, w…
Tuesday night’s showdown in McLeod, for sole possession of first place in the District 15-2A race turned out to be a blowout as the No. 15-ranked Clarksville Blue Tigers rolled to a convincing 75-48 victory. Clarksville improved to 9-1 in district with games remaining against Maud and James …
Clarksville bounces back vs Detroit
Rivercrest rebounds at Detroit