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.

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.

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.

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 …

The No. 8-ranked Clarksville Blue Tigers were an impressive team Friday night when coach Willie Coulter took the squad to James Bowie for a district ballgame.

In a showdown game for the right to take control of the district race between the No. 9-ranked Clarksville Blue Tigers and the McLeod Longhorns in the Clarence L. Nix Jr. gym on Friday night in Clarksville, it was the Blue Tigers who improved to 4-0 in league play, and 14-6 for the season. C…

DETROIT — The Detroit Eagles jumped out to a 4-0 early advantage in their attempt to upset the state ranked Clarksville Blue Tigers at home Tuesday night, but Clarksville responded with an 11-0 run of its own to take an 11-4 advantage when point guard Quay Scales nailed a jumper with 1:55 le…

The Clarksville Blue Tigers were limited in the number of players used in their district ballgame at home against the Linden-Kildare Tigers on Friday night. In fact, with two productive players not in uniform and starting shooting guard Jalen Scott injured early in the ballgame and unable to…

With 0.9 seconds left in the game, and Clarksville trailing 63-62, a Tiger inbounds pass was received out high by Quentice Doolittle. Doolittle squared up and fired a 3-point shot that blazed through the net, lifting the Blue Tigers to a dramatic 65-63 come-from-behind win over the Waxahachi…

The first game of the Paris Holiday Tournament featured a clash between two ranked foes in the Class 3A, No. 16-ranked Prairiland Patriots and the Class 2A, No. 9-ranked Clarksville Blue Tigers. In this 9 a.m. matchup, it was close throughout the first half, but Clarksville pulled away with …

The Clarksville Blue Tigers looked to be a beaten team when the Class 5A Pine Tree Pirates carried a 39-23 lead into the dressing room at the half. Pine Tree then pushed the advantage to 18 points on three occasions in period three. But, after producing a dismal first half, coach Willie Coul…

The Paris Holiday Basketball Tournament is set to get underway beginning tomorrow with games beginning at 9 a.m. Along with the Paris Wildcats, other local schools in the tournament include the North Lamar Panthers, the Prairiland Patriots, the Clarksville Blue Tigers and the Rivercrest Rebels.

When the Clarksville Blue Tigers and Rivercrest Rebels reached halftime in the district opener for both teams on the Rebels home court, things were just a little too close for comfort for the Blue Tigers, who held a single digit, 35-27 advantage. However, coach Willie Coulter’s Tigers turned…

 With the huge district opener against the Rivercrest Rebels scheduled to take place in the Rebels gym Friday, coach Willie Coulter’s Clarksville Blue Tigers didn’t lose focus of their task at hand in the Clarence L. Nix Jr. gym Tuesday night.

The Clarksville Lady Tigers would make just two of their first 15 shots from the field during their district opener at Maud on Friday night. However, that was no indication of what was to come later. Coach Tom Manginell’s team went on a 9-0 run to end the first period leading 13-4. The Lady …

NEW BOSTON — After falling in the first two games of the young season to North Lamar and Texarkana Arkansas High, No. 8-ranked Clarksville roared back to capture their first win of the season, defeating the Hope Arkansas Bobcats on Friday evening, 48-41 in consolation-round action in the Gun…

CLARKSVILLE — In an intriguing non-district matchup, the North Lamar Panthers handed the Clarksville Blue Tigers a loss in its season opener. The Panthers used good patience on offense, dominant rebounding and an aggressive defense to take down Clarksville by a final score of 45-33.

The Honey Grove Lady Warriors basketball team got off to a fast start in its Tuesday night non-district game at home against the Clarksville Lady Tigers. Honey Grove used a 19-3 run to open the game, which proved to be too much for Tom Manginell’s Lady Tigers to overcome, as the Lady Warrior…

BECKVILLE — A controversial and pivotal call in the fourth quarter proved deadly for Coach Dewaski Davis’ Clarksville Blue Tigers during their area round playoff game played against the Evadale Rebels in Beckville on Friday afternoon. Trailing 36-28 with less than four minutes left in the ga…

The Prairiland Patriots basketball team won its home opener against the DeKalb Bears by a final score of 64-58.

PATTONVILLE — The Clarksville Blue Tigers made things look pretty easy Friday when Coach Dewaski Davis’ team tangled with the Tioga Bulldogs in a bi-district game played at Prairiland High School. The Tigers committed the only turnover of the game by way of a fumble on the opening possession…

The Clarksville Lady Tigers opened the new basketball season in dramatic fashion, forcing the Bonham Lady Warriors into an overtime session before capturing a thrilling 57-51 win. Clarksville struggled throughout the game with the Lady Warriors, who had already played two games before the co…

MOUNT ENTERPRISE — With the Clarksville Blue Tigers having wrapped up the District 10-2A, Division II championship one week earlier, it appeared that the district ending game played at Mount Enterprise on Friday night would be meaningless for the team. That assumption was as wrong as possibl…

CLARKSVILLE — After journeying through a pair of back to back 1-9 regular seasons, the Clarksville Blue Tigers delivered a district championship on Friday night, beating Simms Bowie 39-21 on senior night at New Century Club Field in Clarksville.

MT. VERNON — The Clarksville Lady Tigers volleyball season came to a close Tuesday night  as Coach Ken Sims’ team fell to  the North Hopkins Lady Panthers in the bi-district round of post season play.

CLARKSVILLE — The arrival of the game ball by helicopter at New Century Club Field in Clarksville on homecoming night just added fuel to the Clarksville Blue Tigers’ fire, as Coach Dewaski Davis’s team continued to show improvement, while remaining unbeaten in District 10-2A, Division II pla…

The surprising Clarksville Lady Tigers will take on North Hopkins in the first round of post season volleyball play on this Tuesday night at Mount Vernon High School. The match is scheduled to get underway at 6 p.m. The Lady Tigers, coached by Ken Sims, will represent  District 17-2A as the …

OVERTON — The rain fell during the entire ballgame when the Clarksville Blue Tigers met the Overton Mustangs in a district contest on Overton’s home field Friday night. However, it was the Tigers who shook off at times heavy rain fall to produce a decisive 32-12 league win. Clarksville impro…

With bad weather expected to arrive Friday, the Chisum Mustangs moved their homecoming game against the Clarksville Blue Tigers to Thursday. When the contest was over, smiles of relief came from players, coaches and fans as head coach Darren Pevey’s team captured their first win of the seaso…