Detroit senior running back Joel Hinson amassed 2,812 rushing yards and found the end zone more than 30 times on his way to earning top offensive player honors, which was even more beneficial to his team and its success.
The Paris Wildcats got a tough test from Class 5A North Forney during their opening game of pool play in their home holiday tournament.
In the 2019 season, during which Clarksville and Detroit squads reached post season play, both teams either own or share four superlative honors.
DETROIT — On Tuesday night in Detroit, the Eagles and Warriors split a pair of games. The Honey Grove Lady Warriors won their matchup 41-29 while the Detroit boys took the nightcap 58-36.
BOGATA — The Rivercrest Rebels upended Mt. Vernon for the second time in their home tournament, this time for the championship title by a final score of 41-26.
BOGATA — The Rivercrest Rebels basketball team continued its strong play in its home tournament with a 74-47 win over Como-Pickton in bracket play.
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.
PATTONVILLE — The first day of pool play in the Prairiland Basketball Tournament featured a wide variety of games.
The No. 17-ranked Paris Wildcats basketball team fell on the road in a close contest to Class 5A, No. 5-ranked Sulphur Springs by a final score of 67-61.
All-District 17-2A Volleyball Awards 2019
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 …
Four Red River Valley football teams remain in the postseason hunt in Honey Grove, Rivercrest, Detroit and Hugo. The Paris Wildcats and Clarksville Blue Tigers were eliminated last week in the bi-district round by Alvarado and Muenster, respectively.
The 2019 Red River Valley volleyball season was memorable to say the least. Our community’s teams sent seven volleyball teams into the postseason, and four of those teams advanced past the first round of playoffs.
PATTONVILLE — For the second straight year, Coach M.K. Hamilton’s Detroit Eagles football team will be journeying into the area round of the UIL football playoffs after the squad eliminated the Tioga Bulldogs from postseason play in the bi-district round.
MOUNT VERNON — After finishing the regular season as district champions, the Detroit Lady Eagles volleyball team started its playoff run Tuesday night at Mount Vernon High School.
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…
SIMMS — The Detroit Eagles performed well on offense, and senior running back Joel Hinson scored a go-ahead rushing touchdown with fewer than two minutes to go in regulation to lift the Eagles past James Bowie by a final score of 40-36.
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.
Following a dominant sweep over Clarksville, the Detroit Lady Eagles volleyball team scored another district win, this time over Sulphur Bluff, in five sets by a final score of 25-21, 21-25, 18-25, 25-21 and 15-7.
The Red River Valley football season nears the halfway point of regular season play with several key district matchups at 7:30 tonight.