The Honey Grove Warriors displayed dominance over the Avery Bulldogs in a pair of double-header games on Thursday, winning the first 10-0 and the second 14-4.
The Clarksville Lady Tigers continued their magical march through the post season on Friday night as first year head coach LaTisha Hearne’s team knocked down a very tough Honey Grove Lady Warriors squad by a heart-stopping 54-50 area round playoff margin in action staged in the Chisum High S…
Honey Grove's scoring was led by Demetria Pruitt with 17 points, followed by Azia Brigham with 14 and Allie Towery with 11.
This year’s All-RRV Co-MVP, Trel Pruitt of Honey Grove, knew his name would be called upon to lift the Warriors to prominence. The other half of the All-RRV Co-MVP duo is Rivercrest’s senior quarterback Devon Womack.
The Warriors continued to improve in recent years, but this year’s All-RRV Coach of the Year Glen Schuelke took the program to the next level.
2019 District 6-2A All-District Team : Paris Wildcats
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.
The North Lamar Panthers basketball team scored just three points in the first quarter and 10 by halftime, trailing visiting Rains 24-10 at the break.
PATTONVILLE — Two local rivals clashed in Pattonville on Friday night in the Prairiland Patriots and Chisum Mustangs, who both won their pools in the Prairiland Tournament. In a game that went down to the wire, the Mustangs overcame a late deficit and held off a furious Prairiland rally to c…
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.
Honey Grove senior football player Brock Braley has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
FORNEY — Since the 2012 season, the No. 18-ranked Honey Grove Warriors have not played in an area round football game. For the first time in seven years, the Warriors took the field in a chilly and windy second-round matchup against the No. 20-ranked Crawford Pirates.
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.
DENISON — For the first five minutes of their bi-district matchup with Trenton, the Honey Grove Warriors looked like they might be in for a tough battle. After that, it was over as they cruised to a 56–12 win.
HONEY GROVE — In a matchup with district championship implications, the No. 15-ranked Honey Grove Warriors and the Rivercrest Rebels squared off in Honey Grove.
COMO — The No. 15-ranked Honey Grove Warriors remained undefeated on the season and atop the district standings with another dominant shut out win.
HONEY GROVE — In their second district game in as many weeks, the No. 13-ranked Honey Grove Warriors dominated from start to finish with a shutout victory.
WOLFE CITY — The Honey Grove Warriors made a big statement on the road to open district play, defeating the Wolfe City Wolves.
CUMBY — The Honey Grove Warriors football team remained perfect on the season with another convincing win 34-12 at Cumby.
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…