With 29 seconds left in regulation, the North Lamar Pantherettes took their first lead of the game over their district and crosstown rival Paris Lady Wildcats. Paris led wire-to-wire until the waning seconds of the fourth quarter, when North Lamar sophomore guard Mylee Nottingham stepped beh…
On Saturday, North Lamar powerlifters competed at the Sulphur Springs Invitational meet. In the first meet of the season, junior Emma Doyal qualified for region with a total of 915 pounds. Fairfield will host the regional meet on March 7.
On Monday night the North Lamar Pantherettes finished their pre-district schedule against Como Pickton and they couldn’t have picked a better way to end it. North Lamar scored in double digits in every quarter while holding the visitors in single digits for all four frames in a 59–24 victory.
Johnson led Paris with 18 points, while both Mitchell and Lee had 12 points apiece. Dennis scored 11 points, while Hollje added 8 and Mickens 2. Anderson led Greenville with 26 points.
The Paris Wildcats got a tough test from Class 5A North Forney during their opening game of pool play in their home holiday tournament.
North Lamar High School senior Jaycie Proctor, seated second from left, signs a letter of intent to play volleyball for The Ladies at Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana, beginning the fall of 2020. Centenary is in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. Seated with Jaycie are he…
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.
The North Lamar Pantherettes avenged an early 40-37 loss to Clarksville with an impressive 45-28 victory over the Lady Tigers
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.
According to new classification cutoff rules with UIL, the Paris Wildcats and North Lamar Panthers will be realigned in two different football districts for the first time in decades, which was confirmed by both schools.
After surrendering the first three points of the game to North Lamar, the Prairiland Lady Pats took over the game en route to a 43-38 win Tuesday night at North Lamar. Trailing 3-0 early in the first quarter, the Lady Pats scored eight in a row to take over the game. Prairiland never looked back.
North Lamar senior outside hitter J.J. Johnson grew on and off the court tremendously in putting forth her best season for the blue and gold no matter what was stacked up against her and her team.
All-District 14-4A Volleyball Awards 2019
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.
North Lamar High School 2010 graduate, Ashley Fendley Stumpf, left, was welcomed into the 2019 NL Athletic Hall of Fame Friday night by North Lamar athletic director Aaron Emeyabbi. Others named but not able to attend were Ail Stone Danley, Bubba Bell, Reed Scudder and coaches Phillip Holt a…
North Lamar’s 5th/6th grade youth football team and the North Lamar youth cheer team are both Super Bowl bound. The Panthers 5th/6th team beat Honey Grove 30-7 in the second round playoff games to lock in one of the two final teams to play next weekend at Cooper for the 2019 Super Bowl title.
North Lamar senior baseball player Cade Conway, center, signs his letter of intent to play baseball at Weatherford College, a junior college located in Weatherford. Pictured front row, from left, are Cade’s father Jeff Conway, Cade and his mother Jill Conway. Back row, from left, are NL assi…
One week ago, Melissa Cardinals quarterback Brendon Lewis threw six touchdowns in the first half against Sanger. On Friday night against the North Lamar Panthers, the Colorado commit didn’t have the same fortune.
The North Lamar Panthers fell at Paris High last week to fall out of the postseason race. North Lamar was coming off a close win over Sanger along with a bye week, but the Wildcats’ win at home ended the Panthers’ postseason chances as they needed to win out to stay in the hunt.
WILLS POINT — The North Lamar Pantherettes started off hot as they won the first two sets against Kilgore in their Bi-District matchup. However, they couldn’t hold off a rally as they fell in five sets (25–21, 25–19, 29–31, 26–28, 14–16).