In just her first year on varsity, Mylee Nottingham excelled for North Lamar. The Pantherette averaged 11.75 points per game, 7.8 rebounds per game, 2.3 assists per game and 1.2 steals per game. Because of her play, she's been named All-Area Newcomer of the Year.

After the first inning last night, fans watching the North Lamar vs. Caddo Mills baseball game probably thought they were going to be in for a high scoring game.

Cody Ausmus was dominant on the pitcher’s mound for the North Lamar Panthers on Friday, tossing a complete game shutout against the Leonard Tigers, en route to a 3-0 victory.

Coming into Monday’s game with Celina, the North Lamar Pantherettes had played 12 softball games, winning 11 of them. All 12 of those games were away from the campus of North Lamar. Against Celina in front of a packed home crowd, the Pantherettes put on a hitting clinic en route to a 14–3 victory.

It was a pitching duel for the North Lamar baseball team on Monday night, but unfortunately for the Panthers, it was the Sulphur Springs Wildcats who came away with the hard-fought 3-1 win.

Trent Smith was dominant on the pitcher’s mound Thursday, as he threw a no-hitter to lead the North Lamar Panthers baseball team to a 5-0 victory over the Winnsboro Raiders.

North Lamar junior soccer player Ashley Trenchard has been selected in a public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.

PITTSBURG — The first postseason game for the Panthers became the last game for the basketball team Monday night, as they fell 60-45 against the Henderson Lions at Pittsburg. 

The North Lamar Pantherettes peppered the crosstown rival Paris Ladycats with shots on goal when the two teams squared off Friday night. And though it took some time, those shots eventually began finding their way into the back of the net with consistency, as the Pantherettes won 4-2 behind …

The Paris Wildcats continued a district winning streak Friday night as the soccer team defeated the North Lamar Panthers 4-0 in a cross-town shoot-out at Wildcat Stadium.

Through the first quarter of play, the North Lamar Panthers only trailed by two to District Champion Paris High. With two minutes left to go in the second quarter it was a six point game at 25–19. That’s as close as it would get, though, as Paris won 64–40 over the home team.

North Lamar ISD administrators and Athletic Director Aaron Emeyabbi remain closed-lipped about his future with the district after school trustees took no action on his contract at a Monday night meeting.