The No. 3-ranked Prairiland Lady Patriots volleyball team of Class 3A traveled to Paris High School to play against the Class 4A Lady Wildcats. Paris, who has only lost twice this season, faced a strong test against the Lady Patriots, who had not dropped a set the entire season coming into t…
VAN — The Paris Lady Wildcats and North Lamar Pantherettes both competed in the Van Volleyball Tournament over the weekend. Each team reached the championship bracket, and there was even a crosstown semifinal showdown.
The Paris High School varsity football team breaks out of its huddle preceding warm ups before the annual Blue and White scrimmage. The Wildcats return several key starters on each side of the ball from last year’s district runner up and third-round qualifying team.
The Paris Lady Wildcats volleyball team got its season off to a great start under first-year head coach Ashley Green.
North Lamar High School held a volleyball scrimmage day at its high school gymnasium Monday, the last day of preseason action.
Kevin Adkins, a local track coach with a desire to help Lamar County athletes be great and receive worthy recognition, brought his dream to life March 1.
All-District 15-4A baseball awards 2019
All-District 15-4A softball awards 2019
His journey took him from Paris High School, to the University of New Mexico and then to Pima Community College in Tuscon, Arizona.
This year’s All-RRV Hitter of the Year Saxon Swain, the junior leadoff hitter of Paris High, set goals for himself and believes he accomplished them.
The Paris Wildcat Athletic Booster Club hosted its annual athletic banquet on May 23 at Love Civic Center.
The Paris Wildcat Athletic Booster Club hosted its annual athletic banquet Thursday at Love Civic Center. The top overall awards, the Ladycat of the Year and Wildcat of the Year, were presented.
The Paris High School golf team makes the final turn of its historic season, qualifying for the state golf tournament for the first time in 30 years. Along with the Wildcat golfers, North Lamar junior Jackson Nottingham reached the state competition as an individual competitor for the second…
Paris High School senior Peaches Jackson, front center, signed to play basketball at Ranger Junior College located in Ranger. Seated, from left, are grandmother Carla Jackson, father Stavie Jackson, Peaches, mother Shavondra Harris and stepfather Steven Harris. Standing, from left, are assis…
Paris High School senior Kobe Savage placed third overall in Class 4A competition in the 300 meter hurdles. He competed Saturday at the state track meet at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin and finished with a time of 38.91 seconds.
Determination and grit are in Kobe Savage’s DNA. After barely missing out on the state track meet last year, the Paris High School senior was driven to rebound and punch his ticket to Austin this year.
2019 District 15-4A girls soccer All-District awards
The Paris High School golf team, which outlasted Canton by 1 stroke with a final team score of 652 to claim a spot in the upcoming state tournament on May 20 and 21.
The stage was set for an epic winner-take-all baseball game at The Hill on Friday night between the North Lamar Panthers and the Paris Wildcats. The game was low scoring and intense throughout, but the North Lamar Panthers proved to be the aggressor in the end, taking the victory by a final …
In an essential playoff game with high implications, the North Lamar Panthers came out with energy, confidence and aggression on the mound and at the plate and walked away with a 4-0 win over the Paris Wildcats.
Four Paris Wildcat seniors, Cameron Jones, J.P. Rojas, Jackson Rogers and Kyler Beshirs, each signed with colleges to continue their athletic careers at the next level.
The North Lamar Panthers welcomed crosstown rival Paris to Pos Long Field for a pivotal district game Tuesday. Needing two wins against the Wildcats to reach the postseason for the third time in four years, North Lamar took care of business in game one of the two-game series, pulling away fr…
Paris senior tennis player Sahil Prakash has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
The Paris Lady Wildcats soccer team made history as it became the second soccer team in school history to qualify for the regional tournament.
In Texarkana, the Paris Wildcats baseball team held its own in a 3-0 loss. This time on The Hill, Paris came to play, but ultimately lost in another low-scoring affair. The final score was 5-0 in 7 innings.
Paris High School recently competed in district tennis action as did Prairiland, Chisum and Cooper High School.
The Paris High School boys golf team claimed the district championship on Monday at the Paris Golf & Country Club with a team score of 630 over the course of two days.
The Paris Wildcats entered Texarkana to face off against the undefeated district leaders in the No. 4-ranked Pleasant Grove Hawks. Paris was not able to record the upset win, but the team gave Pleasant Grove all it could handle on its home field in a 3-0 defeat.
The North Lamar Pantherettes met the Paris Lady Wildcats for the second time this season, this time at Chisum High School due to poor field conditions at the Pantherettes’ home field. North Lamar’s sophomore ace Jaycie Hall pitched another gem as she did the last time against Paris. Hall thr…
The Paris Lady Wildcats soccer team responded well coming off a thrilling shootout victory over Mabank in the area round.
The Pittsburg Pirates baseball team jumped out to an early lead against Paris in a win on The Hill on Tuesday night, and repeated that formula for success against Paris in Pittsburg.
The Paris Lady Wildcats are marching on to the third round for the second year in a row after an epic win over Mabank.
The Paris Wildcats baseball team was coming off an impressive 14-4 road win at Liberty-Eylau on Tuesday night, and looked for the chance to sweep the Leopards in the two-game series. However, the Leopards broke open a 1-1 tie with a 5-run fifth inning and held off Paris to secure an 8-4 win …
All four soccer teams in the Red River Valley competed in bi-district playoff games on Friday night. Both Paris High School teams played in their respective games at Grand Saline High School, while both of North Lamar’s soccer teams competed at Sulphur Springs High School.
The Paris and North Lamar boys golf teams competed in a district preview tournament at the Paris Golf & Country Club on Monday, with both teams putting out solid performances.
The Paris Wildcats soccer team completed its sixth-consecutive district championship season with an 11-0 home romp over Pittsburg on Tuesday night.
Runs and hits were hard to come by at Pos Long Field, but the Paris Wildcats found a way to secure a 5-3 win despite a late rally from the North Lamar Panthers. With the win, Paris moved to 2-3 in district play, while the Panthers dropped to 1-3 in district action.
The North Lamar Pantherettes started its game at rival Paris off fast, firing on all cylinders. The Pantherettes built a 3-0 lead after one inning, then continued to add to the lead, even with ace pitcher Saya Swain on the mound for the Lady ‘Cats.
The North Lamar Pantherettes entered rival territory with a game against junior ace pitcher Saya Swain. However, the Lady ’Cats also had to face North Lamar’s ace in sophomore Jaycie Hall, who had an efficient night on the mound and was backed by hot bats en route to a 22-0 win in the first …
The Paris Wildcats soccer team recorded a 4-0 shutout victory over North Lamar — highlighted by a hat trick from senior Jackson Rogers — to clinch the team’s sixth consecutive district title.
The Paris Wildcats remained perfect in district play, but not without some added drama.
Coming off a tough 1-run loss at home to Liberty-Eylau, the Paris Wildcats baseball team knew the importance of getting back in the early district race. With that, Paris displayed arguably its strongest defensive performance and scored two early runs to secure a 2-1 victory over the Pittsbur…
The Paris Wildcats soccer team secured another home win in district play. On Tuesday night, Paris defeated Pleasant Grove by a final score of 4-1.
The Paris Wildcats soccer team continued its dominant march through district play with a 4-0 victory over Chapel Hill on Friday night.
The Paris Wildcats baseball team opened up district play on The Hill against the Liberty-Eylau Leopards. Paris jumped ahead 1-0 after three innings, but the Leopards took the lead back in the following frame and never relinquished it as they held on to beat Paris 5-4.
North Lamar took down the Paris girls team at the annual Crosstown Showdown meet, with junior Macie Pointer leading the way.
The Paris Lady Wildcats hosted the North Lamar Pantherettes on the soccer field in the teams’ second meeting. In the first matchup at North Lamar, Paris escaped with a 1-goal victory. However, North Lamar turned the tide in this game.
When the 2018-19 high school basketball season began, excitement ran through me. I love the game of basketball, and I knew my excitement coming into this season came for good reason.
Chisum High School recently hosted its annual softball tournament, which featured four Red River Valley schools in the host team Lady Mustangs, Paris, Rivercrest and Honey Grove. To the delight of the community, all four teams performed well in the tournament, which expanded from six teams t…