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.
It took some time for the Lady Wildcats to get a ball into the back of the net Tuesday night at Wildcat Stadium even though the ladies spent most of the half in Pittsburg territory.
The Paris Ladycats’ season came to an end this week when they fell to the Gilmer Lady Buckeyes 49-37 in Sulphur Springs.
For more than an hour and a half, the Paris Wildcats and Pittsburg Pirates were at a stalemate. But ultimately, it was the Wildcats who left with a victory on Tuesday.
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.
Paris High School powerlifters raised enough iron to claim the top spots in the Paris Wildcat Invitational Powerlifting Meet on Thursday.
The Paris Wildcats made light work in defeating the Pleasant Grove Hawks 5-0 Friday night in a home soccer match.
TEXARKANA — The Paris Ladycats took their first district loss on the road Friday against the Pleasant Grove Lady Hawks.
Despite muddy conditions, the Paris High Ladycats got all the footing they needed to shut out the Pittsburg Lady Pirates 5-0 on Tuesday in Pittsburg.
The Wildcats beat the Red Devils in a shutout game, 7-0, with Miguel Rivera scoring 5 of the 7 goals.
The Paris Wildcats increased their district record to 7-0 Tuesday night with a 68-59 road victory over the Pleasant Grove Hawks in Texarkana.
Friday night began with the Paris Wildcats honoring six seniors in the last home game of their high school career. It ended with them guaranteed to at least share the district title with a dominant 82-50 win over Pittsburg.
It was a close game from the opening tipoff to the final buzzer on Friday night, but ultimately it was the Paris Ladycats who came out with a hard-fought win, defeating the Pittsburg Lady Pirates by a single point, 49-48.
High schools from across the region descended on Paris High School’s campus this week for the third annual Paris Wildcat Tennis Tournament.
It didn’t take the Paris Wildcats very long to build up a sizable lead against the rival North Lamar Panthers on Saturday. And once they secured their lead, they never let it go en route to a dominating 61-28 victory.
When the Paris Ladycats and North Lamar Pantherettes met earlier this year, North Lamar won in dramatic fashion. On Friday, the Ladycats got their revenge.
Wildcats senior Jameon Michell has been selected in a public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
The Paris Wildcats soccer team defeated the Ferris Yellowjackets on Monday by a score of 2-0.
The Paris Ladycats fell behind early to the Pleasant Grove Lady Hawks and were never able to fully recover, ultimately falling 81-37.
At the start of the basketball season, most people might have picked the Pleasant Grove Hawks to ultimately be crowned the 15-4A district champions. The Paris Wildcats never got that memo.