Tatiana Washington, a senior at Paris High School, has accepted an athletic scholarship to attend Coffeyville Community College in the fall for track and field. Upon accepting this scholarship, Washington expressed her thankfulness for all of the help and guidance she received over the last …
Trevon Dennis did it all for the Paris Wildcats this season, averaging 14.4 points per game, 7.3 rebounds per game, 2.9 assists per game and two blocks per game. Because of his dominant play on both sides of the ball, coupled with his strong leadership, he has been selected as the RRV All-Area MVP.
Trae Johnson was instrumental in leading the dominant Paris defense this season, and he’s been selected as the Red River Valley All-Area Defensive Player of the Year.
The Paris Wildcats baseball team lost a high-scoring game Thursday against the White Oak Roughnecks, falling behind early and ultimately falling 10-6 in five innings.
Bolstered by a dominant second half, the Paris Ladycats downed the Pleasant Grove Lady Hawks 3-1 on Tuesday.
The Paris Wildcats’ run through the playoffs ended Saturday in the regional finals, as the team fell to the Faith Family Academy Eagles 56-45.
From the opening tip-off, the Paris Wildcats’ game against the Carter Cowboys was a battle. Neither team was willing to back down, and whenever one team would begin to pull ahead, the other team always had an answer. Ultimately, though, it was Paris that got the final push in the closing min…
It was a back-and-forth affair, but the Prairiland Patriots baseball team downed the Paris Wildcats on Thursday, thanks in part to a big Patriots third inning.
Down 17 points with under three minutes left in the third quarter, the Paris Wildcats completed a wild comeback Tuesday night, taking a 14-point lead for a 31 point swing, ultimately winning by 10 to send them to the regional semifinals of the playoffs.
The Paris Ladycats soccer team avenged a 4-2 loss to the crosstown rival North Lamar Tuesday, winning 3-1.
The Paris Wildcats baseball team dominated in all facets of the game Monday night, en route to a 13-0, one-ht win against the Commerce Tigers.
It took the Paris Wildcats a bit of time to find their footing on Friday night against the Van Vandals. Once they found it, however, they never looked back en route to a 64-52 victory that moves the team into the regional quarterfinals of the playoffs.
The Paris Ladycats lost a close game against Pleasant Grove on Thursday.
SULPHUR SPRINGS — They say that the best offense is a good defense, and that adage was true for the Paris Wildcats on Tuesday, as the team was able to find great success converting defensive pressure into easy points of their own en route to a dominating 67-40 win over Cumberland Academy.
It didn’t take long for the Paris Wildcats to pounce out to a big lead in their preseason baseball game against the Chisum Mustangs on Monday thanks to strong pitching, a disciplined offense, and key Mustang mistakes they were able to capitalize on. And once they secured the lead, they never…
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.