The Prairiland Patriots football team hosted a three-way scrimmage between visiting teams Maud and Como-Pickton of Class 2A. Overall, the Patriots looked strong on both sides of the ball against some capable athletes from each team.
NORTH HOPKINS — The No. 3-ranked Prairiland Lady Patriots volleyball team was dominant in pool play of the North Hopkins Volleyball Tournament on Thursday.
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…
The Prairiland Lady Patriots enjoyed their taste of victory in last year’s Chisum Volleyball Tournament so much they came back for seconds this year.
After an impressive outing in Monday’s volleyball scrimmage day at North Lamar High School, the Prairiland Lady Patriots volleyball team didn’t miss a beat in its home opener against Pleasant Grove. In a meeting of district champions last year, the Class 3A Lady Patriots got going early and …
North Lamar High School held a volleyball scrimmage day at its high school gymnasium Monday, the last day of preseason action.
The participants of the Prairiland High School softball camp pose for a group photo on the last day of the camp, where campers worked on drills and skills to refine their skills on the softball field with head high school softball coach Brian Morris, back center, and assistant coach Cayla Do…
The participants of the Prairiland High School softball camp pose for a group photo on the last day of the camp, where campers worked on drills and skills to refine their skills on the softball field with head high school softball coach Brian Morris, far left, and assistant coach Cayla Dobso…
2019 District 13-3A softball All-District Honors
Playing a varsity sport may sound intimidating to most freshman. That is not the case for this year’s All-RRV Newcomer of the Year, Caleb Jameson of Prairiland, who wanted to shine and prove his worth in his first year with the team.
Prairiland senior Daylan Whitley, front center, signed to play college baseball at Carl Albert State College in Poteau, Oklahoma. Pictured in front, from left, are Daylan’s stepmother Christin Whitley, father Erik Whitley, Daylan, Daylan’s mother Angela Temple and stepfather Drew Temple. Bac…
The Prairiland Patriot tennis team qualified 7 players for the Region 2, Class 3A Championship tournament held at Tyler Junior College.
Tyler Holt’s pole vaulting journey has been a memorable and defining time for him during his academic career at Prairiland High School. As a senior this year, he finally reached the pinnacle of success in qualifying for state in Class 3A pole vaulting, which has come to fruition after three …
After suffering a narrow defeat to Atlanta in Game 1 of bi-district play, the Prairiland Patriots came into Game 2 with their season on the line. In this game, though, Atlanta showed why it was a district champion with solid play on the mound and at the plate as it defeated Prairiland by a f…
Prairiland senior pole vaulter Tyler Holt has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
ATLANTA — In the first game of their bi-district series against Atlanta, the Prairiland Patriots fell on the Rabbits’ home field in Game 1 by a final score of 5-1.
he Paris Chapter of the Texas High School Basketball Officials Association recognizes players and coaches each year for their outstanding sportsmanship during the season. These coaches and players were selected due to their respect for the game and the behavior they displayed on the court.
QUITMAN — The game was supposed to be played Wednesday, but Mother Nature had different ideas. Due to rain, Prairiland’s bi-district matchup with Hooks was moved to Friday night in Quitman. The Lady Patriots came into the game as the home team, meaning they would get to bat last if needed. T…
Prairiland trailed Chapel Hill 3-0 after 3 innings, but got on track with a 4-run fourth inning to go ahead for good, which proved to be a big momentum swing in the game.
The Prairiland Lady Patriots stole the Chisum Lady Mustangs’ lead in the seventh inning to win Thursday’s matchup 12-6.
The Lady Patriots softball team ended a 2-game skid in a big way on senior night in Pattonville. The Lady Pats got on track with a 10-2 win over Commerce to clinch second place in the district.
The Chisum Mustangs and Prairiland Patriots were locked in another pitchers duel in the teams’ second meeting in the same week, this time at Chisum High School.
Prairiland High School competed in a district track meet in Cooper along with the host school and Chisum High School, but Chisum and Cooper did not report results before press time.
Paris High School recently competed in district tennis action as did Prairiland, Chisum and Cooper High School.
Prairiland junior softball player Audrey Gray has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
The Chisum Lady Mustangs got another step closer to the postseason by coming back to defeat Commerce at home 5-4.
The Prairiland Patriots baseball team welcomed district rival and current district leader Chisum to Pattonville on Tuesday night. After a home run on the third pitch of the game off the bat of senior Daylan Whitley, it seemed as if the bats would be hot on both sides. However, the game turne…
The Prairiland Patriots baseball team extended its win streak to 4 games as it defeated Commerce on the road by a final score of 10-6.
The Prairiland Lady Patriots softball team continued its district success with a 3-0 victory at home over Chapel Hill on Friday.
Prairiland freshman baseball player Caleb Jameson has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
After topping Mt. Vernon in a 5-2 thriller at home, the Prairiland Patriots baseball team took its home field again, this time against the Cooper Bulldogs.
In a clash of district foes featuring two quality softball teams, the Prairiland Lady Patriots bested the Chisum Lady Mustangs at home in a low-scoring, 4-0 victory.
Coming off three losses to start district play, the Prairiland Patriots knew the importance of their home game against Mt. Vernon on Friday night.
The Rivercrest Lady Rebels softball team continued its dominant march through district play, defeating North Hopkins on the road by a final score of 12-4 on Tuesday night.
The Prairiland Lady Patriots softball team welcomed the Cooper Dogettes, who were coming off a 15-1 win over Chapel Hill, to their home field. In this district tilt, the Lady Patriots jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead, got quality game on the mound from junior pitcher Audrey Gray and secured a …
The Prairiland Patriots opened district play against last year’s champion, the Winnsboro Raiders. In a game rescheduled due to weather and poor field conditions, the teams squared off at Chisum High School on Wednesday night, where Winnsboro got out to an early lead and held the Patriots off…
In a game rescheduled a day earlier due to bad weather, the Prairiland Lady Patriots softball team traveled to Winnsboro with the same goal in mind — to win. The Lady Patriots accomplished that in a 4-1 victory over the Lady Raiders behind solid defense and timely hitting.
Prairiland junior softball player Elizabeth Preston has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
North Lamar juniors Macie Pointer (2nd team middle blocker) and Kenley Coston (honorable mention setter) both were selected to the Class 4A All-State team, while Prairiland sophomore Reese Parris was selected to the Class 3A All-State honorable mention team as a middle blocker.
Prairiland High School senior Kayla Spray, center, signed her letter of intent to play softball at Williams Baptist University, which is an NAIA College in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. Pictured front row, from left, are father Cory Spray, Kayla and mother Beth Spray. Pictured back row, from left,…
Above, the Sessums’ 5th-Grade Blossom Girls Little Dribblers basketball team poses with their championship trophies after defeating Detroit in the Little Dribblers title game by a final score of 14-11.
The Paris Wildcats, Clarksville Blue Tigers, North Lamar Panthers, Prairiland Patriots and Rivercrest Rebels took to the court Tuesday night looking to walk away with a bi-district win. The Wildcats and Blue Tigers did just that.
BOGATA — The bi-district basketball game Tuesday night at Rivercrest High School between the Prairiland Patriots and the Hooks Hornets was compelling, gutsy and competitive throughout. However, the Patriots’ slow start in the first quarter came back to haunt them in a 65-62 loss to the Hornets.
SULPHUR SPRINGS — The No. 17-ranked Paris Wildcats basketball team, champions of its district, drubbed the fourth-seeded Gilmer Buckeyes by a final score of 65-46.
CHAPEL HILL — The Prairiland Patriots travelled to Chapel Hill on Friday night for their final regular season game. Having defeated the Red Devils at home last month in their first meeting, the Patriots were looking for their first sweep of the team since they swept them out of the playoffs …
In a district rivalry matchup at Chisum High School, the Chisum Lady Mustangs basketball team earned a season sweep of the Prairiland Lady Patriots in a hard-fought 52-46 victory.
The Prairiland Lady Patriots couldn’t have asked for a better start for a senior night game. Before the visiting Commerce Lady Tigers scored a basket, Prairiland was already up 14–0. Prairiland outscored Commerce 14–2 in the opening quarter on its way to a 53–29 victory.