Roxton senior track athlete Frank Record reached the state meet in the 400 meter dash for the second year in a row. However, there was more drama in finding out his fate this year than last year.

Frank Record, center, succeeded in his first track meet at the Cooper High School track meet last week. He earned a 2nd place medal in triple jump, a 2nd place medal in the 100 meter dash and a 3rd place medal in the 200 meter dash.

Roxton senior basketball player Tamaze Dangerfield has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.

ROXTON — In the school’s final homecoming until consolidation with Chisum, the Roxton Lions basketball team gave its home crowd an entertaining performance through great defense and transition offense in a 73-27 win at home over the Fruitvale Bobcats.

NORTH HOPKINS — The No. 12-ranked Prairiland Patriots basketball team got off to a good start in the North Hopkins Tournament despite a tough start to its opening game. The Patriots (8-1) led Campbell by just eight points in the first half at 24-16, but turned up the intensity on both sides …

Roxton junior Frank Record qualified for state in the 400 meter run as he placed first in regionals with a time of 52.56 seconds. Crossing the finish line was a thrill, but realizing what’s next was also nerve-racking.

After winning their bi-district game against Union Hill, 52-41, the Roxton Lions basketball team entered a tough Area-round matchup against the Slidell Greyhounds. Unfortunately, Roxton’s run came to a screeching halt on Thursday night in a 63-23 defeat at Bells High School.

The Roxton Lions basketball team won their first playoff game since the 2015-16 season as they defeated Union Hill in the bi-district round, 52-41 at Prairiland High School.

The Roxton Lions basketball team fell in their homecoming game against Miller Grove by a final score of 61-47.

The regular season for Red River Valley volleyball teams comes to a close today. Some teams know their fate, while others still have plenty to play for.

District action rolls on with a slate of Red River Valley volleyball games all on Friday at

The Red River Valley features all eight volleyball teams in the area in district action today. Highlighting today’s action is a rivalry matchup between the Prairiland Lady Patriots and the Chisum Lady Mustangs.

The Red River Valley volleyball teams continue their march through district competition Friday with key match ups across the board.

Coming off a big win at Pleasant Grove, the Paris Lady Wildcats volleyball team returns home for more district competition. The Lady ’Cats (19-11, 2-0) are currently riding a five-game win streak and welcome Atlanta on Friday at 4:30 p.m.

Week five of Red River Valley volleyball is upon us, and today will feature several intriguing match ups.

The Paris Lady Wildcats volleyball team heads to Wills Point after a week off from match play. The Lady ’Cats (14-10) look to capitalize on Friday at 4:30 p.m.

Red River Valley high school volleyball presses onward with several teams in action today. The North Lamar Pantherettes, will play at Community today at 4:30 p.m. coming off a solid performance in the White Oak tournament.

Coming off a third-place finish in the Edgewood tournament, the Paris High School volleyball team returns to play at home, a place where the team has struggled thus far. Paris dropped both of its home matches this season to Prairiland and Leonard in straight-sets and five sets, respectively.

All eight Red River Valley volleyball schools will see their teams in action today at various times from 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.

Several teams competed in the North Hopkins volleyball tournament Thursday, with Day Two resuming Saturday. The Prairiland Lady Patriots (11-2) finished Day One unscathed as they defeated Sulphur Bluff, Tom Bean and Detroit’s junior varsity team each in straight sets.

Starting today, Red River Valley schools will resume action in volleyball highlighted by the North Hopkins tournament happening today and Saturday with times TBA.

The Red River Valley enters its second week of the volleyball regular season as the teams start to shake off rust and get in a groove.

Beginning on Monday, The Boy’s and Girl’s Club of the Red River Valley will offer sign ups for the 7-on-7 Football League. The sign up fee is $20, with sign ups being open Monday through Friday during operation hours of the Boys and Girls Club facility. The facility is at 1530 1st St NE, Par…

A former student of Roxton High School, Kolton White has qualified for the College National Finals Rodeo being held in Casper, Wyoming from June 11-17. White, a student of Southeastern Oklahoma State University who is from Sumner, Texas, will compete in the Rodeo for the second consecutive y…

Today should be full of great high school baseball and softball match ups in the Red River Valley, but because of the weather some fans waiting on marquee match ups might have to wait a little bit longer. Here is a look ahead at today’s potential action.

These are the five candidates for the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week award, which is based on performance from the past week. Voting is now closed. The winner will be announced in Thursday’s paper.

The No. 21 Prairiland softball team solidified its first-place lead, two games ahead of Mount Vernon, with a 6-2 win on Friday in Mount Vernon.

The Paris Wildcats (14-7, 2-2) look to get a leg up on their district opponents with a win over Pittsburg (15-7, 0-4) at PJC’s Hub Hollis Field at 7:30 p.m. The Pirates started of the season strong at 15-3 while Paris started 12-5, but both of these formerly ranked teams have struggled to fi…

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