The North Lamar Panthers kicked off the inaugural Clarksville Thanksgiving Invitational with a bang on Friday, using some aggressive defense to pull away from Maud for a dominating 58-31 win.
The Clarksville Blue Tigers made a statement in their first-day game at their Thanksgiving Invitational, soundly beating Liberty-Eylau 65-49 that saw them lead almost wire to wire, save for a few seconds at the very outset of the game.
It was a rough outing for Rivercrest, who suffered stagnation at both ends of the court, falling to the Hooks Hornets 72-49 in their opening game of the Clarksville Thanksgiving Invitational.
With seconds to go in the first half, North Lamar Pantherette Maddie Walters received the ball under her own basket, dribbled around a few Chisum Lady Mustang defenders, and released a desperation heave after taking just a couple steps past the halfcourt line as the buzzer sounded.
Madison Murray has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.Murray had the hot hand for the Dogettes in a weekend win over intra-RRV opponent Chisum in the Saltillo Tournament. She scored a game-high 16 points, draining …
Koron Davis scored 17 points and Da’May Jones added 15 as Paris Junior College defeated Clarendon College 68-62 on Tuesday in the Trinity Valley CC Classic.
Paris Junior College’s Lady Dragons – playing short-handed because of injuries – dropped a 74-62 decision to Redlands College Tuesday night.
Defensively, the Prairiland Patriots played aggressive, suffocating defense. Offensively, they shot the ball exceptionally well. And it all added up to a dominating 42-16 victory over Bonham on Tuesday, despite being down two starters.
The Honey Grove Lady Warriors downed the Bowie Lady Pirates 42-16 on Tuesday, using a balanced offensive attack and stifling defense.
But for one bad weekend, it was a glorious year for the Paris Wildcats and their hometown.
Those of us who hunt and fish and spend time outdoors can be somewhat difficult to shop for. A gift card from one of the big outdoors stores can always be put to good use, but really cool gifts under the Christmas tree is what makes a fisherman or hunter smile.
With just over four minutes left in yesterday’s basketball game between the Cooper Dogettes and North Lamar Pantherettes, Cooper senior Presley Limbaugh slashed her way to the rim, muscled up a shot while drawing the foul, cutting North Lamar’s lead down to just two after nailing the subsequ…
Every so often, a basketball team will have a game where it seems like if they take it, they’ll make it. The Chisum Mustangs had one such game Saturday night against Savoy, utterly dominating the Cardinals in a 118-11 victory.
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.
The Rivercrest Lady Rebels and Detroit Lady Eagles had terrific seasons on the volleyball court this season, and both were well-represented in district honors.
Chisum’s Harmony Marsh recorded a triple double, Peyton Holland added some electric scoring, and the Lady Mustangs downed Rivercrest 61-33 on Monday.
The Paris Wildcats easily handled Dallas Lincoln on Saturday, winning by 19.
Going into their area round game against the second-ranked Stephenville Yellowjackets and their explosive offense, the Paris Wildcats knew they would have to give their best defensive performance of the year to move on.
On Friday night, the Cooper Bulldogs and Tolar Rattlers hooked up in the area round of the playoffs. When both teams walked off the field in Denton, it was Tolar holding the trophy after a 35-24 victory.
For the last four years, Ashley McGuire has been nothing short of sensational for the Paris Ladycats on the soccer field. Now, she’ll have the opportunity to continue playing the sport at the collegiate level, after recently signing with the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff.