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After falling behind the Clarksville Lady Tigers 14-4 when NiNi Owens dropped in a free throw with 2:19 left in the first quarter for Clarksville, the Detroit Lady Eagles managed to regroup in the second half, then moved on to claim a stunning 58-52 district road win in the Clarence L. Nix Jr gym. 

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The Clarksville Blue Tigers captured another district win, improving to 2-0 in league play with an overpowering 64-32 home victory over the neighboring Detroit Eagles. The Eagles, now 0-2 were held to single digit scoring in three of the four periods of play.

The Clarksville Lady Tigers got off to a sluggish start at Linden-Kildare High School on Tuesday evening, as play resumed in district action, following the Christmas break.

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.

Playing with just four athletes — and just one starter — on the floor for the final two minutes in overtime, head coachBroderick Gaffney’s Clarksville Lady Tigers pulled out the most improbable of wins in overtime, downing the James Bowie Lady Pirates 56-55.

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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.

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In their final contest prior to the Christmas holiday break, the Clarksville Blue Tigers didn’t provide a strong performance at Avinger High School on Monday, as a tough battle early turned deadly for the Tigers. Avinger left the court with a decisive 89-63 win, dropping Clarksville to 9-9 f…

The two halves in the Clarksville home game against the Bonham Warriors on Friday were as different as night and day. Clarksville struggled with the Warriors in the initial half and trailed 20-19 at the intermission. But in the second half, Bonham simply had no answer for the spirited Tigers…

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The Clarksville Blue Tigers evened their season record at 8-8 after holding off the Whitewright Tigers 54-48 in a non-district contest played in the Clarence L. Nix Jr. gym in Clarksville on Tuesday night.

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In a surprise contest in the Clarksville gym on Tuesday night, the Paris High junior varsity squad escaped with a thrilling one-point 43-42 win.

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A’Zarrion Presley’s steal and feed to Amarion Black down low for a basket with six seconds left in overtime lifted the Clarksville Blue Tigers to a dramatic 58-57 win over the Redwater Dragons. The victory lifts the improving Tigers to a 5-5 season record.

On the Clarksville Lady Tigers’ first offensive possession against the Prairiland Lady Patriots on Thursday, good ball movement led to a 3-pointer and a 3-2 lead for the Lady Tigers. As it turned out, it would be one of the few baskets they’d make all night against Prairiland, as the Lady Pa…

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Building up a big lead at your opponents’ gymnasium can be a difficult task. But as the North Lamar Panthers found out on Saturday after watching an imposing 16-point lead shrink to just six midway through the fourth quarter, maintaining that lead can be just as hard.

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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.

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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.

New Clarksville varsity basketball coach Stanford Hill Jr.’s hopes of opening his first year at the helm with a win were cut short in the Clarksville Clarence L. Nix Jr. gym on Friday night, as Prairiland dead coach Steven Weddle’s team held off the Blue Tigers in an exciting 57-50 victory.

When it comes to consistency, few basketball teams in Texas have had as much as the Clarksville Tigers over the years. Last year proved to be a bump in the road for the team, however, as inexperience and untimely injuries led to the team missing the playoffs for the first time since the 1980…

In his youth, Clarksville native Broderick Gaffney shone on the basketball court and the football field for the Blue Tigers. Now, he’s returned to athletics at his alma mater, but this time he’s directing things from the sidelines, as the Lady Tigers’ new head coach.

With football ending for the Clarksville Blue Tigers last Friday night, the school — along with others throughout the Red River Valley — is turning its attentions to the nascent 2021-22 basketball season. And this year, the Tigers are kicking off the basketball season in style with the inaug…