The University Interscholastic League has announced modifications to its 2020-21 UIL calendar and updated Covid-19 risk mitigation guidelines, set to take effect Aug. 1.
For 41 years, Clarksville Blue Tigers head basketball coach Willie Coulter has helped shape the lives of young boys and girls throughout Texas. Now, after a successful career that saw him win over 600 total games, he’s decided to retire.
To many, the Clarksville Blue Tigers have a reputation as being a “basketball school.” However, that’s a perception that Jarrick Farmer — the school’s next athletic director and head football coach — is looking to change.
For roughly 30 years, Bruce Williams has covered sports in the Red River Valley, most often for his alma mater Clarksville Tigers. But the end of the Tigers’ basketball season marked the end of an era, as Williams decided that this year would be his last covering local athletics.
Jalen Scott was the leading scorer for the Clarksville Blue Tigers this year. He averaged 16 points per game while shooting a 55% field goal percentage and a sizzling 38% from downtown. His performance has earned him the title of All-Area Offensive Player of the Year.
Clarksville senior guard LaQuesha Clark did a masterful job orchestrating the Clarksville Lady Tigers’ offense this year, averaging 14.9 points per game to go along with 4.1 assists per game, both team highs. Because of her ability to lead the Clarksville offense, she has been selected as the 2020 Red River Valley All-Area Offensive Player of the Year.
MCKINNEY — It was a fierce battle until the final seconds remained on the game clock as the class 2-A No. 1-ranked Martin’s Mill Mustangs battled the 12th-ranked Clarksville Blue Tigers in an area round playoff game at North McKinney High School on Friday night. When the final buzzer sounded…
The Clarksville Lady Tigers' playoff run came to an end Tuesday, as the team fell 55-48 to the Hawkins Lady Hawks.
When postseason play rolls around, traditionally, the Clarksville High School boys basketball teams pick up their level of play a notch. It looked like things hadn’t changed Tuesday night at Pittsburg High School.
The Clarksville Lady Tigers continued their magical march through the post season on Friday night as first year head coach LaTisha Hearne’s team knocked down a very tough Honey Grove Lady Warriors squad by a heart-stopping 54-50 area round playoff margin in action staged in the Chisum High S…
The Clarksville Tigers game has been changed, and Clarksville will now be playing in Pittsburg on Tuesday.
The Clarksville Lady Eagles are bi-district champions, following a dominating win over Beckville on Tuesday.
By Bruce E. Williams
Once again senior, all-state point guard LaQuisha Clark had an outstanding night as she led the way in scoring for the Lady Tigers with 22 points. Clark added five rebounds, four assists and six steals.
McLeod walked away with a thrilling four-point, 60-56 win, assuring the Longhorns of the District 15-2-A championship with two games remaining on the schedule.
DETROIT — First year Clarksville Lady Tigers head coach LaTisha Hearne has guided the team to their second straight District 15-2-A championship after Clarksville rolled past the neighboring Detroit Lady Eagles 52-41 in the Detroit gym on Friday night. The win improves Hearne’s team to a per…
DETROIT — With the Clarksville Blue Tigers home showdown game looming around the corner against first place McLeod on Tuesday night, coach Willie Coulter returned to the Clarksville bench after a brief illness, as his team faced off against the neighboring Detroit Eagles on Friday night. The…
The Blue Tigers stayed on track as they survived a slow start, then went on to hammer Linden-Kildare 92-53 to improve to 7-1 in the league standings. The Tigers are 17-8 overall.
The Clarksville Lady Tigers assured themselves of at least a tie for the District 15-2-A championship, while remaining unbeaten in district play with a decisive 54-33 home win over the Linden-Kildare Lady Tigers.
BOGATA — The Clarksville Lady Tigers rallied from a 10-point deficit in the final quarter to shock host Rivercrest Lady Rebels 50-44 in a District 15-AA battle between neighboring teams Tuesday night in the Rivercrest gym. The victory improves the Lady Tigers league record to a perfect 9-0 w…
BOGATA — The class AA, 12th ranked Clarksville Blue Tigers kept their hopes alive for another district championship by defeating host Rivercrest Rebels 76-58 in a second round league opening game played on the Rebels home floor Tuesday night. With the victory, the Tigers now hold a 6-1 distr…