The Detroit Lady Eagles picked up a big win on the softball diamond Wednesday, downing the rival Rivercrest Lady Rebels 4-3 in a tightly contested battle.
For years, Joel Hinson has dominated on the football field as a Detroit Eagle. Now, he’s ready to put his skills to the test at the next level. Last week, Hinson officially signed to play collegiate football as a Warrior at Sterling College, in Kansas.
The Detroit Lady Eagles’ season came to a close Tuesday, as the team was downed 67-28 by Harleton.
Detroit Lady Eagle Abi Shelby sunk 21 points on the way to a 55-38 home victory over visiting Linden-Kildare on Tuesday.
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 Detroit Eagles used stifling defense and efficient scoring to beat James Bowie 69-46 on Friday.
From the opening tip-off, the Lady Eagles were thoroughly in control against the Bowie Lady Patriots on Friday night, winning 45-11.
Detroit's Tanner Gibson received an apparent neck injury when he was stepped on with 1:19 left in the first half, and with Clarksville leading 40-20. The Detroit athlete was down on the court for quite some time before medical personnel carried him away by ambulance.
For the Clarksville Lady Tigers their District 15-AA 50-42 win over the Detroit Lady Eagles on Tuesday night didn't come easy.
Detroit senior running back Joel Hinson amassed 2,812 rushing yards and found the end zone more than 30 times on his way to earning top offensive player honors, which was even more beneficial to his team and its success.
The Paris Wildcats got a tough test from Class 5A North Forney during their opening game of pool play in their home holiday tournament.
In the 2019 season, during which Clarksville and Detroit squads reached post season play, both teams either own or share four superlative honors.
DETROIT — On Tuesday night in Detroit, the Eagles and Warriors split a pair of games. The Honey Grove Lady Warriors won their matchup 41-29 while the Detroit boys took the nightcap 58-36.
BOGATA — The Rivercrest Rebels upended Mt. Vernon for the second time in their home tournament, this time for the championship title by a final score of 41-26.
BOGATA — The Rivercrest Rebels basketball team continued its strong play in its home tournament with a 74-47 win over Como-Pickton in bracket play.
The Rivercrest Rebels basketball team impressed in their home tournament. The Rebels played in front of a big home crowd, and took down the Class 3A Mt. Vernon Tigers in dominant 65-45 wire-to-wire victory.
PATTONVILLE — The first day of pool play in the Prairiland Basketball Tournament featured a wide variety of games.
The No. 17-ranked Paris Wildcats basketball team fell on the road in a close contest to Class 5A, No. 5-ranked Sulphur Springs by a final score of 67-61.
All-District 17-2A Volleyball Awards 2019
On Tuesday night, former Detroit High School basketball standout performer Da’on Savage returned to the campus where he produced some outstanding performances and memories as a player, to make his basketball coaching debut. Neither Savage, his team nor the crowd left the gym disappointed as …