Week 5 of the high school football season is upon us, and for three of the four Lamar County teams — the Paris Wildcats, the Chisum Mustangs and the Prairiland Patriots — that means district play has officially begun.
For the vast majority of Friday night’s game between Honey Grove and Callisburg, the Warriors held the lead. However, they didn’t have the lead at the most important point — the end.
Honey Grove Warrior Andrew Campbell has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
The Honey Grove Warriors lived up to their team’s namesake on Friday, battling valiantly against the Chisum Mustangs to secure a hard-fought, come-from-behind win in overtime, 36-28.
The young Honey Grove Warriors started the season with a bang last week with a 13-point victory. This week, however, they faltered a bit, falling to the Whitewright Tigers 36-14.
The 2020 Red River Valley Playbook featuring all local football players is out today!
The Honey Grove Warriors beat the heat and started their 2020 football season with a bang, downing the Teneha Tigers in convincing fashion, 42-29 on Friday.
After a trying offseason that included delayed practices, stringent health and safety guidelines and more, the day is finally here — it’s time for football in the Red River Valley.
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.
Over the last 24 years, Homer Garner has enjoyed a successful basketball coaching career that has taken him throughout the Red River Valley. Now, he’s returned to his hometown and alma mater of Honey Grove to help turn the Warriors basketball program around.
By Tommy Culkin
Over the last four years, Honey Grove Warrior Kenzi Phipps established herself as one of the top track and field athletes in the Red River Valley. She will now continue her athletic career at Texas A&M Commerce.
North Lamar graduate Carley Price has seen great success on the softball diamond as a player and as a coach, and now she is the new head coach of the Honey Grove Lady Warriors.
The Honey Grove Warriors displayed dominance over the Avery Bulldogs in a pair of double-header games on Thursday, winning the first 10-0 and the second 14-4.
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…
Honey Grove's scoring was led by Demetria Pruitt with 17 points, followed by Azia Brigham with 14 and Allie Towery with 11.
This year’s All-RRV Co-MVP, Trel Pruitt of Honey Grove, knew his name would be called upon to lift the Warriors to prominence. The other half of the All-RRV Co-MVP duo is Rivercrest’s senior quarterback Devon Womack.
The Warriors continued to improve in recent years, but this year’s All-RRV Coach of the Year Glen Schuelke took the program to the next level.
2019 District 6-2A All-District Team : Paris Wildcats
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.
The North Lamar Panthers basketball team scored just three points in the first quarter and 10 by halftime, trailing visiting Rains 24-10 at the break.