It wasn’t a playoff game, but you couldn’t tell that on Tuesday night. As North Lamar and Pleasant Grove battled each other on the volleyball court, the crowd in the stands treated every point as if it was the last of the season. The Hawks came in to North Lamar undefeated through seven game…
If there’s softball happening anywhere in the Red River Valley, it’s a safe bet that Sloane Hill is involved in it in some way, shape or form. And after finishing off her senior season for the North Lamar Pantherettes, she’ll be taking that passion and love for the sport to Austin, where she…
Athletes throughout the Red River Valley took part in their respective districts’ cross country meet, and several runner from the various area schools shone, earning spots at the upcoming regional tournament later in the month.
row the North Lamar Panthers struggled to move the ball against a physical defense. This time it was Pleasant Grove walking away with the victory as they won 60-0 at R.L. Maddox Stadium Friday night.
A couple weeks removed from North Lamar traveling to Gilmer and beating the Lady Buckeyes in four sets, the rematch happened Friday afternoon at North Lamar’s place. The game did not start off good for the Pantherettes as they lost the match in four sets (14-25, 25-16, 21-25, 16-25).
Jackson Brasseux might have just been a sophomore last year, but his play on the baseball diamond for the North Lamar Panthers was stellar enough this year to turn the heads of his peers and college scouts alike. Now, he’ll continue his athletic career past high school after committing to Ri…
Coming off a loss to the rival Paris Wildcats earlier in the week, the North Lamar Pantherettes were looking to rebound and make a statement on Friday when they took to the volleyball court against the Pittsburg Lady Pirates. And that’s exactly what they did, winning in straight sets, 25-10,…
Two weeks after their best game of the season, the North Lamar Panthers opened district play in Texarkana against the Liberty Eylau Leopards. Any momentum that may have been gained in their win over Wills Point was halted by the stingy defense of the Leopards as they defeated the Panthers 56-0.
Playing in front a packed house on Tuesday night, North Lamar and Paris High did not disappoint the fans. After the Pantherettes jumped out to win the first two sets, the Ladycats came back and won the last three to take the game in five heart-stopping sets, 20-25, 21-25, 25-20, 25-19, 15-5.
The Paris Wildcats and North Lamar Panthers each shined this past week in Mt. Pleasant at a stacked cross country meet.
The Paris Wildcats and North Lamar Panthers got their golf seasons started off on the right foot this week, with both doing well at the annual Paris High Sonic Drive-In Invitational.
Dawson Dority has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
It was a back-and-forth affair, but the North Lamar Pantherettes were ultimately able to down the Gilmer Lady Buckeyes in five dramatic sets on Tuesday, starting district play with a 2-0 record by winning 25-19, 18-25, 25-20, 18-25, 15-11.
The last time the North Lamar Panthers won a football game was on homecoming in 2019 against Sanger. It’s been nearly two years since they’ve tasted a victory. That all changed on Friday night, as the Panthers dominated Wills Point for a 32-9 victory.
When the North Lamar Pantherettes took the volleyball court on Friday, you couldn’t tell that they hadn’t played a volleyball game in roughly two weeks. North Lamar opened up district play on Friday night with a dominating three-set win over Liberty-Eylau, 25-11, 25-11, 25-12.