Shamyia Holt has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
There wasn’t much drama as the Paris Ladycats downed Pittsburg in three sets, winning 25-10, 25-19, 25-16.
It took the Paris Wildcats’ offense a bit of time to kick into gear Friday night against the Terrell Tigers, but the defense was firing on all cylinders from the outset, and Paris won 28-7 in a crucial district matchup.
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.
Staving off match point to stay alive is something that requires poise and mental fortitude. Doing it four times before coming back to claim a winner-take-all set for yourself requires those qualities in Herculean amounts. And on Friday, that’s precisely what the Paris Ladycats volleyball te…
Mason Napier was sensational over the weekend, the rest of the Paris High golf team shined as well and the Wildcats finished second overall in a stacked Mt. Pleasant Tournament.
Lyric Tredwell has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
Each week, Maxpreps, in partnership with the American Volleyball Coaches Assosciation, names a player of the week for each state. This past week, that distinction went to Paris Ladycat Macey McAmis.
From a very young age, cousins Kobe and Ashton Savage could be seen with one another, usually with a pigskin in the hands of one or both. The pair practically lived and breathed football, so it was no surprise that the duo went on to play together and make names for themselves as Paris High …
When the senior captains for the Paris Wildcats and Ranchview Wolves met at midfield at the start of Friday’s game, it was the players from Carrollton who won the toss and decided what to do with the ball to start the game. It was perhaps the only time something didn’t go right for Paris in …
We all got a little bit overconfident our friend would live on. Sunday, Oct. 3, Paris High School graduate of 1938 Eddie Robinson was at his pecan orchard in Bastrop, showing the younger set around his beloved farm. Of course, at nearly 101 everyone was younger to Eddie. In fact, until his d…
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.
After not holding a lead through the first three quarters and change of Friday’s game against Anna, it looked like the Paris Wildcats might escape with a win when they took a late one-point lead against the Coyotes. It wasn’t to be, however, as Anna responded right back with scores of their …
Chandler Sikes — a former Paris Wildcat who last week tragically lost his life — inspired many in life. and now through an endowment set up by the Paris Education Foundation in his memory, he will continue to have an impact.
The Paris Ladycats volleyball team continued their hot start to district play on Friday, easily dispatching the Liberty-Eylau Lady Leopards in straight sets, 25-13, 25-7, 25-17.