Heading into Friday night’s game at Kaufman, the Paris Wildcats knew they had to make a statement. Kaufman, at 3-0, hadn’t lost a game in district play. Paris, though saddled with two losses, had not lost a game it actually played in, as Covid-19 sidelined them for a pair of games.
When the two rivals first met this season, it was the North Lamar Pantherettes volleyball team who came away with the victory, winning in three sets over the Paris Ladycats. Heading into Tuesday’s rematch, the Ladycats had revenge on the mind. And they got just that, in the form of a five-se…
These are the five candidates for the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week award, which is based on performance from the past week. Voting is open on theparisnews.com and will remain open until 5 p.m. on Wednesday.
To say the Paris Junior High Wildcats have developed a reputation for success would be an understatement; last week, the team clinched its district’s crown for the third time in as many years.
The Paris Ladycats volleyball team fired on all cylinders Friday, as they convincingly downed Liberty-Eylau in a dominant straight-sets performance, winning 25-8, 25-19, 25-12.
Entering Friday’s game against the Terrell Tigers, it had been more than a month since the Paris Wildcats last played in front of their fans at home, a Sept. 11 loss to Pleasant Grove. They made a statement in their first game back at home since Week 3, though, easily throttling the Tigers 32-10.
After the Paris Ladycats’ loss to Pleasant Grove on Oct. 6, Pleasant Grove game, Paris volleyball coach Ashley Green talked about how her team would play great for a set or two, but not consistently through the whole game. She decided to change some things in practice, and it paid off agains…
District play is now in full swing for Red River Valley football teams, and across the region, local teams are preparing themselves for their Week 8 opponents.
The Paris Wildcats golf team traveled to Mt. Pleasant for a tournament earlier this week, and they returned home with a slew of trophies after putting on a simply dominant performance.
The Paris Wildcats took the field Friday night against an opponent for the first time since late September, following a prolonged quarantine after members of the varsity and junior varsity teams tested positive for Covid-19.
The Pleasant Grove Lady Hawks opened up their game against Paris High with five straight serves in route to a 4–1 early lead. The lead was eventually stretched out to six at 10–4. Paris kept battling and kept battling and eventually won the set 25–20. Unfortunately for the Lady Cats, it was …
The Paris Wildcats traveled to Mount Pleasant for a cross country meet this weekend and came back with second place finishes for both the boys and girls teams for their efforts.
Stakes were high heading into Friday evening’s rivalry showdown between the Paris Ladycats and North Lamar Pantherettes volleyball teams. Paris, sitting at 2-1 in district play, was looking to remain neck-and-neck with district leader Gilmer. And North Lamar, at 1-2, was looking to avoid fal…
The Paris Ladycats volleyball team pounced onto an early lead against the Liberty-Eylau Lady Leopards on Tuesday and didn’t relent, as they easily ran away with a straight-set victory, winning 25-10, 25-7, 25-11.
Adam Hartman has been selected in an online public poll as the Paris Regional Medical Center Red River Valley Athlete of the Week.
The Paris Wildcat boys golf team took home the first place trophy at the PHS Sonic Drive-In Invitational this week against several other teams from across the region.
An online petition aimed at bringing back Paris High School football ahead of the district’s Covid-19 quarantine protocol has been gaining traction of late, after two players on the varsity football team and two on the JV team tested positive for the virus.
The Paris Wildcats and North Lamar Panthers shined last week as runners from across Northeast Texas competed in the 2020 North Lamar Cross Country Invitational. Paris came away on top in both the varsity boys and girls flights, but the Panthers were not far behind, finishing third in the boy…
Looking to shake off the five-set heartbreaking loss from earlier in the week, the Paris Ladycats volleyball team responded in a big way Friday, easily dismantling the Pittsburg Lady Pirates in dominating fashion, 25-14, 25-7, 25-9.
The Paris Wildcats are seeing firsthand the effects coronavirus can have on a season, as the football team was forced to cancel its Friday night game against the Melissa Cardinals and its Oct. 2 game against the Anna Coyotes.
The Paris Ladycats volleyball team started strong against the Gilmer Lady Buckeyes in Tuesday’s district-opening match, but they were unable to sustain their momentum for a win, ultimately falling in five sets, 25-13, 25-17, 20-25, 21-25, 12-15.