MABANK — Mabank senior soccer player Allie Duke signed her college scholarship with the University of Texas-Permian Basin on Monday. Witnessing the signing was back row left: Kristin Lemoine, head girls soccer coach Matt Lemoine and athletic director Jared Wingfield. Pictured front row left: sister Mikayleigh Duke, mother Jennifer Fulfer, Allie Duke, father Michael Duke and brother Cason Duke. UT-Permian Basin went 3-15 last year and 1-9 in Heartland Conference play.
Duke signs college scholarship with UT-Permian Basin
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Athens forward Ryan Jefferson (with ball) drives in for a basket during the Hornets 80-59 win over the Jacksonville Indians Tuesday night at AHS gymnasium.
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Here is the East Texas Fishing Report for the week of Dec. 9:
ATHENS — Water level is 1.69 feet low and fairly clear. Water temp in the low 50s.
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On a bitter cold day at Bulldawg Stadium, the No. 5-ranked Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals capped off a memorable year with a 72-23 thumping of the Mesa Community College Thunderbirds Saturday.
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C.H.A.M.P.S. HEART OF TEXAS BOWL: Trophy trifecta
The No. 6-ranked Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals wrapped up one of the most memorable season in school history with a 72-23 thumping of the Mesa Community College Thunderbirds in the C.H.A.M.P.S Heart of Texas Bowl at Copperas Cove's Bulldawg Stadium on Saturday.
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