On Tuesday night, the Malakoff Tigers traveled to Rice for some district action. Though the Tigers were able to pull off the successful rally for the 68-67 road win, the entire night was highlighted by a postgame brawl that broke out among players and fans after the Tigers’ game winning bask…
On Wednesday, the Eustace High School cheerleaders traveled to the Fort Worth Convention Center, where they will compete in the UIL Spirit State Championship on Thursday. The team hosted a Cheer Showoff on Saturday. The roster includes two seniors, both of which are four-year lettermen: All-…
It was Banner Day this week at TVCC as two current and one former Cardinal had their jersey numbers hung at Cardinal Gym to honor their All-American status. Representing women’s basketball is sophomore Curtessia Dean, for men’s basketball is Tyson Jolly, now at SMU, and for volleyball, sopho…
The Athens Hornets’ cross country teams competed in the Warrior Bowl Invitational in Bullard this past Saturday and produced five medal winners. Both the boys and girls teams finished as runners up. The girls’ medalists include sophomore Kelly Lopez in sixth and junior Alexis Robles in eight…
#cnn #news In a landmark decision, an Oklahoma judge on Monday ordered pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million for its role in the state's opioid crisis.
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