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Fans of the Peaster Greyhounds might be cheering a McElroy at quarterback for the foreseeable future. Gunner McElroy is the varsity starter, a sophomore playing his first year at the 3A school. His younger brother, Gannon, is a quarterback at middle school and will be a sophomore in waiting when Gunner graduates in 2023.

Here are the results from Friday and Saturday's volleyball games. Teams continue action Tuesday.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has forced the Jacksonville Independent School District to limit seating at the Historic Tomato Bowl to 35% of the posted stadium capacity this fall.

Palo Pinto County residents will have the opportunity to witness the embryonic stage of what might develop into a decades-long volleyball dynasty. Erin Rincon is only 24, but the new head coach of the Mineral Wells High School volleyball team doubts she will leave her post.

The Malakoff Tigers went to Wylie Stadium on a rainy and windy Black Friday to face the unbeaten Pottsboro Cardinals in the regional semifinals. The game was delayed for two hours due to lightning and storm activity in the area.

The Trinidad Trojans went to Penelope on Friday for a bi-district matchup against the Calvert Trojans in a rematch of last year's bi-district game, which Calvert won, 48-14.

JACKSONVILLE — The Athens Hornets opened their second straight playoff appearance on Friday in Jacksonville, taking on the six-time state champion and 4A powerhouse Carthage Bulldogs in the bi-district round.

After winning their first two district games, the Trinidad Trojans traveled to rival Oakwood for a showdown to determine the district champion.

The Cross Roads Bobcats closed their season with a game Friday at the Cayuga Wildcats.

The Eustace Bulldogs hosted the Madison Trojans for a district contest as the Bulldogs sought a playoff spot.

For what was Henderson County's most exciting game on the last day of the regular season, the Mabank Panthers, looking to clinch a playoff spot, traveled to Midlothian's Don Floyd Stadium to face off with the Heritage Jaguars.

The Eustace Bulldogs and Malakoff Tigers got together in Malakoff on Friday for a district contest.

The Kemp Yellowjackets traveled to Dallas A+ on Friday and took on the Knights.

The Athens Hornets and Mabank Panthers squared off at Panther Stadium on Friday evening for a district showdown as both were seeking their second district win.

The Brownsboro Bears were down to their last shot at a chance for the playoffs. The Bullard Panthers needed one win in their last two games to be in the playoffs. The Bears Jorge Vicente’ kicked a 28 yard field goal as time expired for a 35-34 victory. Bears coach Greg Pearson said,”Oh my go…

The Malakoff Tigers hosted the Dallas Madison Trojans on Friday in a battle of 2-0 district teams for sole possession of first place.

The Eustace Bulldogs snapped their six game skid on Friday as they hosted Dallas A+ Academy and routed the Knights, 44-6, as they got back to flexing their offensive muscles.

The Cross Roads Bobcats went to Jewett on Friday to visit the Jewett Leon Cougars.

On a wet, windy, and chilly Friday night, the Brownsboro Bears traveled to meet the Rusk Eagles. The Eagles ran their district record to 2-0, with a 44-35 victory.

The Trinidad Trojans were home on Saturday night for their annual homecoming festivities and they welcomed the Eagles of St. Joseph Catholic from Bryan to wrap up the non-district schedule.

The Cross Roads Bobcats were back home on Friday after starting district play at Kerens as they hosted the Centerville Tigers.

The Eustace Bulldogs traveled to Dallas on Friday and faced the Life Oak Cliff Lions in a district matchup.

After a heartbreaking loss in overtime at Crandall last week, the Mabank Panthers welcomed Quinlan Ford to town for their first home district game.

Friday nights and Texas high school football. It don’t get any better than that. Wills Point visited the Bears and defeated Brownsboro 49-21.

The Malakoff Tigers played their first road district game in Dallas on Thursday against the A+ Academy Knights.

Fresh off their win over Eustace to start district, the Kemp Yellowjackets went to Dallas Madison on Thursday to face the Trojans.

The Malakoff Tigers opened their district slate with a bang as they hosted the Life Oak Cliff Lions on Friday and they took care of business against the Lions, 70-7.

The Cross Roads Bobcats kicked off their district schedule on Friday night at the Kerens.

The Eustace Bulldogs hosted the Kemp Yellowjackets on a cool Friday night for both teams' district opener. Both teams came off their bye weeks and were searching their second wins of the season as Eustace looked to snap their four game skid and Kemp hoped to bounce back from the loss to Dall…

On the first game with real football weather, the Brownsboro Bears traveled to Canton for both teams' first district game. The Eagles beat the Bears 35-27.

Fresh off their bye week, the Athens Hornets traveled to Waxahachie on Friday to face off against the Life Mustangs in a battle of 4-1 teams in their district opener.

The Cross Roads Bobcats welcomed the Wortham Bulldogs to town on Friday.

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