The HSA Fall 2020 Championship team the Henderson Soccer Association’s Arsenal U10;U12 pose for a quick photo opportunity after celebrating their victory. Their Coach Esgar Luna is standing at the very right of the team decorated in gold.
The Overton Lady Mustangs started their ladies' basketball season last week on a rough note. Their first opponent of the season was the Martinsville Pirates in a non-district home game last Tuesday night, where the Mustangs regrettably lost 25-33.
The Henderson Lady Lions Basketball team won their game last Friday against the mighty Pittsburg Pirates (1-0), bumping up the Lady Lions’ overall to 1-1 before the weekend. The ending score for the night was 66-50, with the Lions taking a sixteen point lead.
The Leverett’s Lions have had an amazing season this year, with an almost perfect record that landed them a spot in the playoffs, where they, unfortunately, met a formidable foe. The Leverett’s Lions were 6-2 for their overall record, with a 2-1 district record, placing them in second for th…
The regular season has ended and the playoffs have officially begun for the West Rusk Raiders. With their last game of the district season being a complete and total victory for the team, the Raiders went into their first playoff game with high hopes and determination.
Though Cross Country Season has ended for the Henderson Lions, there has been an update on their team for their final results from the district meet. The last news from the team includes individual reports and a female runner who was able to make it to the Regional Meet for Henderson.
Mount Enterprise Sophomore Delisha (Dede) Davis qualified for the State Meet in Girls 2A Cross Country. She finished 10th with a time of 14:03.7 minutes on Tuesday, in Huntsville at the Regional Meet. She will run at the UIL State Meet at 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, November 24 at Old Settlers Par…
With the end of the regular season coming to a close, the Henderson Lions football team has come to terms with their recent loss which resulted in their elimination from the playoffs this season. The Lions have had a rough season this year, with COVID bringing about disaster in the form of c…
TATUM - Coming in as a big underdog, going out as a winner.
The Henderson Boys Basketball team has their first game of the season this weekend. On Saturday afternoon, the Lions faced off against the Whitehouse Wildcats in a non-district home game.
The Henderson Ladies Basketball team has officially kicked off their season with their first game against the Hudson Hornets in a non-district home game last Tuesday night. Unfortunately, the Hornets came in looking for a win coming off a previous loss that had bruised their pride.
Henderson called on host Chapel Hill Friday for a season-ending shot at a playoff berth in 4A-1 Region III District 9. The Lions tied the Bulldogs at 7, 21 and 28 but the latter team gained the upper hand in the closing minutes of the game and Henderson lost 42-28.
PRICE - Dominant in every phase of the game, the Carlisle Indians took no prisoners Friday night in a 42-12 decision over Linden Kildare at Arrowhead Stadium in both teams' regular-season
Friday night the Tatum Eagles slammed the Sabine Cardinals 73-17. It was a very physical game. Tatum led 21-7 after one, 38-14 at band time, and 59-17 after three.
By the beginning of the third quarter in the West Rusk Raiders versus the Quitman Bulldogs game, it was already clear who the victor of the night was going to be, with a solid lead of 42-0 the Raiders were dominating the opposing team.
In a district clash, the Tatum Eagles (6-1,4-1) defeated the White Oak Roughnecks (4-2,3-2) 21-7. It was 0-0 after one and 0-0 at the half. It was tied at seven late in the third, but the Eagles scored two unanswered in the fourth for the win.
The Tatum Lady Eagles (now 24-4) swept the Mineola Lady Jackets in three sets Nov. 2 in the area round of the playoffs in White House, as Abby Sorenson powered the team with 40 assists.
GLADEWATER - Carlos DeLeon is finally healthy.
It’s sudden death for the Henderson Lions, win or go home.
An end zone-to-end zone dash by Daylon Garrett and a game-ending interception in the hands of Tre Simpson assured a 27-20 victory for Henderson High over visiting District rival Mabank Friday. The Lions earned their second 4A-1 Region III District 9 win and kept alive their chances for a pla…
The Henderson Lady Lions volleyball girls played this past Tuesday against the Kilgore Lady Bulldogs in a district home game, where the Lady Lions regrettably lost, 1-3. The Kilgore Lady Bulldogs were a really tough opponent for the Lady Lions that night.
The Henderson Lions had quite a game this past Friday night when they went up against the Athens Hornets. The game was a landslide for the Henderson Lions, with the winning score for the night being 29-0.
The Leverett’s Chapel Lions have finally achieved a well-deserved victory, the first of the season for these ladies. The Lions had a district match against the Union Hill Bulldogs last Tuesday night. The overall result of the win for the Lady Lions was a hard-fought 3-2.
The Overton Lady Mustang varsity volleyball team played last Tuesday night against the Union Grove Lions in a district home game. The lady Mustangs regrettably lost the match that night, 1-3.
Overton had their homecoming game last Friday, where they faced off against the Colmesneil Bulldogs in a fierce battle of dominance. Unfortunately, despite preparation and determination on the Mustangs part, the Bulldogs managed to corral them into a pin that night. The Bulldogs won the game…
BECKVILLE – It took Beckville only three plays to go 75 yards after receiving the opening kickoff and it was an omen of things to come as the Bearcats went on to down Carlisle 34-14 here Friday night in both teams’ District 9-2A opener.
The Mount Enterprise Wildcats dropped to 0-4 Friday night with a 28-6 loss to the All Saints Trojans. The Wildcats played well and fought hard the whole game. Defensive stand outs included Zach Johnson who finished the game with 11 total tackles, with two tackles for loss. Nick Page also …
The West Rusk Raiders won against the Troup Tigers in last Friday’s district away game with a score of 43-20. The game was a sweeping victory for the proud Raiders that night. Players that attributed to the game’s victory that night were James Greenalch with 2 touchdowns (TD), Andon Mata wit…
Leverett’s Chapel won their game against the Trinidad Trojans last Friday night, 52-0. The boys who had outstanding achievements that night were Jonah Shepherd with 3 carries at 70 yards, 3 TD, 2 receives at 33 yards, and 8 tackles. Darren Brown had 2 TD, 3 tackles, and 2 fumble recoveries. …
The Henderson Lady Lions faced off against the Chapel Hill Lady Bulldogs last Friday night in a tough district match. The Lady Lions varsity volleyball girls brought their all to the court that night, securing the win 3-1.
The Henderson Cross Country team competed last week, with the High school team competing on Friday, Sept. 18, and the Middle school competing on Saturday, Sept. 19. The meet was hosted by Twin Oaks Ranch, in Lindale, for the Van YWAM Invitational.
The Overton Lady Mustang volleyball varsity team celebrated a win this week on Tuesday night where they went head-to-head with the Union Hill Lady Bulldogs in a district home game. In a stomp yard of a game, the Mustangs secured the win that night with a score of 3-0.
The Tatum Cross Country (CC) team competed in the Puddle Jump and Pig Trot at Pine Tree on Sept. 18, where the Tatum girls team came in third overall with the boys coming in fourth overall. There were two Medal winners for the Cross Country team, Mackenzie Greenwood and Trinity Edwards.
The Tatum Lady Eagles volleyball girls swooped down with their talons out, ready to rip into the Elysian Fields Yellowjackets late Tuesday afternoon in a district away game. The match ended up going into overtime with four sets. The Lady Eagles dominated out on the court, winning the match 3-1.