The Muenster Hornets were reeling two weeks ago. They put up back-to-back losses to Lindsay and Blue Ridge, but in the past two weeks, the Hornets were able to flip the script.
Despite coming off their first win of the season, the Gainesville Leopards looked like a team that hadn’t played since Sept. 4.
The Lindsay Lady Knights have recovered since their loss to Poolville to open district play and are now 3-1 after their 25-5, 25-12, 25-9 sweep of Forestburg on Friday, Sept. 18.
The Lindsay Knights are undefeated this season, but that doesn’t mean head coach Jeff Smiley was happy with their latest performance – a 40-18 victory over Valley View.
The Muenster Hornets finally had their first blowout win of the season – something they have made a habit out of the past handful of seasons.
The past two weeks have been a roller coaster of emotions for the Gainesville Leopards. A positive coronavirus test on the team forced them to cancel its games against Aubrey and Van Alstyne.
The Callisburg Wildcats didn’t want to take their chances in overtime, so they made a risky decision and decided to go for the kill shot against Honey Grove on Friday, Sept. 18.
The injury-ridden Valley View Eagles were underdogs headed into their game Friday, Sept. 18, against Lindsay, but after a late first-half 56-yard touchdown run from Colby Lewis, the Eagles were in good shape down 12-6 headed to halftime.
Although it wasn’t their toughest game of the season, the Muenster Hornets had a bounce-back performance Friday, Sept. 18, against Electra.
Although it was a one-score game at halftime, the Lindsay Knights bowed up when they needed to for a 40-18 victory over Valley View at John Kassen Stadium on Friday, Sept. 18.
Cooke County commissioners are planning a special meeting Monday, Sept. 21, to discuss a potential real estate purchase and other matters, an agenda notice for the 10 a.m. meeting indicates.
In a battle of 1-2 teams, it’s the Muenster Hornets that are trying to find the win column again after posting back-to-back losses to Lindsay and Blue Ridge.
Just two games into the season, the Valley View Eagles are enduring injuries like it’s the playoffs. A host of Eagles are on the mend after their 55-8 loss at the hands of Bells last Friday.
The Collinsville Pirates found themselves in shootouts the first two games of the season, but last week against Peaster, they had their lowest-scoring game so far.
The Lindsay Knights shot down Callisburg 41-6 to move to 3-0 on the season and they have one final tune-up against Valley View on Friday, Sept. 18, before they begin their district schedule against Collinsville.
It took 12 years, but the Muenster Hornets have finally lost two games in a row. Muenster fell Sept. 4 against Lindsay and Friday, Sept. 11, the Hornets dropped a 27-16 decision to Blue Ridge.
Not much went Valley View’s way Friday, Sept. 11 when the Eagles traveled to Bells. The Panthers quickly took a hefty lead and the Eagles were battling uphill the entire game as they fell 55-8 to drop to 0-2 on the season.
The Callisburg Wildcats showed flashes of ability in their 41-6 loss to Lindsay, but head coach Eddie Gill took the opportunity in his post-game speech to fire his team up.
The Gainesville Leopards will not be playing football the next two weeks. Due to a positive lab-confirmed coronavirus test by a player, the entire team of 40 varsity football players along with the JV squad had to be quarantined.
Picking up their first win of the season last week against Vernon, the Gainesville Leopards are looking to make it two in a row when they host Aubrey at Leopard Stadium on Friday, Sept. 11.
It’s been 12 seasons since the Muenster Hornets lost back-to-back games and they’re in jeopardy of doing so this season as they are coming off a 34-14 loss to Lindsay on Friday, Sept. 4.
The Valley View Eagles had a rare Week 2 bye after falling to Ponder in their season opener. They needed it as several Eagles are recovering from injuries.
After falling to Caddo Mills in their season opener, the Gainesville Leopards had a rebound performance on the road against Vernon.
From the first few plays to the last play of the game, the Lindsay Knights dominated the kraut bowl against Muenster on Friday, Sept. 4, at John Kassen Stadium in Valley View.
The Collinsville Lady Pirates have had a few pitfalls to deal with the last week. Aside from trying to find their game as district play approaches, they had to do it without nearly half their team.
The Muenster Hornets have dominated the kraut bowl the past five seasons, but the Lindsay Knights came close to putting an end to that dominance last season.
The Valley View Eagles found themselves in a shootout against Ponder to open their season. Each team exchanged leads, but it was the Lions that pulled away in the second half with the 43-34 win over the Eagles.
The Whitesboro Bearcats knew they were playing a solid team in Bells to open the season and that they would have their hands full with the Panthers’ clock-controlling ground offense.
While there was plenty to be happy about with the Lindsay Knights’ 71-0 beatdown of Era on Friday, Aug. 28, head coach Jeff Smiley has tempered his enthusiasm as he knows there is still a long season ahead of them.
The Callisburg Wildcats have officially moved on from last season. After going 0-11, the Wildcats already have one win in their pocket as they trounced Howe 48-8 on Friday, Aug. 28.
In their season-opening tilt against Caddo Mills, the Gainesville Leopards fought through a sloppy first two quarters and scored with no time left in the first half to cut the lead to 21-14.
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Larry Ancil West went to his heavenly home September 24, 2020 following a short stay in Medical City Lewisville. He was born October 9, 1958 in Gainesville, Texas to Lucian Ancil (L.A.) West and Helen Ritcherson Sears West. He attended school in both Thackerville, Oklahoma and Gainesville, T…
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