The Callisburg Wildcats are learning about work ethic as they prepare for this fall.

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The Gainesville Leopards are learning about more than just football this summer.

Lindsay wants to play physical football, and that's what this summer's workouts have been about.

An injury may have prevented a Whitesboro native from trying out for this summer's Olympic team, but he already has his sights set on qualifying in 2024.

Era is making progress more quickly in its second summer under Felderhoff.

AUSTIN – Anglers across the State of Texas are gearing up for Free Fishing Day on June 5. The first Saturday in June each year allows Texans to fish on any public waterbody in the state without a fishing license.

The past four years here at the Gainesville Daily Register have been a thrill of a lifetime. Captaining the sports department for Cooke County has been an honor I will treasure for the rest of my life.

The Whitesboro Bearcats have made some significant additions to their coaching staff that will help shape the future of the athletics program.


Soccer has been a passion of Gainesville senior Alissa Galaviz’s for nearly her entire life. Since the age of three, Galaviz has had the soccer ball at her feet and goals on her mind.

The Valley View Eagles baseball team has five games remaining this season. Against Whitesboro on Tuesday, April 13, the Eagles got off to a rough start and surrendered five runs in the first inning en route to a 9-3 loss.

The Muenster Hornets have jetted out to a perfect start in district play. First they took down one of the best teams in district in Alvord with 5-2 and 8-4 wins. Then they continued their strong play with a 10-0 shellacking of Chico on Tuesday, March 30, to move to 3-0 in district and 14-6 o…

Gainesville senior Robyn Hardin has been dribbling a basketball and putting up shots since he was four years old. While he also had a love of football, it became clear to him during high school that he wanted to play college basketball.


The Muenster Hornets had a slow start to the Muenster Highway 82 Tournament, dropping decisions to St. Mary’s and Edgewood, but they rebounded nicely the rest of the tournament.


All of the first 11 games for the Lindsay Knights have been blowouts, but in the first game of the Muenster Highway 82 Classic, the Knights found themselves in their closest baseball game of the season.


Six Gainesville Lady Leopards are headed to Friday’s Class 4A state powerlifting meet in Corpus Christi after Gainesville claimed a second-place finish at the regional championship two weeks ago.

District play has been a mixed bag for the Gainesville Lady Leopards soccer team. They put up back-to-back big wins to begin their district slate, but since then, they are 1-2-2.

In their first tournament of the season, the Gainesville Lady Leopards golf team shook off the rust and opened with a strong performance in the Pilot Point Bearcat Invitational at the Gainesville Municipal Golf Course.

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