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.
Lindsay head coach Derrick Jenkins had a long talk with his team following their 7-1 defeat at the hands of Muenster on Tuesday, April 6.
If the Muenster Hornets baseball team had designs on winning district, it was going to have to go through Lindsay to get there.
In their opening round playoff game against Carrollton Ranchview, the Gainesville Lady Leopards soccer team was in position to advance, holding a 2-1 lead in the second half.
It’s fair to say the Gainesville Leopards soccer team carried the majority of the play in their Class 4A regional quarterfinal matchup against Castleberry.
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…
It was a slow start to the Class 4A bi-district playoffs for the Gainesville Leopards soccer team as it took just a 1-0 lead to halftime.
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 Gainesville Leopards had some hurdles to jump over at the regional powerlifting meet, but they were able to traverse their troubles and come out the other side smelling like roses.
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.
Lindsay softball head coach Preslee Gallaway had three words to describe her team after the Lady Knights erased multiple deficits en route to a dramatic 11-10 victory over Collinsville – resiliency, intensity and energy.
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.
Coming off a disappointing 3-1 loss to Bridgeport on Wednesday, March 10, the Gainesville Lady Leopards soccer team had a strong bounceback performance Monday, March 15.
The Lindsay Knights are off and running to start their baseball season, picking up four wins in their Lindsay Baseball Tournament to improve to 10-0.
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.
It’s never easy for the season to end, but the Muenster Hornets had an excruciating finish to their bi-district playoff game against Wolfe City.
The Gainesville Lady Leopards soccer team hasn’t lost in four games. However, they haven’t scored in two games as they have been a part of back-to-back scoreless ties against Bridgeport and Burkburnett on Wednesday, March 3.
From start to finish, the Gainesville Leopards soccer team dominated Burkburnett in their first district matchup Wednesday, March 3, at Leopard Stadium.
Facing the top-ranked team in Class 3A, the Callisburg Wildcats knew the Saturday, Feb. 27, Class 3A regional quarterfinal game was going to be a difficult challenge.
The Muenster Lady Hornets caught a break by avoiding Haskell in the Class 2A regional semifinal game Friday, Feb. 26, when they faced Cisco.
Matching up with a district rival in the Class 2A regional quarterfinal game Thursday, Feb. 25, the Lindsay Lady Knights knew they were going to have their hands full with Alvord.
It had been over a month since the Callisburg Wildcats played in a tight game, but Wednesday, Feb. 24, in the Class 3A area round, Rains put them to the test from start to finish.
The Muenster Lady Hornets continued their parade through the playoffs Tuesday, Feb. 23, when they destroyed Tom Bean 80-28 in the Class 2A regional quarterfinal round.
After a lengthy playoff hiatus, the Callisburg Wildcats finally got their feet wet again when they took on Dallas Gateway on Monday, Feb. 22.
Even when the Muenster Lady Hornets aren’t at their best, they are still trouncing teams. That journey is sure to get tougher in the coming games, but Saturday, Feb. 20, Muenster took down Como-Pickton 53-17 to advance to the regional quarterfinal round Tuesday, Feb. 23, against Tom Bean.
Coming up short in a Class 3A area-round playoff tilt against powerhouse Gunter, the Whitesboro Lady Cats had an incredible turnaround from last season.
Losing their last game of the regular season to Alvord that forced them to settle for a three-way tie for the district crown, the Lindsay Knights have a sour taste they are trying to get rid of as they transition to the playoffs.
The Lindsay Lady Knights hadn’t won a playoff game in three years, but Thursday, Feb. 11, they ended that drought in dramatic fashion.
It was a rollercoaster end of the regular season for the Muenster Hornets. They pulled off an overtime win over Lindsay to give them a chance for their eighth consecutive district championship.
The Valley View Eagles had a difficult transition into Class 3A this season. The young team had to take its lumps and learn on the fly as they were placed in one of the tougher teams in the region with the likes of undefeated Callisburg and stingy Whitesboro.
Coming off their first loss of the season to Argyle Liberty Christian, the Muenster Lady Hornets had to quickly shake off the disappointment and turn their attention to the playoffs.
It’s been eight years since the Collinsville Pirates made the playoffs and they needed several things to go their way this season to even have a chance at ending that streak.
The Whitesboro Lady Cats didn’t play their first playoff game in three years in a bakery, but they certainly came away with bread.
The Era Lady Hornets outscored Lindsay in the final frame of their rubber match Monday, Feb. 8, but for the second straight matchup against the Lady Knights, Era’s slow start was its demise.
The Lindsay Lady Knights conjured a similar formula in the decisive third matchup Monday, Feb. 8, as they did in round two against Era.
It’s been three seasons since the Whitesboro Lady Cats qualified for the playoffs and they’ll end that streak when they take on Keene in the Class 3A bi-district round at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, in Sanger.
The final game of each team’s district slate was never in doubt as the Muenster Lady Hornets drilled their first five shots of the game and rolled to a 70-34 victory over Era, but it also served as a special moment for Muenster as the Lady Hornets closed out their district slate undefeated a…
Coming home is always special to Gainesville native and Seattle Seahawk David Moore, but it’s even more gratifying when he gets to give back to his community.
With the game boiling down to the final moments, Lindsay’s Caleb McKinney hit a shot in the lane to give the Knights a two-point lead with just over a minute to play.
Swashbuckling their way back from a five-point deficit headed to the fourth quarter, the Muenster Hornets pulled off a near miracle in the final seconds of regulation against Lindsay.
The first matchup between Muenster and Alvord saw the Hornets win in blowout fashion, but the second meeting on Friday, Jan. 29, saw the Bulldogs put up a much bigger fight.
With three players in double digits carrying the offense, the Era Lady Hornets flexed their muscles in a 66-41 district win over Collinsville on Friday, Jan. 29.
This Week's Circulars
Beatrice (Tootsie) Kuntz, 92, of Valley View, passed away April 11, 2021 at the Renaissance Care Center. She was born April 18, 1928 in Lindsay, to Pete and Pauline (Laux) Block. Mrs. Kuntz graduated from Lindsay High School in 1945. She married John Kuntz on February 20, 1952 at St. Peter's…
Steve Edward Lance, 56, of Gainesville, passed away on Saturday, April 3, 2021, in Fort Worth, Texas surrounded by his family. The son of Paul Edwin Pape and Martha Sue Whitehead, Steve was born on March 12, 1965, in Temple, Texas. Steve grew up and attended school in Denton and later moved …
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