The Rider Raiders have made it to the state semifinals twice in the last three seasons, but this year, they’ve lost the large senior class that helped get them there. Players on this year’s Rider team, however, said there’s talent just waiting in the wings to come out and show out.
Kevin Sherrill spent two seasons as the head coach at Sonora before joining the Lions, and when it comes to giving Vernon its first winning season since 2014, he said it comes down to one thing: hard work.
The Hirschi Huskies have a talented offense that helped them to playoffs last year and a solid run game led by running back A’Marion Peterson. Players are saying this year, however, the receiver corps could be the ones making some big plays.
You’ll hardly be able to recognize Electra’s football team this year; yes, part of it is because of changes being made to the offensive scheme, but most of it has to do with its players: 13/25 starters this season did not play on the varsity team last year.
It’s hard to deny how good of a run the Holliday Eagles had last season: going perfect in district play before losing to Eastland in the regional semifinals. With a large amount of returning starters, the Eagles are looking to do it again.
What started as an initiative to get more referees for Texas High School games is now history-making, gathering five women from all across the state to be the first all-female officials team when they take to the field for Texas SixMan Coach’s Association Division I All-Star game.
The 2021 season for the Holliday softball team didn’t end the way it had hoped after losing 9-3 in the 3A semifinals down in Austin. As head coach Billy Arbogast reflects back on his third season with the Lady Eagles, two words come to mind: gratitude and fun.
He spent his entire life on the Wichita Falls High School basketball court, first as a player and then as the Lady Coyotes Basketball coach. This week, after 31 years, Joe Golding is stepping off the court and into retirement.
Next week coaches will have to say one final goodbye to their senior players as they graduate high school. At Hirschi High School on Tuesday, coaches decided instead to leave their goodbyes and well wishes on the court.