People who have known our family over the years know that fishing has always been a part of our activities. Our favorite lake to fish has been Caddo Lake. Not only has this beautiful moss-laden lake provided a fishing spot second to nine, Caddo Lake has had a major impact on our family in ot…

People who have known our family over the years know that fishing has always been a part of our activities. Our favorite lake to fish has been Caddo Lake. Not only has this beautiful moss-laden lake provided a fishing spot second to nine, Caddo Lake has had a major impact on our family in ot…

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NACOGDOCHES – Prior to taking the field for Friday night’s 3A Division II quarterfinals matchup against the Daingerfield Tigers, the Waskom Wildcats ran through a banner that read, “Teams to Remember Play in December.” Waskom made the next 48 minutes of game play worth remembering as they ca…

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Friday night’s matchup between Marshall and Tatum came down to the wire but the Mavericks fell just short in a three-point loss.

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Locking down their best defensive effort of the year, the No. 9 East Texas Baptist University women’s basketball team had a monstrous win over McMurry University, 77-33.

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Last season, Clay Fant was part of an Atlanta program that went 2-9. Then this year, the Rabbits went 0-10 but Fant, now a senior, has found himself in the fourth round of the playoffs as an offensive and defensive lineman for the 12-1 Waskom Wildcats.

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In last week’s win over the Newton Eagles, Waskom held the ball for all but 15 minutes of the entire game. Waskom athletic director and head football coach Whitney Keeling said time of possession is a key in this week’s game when his Wildcats go up against the Daingerfield Tigers.

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Friday will be a night to remember for the East Texas Baptist University hockey team as they host the inaugural “Teddy Bear Toss” at George’s Pond in Shreveport, La.

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Both Marshall’s boys and girls basketball teams picked up a win on Tuesday night as the Lady Mavs came away with a 44-42 win over the Chapel Hill Lady Bulldogs and the Mavericks defeated the Henderson Lions 57-51. The Lady Mavs currently hold a record of 9-1 while the Mavs are now 2-5.

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Heading into last week’s area matchup between Newton and Waskom, most people expected a closer battle than Waskom’s commanding 42-6 win. The 12-1 Wildcats are looking to take their next step closer to the state championship at AT&T Stadium in Arlington as they prepare for the 11-2 Dainge…

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WAXAHACHIE — The Wiley College women’s basketball team took better care of the ball and was more opportunistic with its offensive rebounds but struggled to hit shots in a 67-62 loss to Southwestern Assemblies of God University Monday at the Sheaffer Center.

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The Wiley College women’s basketball team will began a three-game road trip on Monday when they visit Southwestern Assemblies of God University at 6:30 p.m.

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NAGOGDOCHES — Waskom’s offense came away with 400 yards in an effort to defeat the Newton Eagles in Friday night’s area playoff matchup in a 42-6 final as the Wildcats punched their ticket to the fourth round with an overall record of 12-1. Newton’s season comes to an end with a final record…

I’m not sure what to make of the Cowboys loss to the Raiders on Thanksgiving other than there wasn’t a whole lot to like as Cowboys fan. There were questionable play calls, questionable officiating. There were dropped balls, missed kicks and Dallas’ disabled list was longer than most kids’ w…

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In 2014, Waskom’s football team hoisted its first state championship trophy in school history and it’s first of back-to-back. At that time, Jayvis Jones was a young elementary school student with big dreams as he watched his brother and cousin make school history.

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There aren’t many football teams in Texas left practicing this week but the Waskom Wildcats are one of them. However, Waskom athletic director and head football coach Whitney Keeling said today, Thanksgiving Day, his squad is taking the day off from practice.

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District champion Tatum earned four superlative honors and placed three players on the first team with the release of the District 16-3A All-District Volleyball Team for the 2021 season.

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The Wiley College men’s basketball team’s shots started falling at the end of the first half en route to an 81-67 victory over Arlington Baptist University Monday at Alumni Gymnasium.

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After a career performance against Tougaloo College on November 15, Wiley College men’s basketball player Michael Aiken wins Red River Athletic Conference Player of the Week for November 15-21.

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JACKSON, Miss. – Scoring 40 points in the paint with five players scoring in double figures, the East Texas Baptist University men’s basketball team came away with a 75-60 win over Centenary College (La.) in the Millsaps College Snyder Classic. ETBU advances to the championship game on Sunda…

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ATLANTA, Ga. – Continuing to use their strong defense, No. 2 East Texas Baptist University produced a 33-point win over Ferrum College, 75-42, improving to 3-1 on the year. ETBU only allowed 11 points in the first half.