Life can get redirected in the most unexpected ways at the most unexpected times, especially for a young person with so many potential paths in front of them.
After 19 years with the LC boys program, Brad Crow switched to girls for the opportunity to coach his two daughters
Monterey senior Brylee Clifford and Co. put in a solid effort throughout a District 3-5A run to edge their way into second place, and the squad was ready to give its all to retain that standing when it took on Lubbock High in league play on Friday.
The Lady Plainsmen won their final match before UIL-mandated pause in response to the Corona virus.
ABILENE -- Winning a basketball game can take on a lot of different shapes or follow a variety of paths.
MONAHANS -- In a game when neither team had managed much of a foothold for 24 minutes, an 8-point lead seemed like a pretty steep hill to climb.
ABILENE -- Noble Robinson has been playing basketball for a long time, but he isn’t ready for this phase of his career to wind down just yet.
FORT WORTH -- In a showdown of Class 6A heavyweights Friday, it only made sense that one play, one bounce, one extra bit of effort was going to be the difference.
WEST -- Trinity Christian’s sophomore tandem of Bonnee Busby and Adlee Blacklock came up huge Friday as the Lady Lions won their second consecutive Class 4A state championship, completing a remarkable season with a convincing 50-25 victory over top-ranked Texas School for the Deaf.
WACO -- All Saints is on the cusp of adding to an impressive legacy of success at the highest level of TAPPS Class 2A.
WACO -- Déjà vu seemed ready to make an appearance Thursday when Trinity Christian and Lubbock Christian collided in the Class 4A state semifinal round.
WACO -- A big early lead and a strong finish added up to a memorable night for Kingdom Prep on Thursday in the Class 1A state semifinals.
ANSON -- Monterey spent most of the first half Tuesday against Aledo a little wobbly as it got a feel for how the Bearcats operated. Then the Plainsmen spent the second half harassing their bi-district opponent and knocking them completely out of their comfort zone.
MONAHANS -- Frenship was struggling to get its offense revved up Tuesday against El Paso Coronado in a Class 6A bi-district game. So the Tigers took a little different approach to flip the script after halftime on the way to a grind-it-out victory.