HUNTINGTON — Huntington running back Jeremiah Robertson scored three touchdowns for the Red Devils in Friday’s season opener against Palestine Westwood. The senior carried 29 times for 198 yards and those three scores.
It’s hard to find the last time the Lufkin Panthers started a season with an 0-2 record. And they don’t want that to change.
Alto’s Keenen Johnson was one of six players chosen as a Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Player of the Week in Week 1 of the high school football season.
When the Lufkin coaching staff contemplated moving Jerrod Johnson from right guard to center before the start of the season, there was no argument from Johnson.
ALTO — Paul Gould isn’t sure, but he figures what he and Alto fans witnessed Friday was a record.
There’s never a good time to have two of your best net players on the bench with injuries, but when facing a hard-hitting team with a solid front line, the timing gets even worse.
District 16-5A fans can approach what happened in the opening weekend one of two ways — glass half full or glass half empty.
SPLENDORA — Diboll rallied to knock off Splendora (18-25, 24-25, 25-23, 25-22, 16-14) in high school volleyball action on Tuesday night.
EDGEWOOD — Lufkin took third place in the Edgewood Volleyball Tournament by winning two matches on Saturday.
Lufkin on Friday night suffered its second one-point setback in as many games, dating to last season — and both were against Longview.
The Hudson boys and girls cross country teams both recorded fourth-place finishes at Friday Night Lights in The Woodlands.
CENTERVILLE — The Corrigan-Camden Bulldogs proved to be too much for Centerville Friday night, rolling to a 30-12 win over the Tigers in their season opener.
GROVETON — Quarterback George Vaught threw for 201 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Trinity Tigers to a 49-14 road victory over the Groveton Indians on Friday.
NEW CANEY — Marte Allison and David Harvey scored three touchdowns apiece to lead the New Caney Eagles to a home victory over the Diboll Lumberjacks, 49-30, on Friday.
HUNTINGTON — Jeremiah Robertson ran the ball for three scores and 146 yards Friday night, but it wasn’t enough to hold off the Palestine Westwood Panthers as they came from behind late in the fourth quarter to escape with a 35-28 win over the Red Devils here Friday.
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