HUDSON — In their time at Hudson, Keke Ferrell and Kaleb Myles helped lead the Hornets to plenty of wins, mixed with an impressive highlight reel along the way. They will now get to share the bond of playing at the next level while going their separate ways on the basketball court as they ea…

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When Klarisa Mijares crosses the stage for graduation tonight, she’ll write the final chapter of her Diboll career. Among a long list of accomplishments, possibly the most fitting description for her softball playing days will simply be that of a winner.

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The awards keep pouring in for the Hudson Lady Hornets as the Texas Association of Soccer Coaches and Officials (TASCO) announced their yearly honors earlier this week.

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The University Interscholastic League recently announced plans allowing high school teams to begin summer workouts in preparation for the 2020-21 athletic seasons.

In any normal year, Lufkin’s Halea Wells would be walking across the stage at Abe Martin Stadium in wrapping up her high school career tonight.

When the stakes are the highest, Lufkin’s Shaun Bowers always wanted the ball in his hand.

Hudson’s Jocelyn Gonzalez rounded out a spectacular career by being named the 19-4A MVP and the all-district team had a decidedly Lady Hornets’ feel as it was recently announced.

With their high school playing days cut short, a group of Lufkin Lady Panthers were among those honored for their contributions throughout their high school careers as District 16-5A selected its All-Senior Team, which was announced earlier this week.

ZAVALLA — Zavalla’s Bryson Sluga has seemingly done it all at the high school level. From the classroom to the basketball court, his list of accomplishments is a lengthy one.

With youthful enthusiasm and a team-first approach, Terry Potter is full of excitement as he prepares to take over as the head baseball and basketball coach of the Apple Springs Eagles.

Nine Lufkin players were among a group of players who were honored after their seasons were cut short with the District 16-5A All-Senior Baseball Team being announced earlier this week.

DIBOLL — Diboll’s Ethan Smith has been playing baseball seemingly from the time he could first walk.

Lufkin’s Luis Flores saw it all from the rest of the district as the sensational scorer frequently drew double and triple teams on a nightly basis.

Hudson Lady Hornet Tashia Pierce built a fearsome reputation as a player who swings a big bat.

With the reopening of the state of Texas just five days old, questions are already swirling about what opportunities may come so student athletes can make up at least some of the time they lost in the past six weeks that residents were ordered to stay home.

Before he could make a final impression on the track, Diboll senior Darryl Weaver Jr. had his last season in red and white cut short.

Hudson’s Olivia Bachman admits swimming isn’t for everyone. Hours in the pool turn into days, while the results come along slowly with a ton of hard work.

The state's 7-on-7 football tournament and qualifying events were canceled on Sunday afternoon due to the COVID-19 virus.

Even as various sports had been canceled and postponed, high schoolers held out hope they would get the chance to complete their regular seasons.

From back-to-back appearances on the first-team all-district squad to a recent spot on a pair of academic all-state teams, Jackson Parks has been the model student/athlete for the Lufkin Panthers.

With both local and national sports on hold, entertainment options have become sparse for those waiting patiently to enjoy a night at the ballpark or a stadium.

Several area athletes were honored on the District 20-4A All-District Basketball Team that recently was announced.

A familiar face is coming home as the Corrigan-Camden Bulldogs officially hired Brett Ratliff to take over as their head football coach and athletic director on Tuesday.

First impressions are nice. The last impression is a bonus. But lasting impressions are the ones that are always remembered.

Central’s Brenom Brown earned Newcomer of the Year honors while several other area players were honored on the 21-3A All-District Team, which was recently announced.

While several sporting leagues have been canceled, the University Interscholastic League is still working to complete the 2020 spring sports schedule.

With a program steeped in tradition, the Central Lady Bulldogs have done almost everything on the softball field. From a state title to a team consistently ranked in the Top 10, Central is a unique softball program.

If it’s spring, then it means it’s softball time for Huntington centerfielder Lainey Gates. And if she’s being honest, almost any other time of the year is softball time as well.

A banner year for the Diboll Lumberjacks led to a long list of awards as the 21-3A All-District Basketball Team was recently announced.

The pressure doesn’t come much higher when it comes to high school underclassmen. Matched up against Central Heights’ Grayson Rodriguez, Central’s Dylan Cloonan shared a bullpen with the future No. 11 pick in the MLB Draft.

Like many softball players, Lufkin’s Natalie Chavez admits to her own variety of superstitions.

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