Ducks take a flyer when it comes to playing rival Rockdale
Rockdale will always be tethered to Taylor and Cameron for obvious reasons no matter what the circumstances, but for the first time since 1993, neither rival will be included in a district with the Tigers.
The last time that happened was in 1953.
This may be the first time that Rockdale and Taylor have been in the same classification and not in the same district. Full Story
Tigers in area loop; Thorndale moves up
Cameron slips down as expected; Milano stays put and Taylor moves away
While Rockdale eased into the University Interscholastic League’s bi-annual realignment Monday like a warm bath, several area schools were hit in the face with ice cold water.
While Cameron slipped down to Class 2A as expected, in a bit of a surprise, Thorndale found itself rising to Class 2A and in the same basketball district as the Yoemen (see separate story below). Full Story
With two of their last three games at Tiger gym, Tigers control own destiny
Rockdale Coach Dusty Loewe’s message to his team was a simple one—win the next four games and we’re in the playoffs.
Despite their suspect league record, Loewe and the Tigers have hopes of making a serious playoff run due to the fact that three of their last four games are at Tiger Gym. Full Story
Tiger trio will continue playing
David, Sanders, Chelf spread out
all over state
Having played most of their lives together on the same team, Logan David, Joe Sanders and Greg Chelf will now scatter about the state to play football. Full Story
Eagles clear first half
Ranked cagers unbeaten after first round
The No. 24 Milano Eagles basketball team finished up the first round of District 27A play undefeated on Friday night against Granger and began the second round on Tuesday with a 46-36 road win over Bartlett. Full Story
Lady Dogs remain perfect in district competition
Have clinched at least a share of fifth consecutive league championship
With just two district games left, the No. 13 Thorndale Lady Dogs have clinched at least a share of the District 27-A title.
It would be the fifth consecutive loops title for Thorndale and seventh in the last eight seasons.
The Lady Dogs are now 8-0 in league play and 22-4 on the season. Full Story
Lady Tigers drop a pair in district
The Rockdale Lady Tigers dropped a pair of district contests to fall to 5-23 overall and 1-10 in District 24-3A with one game remaining in the season.
The Lady Tigers lost to Caldwell 24-21 on the road Tuesday night as Ivory Douglas (eight steals) and Brittany Frei (seven rebounds) each scored six points, followed by Janeene Maloy’s five points. Full Story
BOYS Rockdale 60, Caldwell 24 CALDWELL (2-19, 0-7)—Rodriguez 11, Daniels 5, Sheppard, Derre 2, Smisek 2. ROCKDALE (16-13, 4-5)—McQuitter 10-4-25, Loewe 4-2-10, Wright 3-4-10, Gadison 3-0-6, Davidson 1-0-3, Sanders 1-0-2, Lewis 1-0-2, David 1-0-2. Totals Fg 24-61 FT 10- 19 3PT 2-8—60. Full Story
Area players on All-Brazos team
Rockdale’s David and Clark chosen
The post season honors continue to roll in for Rockdale’s Logan David and LeRaven Clark as both have been named to the 34th annual Bryan-College Station
All-Brazos Valley team.
Both David and Clark were chosen on the first team. Full Story
WHERE THEY PLAY
TIGER BASKETBALL Friday—Open Tuesday—Taylor F-JV-V, 5:15-6:15- 7:30 LADY TIGER BASKETBALL Friday—Open Tuesday—Taylor, JV-V, 5-6:30 (End of season) POWERLIFTING Saturday (Feb. Full Story