Cutting down on the turnovers, Tigers win
Blue also adds some length in victory over Fayetteville
FAYETTEVILLE—There’s nothing better to improve a basketball team’s posture than adding some length to the roster.
Enter 6-foot-6 LeRaven Clark and 6-foot-3 Derek David and their combined 14 points and 13 rebounds which propelled Rockdale to its first victory of the young season, 68-35 over Fayetteville. Full Story
Eagles tripped by Falls City
Milano struggles after Sanders knocked out of game in area playoff
AUSTIN—Milano pulled out all the stops and just about every trick in their playbook and they still couldn’t stop a much better Falls City team.
The Eagles’ season came to an end on Friday as they fell 55-7 to the Beavers in the area round of the Class A Division II state football playoffs in a matchup at Austin ISD’s Burger Stadium. Full Story
King does not disappoint in his debut
MUMFORD—I think I can safely say that there hasn’t been more anticipation for a hoops player to play in his first high school game than there was for one Aubrie King.
That event finally came to fr uition last Tuesday when King and his Mumford teammates roundly ravaged a usually respectable Round Top-Carmine squad. Full Story
Lady Tigers chalk up first victory
Can’t handle Cameron on Tuesday night
The Rockdale Lady Tigers chalked up their first victory of the young season Friday by trimming Lexington 34-32 on the road.
However, the Lady Tigers entered the losing column again after falling to Cameron 58-32 Tuesday night at Tiger Gym and stand at 1-4 on the season. Full Story
Clark chosen for prestigious all-star game
Rockdale’s LeRaven Clark has been selected to play in the Under Armour all-star game held in Oralando, Fla.
On ly t he top players in the nation are picked to play in the prestigious game.
Clark, a senior lineman, will leave Dec. 31 and stay at the Disney World Hotel. The game will be played at Tropicana Field on Wednesday, Jan. 5 as part of Super Bowl week. Full Story
Dawgs are experienced, but they had better be
Thorndale returns four starters and eight hands
THOR N DA L E—Wit h eig ht lettermen and four starters back from a playoff team, the Thorndale Bulldogs posses the experience to go far this season—if they can escape a rough and tumble district. Full Story
Lady Dogs’ expectations are still as high as ever
Youth and inexperience will challenge Thorndale in 2010
THORNDALE—Moving up a classification is not the biggest challenge the Thorndale Lady Dogs basketball team will face this season; it is lack of big game experience.
Head coach Bradley Dickerson, in his 11th season at the helm, lists just two seniors and one junior on his varsity roster for the 2010-11 season. Full Story
WHERE THEY PLAY
TIGER BASKETBALL Tuesday—at Taylor, F-JV-V, 5:15-
6:15-7:30 Thursday-Friday-Saturday (Dec.
LADY TIGER BASKETBALL Thursday-Friday-Saturday (Dec.
2-4)—Lady Tiger Classic
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS Thursday (Dec. 2)—at LaGrange
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS Thursday (Dec. 2)—LaGrange
MILANO BASKETBALL Full Story