BLOCK (AND TACKLE) PARTY—
BLOCK (AND TACKLE) PARTY—Okay, maybe lots of football fans watched their favorite teams play on big-screen TVs during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend but they’ve got nothing on Enfield Dr Full Story
Brooks, Clark head up all-district picks
Tigers place seven players on the first team
Some things are just worth repeating and in LeRaven Clark’s case that means complete domination.
For the second year in a row, the 6-foot-6, 250-pound senior was named first team on both offense and defense on the 2010 23-3A All-District team. Full Story
Tigers set to defend title at own classic
After lying dormant for 20 years, Rockdale Coach Dusty Loewe revived the Tigers basketball tournament (or a version thereof) last year and it was such a hit, that he’s expanded it by two teams to 10 this go-round.
And, the Lady Tigers will join in on the fun and host their own side of the bracket with an eight team format. Full Story
Lexington- Cameron in 2A Super Bowl?
I recently heard someone anticipating the possible Cameron-Lexington matchup in the state playoffs.
Unfortunately, that is not going to be possible since the two schools are in different divisions, which is bad news for all of us.
That’s a matchup we’d all love to see. Full Story
Ducks awaken in second half to quack past Tigers
Blue cagers control tempo in first half
TAY L OR—The Rockd a le Tigers were successful imposing their will on Taylor for one entire half. Unfortunately, it was the first half.
The Ducks f inally broke loose in the second half to run past the Tigers 53-47 at Duck Gymnasium Tuesday night.
Rockdale falls even at 2-2 on the season. Full Story
Eagles using last year’s playoff loss as motivation to redeem
Three returning starters fuel Milano’s quest
MILANO—It is still a bitter memory in the minds of returning players and their coach—a last minute, two-point loss in what should have been a long postseason run for the boys’ basketball program.
But a lit tle bit terness has invoked a lot of determination and the Milano Eagles look to build on that experience and make a deeper run in the postseason this year. Full Story
Lady Eagles: new coach, new district, new players
Beard becomes third new coach in past four years for Milano
MILANO—Mark this season down for the Lady Eagles basketball team as “under construction.” The team has a new coach, lost five seniors to graduation and is in a new district. Full Story
Lady Dogs ranked 18th in state poll
The Thorndale Lady Dogs are catching the attention of pollsters again and the 7-2 team is ranked No. 18 in Class 2A in the most recent Texas Association of Basketball Coaches poll.
They had been a mainstay there the last five years in the Class A ranks.
Thorndale won on the road in Rosebud-Lott Tuesday by a score of 56-37. Full Story
WHERE THEY PLAY
TIGER BASKETBALL Thursday-Friday-Saturday—Tiger
Classic Tuesday—Allen Academy, V,
LADY TIGER BASKETBALL Thursday-Friday-Saturday—Lady
Tiger Classic Tuesday—Trinity Christian, V,
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS Thursday—at LaGrange
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS
Thursday—LaGrange Full Story
CARDINAL CLOUT—The Cardinal youth football team comprised of third and fourth graders from Rockdale and Milano went 8-1 and finished second in the Pflugerville Neighborhood Sports Program this s Full Story
Lady Tigers win second
The Rockdale Lady Tigers posted their second victory of the season with a 49-43 win over Lexington Trinity Christian at Tiger Gym last Tuesday.
Seniors Janeene Maloy and Shalona Mitchell each delivered 13 points for the 2-4 Lady Tigers.
The 5-foot-5 Mitchell was fourfor 7 from behind the arc, while Maloy was perfect at the free throw line in four attempts. Full Story
LADY TIGER CLASSIC
Thursday 10 a.m. (gym A)—LaGrange vs. Cameron. 1 p.m. (gym B)—Schulenburg vs. Sealy 4 p.m. (gym A)—Thorndale vs. Austin Lanier 5:30 p.m. (gym A)—Rockdale vs. Taylor
Friday 10 a.m. (gym B)—Losers of games 1&2 11:30 a.m. (gym A)—Losers of games 3&4 1 p.m. (gym A)—Winners of games 1&2 5:30 p.m. (gym A)—Winners of game 3&4 Full Story
AWAY AT COLLEGE
ROCKDALE Austin January—Abilene Christian (football) Krysten Brooks—Texas-Arlington (track) Billy Gonzalez—Temple College (baseball) Lance Loewe—East Texas Baptist (basketball) Logan David—Blinn (football) Joe Sanders—Midwestern (football) Greg Chelf—Mary Hardin-Baylor (football) Emily Ammon—Southwestern (cross country) Full Story