Cameron, Lexington in quest for the holy grail
Neighbors will share a venue Saturday
A difference in school population kept Cameron and Lexington from sharing a district, but the neighbors are sharing a venue Saturday in their quest for a state championship.
Lexington comes out of the chute first, facing 11-3 Idalou at 4 p.m. at 12,000-seat Newsom Stadium in Mansfield. Full Story
Coach Moultrie finally gets his recognition
It has been three years since our own Rockdale legend Coach Bill Moultrie was inducted into the USA Track and Field Hall of Fame, but when he shows up this week in San Antonio, it will be his first trip to the ceremony.
When Moultrie was placed in the Hall of Fame in 2007, he suffered a stroke just before the ceremony and was unable to attend. Full Story
Tiger teams make hasty exit from Franklin
Tigers struggle on offense in loss to Columbus
Trying to shake off the affects of the Franklin Tournament, the Rockdale Lady Tigers were stopped by Sealy Monday night in Tiger Gym, 58-22.
Sealy had just visited Rockdale, finishing second to Thorndale in the Lady Tiger Classic. Full Story
Clark, Brooks named to AP all-state team
Tiger lineman makes his second state appearance
Rockdale standouts LeRaven Clark and Daniel Brooks continue to rack up the honors and Tuesday were named to the Associated Press
2010 Class 3A All-State football team.
The 6-foot-6, 250-pound Clark was named to the second team as an offensive lineman, while Brooks was selected as honorable mention. Full Story
Dawgs, Eagles continue to harvest gold hardware
Thorndale takes Milano in early season showdown
The No. 13 Milano Eagles basketball team put their ranking to the test on Tuesday night as they hosted cross county rival Thorndale at Geneva Paceley Gym.
The Eagles came out on top 61-58 and move to 10-0 on the season. Thorndale falls to 9-1.
Both squads have had early success, each winning their last two tournaments. Full Story
Lady Dogs, Lady Eagles get back on track with big wins
Thorndale opens district play by besting Lexington
THORNDALE—The No. 11 Thorndale Lady Dogs broke a two game losing streak on Tuesday night after taking the opening game of District 27-2A play against Lexington at Bulldog Gym. Thorndale escaped with a 43-38 win and are now11-4 on the season. Full Story
King named MVP of
FAYETTEVILLE—After averaging 25 points a game—including a school-record 45 points—Aubrie King was named the most valuable player of the Fayetteville Tournament.
King, a freshman who lives in Milano, led No. 3 Mumford to the title by eventually defeating host Fayetteville 117-75. Full Story
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