Rockdale will field 7-on-7 team this season
After a year off, Tigers back in the pack
After being uanble to find a coach and being forced to miss the 2010 season, Rockdale will field a 7-on-7 squad this summer.
Former Tiger standout and local businessman Greg Brinkley will guide the team this year.
Brinkley’s son Ethan was the starting quarterback for the Tigers last season. Full Story
Killebrew left a bigger legacy than just smacking homers
While I wasn’t any particular Minnesota Twins fan when I was a kid (Read: St. Louis Cardinals), Harmon Killebrew was just one of those guys that was easy to admire and like.
While not a World Series regular, the Twins had some copious talent in Killebrew, Tony Oliva, Bert Blyleven and Rod Carew.
Killebrew, Blyleven and Carew are in the Hall of Fame. Full Story
The Eagles have landed
Mart mashes Milano in deciding game of regional quarterfinals
WACO—Swing the bat and hope the ball goes far is about all you can do when facing one of the best pitchers in Class A baseball.
Milano’s historic run in the state playoffs came to an end Saturday, losing a decided game three 10-1 against the Mart Panthers and their ace pitcher Holden Strunck in the Region IV quarterfinals. Full Story
Rockdale ISD offers up plenty for kids in summer
If you are looking for something to keep you busy during the summer months, the Rockdale athletic department has plenty to keep you occupied.
Come join the Tiger staff for four days of fun, competition and learning from June 13-16.
Athletic Director Jeff Miller and his staff are eager to meet the future of the Rockdale athletic program. Full Story
First annual alumni golf tournament set in July
The Rockdale Country Club Mens Golf Association is sponsoring the first annual Tiger Golf Team Alumni Tournament.
The tournament is scheduled for Saturday, July 30 at the Rockdale Country Club and all proceeds w ill go to the RHS golf team. Full Story
Paxton Jordan dominates Thorndale athletic awards
Senior garners MVP cudos in football, hoops, hardball, overall
THORNDALE—It seems like he’s been around for longer than four years, but senior Paxton Jordan will graduate this month and will take a truckload of awards with him.
Jordan was named the Bulldogs’ outstanding male athlete while also being chosen most valuable player in football, basketball and baseball. Full Story
All-District 23AAA Softball MVP: Dylan Supak, La Grange Sr. Offensive MVP: Breanna Homer, La Grange Soph. Defensive MVP: Shelby Sterling, La Grange Sr. Newcomer of the Year: Randi Smith, Smithville Fr. Full Story
Yoemen, LaGrange still battling in state playoffs
Will play in regional semifinals
The Cameron Yoemen and L aGra nge L eopa rd ba seba ll teams are still moving forward in the state baseball playoffs.
The No. 5 ranked Yoemen (30-6), who have enjoyed great success in their return to Class 2A, will battle Bishop (27-8) in the regional semifinals. Full Story