An old fashioned success story
In the age of hurry up offense, Liberty Hill content to grind it out
While we are smack- dab in the era of the need-forspeed offensive sets labeled NASCAR, Liberty Hill is more like bumper car.
Year-after-year, the Panthers put defenses to sleep with their antiquated slot-T set. The only thing that doesn’t get boring— is the winning. Full Story
Defensive domination allows Yoe to snatch Bell way from Tigers
CAMERON—Home is where the Bell is.
And if history has taught us anything, it’ll be a short stay.
In the 86th meeting between the rival schools, the Yoemen slammed the door on the Tigers in a resounding 34-0 victory at a packed Yoe Field on the first cool evening of the football season. Full Story
Up for grabs
With no dominate team, playoff spots open
While no District 18-3A team is exactly setting the world on fire, it would appear that the three playoff possibilities are up for grabs as league play gets underway this Friday. Full Story
Milano manhandles Iola to remain perfect on the year
Lots of points, little yardage for Eagles in victory
MILANO— It’s not necessarily how many yards you gain, but what you do with them when you pick them up that’s important.
Despite managing a meager 232 yards of offense, the Milano Eagles remained unbeaten on the season at 3-0 with a soaring 35-8 homecoming win over the Iola Bulldogs on Friday night at Pruett Field. Full Story
Playing without Schaefer, Dawgs suffer first loss
Starting quarteback hurt ankle last week, on crutches
FLORENCE—Riley Schaefer may be new to his position, but he is no less important because of that fact.
Playing without their starting quarterback Friday, the Thorndale Bulldogs suffered their first loss of the season—and first loss in September in three years— in a 20-13 setback to Florence. Full Story
Lady Dogs sweep t hroug h distr ict
No. 20 ranked spikers perfect in league play
THORNDALE—The No. 20 Lady Dogs (16-4, 5-0) continue to roll through District 16A opponents as they took down Granger and Gateway over the week to remain undefeated in league play.
Thorndale defeated Granger at Bulldog Gym on Tuesday at “Parent Appreciate Night” in straight sets 25-15, 25-17, 25-22. Full Story
Lady Eagles keeping pace in district race with wins
Milano ranked No. 15 in polls take down Granger, Holland
MILANO—The No. 15 Lady Eagles are holding steady in District 16A action, taking down Granger and Holland this week.
Milano is now at 4-1 in league play and 18-6 on the season.
The Lady Eagles swept Holland on Tuesday ngiht at Geneva Paceley Gym, winning 25-11, 25-16, 25-14. Full Story
Crawford, 7th grade team salvage lone sub victory
The Rockdale seventh grade team produced the only victory over Cameron on Thursday with a 36-18 win in the season opener.
It was def initely the Jacqualyn Crawford show for the Tigers as the speed demon accounted for all five Rockda l e touchdowns, including four in the first half that provided the Tigers with a 28-12 lead at intermission. Full Story
Kay Foundation sets 5-Kay event Sept. 29
Kay Theater Foundation’s annual “5-Kay” run/walk and “un-run” will be held Saturday, Sept. 29, starting and ending at the historic Kay Theater, 350 North Main Street. Full Story
where they play
TIGER FOOTBALL Friday–Liberty Hill (Senior Night), 7:30 p.m., Tigerland Field LADY TIGER VOLLEYBALL Friday—at Navasota, F-JV-V), 4:30-7:30-5:30) Tuesday—Taylor, (F-JV-V), 5-6-7 TIGER CROSS COUNTRY Monday—at Cameron, TBA MILANO FOOTBALL Thursday—Mabank JV, 7 p.m. Full Story