If you’re a fan of Duck Dynasty, you’ll love this ode to family
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house,Half our creatures were stirring, half were sleeping on my spouse;The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,In hopes that our cat Max would not rip, shred and tear;The Girl was nestled all snug in her bed,While visions of the Renaissance Festival and You Tube danced in her head; Full Story
Yoe, Navasota aiming for state championship shot
It’s no surprise to area football fans to see these teams in finals
To find Cameron and Navasota playing for state championships is almost anti-climatic for area football fans who follow the game.
The two area schools play back-to-back in their respective state finales Friday at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, otherwise known as Jerry’s World.
Cameron (14- 0) bat t les Daingerfield (12-3) in the Class 2A, Division I finale Friday at Noon. Full Story
Short-handed Lady Tigers cut off by Cougars
Cagers played without three key players; Evans has left team
Facing a larger school without their full arsenal of players did not deter the Rockdale Lady Tigers from giving it their all.
Missing three key players, the Lady Tigers were outlasted 54-37 by Austin Crockett Friday night in Tiger Gymnasium.
Rockdale’s leading scorer, rebounder and defensive force Shelby Evans has left the team. Full Story
Messer tops in his field
Milano linebacker makes his third appearance on All-State squad
After being named honorable mention All- State the past two seasons, Dominique Messer has finally reached the summit of his position.
The Milano linebacker was named first-team on the Associated Press Class A All-State football team. Full Story
Lady Dogs stop fourgame slide
THORNDALE—The Thorndale Lady Dogs picked up a win versus Class 3A College Station on Tuesday night at Bulldog Gym.
The 63-20 blowout victory ends a four game losing streak for the team.
Olivia Atkins led all scorers with 18 points. Alix Hoffman added 13 points and Tamicka Cook contributed 12. Full Story
Eagles reel off four straight including St. Joseph crown
N0. 12 Milano wipes out Weimar on Monday
MILANO—The No. 12 Milano Eagles broke a two game losing streak over the weekend to go undefeated in the St. Joseph Academy tournament, winning their second championship trophy of the season.
The 10-2 Eagles then clobbered Weimar on Monday night at Geneva Paceley Gym. Milano found an early rhythm and kept going in its 62-35 victory over Weimar. Full Story
Thorndale 70, Somerville 29
SOMERVILLE—Balboa 10, Horne 7, Graves 7, Trout 2, Martinez 1, Like 2.
THORNDALE (6-1)—Hafley 18, Laurence 15, Schaefer 7, Hinistroza 7, Stockton 6, Salinas 2, Mays 4, Robertson 2, Llana 5, Schneider 4. Somerville9875—29 Thorndale 19 16 21 14—70
Highlights: Llana 13 rebs, blk; Laurence 7 stls. Full Story
Bulldogs steal a win from Somerville
THORNDALE—The Thorndale Bulldogs used 32 steals to smother Somerville 70-29 Friday at Bulldog Gymnasium.
The No. 10 Bulldogs improved to 6-1 on the season and won’t play again until the Cameron Tournament Dec. 27. Full Story
Karl takes a trio of bouts at San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO—The Cowboy Boxing Club of Milam County traveled to San Antonio for the South Texas Championships, a tournament that decided the champion in each weight class in the senior open devision.
Milano’s Ryan Karl was in the 141-lb mens division and defeated Jessie Martinez, Jr. from Victoria, by RSC in the third round. Full Story
WHERE THEY PLAY
Thursday-Saturday (Dec. 27)—at
Cameron Christmas Classic. First game vs. Lexington 8:30 a.m. at
LADY TIGER BASKETBALL
Thursday-Saturday (Dec. 27)—at
Cameron Christmas Classic,
Friday—Madisonville 1 p.m.
MILANO GIRLS BASKETBALL Full Story
Lady Eagles tumble on the road
NORMANGEE—The Milano Lady Eagles fell on the road Friday night at Normangee in their only game for the week.
Milano (3-10) lost 48-38 to the Lady Panthers after leading for the first three quarters of the game. Three Lady Eagle players fouled out and one other had four fouls. Full Story