Nobody knows what 2020 will bring in high school football because of the coronavirus.
Denison has replaced Arkansas High on Texas High’s 2020 football schedule. The Yellow Jackets and Tigers will clash Oct. 2 at Tiger Stadium in Grim Park.
Texas High opened its doors temporarily Tuesday so seven of its athletes could sign letters-of-intent with the colleges where they’ll continue their careers.
Athletic Director Gerry Stanford is proud of what the Texarkana Independent School District is accomplishing with homework during these unprecedented days because of the coronavirus.
Texas High senior Kerrighan Dunn and Ashdown senior Lamar Wilkerson have so much in common. For example Dunn is the 2019-20 Fox Sports Texarkana’s All-Star Girls Basketball Player of the year. Another superlative winner […]
BOSSIER CITY, La. – Texas High scored 10 runs in the sixth inning Thursday to beat Shreveport Byrd in the Bossier Parkway Classic, 13-6.
GREENVILLE, Texas – Texas High pitchers Rian Cellers and Michael Sikorski led the Tigers past Greenville Tuesday in a pitcher’s duel.
By Louie Avery Fox Sports Texarkana Arkansas schools redeemed themselves a bit Saturday in Battle on the Border at Texas High’s diamond.
Texas high schools were 7-0 against their Arkansas opposition Friday in Battle on the Border at Texas High and George Dobson Field in Spring Lake Park.
Texas High senior Owen Likins stole some of Carthage’s spotlight Thursday afternoon in the 2020 Watty Myers Relays.
TYLER, Texas – Lancaster plays at a different speed than most 5A basketball teams in Texas. Texas High learned that Friday night in an area round playoff loss to the Eagles.
Texas High’s boys and girls flexed their 5A muscles Friday in the 2020 Paul Parr Relays at Liberty-Eylau High School.
HUGHES SPRINGS, Texas – Texas High’s Region II-5A bi-district win over Marshall deserves a better reward than having to play Lancaster.
Texas High’s boys wrapped up third place in District 15-5A Tuesday with a 64-51 win over Royse City.
Lindale’s inspired play Friday at the Tiger Center brought out the best of senior Kerrighan Dunn and her Texas High teammates.
National Signing Day was a festive event Wednesday with six Texas High athletes inking their respective letter-of-intent to continue their education and sports careers in college.
Senior Kerrighan Dunn scored 18 of her game-high 21 points in the second half at the Tiger Center to help rally Texas High’s girls past Mount Pleasant, 56-48.
Texas High’s defense limited District 15-5A’s leading scorer Quin Anderson of Greenville to four points in the first three quarters Tuesday at the Tiger Center.
Doesn’t Dunn and Anderson sound like a law firm? Well it was the law of averages that got Texas High’s cold-shooting girls basketball team past Sulphur Springs Friday at the Tiger Center, 43-42.
Senior C.J. Kelly and his Texas High teammates played their best game of the season, but it still wasn’t good enough to beat the ninth-ranked Sulphur Springs Wildcats.