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Warriors standout focuses on playoffs but prepares for college

| |Monday, Feb. 10, 2014

With his team fighting for a high seed in the postseason, guard Nick Babb has also gotten the chance to get ready to play for the University of Arkansas.

Sports digest

Monday, Feb. 10, 2014

District 3-5A sends Arlington teams as the top three seeds into the playoffs, with the Bowie girls leading the way after sealing up a perfect district record at 14-0 to claim the championship.

Lady Warriors enter playoffs with high energy

| |Monday, Feb. 03, 2014

Fueled by the reigning district offensive player of the year and a hard-defending sophomore, the team has been ready for this postseason to begin since the last one ended.

Sports digest

Monday, Feb. 03, 2014

With three games left on the schedule entering this week, the Bowie and Martin boys basketball teams were tied for the district lead at 10-1 in 3-5A.

Captains lead Arlington Colts past first hurdle of 2014 in boys soccer

| |Monday, Jan. 27, 2014

The senior trio of Reggie Gonzalez, Hugo Loredo and Steven Chavez has helped the program to an undefeated season heading into district play.

Sports digest

Monday, Jan. 27, 2014

The Bowie girls basketball team is closing in on a perfect run through district, entering the week 11-0 before its Tuesday game against North Crowley, which was played after the press deadline.

Lady Vikings fighting for return to the postseason

| |Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014

After missing the playoffs last season, Arlington Lamar is making the most of its chemistry and aggression to make up for a lack of height and fewer players on its roster.

Sports digest

Monday, Jan. 20, 2014

The Bowie boys basketball team made a statement last Friday — but just barely.

Arlington Seguin boys make up for inexperience with hustle

| |Friday, Jan. 17, 2014

With just three returners from last season’s district-champion team, the Cougars won their first five games in district by playing aggressive basketball.

Vols make a statement with win over North Crowley

| |Tuesday, Jan. 07, 2014

With high-scoring seniors Brandon Hall and David Chavlovich joined by potential game-changer Dante Hales, Bowie High went 5-0 to start district and defeated the defending district champs for the first time in six seasons.