With the high school baseball season winding down, an entire class of seniors is facing the end of a chapter in their lives. For a particular pair of Euless Trinity players, it has been a much longer chapter than most.
Jeremy Fatheree knows his Northwest V.R. Eaton baseball team is playing with some equity. First-year varsity programs are not supposed to be contending for postseason berths anyway, right? But Eaton is.
The Hurst L.D. Bell and Euless Trinity gymnastics programs have once again shined in the run-up to state, with the girls teams from both schools advancing and individual boys reaching the tournament as well.
The NFL will have special guests announce Friday’s second- and third-round draft picks for respective teams, an honor the Dallas Cowboys are giving to former wide receiver Drew Pearson and linebacker Bradie James.
When you start a varsity baseball program, players and coaches don’t really know what to expect. Even so, Haslet Eaton junior catcher Colby Seltzer had some lofty expectations and is well on his way toward achieving them.
After being assessed a 4-shot penalty for a rules violation in the ANA Championship, an emotional Lexi Thompson addressed the media in her return to competition at the Volunteers of America Championship at Las Colinas Country Club Wednesday.
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Scenes from the TCU basketball party at Lupton Stadium