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Wed
10
Jan
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Lady Tigers finish 2-2 in Fidelity Classic

By TONI WALKER

HALLSVILLE – The Daingerfield Lady Tigers went 2-2 in the Fidelity Holiday Classic Girl’s Basketball Tournament at Hallsville on Dec. 28-29. In the teams’ final two tournament games on Dec. 29, Daingerfield defeated Pittsburg and lost to the Center Lady Roughnecks.

In the win over the Pittsburg Lady Pirates, Daingerfield fell behind early, losing by one at halftime, 21-20. Daingerfield outscored the Lady Pirates by one in the third period, but put the game away with a 22 point effort in the fourth period. The Lady Tigers’ effort gave them a 50-30 win and atoned for a three-point loss to Pittsburg earlier in the season.

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Wed
10
Jan
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Lady Tigers end break with win over Hughes Springs

By TONI WALKER

DAINGERFIELD – The Daingerfield Lady Tigers basketball team finished off a busy Christmas break with a win over 14-3A opponent and cross town rival Hughes Springs on Jan. 5. The games were played at Jesse Hanson Gymnasium in Daingerfield.

In the junior varsity game, the Lady Tigers fell just short as the Lady Mustangs prevailed, 26-20. Several Lady Tigers contributed in the game, including Tyler Hayden, who netted eight points for the Daingerfield to go with three rebounds and six steals. Also contributing for the Lady Tigers were KyasiaWilliams ( four points, eight rebounds, two steals) and Tori Bennet (three points, four rebounds, one steal). Demontisia Hendrix and Jamie Nix each scored two points in the effort.

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Wed
03
Jan
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Lady Tigers compete in Hallsville Fidelity Classic

By TONI WALKER

HALLSVILLE -- While their classmates were enjoying the last few days of 2017, the Daingerfield Lady Tigers basketball team was hitting the hardwood, competing in the Fidelity Classic at Hallsville High School Dec. 28-29.

In the teams’ first action on Thursday, Daingerfield defeated Pine Tree, 33-28, behind the offensive efforts of Mikayla Roberson. Roberson tallied 11 points and grabbed four rebounds. She also contributed a block and six steals while being credited with three assists. Treshawnti Howard added eight points, two rebounds, two assists, and a block in the win. Montrevia Durham, Kiara Robinson, TaQuasia Latchison, and DeSiree Coffey each contributed to the win, with Durham scoring six, Robinson and Latchison adding three points each, and Coffey adding two. Robinson also led the team in rebounds with seven.

 

Wed
27
Dec
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Brabham signs National Letter of Intent to West Point

By RICK COLEGROVE

Loyalty. Duty. Respect. Selfless Service. Honor. Integrity. Personal Courage.

Those words are the creed of the Army solider. Those words also describe Hunter Brabham. The senior from Hughes Springs signed a letter of intent to play football at West Point, located in New York, and serve his country, on Dec. 20. Brabham was extended an offer to play football for Army in June by Kevin Corless. Coach Corless is the assistant football coach/inside linebackers coach for the Black Knights.

Wed
27
Dec
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Karate students compete in Panther Invitational tourney

Students from the Killyon School of Isshin Ryu competed in the Panther Invitational held in Quinlan on Dec. 2. Students competing include (standing) Colton Vickery, Lisa O’Dell, Ian O’Dell, and Teresa Flemming. Seated are Wesley Spafford and Traeden Crowder, who also competed for the Killyon School. Not pictured are Shane Burnaman, Angela Green, Stephen Smith and Terry Gholston.

 

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Wed
27
Dec
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Three Tigers earn Academic All-State honors

By TONI WALKER

DAINGERFIELD -- The Daingerfield High School football team had three seniors named to the Academic All State Team, as named by the Texas High School Coaches Association. Tiger Reggie Jeter garnered second team honors. AJ Carroll and Jose Mendez each earned honorable mention nods.

To be nominated for Academic All-State, a student must meet certain criteria.

 

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Wed
13
Dec
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Lady Tigers narrowly fall in Spring Hill

By TONI WALKER
news@steelcountrybee.com

SPRING HILL – The Daingerfield Lady Tigers traveled to Spring Hill on Dec. 5. The junior varsity fell, 42-19, while the varsity squad narrowly fell to the Lady Panthers, 47-35.

In the junior varsity matchup, Jaimie Nix led the Lady Tigers with five points, while Demontesia Hendrix and Kyasia Williams each added four points in the loss.

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Wed
13
Dec
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Lady Tigers triumph in consolation bracket in Prairiland Tournament

By TONI WALKER
news@steelcountrybee.com

PRAIRILAND -- The Daingerfield Lady Tigers traveled to Prairiland on Nov. 30 - Dec. 2 to take part in the Prairiland Classic. The lady Tigers finished with a 2-2 record to win the consolation bracket.

The Lady Tigers opened the tournament on Nov. 30 with two-point loss to Avery at the buzzer. Tiger Mikayla Roberson netted 15 points for the Lady Tigers in the loss. The team then faced North Lamar, losing that contest 45-30. Roberson and Kiara Robinson lead Daingerfield in that contest with seven points each.

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Wed
13
Dec
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Mustangs earn District 8-3A superlatives

By TONI WALKER
news@steelcountrybee.com

HUGHES SPRINGS – Although the season did not go as planned, the Hughes Springs Mustangs still have reason to hold their head high. The team had 18 players honored with District 8-3A awards, with several players earning multiple spots on the awards list.

Sophomore quarterback Andrew Gaul was named Offensive Newcomer of the Year, while junior Logan Tenbrook was named a Utility Player of the Year.

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Wed
06
Dec
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Local players earn district volleyball honors

by TONI WALKER 

All-District Volleyball selections for District 14-3A have been announced, and multiple Mustangs and Tigers made the list.

Heading off the accolades are Hughes Springs senior Peyton Blythe, who garnered the Most Valuable Player nod. Joining Blythe with superlatives were Zoe Lanier, who took home the title of Top Blocker, and coach Tisha Thompson, who won Coach of the Year honors after leading the Mustangs to the school’s first ever volleyball district championship.

Hughes Springs had two members named to the First Team in Cypress Wright and Kennedi Northam.

 

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