HOLLAND — The Holland Hornets could attribute much of their success over the last few seasons to their defense.
ROCKDALE — The Rockdale Tigers (5-3, 3-1) picked off four passes, returning one for a touchdown, and held the Academy Bumblebees (6-3, 2-3) to just 44 yards rushing on 33 attempts during a 44-13 victory in District 11-3A-I action Friday night.
Success is nothing new for the Salado Eagles. The playoff berth they locked up last week was their fourth in five years under head coach Alan Haire.
ROGERS — Rogers outscored Lexington 26-13 in the second half and picked up its second district win of the season with a 33-27 victory over Lexington on Friday night in a District 13-3A-II matchup.
ROGERS — About three weeks after their first meeting needed five sets to determine a winner, the Rogers Lady Eagles and Caldwell Lady Hornets picked up Tuesday night right where they left off.
CAMERON — Few things at Cameron Yoe are more motivating than coming back the week after losing the treasured Milam County bell to Rockdale.
WACO — A third-quarter defensive stand in which Salado held the Waco Connally Cadets out of the end zone three times from the 1-yard line was the difference Friday night as the Eagles escaped with a 20-15 victory in District 9-4A-II action.
Of the many skills Graycee Mosley has honed during her development as a volleyball player is an ability to repeatedly wipe the slate clean — set after set, match after match.
ROGERS — In need of a spark to ignite a run after a mostly disappointing first five games, Rogers turned to Christian Riley, whose four touchdowns — three in the opening half — fueled the Eagles’ 43-7 win over the Clifton Cubs on Friday night at Merk Field.