BRUCEVILLE-EDDY — The Bruceville-Eddy Lady Eagles began the second half of their district schedule Tuesday night, and Allissa Rodriguez was determined to keep her team on the right track after a strong league showing so far.
TROY — The Troy boys and girls basketball squads began Friday night with identical records as their District 19-3A counterparts from Rogers. And when both games were tied at halftime, the host Trojans and Trojanettes were eager to establish a bit of separation from their opponents on the flo…
LITTLE RIVER-ACADEMY — For the first 8 minutes of the game, Rogers appeared ready to make a statement against district power and rival Academy. The Lady Eagles went on a 7-2 burst over the final 2 minutes of the first quarter and led 12-6 entering the second frame.
When reviewing the landscape of a sports year nearing its calendar end, one of the aspects to look at are teams that accomplished something that their programs either have never done or hadn’t done in a really long time.
PORTER — Lampasas’ historic season is over. After posting a school record for wins and reaching the state semifinals for just the second time in school history, the Badgers’ hopes of reaching the championship game were dashed in the final seconds Friday night.
With his team set to play in one of the program’s most significant playoff games — a Class 4A Division I state semifinal versus Carthage on Friday night — Lampasas head coach Troy Rogers insists this is just another work week.