The Kaufman boy’s basketball team got their first district win on Friday at home against Ferris.
The Kaufman varsity tennis team played a tough 6A team last week.
Pictured left to right: Rodney Sample, Laleah Allal, Leal Sample, Coach Jason Bachtel, Paten Snell, Amy Snell, Kelan Snell, Leroy Snell Jr. Leal Sample signed his letter of intent to Tarleton State University for a football scholarship on Feb. 3. “I liked their campus,” Leal said. “Liked their school and I feel like I could go out there and do pretty good out there.” He plans to major in history and kinesiology so he can one day become a coach. Paten decided to sign with Stephen F. Austin University on a football scholarship. “It’s a great town,” Paten said. “Great school both academically and for athletics so it’s a great fit for me. I like the town down there. Everything worked out great.” Paten plans to try to get into the nursing program once at school.more »
Jordan Bryant decided to sign his letter of intent to South Western Oklahoma State University to play football. “When I went down there it was the right place for me,” Bryant said. “It just felt like home. The coaches were just great with me and everything. It was just a great place.” Bryant plans to study either criminal justice or business.more »
Allison Fuller decided to sign her letter of intent to play soccer and run cross country at LeTourneau University. “It’s a small school and that was really what I was looking for so it was appealing to what I actually really wanted and they offered me both cross country and soccer so that was kind of a dream since I was little to do that in college so when I had the opportunity I kind of took it.” She plans to major in kinesiology.more »
After a two-week slump, the Scurry-Rosser Lady Cats emerged with two wins last week to keep their playoff hopes alive.
The Kaufman Christian school is only in their first year having an archery program .
Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) offers competitive events for students similar to UIL. Students have over 40 categories they can choose to compete in, this year we had 4 students sign up to compete.
Kaufman head football coach and athletic director Craig Barker has accepted a coaching job at Tatum high school to be their head football coach and athletic director. His last day was on Friday. Tatum is east of Kilgore.
It has not been a good first round of district for the Kaufman boy’s basketball team as they are still searching for their first win in district play.
It was not a good week for the Kaufman Lady Lions basketball team as they let two close games slip away from them as the season is winding down.
The spring tennis season has begun in full swing the last two weeks for Kaufman.
After getting their one game from the week before cut short, the Kaufman boy’s soccer team was anxious to get into the flow of a two game a week schedule this week.
One way to get over a big loss is to go out and beat someone else just as bad. For the Kaufman Lady Lions soccer team, that is just what they did.
The Scurry-Rosser boy’s basketball team finally had a week without a suspenseful and close game.
Things did not go as planned last week for the Scurry-Rosser Lady Cats as they lost two games.
In a week where your team only plays one game, it helps if you win it.
The Crandall Lady Pirates basketball team couldn’t conquer the beast of the district for a second time last week as the team traveled to Ferris in a rematch on Jan. 26.
Coming off of a second place finish at their last tournament, the Crandall boy’s soccer team got a much-deserved break and only played one game last week.
It was a tough week for the Crandall Lady Pirates soccer team as they played at Mabank on Jan. 26.
It was a good week for the Crandall Lady Pirates basketball team as they not only won both their games but won them in convincing fashion.
The first week in district play wasn’t kind to the Kaufman boy’s basketball team as the Lions will be going into this week searching for their first district win.
When you play a district favorite and rival in the same week, chances are that those games will not be easy.
Sometimes it is good to lose big early in a team’s season just to let a team know how far they have to go.
It was a short week for the Kaufman boy’s soccer team this week in more ways than one.
It was a big weekend for the Crandall boy’s soccer team as they finished second at the Highway Five Invitational in Melissa/Anna.
The good times came to an end as the Crandall Lady Pirates suffered their first loses of the year in their last tournament of the year in Richardson.
It went from the highest of highs for the Scurry-Rosser boys basketball team on Tuesday to back down to earth on the road in Sunnyvale on Friday.
The week didn’t start great but it ended on the highest of highs for the Crandall boy’s basketball team.
It has been hard going for the Scurry-Rosser Lady Cats recently and especially last week.
It is that time of year for the cheer squads across the nation as competitions are under way.
With only one game played last week, the Kaufman Lady Lions basketball team made it count by winning their first game in district play against Athens.
In their one game leading up to district play, the Kaufman boys basketball team did not have the outcome they wanted but that does not mean all was bad.
The results were much more on track last week for the Kaufman boy’s soccer team in their second tournament at Palestine.
After a tough test to start district the week before, the Crandall Lady Pirates basketball team got their first win in district play last Friday in Mabank.
Is there any better way to start off district play than to get a win on the road at Mabank in front of a loud and raucous crowd?
It was a real up and down tournament for the Crandall boy’s soccer team last week in Palestine.
It has been a great start to the season so far for the Crandall Lady Pirates soccer team as they played in their first tournament of the season in Paris last week.
It was an up and down week for the Scurry-Rosser boy’s basketball team as they faced two tough tests in district play.
After two great wins last week, the Scurry-Rosser Lady Cats basketball team knew this week would test them.
Soccer is about finishing your chances and it just didn’t happen enough for the Kaufman Lady Lions soccer team this past weekend in Kennedale.
The start of district play didn’t go as smooth for the Kaufman Lady Lions girl’s basketball team as they would have liked on Friday.
Changing a bad trend is hard to do for a team this late in the season but for the Kaufman boy’s basketball team, the latest skid came to an end last Friday in Van.
It was a promising start for the Crandall boy’s soccer team last week at Princeton as the Pirates went 2-2.
One way to start off district play is to play the one team favored to win it with the reigning district MVP. That was how the Crandall Lady Pirates basketball team opened up theirs on Friday at home against Ferris.
When things have been so good all year for the Scurry-Rosser boy’s basketball team, a bad loss in district play might set a team back.
It was a great first week back from winter break for the Scurry-Rosser Lady Cat’s last week as they won both district games by double digits.
It was a learning experience for the Kaufman boy’s soccer team last week at their first tournament in Temple.
It is a trying period for the Kaufman Lions boy’s basketball team at this time as the team lost another tough game over the weekend at Wills Point.
Improvement does not always show up in scores or stats. If you have been to a Kaufman Lady Lions girl’s basketball game recently, things have gotten so much better since the beginning of the season.
Soccer season is under way as the Kaufman Lady Lions soccer team had their second scrimmage at home on Monday against Mansfield Timberview.
Things couldn’t have gone much better for the Scurry-Rosser Wildcats boy’s basketball team so far.
It was a grind it out affair last Saturday against Palmer that has been the Scurry-Rosser Lady Cats way this basketball season.
It was a tough stretch for the Crandall Lady Pirates basketball team last week as they played in five games over seven days.
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