The Kaufman Lion varsity boys’ basketball team found a way to get past Community High School by a count of 47-37 on Jan. 5. With this victory, Kaufman improves to 9-3 overall and 2-0 in District 13-4A play. Community falls to 1-8 and 0-3 respectively.
During this past week, the Scurry-Rosser Wildcat boys basketball team continued to find success on the court as they toppled both Corsicana Mildred (57-43) on Jan. 5 and Blooming Grove (61-51) on Jan. 8.
Recently, the Scurry-Rosser Wildcat varsity boys basketball team registered two more big victories over Malakoff Cross-Roads High School (61-23), and Palmer High School (59-32).
When the Kaufman Lion varsity boys’ basketball team produces their best brand of basketball, they have discovered that they can beat anybody.
Thanks to a dramatic second half comeback, the Kaufman Lion boys’ basketball team was able to capture their District 13-4A opener by a count of 42-39 over Terrell on Dec. 18.
On Dec. 18, thanks to a balanced scoring attack, the Scurry-Rosser Wildcat boys basketball team was able to win their District 18-3A opener by a count of 57-45 over Kemp.
Kaufman Lady Lion senior Ellie Galan has to be smiling with satisfaction after she recently learned that she has received two prestigious honors.
The Scurry-Rosser varsity boys basketball team posted a 1-2 record during this past week in games against Quinlan, Blanc and Italy.
The Kaufman Lion varsity boys’ basketball team continues to play well in the non-district portion of their schedule.
The Scurry-Rosser Wildcat varsity boys basketball team remains undefeated so far this season thanks to victories over Cayuga (56-36) and Grand Saline (62-53 in overtime). These games took place on Dec. 1 and Dec. 4. After these victories, Scurry-Rosser is currently 4-0 on the season.
The Kaufman Lion varsity boys’ basketball team still has an unblemished record during the early stages of their 2020-21 season thanks to victories over Mesquite Poteet (60-42) and Canton (46-42) on Dec. 4 and Dec. 5 respectively.
The 2020-21 basketball seasons are underway for a few of our local teams.
In the last few weeks, the Kaufman Lady Lioncross country team has been running with a calm confidence, believing that when the competition gets tougher, they can and will perform at their highest level.
In the last few weeks, the Kaufman Lady Lion cross country team has been running with a calm confidence, believing that when the competition gets tougher, they can and will perform at their highest level.
The Kaufman Lady Lion Cross Country Team celebrates with their third-place trophy that they won at the 2020 UIL State Cross Country Meet on Nov. 24 in Round Rock.
Last week, a football team named the Cowboys qualified for the Super Bowl. No, it wasn’t the NFL Dallas Cowboys—it was the Kaufman County Cowboys.
In a game with huge playoff implications attached to it, the Royse City Bulldogs football team rolled past the Crandall Pirates by a count of 45-22 on Nov. 13.
Thanks to a touchdown in the final seconds, the Wilmer Hutchins Eagles were able to emerge victorious over the Kaufman Lions by a count of 31-28 on Nov. 13 in a Class 4A Division I bi-district playoff game at Forney’s City Bank Stadium. This game was definitely a true playoff thriller.
On Friday, Nov. 13, the state ranked Kaufman Lions tennis team battled another state ranked team from Hereford High School in the Class 4A UIL Team Tennis state semi-finals. These matches took place at the Hamilton Tennis Center in Wichita Falls.
It was a great day to be a Kaufman Lion indeed. On Nov. 10, the state ranked Kaufman Lion girls cross country team finished second overall at the Class 4A Region II Meet. By finishing in the top three of the overall standings, the Lions earned a trip to the UIL State Cross Country Meet as a team.
The state-ranked Kaufman Lion tennis team won the Class 4A Region II Title over state ranked Wills Point Nov. 9. These matches were played at Forney High School. The final match score was 10-5.
A balanced offensive attack vaulted top-ranked Ennis over Crandall by a count of 54-9 on Nov. 6.
The Melissa Cardinals’ high-octane offense pushed them past the Kaufman Lions by a count of 52-14 on Nov. 6.
Despite having the home court advantage, the Kaufman Lions lost a heartbreaker of a volleyball match in the area playoff round to Longview Spring Hill High School on Nov. 3. The set scores for the match were 19-25, 26-24, 20-25, 25-20, and 15-10.
The Scurry-Rosser volleyball team captured their third straight district title this season. Their 2020 final season record was 22-3. They lost in five sets to McGregor High School last week during the Bi-District Playoff Round.
The state powerhouse football team from Argyle High School defeated Kaufman High School by a count of 48-7 on Oct. 30.
On Oct. 27, the state ranked Kaufman Lion tennis team defeated Athens High School by a count of 11 matches to 0 to win the bi-district playoff title. Kaufman then defeated Bullard High School on Oct. 29 by a count of 16 matches to 3 to win the area playoff title.
The Kaufman Lions volleyball team can call themselves bi-district playoff champions after they stunned Van High School in a five-set thriller on Oct. 29.
In one of the wildest high school football games that you will ever see, talk, hear, or read about, the Crandall Pirates outlasted the Forney Jackrabbits in a four-overtime thriller by a count of 57-54 on Oct.31. This day was also special due to the fact that this was Crandall’s Homecoming Game.
It was a clean sweep of the team titles for the Kaufman cross country teams at the Grand Saline Invitational Meet on Oct. 22.
On a cold and wet Monday morning, the Kaufman Lion cross country teams swept the District 13-4A Team Titles in impressive fashion. This marks the 13th year in a row that the Kaufman cross country teams have captured the district title.
The Kaufman Lady Lion varsity volleyball team swept Terrell in straight sets on Oct. 20. This match was also significant because it was Senior Night for the five senior players on the Kaufman team this season.
The Scurry-Rosser Wildcat football team had a happy and successful Homecoming game as they rolled past Gateway Charter Academy by a count of 52-8 on Friday, Oct. 23.
Led by their powerful rushing attack, Paris defeated Kaufman by a count of 35-21 on Friday, Oct. 23.
The Kaufman Lion Cross Country girls continued their winning ways this season when they captured the team title in a dominating fashion at the Longview Spring Hill Meet on Friday, Oct. 16. An impressive 1-2-3-4 finish, along with runners who took 10th and11th, sealed the victory for the Lions.
In a hard-fought football game on Friday, Oct. 16, Palmer edged past Scurry-Rosser by a count of 21-14.
The state-ranked Kaufman Lion Varsity Tennis Team won their sixth straight District Title.
On Tuesday, Oct.6, the Kaufman Lady Lion volleyball team defeated Quinlan Ford in four sets by a count of 25-15, 25-22, 19-25, and 26-24. With this victory, Kaufman improves to 10-10 overall and 5-3 in District action.
The state-ranked Kaufman Lion girls won the team title at the Waxahachie Invitational Cross-Country Meet on Oct. 9.
This past week, the Kaufman junior varsity and junior high girls won team titles at a cross country meet hosted by Eustace High School.
The Kaufman Lady Lion Junior High Girls won the District 13-4A Championship in cross country on Saturday, Oct. 10. The District 13-4A Junior High Cross-Country Meet was hosted by Kaufman High School. Also, the Kaufman Junior High Boys finished a close second to Caddo Mills at the District Meet.
TERRELL -Thanks to the combination of a balanced offensive attack and a smothering defensive effort, Kaufman defeated Terrell by a count of 34-8 on Friday, Oct. 9.
Each year, the Kaufman Lion-Terrell Tiger football rivalry involves a wager between the two town Mayors. This is always done in fun and friendly spirit. This year's bet was agreed to have the loser sport the opposing school's jersey and don it in their family Christmas card. Happy rival week…
The freshman and JV football games scheduled for tonight in Terrell have been canceled.
The 2020 Major League Baseball season was unusual, to say the least. The COVID-19 pandemic halted Spring Training in its tracks, creating unknown and uncharted territory for fans, players, and owners. When play finally got underway, 119 days behind schedule, the product wasn’t exactly what f…
Thanks to the combination of a powerful running game and a strong defensive effort, the Kaufman Lion football team rolled past Carrolton Ranchview by a count of 56-6 on Friday evening. With the win, Kaufman improves to 2-4 overall and 2-0 in district play. Carrolton Ranchview falls to 0-4 an…
Ellie Galan led the Kaufman cross-country girls to a team win Oct. 1 as she won the race with a time of 14:03.Other noteworthy performances for the girls were turned in by Alondra Campos (second place with a time of 14:30), Barbara Ruiz (fourth with 14:52), Jocelyne Sanchez (sixth at 15:17),…
The Scurry-Rosser Wildcat varsity volleyball team is in the midst of what could be a magical 2020 season. As of Oct. 2, their record stands at a sparkling 17-1 overall and 9-0 in district play. Also, as of Sept. 29, the Wildcats are ranked fifth in the Texas Girls Coaches Association’s Class…
Kaufman defeated Terrell in straight sets by a count of 25-20, 25-7, and 25-22 on Sept. 29. Top performers in this match for Kaufman were Olivia Mohr (100% serving percentage on 15 attempts), Taylor Sandberg (5 kills and 3 blocks), Lilly Lancaster (5 kills), Lexi Esparza (3 blocks), and Reec…
Thanks to the combination of a powerful running game and a strong defensive effort, the Kaufman Lion football team rolled past Carrolton Ranchview by a count of 56-6 on Friday evening.
Anna — Thanks to an 18-yard field goal in overtime, the Kaufman Lions football team was able to secure an exciting 24-21 victory over Anna in the District opener for both teams on Sept. 25.