It was a loss that left the Kaufman boys basketball team drained, physically and emotionally.
The Kaufman girls track team grabbed second place Friday at the Graham Knowles Relays at Pine Tree High School.
Kaufman High School boys basketball is venturing into welcome but uncharted territory under head coach Matt McLaughlin.
The fourth open tournament in the Central Division of the Texas High School Bass Association found most of the Kaufman team scrambling for a good pattern on Lake Ray Hubbard on Feb. 22.
Scurry-Rosser girls basketball entered the playoffs facing an all too familiar opponent in Maypearl High School. The Wildcats were able to oust Maypearl, 49-44, in last postseason’s Bi-District round, reaching the Area Round before losing to Buffalo High School, 52-33.
The Kaufman boys basketball team won against Ennis on Monday night, moving the Lions into UIL Area competition.
Kaufman High School baseball alumni took on the Lions in a fundraising game and homerun derby on Saturday, Feb. 15. The alumni defeated the freshman-JV team 10-1.
The Scurry-Rosser boys basketball team had a sweet Valentine’s day, winning in double overtime to finish their home season.
Scurry-Rosser boys basketball stormed to a big win against Kemp last week, scoring a 74-26 victory.
The Kaufman Tennis Team participated in the Waxahachie Tennis Tournament on Jan. 30 and the Rockwall Frozen Ball Tournament on Jan. 31. Many members of the junior varsity and varsity squads returned home with some well-deserved hardware in hand.
Adisyn Abanilla is the winner of this year’s most valuable player in volleyball awarded earlier this month at the fall Kaufman High School awards banquet. She also won several other awards, including volleyball most valuable player and Academic All-State honors.
Christian Rivera and Ellie Galan are the most valuable players for this fall’s 2019 cross-country team for Kaufman High School. The duo received their awards earlier this month at the fall sports awards ceremony.
The annual Polar Bear Tournament was this past weekend in Sunnyvale. Twnety-four student athletes from Kaufman High School and Junior High participated in the tournament. In the 18U boys singles division, Kaufman's Cristian Gutierrez finished second behind Forney's Cody Bui. Eli Frosch place…
With Christmas break completed, local basketball teams are hitting the floor hard to try to move into post-season play in February.
District 18-3A coaches have voted and the 2019 All-District Volleyball team and awards are official.
The votes for the 2019 District 9-4A All District Football Awards are in, and local sports fans may recognize some of the names. District leader Crandall led the way with three players and one coach being recognized.
After a string of tough losses last week, the Scurry-Rosser Wildcats pulled out a key win against Grand Saline at the Wills Point tournament, and they’re now even going into the final games of 2019.
It was a tale of two very different halves last Thursday night at Crandall High School. Kaufman controlled the ball for the majority of the first half but could not capitalize and had only one shot on goal that went wide to the left. Despite being on their heels defensively, Crandall scored …
The Kaufman tennis program experienced many highs this season on their way to being crowned Area Champs in October. The continued success of the tennis program has a lot to do with the coaches Kaufman has on its staff, and for the second time in four years, coach Michael Lott was named Coach…
With defeats of Milford, Covington and Dallas A Plus, the Scurry-Rosser Wildcats cruised to a tournament championship Saturday in Avalon.
When the Crandall Pirates took the field in Tyler Rose stadium on Friday afternoon to compete against the Carthage Bulldogs, it was the first time the team had advanced to the third round of the playoffs since well before any of the players had been alive.
The Kaufman High School varsity basketball squads have enjoyed a strong start to the season, stringing together multiple wins as they begin pre-district pay.
The Scurry-Rosser Wildcat volleyball team wrapped up its season with a bi-district title in hand and a 32-7 overall record.
Just one week removed from capping off their district championship season with a 52-28 win over Athens, the Crandall Pirates returned to Bruce Field as the number one seed in 4A District 9 to take on the fourth seed of District 10, the Kilgore Bulldogs. Although Kilgore finished the night wi…
The Kaufman High School boys cross country team and two individual girls from the girls team competed at the state meet on Saturday. This appearance marked the 12th consecutive time runners from the Kaufman teams have advanced to state.
The Crandall Pirates finished their regular season with an undefeated district record after putting away Athens 52-28 last Friday.
Seniors Cooper Garrison and Ethan Thurston weighed in three fish that weighed 10.36 pounds for 11th place in the second Texas High School Bass Association Central Division Open on Oct. 19. Jaxen Perrin and Brianna Glasgow also competed at the event, finishing 21st with three bass that weighe…
The Scurry-Rosser volleyball team has wrapped up its district season as the district champions. The team is currently 32-5 and put together an undefeated 14-0 district record without losing a single set. Following their district win, the Wildcats faced RioVista for the bi-district championsh…
The Kaufman Lions put a satisfying grace note on a challenging season with a comeback win over the Sulphur Springs Wildcats on Senior Night in the final home game of the season.
The Kaufman High School cross country teams competed in the Region II 5A Championship meet on Monday and, following some strong performances, many of them are state bound.
The Kaufman tennis team won the Class 5A Region 2 area championship after beating out Jacksonville last week.
The 2019 season opener for the Texas High School Bass Association started for the Central Division at Lake Palestine on a hot and windy Saturday.
The Scurry-Rosser varsity volleyball team is continuing what has become a landmark season for the district as they head into their final four district games boasting a spotless 9-0 district record. Not once has their dominance even been challenged in district play; the team hasn’t even lost …
Friday night was a big one for the Crandall Pirates. It was the team’s first game on their own turf since August, their district opener against the undefeated Mabank Panthers, and their most well-attended game of the season: homecoming.
Following a bye week for Kaufman and Crandall and a 38-28 loss to Edgewood for Scurry-Rosser, high school football teams across the county have reached the halfway point of their regular seasons. And for any of them to see the postseason, the second half of the regular season will need to go…
After a pre-game Homecoming performance by the Kaufman High School Marching Lions, the Lion football team went in search of its first win of the season for the 2019 Homecoming game.
Last week’s competition marked another in a lengthening string of successful outings for the Kaufman High School cross country team.
The Kaufman teams have had a particularly strong season so far, and have continued to build off of their momentum built up in pre-district play.
Austyn Booth motored to a fast finish in Saturday’s Crandall Pirate Cross County Invitational, winning the 5K race with a time of 17:16.06. Overall, the boys team took third at the meet with 95 points, behind Wills Point, which took the team title, and Cristo Rey Dallas in second place.
The Kaufman Lions’ early season struggles continued Friday night as they lost their district opener to the Ennis Lions.
At a 16-5 record heading into district play, the Scurry-Rosser Wildcat volleyball team is off to a strong start in its 2019 season.
In the home-opening game for the Kaufman Lions on Friday, the Crandall Pirates took the ball and ran with it.
It was a tough start to the season for the Lions as they traveled to Tyler Rose Stadium to take a 45-10 loss to the Lindale Eagles. This week, the Lions hope to reset as they prepare for their game with old rivals the Crandall Pirates in a Kaufman County dustup this Friday.
Coming off of a bi-district championship season, the Scurry-Rosser Wildcat volleyball team is in a bit of a rebuilding stage.
Following last year's 3-6 season and staring down the same tough district with a lot of younger players manning both sides of the ball, the Scurry-Rosser Wildcats will have to work a lot harder to make the postseason than many other Kaufman County teams.
The Kaufman High School volleyball team is riding high following its first win of the season over Grand Saline last week.
After making it to the postseason in their debut season on the 5A stage, the Kaufman Lion football team is looking to transition into another successful year with head coach Jeramy Burleson remaining at the helm.
The Kaufman tennis team kicked off the season with a tough week of play.
With 11 straight district championships under their belt, the number one thing on every Kaufman cross country runner’s mind is making it to number 12.
While the Crandall Pirates have looked good in their first two weeks of football practice this year, there’s “1,000 miles to go” before the end of the season and post-season play, Head Coach Joe Cary told his players last week as the team was preparing for the Aug. 30 opener against Chapel H…