The Kaufman Lions varsity basketball teams have discovered a winning formula in recent games.
The Waco La Vega Pirates football team edged past the Kaufman Lions by the count of 14-10 to win an area round playoff game on Nov. 19 at Corsicana High School.
The Scurry-Rosser Wildcat varsity boys basketball team opened their new season in fine fashion as they convincingly won the Bland High School Tournament that was held Nov. 18 through Nov. 20.
The Kaufman High School varsity basketball teams have begun their respective 2021-22 seasons.
The District 18-3A volleyball coaches have announced their All-District selections for the 2021 season.
The Kaufman Lions varsity tennis team won their annual Fall Festival Tournament on Nov. 12 at Kaufman High School.
The Lovejoy Leopard football team proved to be the stronger competitor with their bi-district playoff game victory over Crandall on Nov. 12 at Lovejoy High School.
The Crandall High School cheer teams attended the North Texas Universal Cheer Association regional competition on Nov. 14.
The Gunter Tiger football team overpowered Scurry-Rosser to win the bi-district playoff game on Nov. 11 at Mesquite’s Memorial Stadium.
Led by a stifling and suffocating defensive performance, the Kaufman Lions football team won their bi-district playoff game over Dallas Carter by a count of 24-0 on Nov. 11 at Mesquite’s Hanby Stadium.
The Scurry-Rosser Lady Cat volleyball team saw their great 2021 season come to a close after a narrow four-set loss to Cameron Yoe High School in the area playoff round on Nov. 4. The set scores of this match were 25-12, 24-26, 25-23 and 28-26.
The Scurry-Rosser bass fishing teams were on Lake Palestine on Oct. 30.
Football playoff games at any level are thrilling and memorable.
The Crandall Pirate football team rolled past Greenville to clinch a playoff spot on Nov. 5 at Crandall High School.
The Scurry-Rosser Wildcat football team dominated Mildred to clinch a playoff spot on Nov. 5 at Mildred High School.
Kaufman’s Edwin Rivera and Kathryn Tucker earned medals at the UIL State Cross Country Meet on Nov. 6 at Old Settler’s Park in Round Rock, Texas.
The Kaufman Lion varsity football team lost to Melissa High School in the regular season finale for both teams on Nov. 5 at Melissa High School.
The Scurry-Rosser Wildcat football team emphatically kept their playoff hopes alive with a 63-0 shutout victory against Rice High School on Oct. 29 at Scurry-Rosser High School.
The Scurry-Rosser Lady Cats volleyball team won their fourth straight District title thanks to a perfect run through their District 18-3A competition.
The defending state champion Argyle Eagles football team defeated Kaufman on Oct. 29 by a count of 48-21. It was a rough night at the office for the home team.
The Kaufman Lady Lion volleyball team clinched a playoff spot with a straight sets victory over Quinlan Ford High School on Oct. 26. The set scores were 25-10, 25-22, and 25-15.
Led by their explosive and lethal offense, the Crandall Pirates football team pulled away in the second half to win a key road District 8-5A Division II game over Corsicana High School by a count of 63-40 on Oct. 29.
The Scurry-Rosser Wildcat football team picked up a shutout road victory by the count of 34-0 against Gateway Charter Academy Gators on Oct. 22.
The Royse City Bulldog football team outlasted Crandall by the count of 65-63 on Oct. 22 at Crandall High School.
In an intense regional quarterfinal playoff matchup, the Wills Point Tiger tennis team edged past Kaufman by the narrow score of 10-9 on Oct. 18 at Forney High School.
A talented Paris Wildcat football team handed Kaufman their first loss of this 2021 season on Oct. 22 at Paris High School.
The state-ranked Ennis Lions varsity football team proved to be too much for Crandall to handle in a District 8-5A Division II game on Oct. 15. This game was played at Ennis High School.
The Scurry-Rosser cross country program made some memorable history at the District 18-3A meet on Oct. 14.
The Palmer Bulldogs football team was able to pull away from Scurry-Rosser in the second half of their District 7-3A Division II game on Oct. 15. The Bulldogs would eventually win this game by a count of 51-32. This game was played at Scurry-Rosser High School.
The Crandall Pirate varsity cross country teams had strong performances at the District 13-5A Meet on Oct. 14. The District 13-5A meet took place at Myers Park in McKinney, Texas.
The Kaufman Lion tennis team used a workman like effort to win the area playoff championship over a tough Bullard High School squad on Oct. 15. The team won with an overall score of 15-4. This playoff matchup took place at Van High School.
Thanks to a second half comeback, the Blooming Grove Lions football team was able to slip past the Scurry-Rosser Wildcats by a count of 39-35 on Oct. 8; played at Blooming Grove High School.
The Kaufman Lion varsity cross country teams performed at a high level during the tough Dustin Rodriguez Run cross country meet on Oct. 7. This meet was hosted by Wylie High School.
The Scurry-Rosser Lady Cat volleyball team continues to win as they decisively dominate their District 18-3A opponents.
The Kaufman Lions brought home their seventh straight team tennis District Championship with an official 10-0 forfeit victory over Terrell on Oct. 5.
In another monster matchup between 4A area powers, the Kaufman Lion football team found a way to defeat Terrell 28-21 on Oct. 8. This victory was significant because it clinched a second consecutive playoff berth for the Lions.
The Forney Jackrabbit football team won a triple overtime thriller vs. the Crandall Pirates on Oct. 7 at Forney’s City Bank Stadium.
The young and inexperienced Scurry-Rosser cross country team competed at the Do it for Dom Eustace Invitational Meet on Sept. 30.
The Scurry-Rosser Lady Cat volleyball team is still perfect in District 18-3A action after victories over Eustace and Rice on Sept. 28 and Oct. 1 respectively.
This past week, the Kaufman Lady Lion volleyball team split matches vs. state ranked Farmersville and Quinlan.
The Kaufman Lady Lions varsity cross country team absolutely dominated the field at the Do it for Dom Eustace Invitational Meet on Sept. 30. Also, Kaufman’s Katie Tucker and Edwin Rivera proved to be the best individual runners at this meet with their victories in the two-mile and three-mile…
The Crandall Lady Pirate varsity volleyball team won two key District 13-5A matches over Royse City and West Mesquite on Sept. 28 and Oct. 1 respectively.
By using their full arsenal of weapons, the Kaufman Lions football team was able to roll past Carrolton Ranchview by a count of 60-16 on Sept. 30. This game was played at Standridge Stadium in Carrolton.
With the District 13-4A meet fast approaching, Kaufman cross country team runners wants to test themselves against some higher classification competition.
The Kaufman tennis team absolutely dominated play against 5A Tyler High School on Sept. 25.
The Kaufman Lion tennis team shut out Farmersville by the match score of 19-0 in the District 13-4A opener for both teams on Sept. 21.
It was a special day for the Scurry-Rosser cross country team at the Life Waxahachie Mustang Stampede meet on Sept. 23 as several Wildcat runners set new personal best time records at this meet.
Thanks to a strong second half scoring surge, the Crandall Pirate football team was able to demolish the North Forney Falcons in front of their home fans by a score of 71-43 on Sept. 24.
The Edgewood Bulldogs football team got a valuable road district victory when they defeated the Scurry-Rosser Wildcats 50-36 in the District 7-3A Division II opener for both teams on Sept. 24
The Scurry Rosser Lady Cat volleyball team swept both Blooming Grove and Mildred in straight sets on Sept. 21 and Sept. 24.
In front of a large and enthusiastic crowd, Kaufman hosted Anna on Sept. 24 in a matchup between two of the top 4A football teams in the DFW area.