Several Kaufman High School athletes competed in the regional track meet last Friday and Saturday. Christian Rivera took second in both the 1600m and 3200m races, qualifying for the state track meet in both events. Meanwhile, Ellie Galan took sixth in the 3200m for the girls as Alondra Campa…
Kaufman High School held its fall sports banquet last week.
The Kaufman Lions varsity boys basketball team headed into district play last week with a 51-48 win over Crandall on Monday, Dec. 17.
Three Kaufman High School seniors signed letters of intent last Wednesday to play college sports. It was the first early signing day for 2019 graduates. Trey Collier will be play football at the University of Tulsa, left. Rebekah Pasquinelli signed to play volleyball at the University of Mar…
The 2018-19 Kaufman Lady Lions varsity girls basketball team includes, back from left, Coach Randi Haynes, Lexi Wrenn-2, Kyla West-33, Nicole Blevins-15, Kayla Sellers-34; and, front, Kylee Sisson-5, Jasmine Sellers-30, Avery Gunter-22 and Bre Saucedo-1.
Scurry-Rosser boys varsity basketball team got a dominant win over Dallas A Plus on Friday, Dec. 14.
Kaufman boys head into district basketball Friday after a pair of wins last week.
Twelve boys and 12 girls varsity basketball teams will be in Kaufman Dec. 27-28 for the annual Kaufman Holiday Tournament.
The host teams placed second in the middle school and high school divisions of the Kaufman Winter Invitational Archery Tournament Dec. 8, and Kaufman Christian School won the elementary division. Scurry-Rosser was the top middle school team.
The Kaufman Lady Lions opened district play last Tuesday night with a 42-29 victory over the Terrell Lady Tigers and lost to Mesquite Poteet 45-28 on Friday.
Kaufman Junior High basketball teams faced off against Royse City last Thursday night to open district play.
Scurry-Rosser varsity boys trailed most of the night but pulled ahead in the final minute last Tuesday to take a 58-56 basketball win over Wills Points.
Kaufman junior high boys basketball teams have kicked off the 2018-19 season and played games last week against Ennis.
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The Kaufman Lions won their two opening games in the Brownsboro tournament over the weekend and wound up in the third place game, where they were edged by a 12-1 Royse City team, 56-50.
Kaufman went 2-3 in the Edgewood Tournament Thursday through Saturday in the Lady Lions’ final basketball tune up for district play, which began Tuesday.
The Kaufman Lions won four of five games over a three-day stretch last week to improve to 5-5 on the season.
Kaufman Lady Lions started the week with a two-point overtime loss to Wills Point and rallied to win two games in the Wills Point tournament, avenging the loss to the host team.
Kaufman’s first foray into the world of Class 5A Texas football, that resulted in a runnerup finish in District 8-5A, has yielded recognition for the Lions in all-district voting.
Two members of the 2018 Kaufman Lady Lions volleyball team have been named first-team all-district in 13-5A. Two others made the second team and two are honorable mention. Ten were named to the all-academic team.
Scurry-Rosser varsity boys got a tough win over Grand Saline, 65-63, on Tuesday, Nov. 27.
The Kaufman Lady Lions moved to 4-1 on the season, splitting pre-holiday games last week with Crandall and Caddo Mills.
An old outdoors writer one wrote that his health was always better in the fall. I have thankfully been blessed with good health throughout my life, but I must agree, I always do feel better with the onset of cooler weather.
Scurry-Rosser varsity boys opened the 2018-19 basketball season with two wins.
The Kaufman fishing team posted a second place overall in the team division at Lake Fork on Nov. 10, missing first place by mere ounces to Royce City.
Though the official high school cross country season was completed with the running of the state championships in early November, Kaufman runners continue to fine-tune their skills.
The Kaufman varsity girls basketball team has opened the 2018-19 season 3-0.
Kaufman’s journey into the Class 5A playoffs was short-lived as the Lions lost to Lucas Lovejoy 45-29 in a bidistrict match Friday that featured almost 1,100 yards of offense.
The Kaufman tennis team hosted the Fall Festival Tournament on Nov. 6 (junior varsity) and Nov. 9 (varsity).
Kaufman’s first 5A high school football playoff game will be held in Kaufman, thanks to a new rule that gives higher seeds the home field advantage in the first round.
Kaufman Junior High football teams ran into some stiff competition in the zone playoffs to conclude the 2018 season last Tuesday.
The Scurry-Rosser High School football player of the week for Friday’s game with Rice Consolidated is Brandon Birmingham, presented by Adam Jasien with the Jasien Insurance Group.
The Scurry-Rosser Middle School archery team began its 2018-19 season at the Reagan Knights Fall Tournament in Grand Prairie Nov. 2-3 and won the middle school division. Team members include Garrett Adkison, Keigan Barron, Emily Bautista, JR Berryhill, Baylen Bodiford, Haley Busch, AJ Cates,…
The Scurry-Rosser Ladycats blazed past Grandview for the bidistrict volleyball championship last Tuesday in three games, 25-8, 25-22, 25-20.
The jump up to Class 5A didn’t stop the Kaufman cross country team from making it to the state meet and performing well.
Kaufman Junior High football teams completed North Zone play last week and were set to finish the season this week with playoff games against the South Zone.
Kaufman built a 17-0 halftime lead and then withstood a second half charge from Sulphur Springs to grab a key 30-21 district football win on the road Friday.
Royse City executed its ground game to the tune of 282 yards rushing, while limiting Kaufman’s running attack as the Lions suffered their second district loss Friday, 27-21.
Kaufman’s run in the state team tennis playoffs came to an end at the regional tournament on Thursday.
The Kaufman High School fishing team sent nine teams to compete at the Texas High School Bass Association Central Division tournament at Richland-Chambers Reservoir Saturday, Oct. 20.
Crandall senior Branson Bragg received his official jersey in a ceremony last Thursday at the high school for his participation in the Under Armour All-America football game in Orlando, Fla.
The Kaufman Lady Lions were edged in a hard-fought district volleyball playoff Saturday.
Kaufman boys cross country team will get the final race at Saturday’s state meet at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.
Kaufman Junior High football teams won three of four games with Ennis last Tuesday, while the 8th grade C team lost to Forney Warren.
The Scurry-Rosser Ladycat volleyball team has completed an undefeated district season. They dominated district 18-3A with an impressive 14-0 record.
Kaufman boys team qualified for the state cross country meet with a third-place finish, and the Lions’ Christian Rivera won the regional meet Monday.
Terrell returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown to thrill the home crowd and kept it close for a half before Kaufman pulled out a 31-7 win in the rivalry match Friday night.
The Kaufman Lions tennis team is headed to the regional tournament after victories in the area and regional quarterfinal rounds on Saturday and Monday.
The Kaufman player of the week for Oct. 12 against North Forney is Kevon Butler, presented by Adam Jasien with Jasien Insurance Group.
Kaufman Junior High football teams won all four games against Greenville last Tuesday.
The Kaufman Lady Lions headed into the final volleyball game of the regular season with a 5-6 district record, after falling to North Forney last Tuesday, Oct. 16 in four sets.