It was not the way that the Kaufman Lions tennis team wanted to end up for their last remaining team of players at the state level.
The Scurry-Rosser baseball team season came to an end in Mansfield against Brock over the weekend.
The Crandall baseball team lost their first round playoff series to Wills Point over the weekend.
In a win or go home scenario, things can go in unexpected ways for teams.
The Kaufman archery team competed at the state National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) tournament.
Two hundred and four high school bass fishing teams representing 47 schools in the central and west divisions of the Texas High School Bass Fishing Association met at the regional tournament at Richland Chambers Lake, Saturday, May 7th.
The Crandall softball team finally felt some heat after dominating games for almost two months in their first round playoff matchup against Emory Rains.
The Kaufman softball team lost both games last week in their playoff series against Van to end their season.
It was a less than perfect week in terms of results for the Kaufman baseball team but they will head into the playoffs with a 7-5 district record, good for second place in district.
It was a good way to end district play with a big win at Ferris on April 26 for the Crandall baseball team heading to the playoffs.
The season came to an end for the Scurry-Rosser softball team last week as they lost to Grandview in their first round playoff series at Red Oak.
The Scurry-Rosser baseball team lost their district play senior night to district power Sunnyvale.
It was a good couple of days for all three schools involved over the weekend at regional track meets.
You really couldn’t dream up a better or more dominating run through district than the Crandall softball had this season.
It was a sweet but bitter end for the majority of the Kaufman tennis team last week at the regional tournament.
It was a frustrating way to end the season for the Kaufman softball team as they lost their last two games against tough opponents.
You can not really ask for more than winning both district games in a week like Kaufman baseball did, especially to end it with a season sweep against a rival.
It wasn’t a fun week for the Crandall baseball team as they lost both district games last week.
Anything can happen in the playoffs and the Scurry-Rosser softball team is hoping that they can make some noise heading into their first round.
It was a good result for both Kaufman and Crandall’s track teams at area last Thursday in Emory Rains and in similar ways.
In a bye week, teams hope to win their one game since they will have a longer time before the next game with which to revel in their win or dwell in their loss.
The Kaufman golf team competed at the district meet on April 4-5 and the boys team did well enough to qualify for the regional tournament.
It wasn’t pretty but the Scurry-Rosser baseball team found ways to win their games last week.
There was a sign early on that the Kaufman softball team might be able to pull out a win against Athens when they took 2-1 lead after the first inning at home on April 12.
The most drama there was about Crandall softball team’s one game they played on Friday at Mabank was in the first inning.
An old habit reared its ugly head last week for the Crandall baseball team and it cost them some games.
It was a good showing by both Kaufman and Crandall on Wednesday and Thursday at the district 13-4A track meet in Crandall.
It was the last meet before the district meet this week and both Kaufman and Crandall track teams wanted to head into it with some good times.
The Kaufman golf team competed at the district meet on April 4-5.
It was a half inning away from being a perfect week for the Crandall baseball team.
If you wanted to see two games with extreme opposite results you got them with the Scurry-Rosser softball team last week.
If there was ever a perfect tournament performance by a team, the Kaufman tennis team achieved that.
The Scurry-Rosser baseball team had trouble finding their bats last week but still was able to win one and lose one.
Things couldn’t be much better for the Crandall softball team as they won all three of their games last week by comfortable margins.
It was a tough week for the Kaufman softball team.
It was not meant to be for the Crandall Lady Pirates soccer team as their playoff dream stopped in Sunnyvale on April 5 against district opponent Community.
When you win all of your games for the week, including coming from behind to beat your rival, things could not be much better for the Kaufman baseball team.
It is a hard way to have your season end for the Kaufman girl’s soccer team on April 5 against Paris.
In their third match up to decide who would go on to the regional semifinal, the Kaufman boys soccer team came out on the losing side to district rival Crandall.
It was a bittersweet week for the Crandall boy’s soccer team as they made school history for how far they went in the playoffs only for it to end abruptly.
It was a tough and brutal game for the Kaufman boy’s soccer team on Friday at home against Paris for them to win Area and continue their playoff run.
There is not a better way to head into the district tournament than to win a stacked tournament for the Kaufman tennis team.
With statewide testing last week, the Kaufman baseball team only played one game last week.
In what has been their closest game in nearly two months, the Kaufman girl’s soccer team came back from the brink of the end to win against North Lamar on Friday night to win Area and keep playing.
With the break in school testing last week, the Kaufman softball team played only one game last week on Friday at home.
It was a good week for the Crandall baseball team as they won both of their games last week.
It was another comfortable victory for the Crandall Lady Pirates soccer team as they won Area against Bonham on Friday to continue their season.
With only one game to play last week due to testing, the Crandall softball team made the most of it by run ruling Mabank in Mabank on Friday.
Despite the final score, it was not a comfortable win for the Crandall boy’s soccer team on Friday’s playoff game against North Lamar.
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