The Kaufman varsity boys golf team got back to its winning ways Monday with a first place finish at the Crandall Invitational.
After a rough outing in the Corsicana Tournament two weeks ago, the Kaufman varsity softball team was in position to win the district opener last Tuesday before errors cost the team in a 5-2 home loss against Athens.
The Crandall varsity girls soccer team accomplished its first goal by winning the program’s first district championship in the final home match of its season last Tuesday.
Crandall senior Dami Frazier (5) scored one of the Lady Pirates’ two goals in their 2-0 win against Community last Tuesday. Frazier and senior Meaghan Byington (10) each also had an assist in the victory.
A Crandall Police Officer was arrested last week because of an alleged inappropriate relationship with a 16-year-old girl.
Margaret Rosetta Irby passed away in Van Zandt County on March 12, 2015.
Kaufman’s varsity boys gold golf team finished third in what head coach Willie Bailey called “very wet conditions” in the Van Zandt tournament Monday.
The Crandall varsity girls soccer team had a big night last Friday, as the team honored its five seniors then cruised to an 8-0 win against Quinlan Ford behind freshman Madison Pottorff’s four goals.
Crandall freshman Madison Pottorff tied the school’s single season goals record, which Alexis Gipson set last year, with four goals in last Friday’s 8-0 win.
After steamrolling through the first three matches of the district schedule, the Kaufman varsity boys soccer team came back to earth with a 1-0 win against Crandall and a loss against Ferris two weeks ago.
Austin - Representative Stuart Spitzer hosted the delegation from Kaufman County, who as usual represented the county in a big way again as one of the largest county delegations at the Capitol this session.
Amid letters of support from surrounding cities and various civic organizations, Kaufman County’s commissioners on Monday took another step toward creating a county wide central dispatch center.
Freshman Madison Pottorff, Crandall’s leading goal scorer, scored the lone goal in the Lady Pirates’ 1-0 win against Kaufman last Tuesday.
The Crandall varsity girls soccer team fell out of a first place tie in district and into a tie for second place by splitting last week’s matches with Kaufman and Ferris.
With each District 13-4A boys basketball season ending in the last two weeks, the district’s coaches released the All-District selections last week, which included Kaufman and Crandall players.
Thanks to the efforts of Spencer Distributing, L.P. in Palestine and K & J’s Family Market Exxon in Kaufman, Crandall High School and Principal David Williams were awarded a $500 ExxonMobil Educational Alliance grant. The district said the money will be used to further promote programs in Math and Science.
The Kaufman varsity boys golf team continued its impressive run through the season, with the gold team winning first in the Kaufman Invitational Golf Tournament by 26 strokes Monday.
Coming off a third consecutive Bi-District Championship, the Crandall varsity girls basketball had nine players honored by District 14-4A coaches for the All-District teams.
The Crandall varsity girls soccer team moved into a tie atop the district standings in its only game of last week with a 4-0 win against Community last Thursday.
A weather delay could not stop the Kaufman varsity boys soccer team from continuing to tear through District 10-4A competition with a 7-0 win against Sunnyvale last Wednesday.
Few Kaufman, Crandall or Scurry-Rosser teams got any games or practices in last week after the county shut down last week because of inclement weather.
For the first time in three years, the Kaufman varsity boys basketball team’s season ended without a trip to the playoffs, as a 78-72 loss against Athens eliminated Kaufman last Tuesday.
Crandall senior guard Demi Frazier made plenty of key plays for the Lady Pirates in last Friday’s playoff loss against Gilmer, including a layup that gave Crandall the lead in the final minute of regulation.
The Crandall varsity girls basketball team was .37 seconds away from winning its second playoff game of this postseason and moving onto the Regional Quarterfinals last Friday when the team was called for a foul on a three-pointer.
Senior Will Kennemer was one of the biggest reasons Crandall earned a playoff berth, as he established himself in the post more toward the end of district.