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Kaufman athletes honored for fall sports achievements

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Kaufman High School held its fall sports banquet last week.

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Lions edge Crandall

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The Kaufman Lions varsity boys basketball team headed into district play last week with a 51-48 win over Crandall on Monday, Dec. 17.

Wildcats have little trouble in win

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Scurry-Rosser boys varsity basketball team got a dominant win over Dallas A Plus on Friday, Dec. 14.

Lions heading into district play after pair of wins in past week

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Kaufman boys head into district basketball Friday after a pair of wins last week.

Two dozen basketball teams gather for Kaufman holiday tournament

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Twelve boys and 12 girls varsity basketball teams will be in Kaufman Dec. 27-28 for the annual Kaufman Holiday Tournament.

Local squads capture high places in Kaufman archery tournament

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The host teams placed second in the middle school and high school divisions of the Kaufman Winter Invitational Archery Tournament Dec. 8, and …

Lady Lions topple Terrell

Lady Lions topple Terrell

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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 4…

Junior high hoops teams find victories hard to come by

Junior high hoops teams find victories hard to come by

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Kaufman Junior High basketball teams faced off against Royse City last Thursday night to open district play.

Wildcats breeze through tourney

Wildcats breeze through tourney

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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 Wil…

Junior high teams tangle with Ennis

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Kaufman junior high boys basketball teams have kicked off the 2018-19 season and played games last week against Ennis.

Lions splits games at Brownsboro

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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 w…

Lady Lions 2-3 at Edgewood

Lady Lions 2-3 at Edgewood

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Kaufman went 2-3 in the Edgewood Tournament Thursday through Saturday in the Lady Lions’ final basketball tune up for district play, which beg…

Lions bring home third place in Heritage hoops tournament

Lions bring home third place in Heritage hoops tournament

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The Kaufman Lions won four of five games over a three-day stretch last week to improve to 5-5 on the season.

After narrow overtime loss, Kaufman girls gain payback

After narrow overtime loss, Kaufman girls gain payback

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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, …

Kaufman’s 5A football success rewarded with all-district picks

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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 …

Lady Lions recognized in all-district volleyball

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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 a…

Wildcats outlast Indians

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Scurry-Rosser varsity boys got a tough win over Grand Saline, 65-63, on Tuesday, Nov. 27.

Lady Lions split games, improve record to 4-1

Lady Lions split games, improve record to 4-1

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The Kaufman Lady Lions moved to 4-1 on the season, splitting pre-holiday games last week with Crandall and Caddo Mills.

Fall best season for fun

Fall best season for fun

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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 …

Wildcat boys open season with wins

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Scurry-Rosser varsity boys opened the 2018-19 basketball season with two wins.