For the first time in NCAA FCS playoff history, two Texas squads squared off on the same field. And Saturday afternoon at Gayle & Tom Benson Stadium in San Antonio, Stephen F. Austin and the University of Incarnate Word had to play into overtime to see which team would move on to the rou…
Two of the best teams in Class 2A DI Region III squared off Friday night at Stephen F. Austin's Homer Bryce Stadium in a contest that was predicted to be a slugfest when the Timpson Bears tangled with the unbeaten Beckville Bearcats.
The Stephen F. Austin Ladyjack basketball team finished strong to avoid a late New Mexico comeback attempt and take their first game of the Van Chancellor Classic by a score of 71-66.
St. Louis University shot a blistering 58.3% (14-of-24) from the field in the first half to build a 12-point lead, then withstood a Stephen F. Austin challenge in the second half to edge the Lumberjacks, 79-68, in the Riviera Division championship of the Cancun Challenge Wednesday night insi…
Striped bass certainly won’t win any statewide popularity contests in Texas, but there are a handful of Lone Star lakes where Morone saxatilis kicks butt and grabs plenty of attention along the way.
Nacogdoches area girls basketball teams have been busy early on in their 2021-22 seasons. Local teams have experienced a lot of success, headed by the Central Heights Lady Blue Devils, who captured the title of the New Summerfield Tournament last weekend with a big win over Troup.
The Nacogdoches Dragons headed into the Thanksgiving break on a high note with a victory over Hudson on Tuesday, while Martinsville, Douglass and Chireno all picked up wins earlier this week to lead Nacogdoches area boys basketball action.
CANCUN, Mexico — The Stephen F. Austin Lumberjack basketball team improved to 4-1 on the young season, as they took down the University of Buffalo Bulls, 79-78, in Hard Rock Arena Tuesday night in SFA’s second game of the Cancun Challenge.
CHIRENO — In a battle between two teams separated by a mere 18 miles, it was the No. 22-ranked Woden Eagles who had the slight advantage over the No. 19-ranked Chireno Owls, 56-49, Tuesday night in Owl Gymnasium.
DOUGLASS — At times last season, the Douglass Lady Indians seemed to play at an almost perfect level defensively. But when they failed to advance to the state tournament, they knew they needed more.