The SFA volleyball team tallied a .469 attack percentage en route to a 3-0 victory (25-7, 25-14, 25-7) over the Lamar Cardinals on Friday afternoon inside Shelton Gymnasium. With the non-conference win, SFA’s record improves to 2-1 on the season.
The Bishop T.K. Gorman alumni, along with Dixon Golf, are teaming up to host the inaugural Crusader Slamdemic golf scramble on Saturday, Oct. 3, at the Peach Tree Golf Club on the Oak Hurst Golf Course in Bullard.
The 23rd annual Blueberry Golf Bash four-person scramble is just around the corner, with Woodland Hills Golf Course in Nacogdoches hosting the event on Friday, Oct. 16. The Blueberry Golf Bash, which is a program of the Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce, will get underway at 9 a.m. (sta…
The current pandemic may have put a damper on Angelina College athletics programs for the next full academic season, but supporters are already gearing up and preparing for the teams’ return in the fall of 2021.
BULLARD — Nacogdoches youth golfer Andrew Bird shot a 51 on Monday to finished seventh in the boys 9-10 age group at the NTPGA Junior Foundation East Texas Summer Area Golf Championship on Monday at Eagles’ Bluff Country Club.
The NTPGA Junior Golf Tournament continued with rounds played on Sunday in Gladewater and Monday in Tyler, with Nacogdoches 10U golfer Andrew Bird finishing third at Tempest Golf Club on Sunday.
Etech Global Services, a leading business provider of customer engagement solutions, announced a marketing partnership this week with professional golfer Davis Riley, Korn Ferry Tour winner.
HIDEAWAY — Nacogdoches junior golfer Andrew Bird finished second in the boys 9-10-year old Division of the Northern Texas PGA Junior East Area Prep Tour event at Hide-A-Way Lake Club on Monday.
A total of 143 SFA student-athletes were recognized as part of the Southland Conference Spring 2020 Commissioner’s Honor Roll, according to a release from the conference office on Monday.
The First Tee of the Piney Woods has announced signups for summer classes to increase the skill in playing golf for youths ages five to 17, announced executive director Jay Blint.
The sports staff at The Daily Sentinel understands the difficult times that not only student-athletes and coaches have been going through over the past couple of months, but also parents, family members and fans because of the effects of COVID-19 (coronavirus).