A former collegiate volleyball player with plenty of experience coaching on the club level, Nacogdoches’ Stephanie Bradford is looking to use that experience and associations with successful coaches as she takes over as head coach of the Nacogdoches Lady Dragon volleyball team.
LONGVIEW — After exploding through the Dixie Youth ‘O’ Zone district and regional tournaments, the Nacogdoches 12U All-Stars struggled this past weekend at the ‘O’ Zone State Championship Division I Series against Hallsville, falling in back-to-back games, 4-2 and 13-3.
LONGVIEW — Despite building a 2-0 lead in the first two innings of Friday night’s best-of-three opener against the Hallsville All-Stars, the Nacogdoches 12U All-Stars couldn’t slow the Bobcats when it was necessary in the late innings. Despite 15 of their batters striking out, Hallsville use…
Making the jump from a Texas Class 3A high school volleyball player to NCAA Division I action — during a COVID-19 season no less — might have been too much for some student-athletes to handle. But not for Nacogdoches’ Chloe Cook.
With the release of the of the 2021 schedule Monday, which is highlighted by an early season Central Heights Classic on Aug. 12-14, the Central Heights Lady Blue Devils will eye an eighth district title with matchups against a number of familiar foes.
The Lumberjack Soccer program announced another addition to its roster ahead of the 2021-22 season on Tuesday afternoon, as head coach Tony Minatta added Reaganne Crane to the team's ledger. Crane, an incoming freshman out of Prosper, Texas, comes to the 'Jacks after finishing her prep caree…
Chloe Reneau of Garrison and Ebbie McCann of Joaquin headlined the All-District 22-2A selections by being chosen to Co-Most Valuable Players honors to begin a list comprised of numerous area players from Garrison, Martinsville and Timpson.
Nacogdoches senior infielder Adejha Clark and junior infielder and pitcher Kayden Siers were among the players honored recently on the 16-5A All-District squads as selected by the league’s coaches.
A total of 11 SFA Track and Field student-athletes were recognized on the league’s All-Academic team, per a release from the conference office on Tuesday. The list recognizes the top academic performers in the league, and was comprised of 39 men and 45 women.