The Douglass Lady Indians claimed the top spot in the girls' race, while the Indians came in second in the boys' competition in a high-contested District 22-2A Cross Country Meet on Tuesday, Oct. 12. Both teams earned spots at the Class 2A Region III Meet next week.
A pair of 1-0 home wins against UT-Rio Grande Valley and Lamar — including a final-minute goal against the Cardinals — over the weekend for the Stephen F. Austin soccer team moved the Lumberjacks within one win of their first Western Athletic Conference Southwest Division title, as the ‘Jack…
BEAUMONT — The Stephen F. Austin volleyball team got back on track in the win column on Saturday afternoon, dispatching Western Athletic Conference foe Lamar in four sets to improve to 13-4 overall and 4-1 in league play. SFA won by scores of 25-17,19-25, 25-18, 29-27 in the match.
For three Nacogdoches women, the 125th Boston Marathon was an experience they’ll never forget. Competing against themselves, a field of some 15,375 athletes last Monday, as they have to overcome the physical and mental tasks of running 26 miles and 385 yards.
A number of Central Heights High School cross country runners will be advancing to the Class 3A Region III Meet in Huntsville on Oct. 25 after earning the right with strong performances at the District 21-3A Cross Country Meet this week.
The Nacogdoches varsity girls, led by Kelsey Villatoro’s ninth overall finish, scores 63 points to place third at the District 16-5A Cross Country Meet held Thursday in Lufkin. The Dragon boys placed fourth at the competition with 102 points.
Wins earlier in district play against Pine Tree or Mount Pleasant would have been huge for the Nacogdoches Dragon football team, who now find themselves in almost must-win situations in their final four games of the season to have a legitimate chance to make the Class 5A DII playoffs.