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Tribe Tennis: De La Rosa, Mireles excel in Nac tourney
Bryan De La Rosa and Lorena Mireles notched second-place finishes, respectively, in the Nacogdoches Tournament which took place on Friday.
Most of the matches were completed before the skies opened up; however a few competitions were not played in their entirety.
De La Rosa posted three-straight victories in boys “B' singles.
Jaguar tennis squad dumps D-II Dallas Baptist, 9-0
The Jacksonville College mens tennis unit gave an impressive performance in front of the hometown crowd Friday when they doused Dallas Baptist University (DBU), 9-0, at the Frances White Tennis Complex at Jacksonville High School.
Jacksonville Soccer Association gets set for opening day
The Jacksonville Soccer Association (JSA) will open the spring season on Saturday with a full slate of games scheduled to take place at the organization's complex on Byrd Road.
No. 5 Alto pounds Douglass, 22-0
The No. 5-ranked Lady Jackets from Alto smacked out 12 hits and took advantage of seven Douglass errors in a 22-0 win over Douglass at Lady Jacket Park Tuesday afternoon.
Winter weather forces JHS athletics to alter schedule
The wintery weather conditions have resulted in a couple of changes to the Jacksonville High School athletic schedule, according to spokeswoman, Deena Brand.
Doug Jordan Relays: Jacksonville boys, Bullard girls win team titles
Although it is early in the track and field season, the Jacksonville Indians and the Bullard Lady Panthers appeared to be in late-season form on Thursday when the squads won their respective divisions of the Doug Jordan Relays, held at Eagle Stadium in Rusk.
Bullard softball game canceled
Bullard's non-district softball game against Nacogdoches, slated to be played this evening at Lady Panther Park, has been canceled due to inclement weather in Bullard.
Weather forces postponements in Rusk baseball/softball games
The continued inclement weather has forced two games to be moved on the Rusk High School athletic calender.
Fightin' Maiden softball finishes 2nd in Tyler Tournament
Jacksonville brought home the runner-up trophy from the Tyler Tournament this past weekend, after going 1-1-1 on Saturday.
Tribe diamond boys shutout Edgewood, 10-0
Mason Smith collected three hits and drove in a pair of Indians to help propel Jacksonville to a 10-0 blanking of Edgewood Saturday in closing day action of the Jacksonville ndian Classic at Summers Norman Field.
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