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JHS Football: Time to renew season tickets
Jacksonville High School season ticket holders from 2013 can now renew, or have the option to change their seat locations, for the upcoming football season.
JHS youth football camp set for early Aug.
On Aug. 4 and 5 Jacksonville High School will be offering Tribe Football Camp, which is completely free for all participants.
Lots of individual instruction highlights JC Basketball Camp
A late morning ban of thundershowers that took up shop in Jacksonville on Monday may have put a damper on outdoor sporting events in the city, but it was business as usual inside of the Curtis Carroll Fieldhouse on the campus of Jacksonville College.
The college's boys and girls basketball camp kicked off on Monday morning with the morning session hosting boys and girls in grades 1-5.
Gonzalez says there are lessons to be learned from FIFA World Cup
Jacksonville College head men's and women's soccer coach, Rafael Gonzalez, has been watching World Cup play faithfully since the mid 80's.
So when he said Monday that the 2014 FIFA World Cup, currently nearing the end of the Group Stage in venues scattered throughout Brazil, was one of the best World Cup presentations that he could remember, one realized that the spectacle that is currently unfolding is truly a sporting event to be long remembered for soccer fans across the globe.
A trio of Eagles land on THSBCA's 3A all-state team
The announcement of the Texas High School Baseball Coaches' 3A all-state team last week saw a trio of Rusk Eagles included among the 54 young men who were tabbed for accolades.
Washburn aces No. 6 at Birmingham Forest
Junior Washburn logged his fourth career hole-in-one on June 10 at Birmingham Forest Golf Club in Rusk.
Bass transitioning to summer patterns
Summer has officially arrived and bass are quickly transitioning into summer patterns. Basically speaking, the bass are moving out of the back of coves and pockets. Also bass are moving off of the shallow flats headed back towards deeper water. Bass are moving back into the creeks and setting up on creek bends. Some bass are transitioning out from coves to main lake points, humps and ridges.
10 most intriguing high school football games of 2014
Officially today is the first day of summer and that means fall camp for most Texas schoolboy football teams is only about six weeks away.
With that in mind, let's take a sneak peak at 10 games involving local and area teams that seem very intriguing, at least at this early stage of things.
We'll scope 'em out in chronological order as it would be almost impossible to actually rank each game with so many unknowns floating around out there.
JTA Tomato Fest tennis results 2014
Sixty-one players from East Texas played in the Jacksonville Tomato Fest Tennis Tournament on June 14th.
16-3A Softball: Springer does Bullard proud, named MVP
Bullard Lady Panther ace and Texas Woman's University signee, Kristi “CoCo” Springer has been named as the District 16-3A Most Valuable Player, following a poll of the circuit's head coaches.
Springer went 19-3 during the 2014 campaign while posting an earned run average of .043.
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