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Tue
14
Feb
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Season ends for Lady Lions, Lady Dragons

By Kenny Mitchell

Publisher

The basketball season came to an end Monday night for the New Boston Lady Lions and the Redwater Lady Dragons.

The Lady Lions were upended by the Mount Pleasant Chapel Hill Lady Red Devils by a score of 82-41 in a game played at Rivercrest.

The Lady Lions were outscored 22-10 in the first quarter and had no answer for Chapel Hill’s Lyric Grissom, who scored 20 points in the 2nd quarter and went on to lead all scorers in the game with 26 points.

New Boston senior Madison Thomas was in beast mode despite the loss as she scored 24 points in the contest, including a pair of treys.

The Lady Dragons were knocked out of postseason play with a 56-36 loss to Winnsboro in Hallsville.

Karlee Carmony led the Lady Dragon effort with 15 points and senior Savannah Corbell was also in double figures with 11 points.

Tue
07
Feb
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A Day in the Life--NB Coach Keri Waide

By Allyson Pebsworth
Staff Reporter

Fri
03
Feb
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Buddy Ray hired as Pirates AD

By Kenny Mitchell

Publisher

The Simms ISD has a new Athletic Director and Head Football Coach this morning as the district has made the decision to elevate their program with the hiring of longtime Northeast Texas area coach Buddy Ray.

Coach Ray has had a storied career in this area leading several football programs to winning seasons, including DeKalb and over the last four years in his current role as the Defensive Coordinator for the New Boston Lions.

Simms ISD Superintendent Rex Burks told the Tribune this morning, “I have known Buddy Ray for a long time and he is a class act. He works well with the kids and will be a huge asset to our program and our school.”

Tue
24
Jan
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Winning with Whitt

Thu
19
Jan
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Big wins in district play for local squads

By Kenny Mitchell
Publisher

Tue
20
Dec
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Farmers Bank Donates Tunnel to HHS Athletic Boosters

Farmers Bank and Trust generously sponsored an indoor tunnel to be used at Hooks High School for gym sports and other Hooks ISD activities.
Pictured are, left to right, Brad Moore of Farmer’s Bank and Trust, Hooks athletic director Chris Birdwell and girl’s athletic director Neal Kiser.

Photo courtesy of Cara Craig

Wed
23
Nov
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Cardinals face Bremond Tigers Friday night in Bullard

By Kenny Mitchell
Publisher

Tue
22
Nov
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Saggione wins world title

Carrie Dean of Brandon, Mississippi, Sonya Buckner of Bastrop, Texas, and Niki Saggione of New Boston, Texas, captured the world championship titles in amateur team penning at the 2016 Lucas Oil American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show on November 19 in Oklahoma City.

Dean showed her American Quarter Horse Uno Sheza Cat. The 2010 chestnut mare, sired by WR This Cats Smart and out of Miss Badger Uno, was bred by Billy and Rosemary Atwood of Waetherford, Texas.

Buckner showed the American Quarter Horse Dualalilshucknjive owned by Tommy Buckner of Bastrop, Texas. The 2009 sorrel gelding, sired by Dual Pep and out of A Royal Quick Cat, was bred by JEB Partnership of Hickory Plains, Arkansas.

Saggione showed her American Quarter Horse Smartys Lil Boy. The 2003 sorrel gelding, sired by Smart Lil Scoot and out of Real Patty Freckles, was bred by S&S Farms of Oil City, Louisiana.

Fri
18
Nov
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Hornets and Cardinals play tonight

Two area football teams will tee it up tonight as they continue to play in the 2016 UIL High School Playoffs.

The Maud Cardinals will play the Evadale Rebels in Tatum, with pregame scheduled to start at 6:30 pm and kickoff at 7:00 pm. Announcing the game will be Brad Carlow and Tim Graham. The broadcast will be on KOOL FM 95.1.

The Hooks Hornets will play the Gunter Tigers in Royse City, with pregame scheduled to start at 7:00 pm and kickoff slated for 7:30 pm. Craig Mahar and Jeff Whitten will be broadcasting the game on KPGG FM 103.9.

Thu
10
Nov
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New Boston's Madison Thomas named district MVP

Following a season that saw the Lady Lions go deep into the postseason and earn an Area Championship, New Boston senior Madison Thomas was chosen as this year's Most Valuable Player and New Boston's Coach Haylee Houston was selected as the Coach of the Year.

Following is the complete list of district selections.

2016 Volleyball All-District

Most Valuable Player: Madison Thomas-Sr- New Boston- Unanimous

Offensive Most Valuable Player: Brelee Lawings-Jr- Paul Pewitt

Defensive Most Valuable Player: Emma Farquhar-Fr-Hooks

Most Valuable Setter : Hannah White-Sr-New Boston- Unanimous

Most Valuable Blocker: Lexie Frachiseur-Fr-Hooks

Newcomer of the Year: Peyton Hawkins-Jr-Paul Pewitt

Coach of the Year: Haylee Houston-New Boston

1st Team All-District:

  1. Lydia Makowiecki-Jr-Paul Pewitt-Unanimous

  2. McKenzee Thomas-Jr-New Boston-Unanimous

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