Softball: District 6-6A Executive Committee to rule on Bridges' eligibility Tuesday
The District 6-6A executive committee will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Allen to rule on the eligibility of Guyer pitcher Tristan Bridges, Allen athletic officials confirmed Monday afternoon.
Notebook: TWU softball opens important series in New Mexico
Basketball: Six area players earn TABC all-state honors
Baseball roundup: No. 1 Argyle hits six home runs, remains unbeaten
No. 1 Argyle showed off an abundance of offensive firepower in a 14-0 win over Trimble Tech Friday afternoon, knocking in six home runs while holding the Bulldogs to just three hits.
Boys basketball: Four area players earn district MVP honors
After advancing to the Class 6A Region I final for the first time in program history and recording a school-record 38 wins, the Guyer boys basketball team took home four superlative honors from a loaded District 6-6A.
Baseball: Branum leads Guyer to shutout of Plano
Guyer's District 6-6A opener against Plano was a pitchers' duel between Cade Branum and Matt Foster through four innings. But after piling together a handful of quality at-bats and wearing Foster down, Guyer finally broke things open.
Baseball: Braswell sweeps Ryan to remain unbeaten in district
Softball roundup: Ponder uses big middle innings to top Whitesboro
Softball: Aubrey dominates Princeton in District 11-4A opener
If anyone is going to beat Aubrey in District 11-4A play this season, they will have to find a way to slow down sophomore Laney Roos — at the plate and in the circle.
Girls soccer: Lyons leads Guyer to playoff-clinching win over McKinney Boyd
Amber Lyons has been a star for Guyer all year. But in a key District 6-6A matchup, it was younger sister Allie Lyons who stepped up in a big way to spark the Lady Wildcats to a win Tuesday night.
Baseball: Denton remains unbeaten in 5-5A play, blanks Sherman 3-0
Softball roundup: Ponder shakes off late comeback attempt, tops Callisburg on the road
Girls basketball: Argyle wins fourth straight state title behind Standifer sisters, McKinney
Argyle coach Chance Westmoreland said his team didn't spend much time talking about winning a fourth straight state championship. Now, the Lady Eagles can't shy away from the accomplishment.