Minimizing risk

David Minton /DRC
Ryan football coach Dave Henigan was at a meeting recently when a parent asked him about a new helmet that could prevent concussions. Like all coaches, Henigan’s job involves more than just the X’s and O’s of the game, and he insists on knowing how to reduce risk for his players.

Head in the game

If Jake Smith needs a reminder of what a concussion feels like, he only needs to take a quick look at his smartphone.


Second to none

Coming into this past baseball and softball season, Argyle’s Rixey Boyd and Sanger’s Morgan Turkoly couldn’t have been more opposite. Boyd was an unproven pitcher in an Eagles rotation that had lost two Division I arms, while Turkoly was a decorated star for the Lady Indians.

Guyer quarterback Robinson selects Horned Frogs

Returning home

Football: Ballard replaces Schuelke as Lions’ coach

Soccer: Denton promotes Hilborn to head job

District champs

The Crownover Cowboys picked up a pair of district championships on Saturday, winning both the boys' seventh and eighth grade titles. The eighth-grade team wrapped up a undefeated season by defeating Little Elm in the championship game, 51-35. The seventh grade team avenged its only loss in district play by defeating Myers in the title game, 35-21.

Middle school basketball roundup: Myers advances at tourney

Middle school basketball roundup: Crownover goes 10-0 to earn No. 1 seed

Middle school roundup: McGhie scores 27 in Crownover victory

Middle school roundup: Navo rallies past Harpool in battle of unbeatens

SendtoNews Videos