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Argyle powerlifter continues to draw crowds, sets national record
Nick Golden doesn't like to be the center of attention. But because everyone has been clamoring for a front-row seat to watch him at powerlifting meets, he might as well give them a show.
Basketball roundup: Ryan wins thriller in district opener vs. Sherman
Boys basketball: Schluter's 20 points help Ponder hold off late Argyle run
Basketball roundup: Lady Indians claim first district victory in dominating fashion
Sanger's powerful offense lifted it to its first win in District 9-4A, a 67-31 rout of Gainesville.
Basketball roundup: Guyer rebounds to top Arkansas Parkview at Whataburger Tournament
After suffering its first lost of the season in a 68-66 heartbreaker Friday night to Waxahachie, Guyer bounced back with a 59-52 win against Arkansas Parkview to claim third place in the Orange Division of the Whataburger Tournament.
Football: Ryan, Argyle rule all-district selections
Defensive End: Nile Moore, Turner, Sr. ; Quavon Mathis, The Colony, Jr. ; Junior Telodo, Little Elm, Sr. ; Telanio Evans, Lake Dallas, Jr. ; Caden Cooper, Prosper, Sr. ; Landon Teel, McKinney North, Jr.
Football: Ryan's Sanders, Bowman to compete at International Bowl
Football: Liberty Christian nabs Prestonwood assistant as head coach
Basketball roundup: Strong defensive effort pushes Aubrey Lady Chaps by Era
Aubrey used a strong defensive effort down the stretch in the fourth quarter and pulled away for a 51-46 victory against Era.
Girls basketball: Argyle survives second-half woes in 20-point victory over Trimble Tech
Argyle (13-3) lost its first matchup against Fort Worth Trimble Tech by five points in the Georgetown tournament last week, but avenged the loss on its home court with a 68-48 win over the Lady Bulldogs on Friday night.
Girls basketball: Fourth-quarter surge leads Denton past Lady Raiders
Boys Basketball: Krum keeps rolling with 64-38 win against district rival Sanger
Boys basketball: Denton surges late to hand No. 7 Argyle first loss
Behind a game-high 24 points from freshman CJ Luster and some suffocating defense, Denton handed Argyle its first loss in a 54-51 thriller that came down to the last second Tuesday night.