Denton Broncos | Sports
Volleyball practices start Tuesday with several new coaches at helm
As high school volleyball teams begin practices Tuesday morning, it is clear that the players aren't the only ones eager to get started.
Denton-area schools mull latest buzz over some districts being pay-to-play
Baseball: Denton snags Permian's Jimmy Webster as new head coach
What does DCTF have to say about Denton area football in 2017?
What does Dave Campbell's Texas Football magazine have to say about football in the Denton area this year?
Baseball: Argyle dominates 9-4A all-district team
Argyle was well-represented on the District 9-4A all-district team, this after a dominating season where the Eagles won 25 games and strung together another deep playoff run.
Young anglers head to state tournament
The Denton teams have somewhat of a home-field advantage with the tournament being held at Ray Roberts, where the anglers already know their favorite spots on the lake to reel in their catches. “We need to just stick to the spots that we know, fish like we know how to,” Sorrells said.
Volleyball: Braswell one of many early storylines as tournaments resume
Volleyball: Ryan picks up sweeps over Aubrey and Woodrow Wilson
Baseball: Denton coach Nick Buck stepping down
Denton head coach Nick Buck is leaving Denton High, but he's not leaving baseball.
Track notebook: Denton unit working on legacy
On the boys side, Argyle senior Ben Splain enters the meet off a qualifying time of 9:58. 84, good for fourth-best. Springer is the No. 4 qualifier in the 1,600 with a time of 5:22. 93, while Rodgers is the sixth-best qualifier at 5:24. 97.
Volleyball: Liberty Christian controls Krum's late runs in sweep
Football: Braswell focused on the little things in first fall practice
Baseball: Denton eliminated in Game 2 with 7-1 loss to Aledo
SAGINAW - The first four innings of Game 2 of the Class 5A bi-district playoff series between Denton and Aledo looked as if the game might come down to the final outs as each team duked it out in a pitcher's duel. Denton's Wyatt Folsom and Aledo's Trevor Bruno each had opposing offenses on their heels, but it was Aledo's that woke from its slumber in the fifth inning with six runs on the way to a 7-1 victory to end the Broncos' season.