High Schools | Sports
Burgen excited for new chapter, fresh start in Argyle
Argyle hired nine-time state champion coach Mark Burgen to lead the boys and girls golf program, replacing Brady Bell and Sammye Townsend.
Girls soccer: Braswell tabs new coach, Caleb Blakley
Football: Aubrey's Redfearn commits to UNT
Boys basketball: Krum promotes Wallace to replace Clay
Krum promoted Corey Wallace to take over the boy's basketball program after Thomas Clay stepped down to move closer to family. This will be Wallace's first head coaching job.
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Ryan girls soccer assistant Kendall Pryor named head coach
Ryan has promoted from within to fill its head coaching vacancy in girls soccer. Kendall Pryor, a semi-pro player and former standout at North Texas who spent the last four seasons as an assistant under former coach Brian Beddow, was promoted Monday. She becomes the third head coach in Lady Raiders' history.
Lake Dallas QB Sanders follows dad to Colleyville Heritage
Drew Sanders, a coveted college prospect who last season turned heads as a freshman in limited playing time as Lake Dallas' quarterback, has transferred to Colleyville Heritage.
A Call to Arms: Bridges, Mushinski stand atop DRC All-Area mountain
Football: Aubrey's Grisso commits to Washington State
Ponder's Hayworth to compete in International Finals Youth Rodeo
Ponder's Caly Hayworth will be one of more than 800 of the top high school rodeo athletes competing next week at the 25th annual International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee, Oklahoma.
A great legacy: Denton ISD athletic secretary Martha Crep retires
Former Denton school district athletic director Ken Purcell said Wednesday that the fanfare surrounding his retirement three years ago didn't come close to the send-off longtime athletic secretary Martha Crep just received. And for good reason.
Denton-area schools mull latest buzz over some districts being pay-to-play
Girls basketball: Ponder hires father and daughter to replace Greg Gay
Cowboys' Prescott hosts camp at Lake Dallas
While heavy rain forced the camp indoors to the gyms Saturday, Williams and the rest of the high-energy coaching staff members were able to adjust to the conditions and provide a good experience to kick off the weekend.