AUSTIN — Nothing came easy for the Argyle boys golf team during, or after, the final round of the Class 4A state tournament Tuesday at Onion Creek Club.
AUSTIN — Defending champion Argyle didn’t run away with the boys’ title on the first day of Class 4A State Golf Championship on Monday at the North Course of Onion Creek Club, but the Eagles established themselves as the team to beat despite less-than-stellar rounds from several of its top players.
If the Argyle boys soccer team can win today’s Class 4A Region I semifinal game, it will have eclipsed its furthest playoff run in program history as the Eagles have matched their 2011 campaign with their 5-1 win against Alvarado in Tuesday’s quarterfinal.
FORT WORTH — After Saturday’s shutout against Midlothian Heritage came on the shoulders of their hyper-aggressive offensive philosophy and solid execution, the Argyle Eagles had no reason to stray away...
ARGYLE — For much of the night on Tuesday, Argyle junior Connor Mushinski was having his way with the Sanger lineup.
As the Denton-area slate of playoff soccer kicks off today, Denton and Lake Dallas are set to rekindle a rivalry that saw the Lady Falcons end the Lady Broncos’ season 3-0 in the first round a year ago.
Vivian Gray and Madison Ralston, two key cogs in Argyle’s state championship win from earlier this month, highlight a trio of Denton-area standouts recently named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches all-state teams.
Last weekend, the Argyle Lady Eagles repeated as Class 4A state champions, and when the District 9-4A all-district team was released, the team was represented by its entire starting five.
Eighmy Dobbins thought she had her college volleyball career figured out when she committed to Division I Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
SAN ANTONIO — In Friday’s Class 4A semifinal, Argyle sophomore Gabby Standifer had what she called the “worst game of her life.”
ARGYLE — After losing a four-year starter and the only point guard he had ever coached at Argyle, Skip Townsend had a decision to make in the fall and, subsequently, a lot of work to do. The Lady Eagles, who begin play in the Class 4A state tournament with a semifinal against Liberty Hill on Friday in San Antonio, were without a natural point guard.
The teams are set, and the Denton-area will be well-represented at the UIL and TAPPS girls state basketball tournaments this weekend.
COMMERCE — After putting on what many would argue was a clinic in Saturday’s Class 4A Region II final, Argyle’s Vivian Gray insisted it wasn’t one of her better days on the court.
Two victories separate the Argyle Lady Eagles from a third straight trip to the state tournament, and four victories will give the Skip Townsend-coached squad its second consecutive state crown.
Seven Denton-area boys basketball teams begin the journey through the UIL playoffs tonight and tomorrow while two area girls teams move into the regional quarterfinals.
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS — Barring a shocking turn of events, it’s a fairly safe assumption the defending Class 4A state champions may not be tested much until the regional tournament — if at all.
Krum coach Stacey Lucas didn’t say it’s state or bust this season. But her team certainly looks the part.
For eight Denton-area girls basketball teams, the win-and-advance season, better known as the UIL state playoffs, gets under way today and tomorrow.
KRUM — Argyle can finally start thinking about the playoffs and defending its Class 4A state title from last year. Krum, on the other hand, must wait to see how its postseason road plays out.
ARGYLE — Football has always been a big part of life for J.C. Chalk. Chalk is the grandson of well-known college player and coach Gene Stallings, so in many ways he was born with the game coursing through his veins. Chalk just needed to find where his athletic skill set fit best.
ARGYLE — Seconds into Friday’s clash between top-five teams, it looked as if Sanger would provide the test to defending Class 4A champion Argyle the state poll would suggest.
HOUSTON — After Jamal Williams plunged into the end zone from 1 yard out to put Waco La Vega up 33-31 over Argyle with 11 seconds remaining in Friday’s Class 4A Division I state final, the Pirates’ weakest link — their kicking game — still had a job to do.
ARGYLE — As Argyle coach Todd Rodgers watched playoff brackets unfold over the last few weeks, his immediate thought was that Carthage might end up being one of the participants in today’s Class 4A Division I state title game.