PONDER — For the first time since 2012, the Ponder Lady Lions are playoff bound thanks to a senior class that pressed on throughout the team’s peaks and valleys.
Ponder’s Brady Anderson, seated, signed a national letter of intent to Texas A&M-Commerce to play basketball. Anderson, who has multiple all-district, all-area and all-state honors, was joined at the signing on Friday by, from left, Ponder High School Principal Shawn Simmons, parents Bryan and Lisa Anderson and Ponder basketball coach Jude Stanley.
HOWE — The Ponder Lions suffered their second shutout of the season Friday against Howe at raucous Bulldog Stadium, where the crowd was treated to a nearly flawless exhibition of football by the home team. The Howe Bulldogs won handily 49-0 after being up 35-0 at the end of the first half.
Another volleyball season is set to get underway today when Ryan travels to Little Elm to open the season in new Ryan head coach Nicholas Gay’s first game as the Lady Raiders’ head coach.On Tuesday, most...
After making the playoffs for the first time last season, the Ponder Lions will have a new coach at the helm as they attempt to extend the success they saw under former head coach Glen Schuelke, who resigned last week.
Ponder Lions’ Shane Scott needed only 60 pitches for a complete game no-hitter against the Callisburg Wildcats on Tuesday night in Ponder’s 9-0 victory.
ROCKWALL — Last season, Ponder sharpshooter Chase Harris hit a game-winning 3-pointer to beat the Van Alstyne Panthers 73-70 in a Class 2A area-round playoff game, on the way to the state championship.
The Guyer Wildcats won their first game as a member of District 5-6A, defeating Keller Fossil Ridge 82-37 on Friday behind Sean Choate’s 26 points.
CEDAR HILL — After splitting their first two games of the Cedar Hill tournament with a win over Arlington Lamar and a loss to Fort Smith (Ark.) Northside, the Guyer Wildcats lost their final game of the tournament, 68-58 to Southlake Carroll.
ARGYLE — Ponder’s Brady Anderson continues to find ways to get open in key moments. Then he takes over. The junior wing poured in a game-high 33 points Tuesday — including six 3-pointers — and scored all 20 of the Lions’ points in the second quarter in a 68-54 win at Argyle.
PONDER — A few weeks ago, Ponder’s Brady Anderson was busy leading the football team to its first playoff berth. The extended season, which ended in a first-round loss to Wall on Nov. 13, hardly slowed his expected transition to the basketball court as he scored 30 points in the team’s opener five days later.
ROUND ROCK — Pilot Point’s Diana Juarez turned in the top finish among Denton-area competitors Saturday at the state cross country meet.