Krum Bobcats | Sports
Dave Campbell's Texas Football Live talks Denton-area football
The fine folks at Dave Campbell's Texas Football needed a fill-in guest to co-host Wednesday's episode of DCTF Live, so I jumped on the opportunity and, alongside the great Max Thompson, was able to highlight our football-rich area, including Guyer, Ryan and Argyle, as well as other strong programs.
Gunnoe, Grisso nab all-state selections
Softball/baseball roundup: Ryan run-rules Denton in district action
Basketball: 7 local boys teams in quest for state
On Tuesday night, the District 5-5A champion Ryan Lady Raiders (30-4) take on Birdville at 6:30 p. m. at Keller Central, trying to secure a berth in next weekend’s Class 5A Region I tournament in Snyder.
Baseball: Sanger rolls through Krum, set for tough test vs. No. 1 Argyle
Krum's lone run came in the top of the third when Sanger starter Bryson Bell walked three straight batters, which let Carter Marquis cross the plate after recording a single earlier in the frame.
Dallas Lincoln throttles Bobcats
For Krum, that task was too much to handle as defending Class 4A state champion Dallas Lincoln ran up and down the court at will en route to a 77-33 victory Monday night against the Bobcats at Lewisville High School. “They’re the defending state champions for a reason,” Krum coach Thomas Clay said. “We’ll root for them to win it all again.
Krum ousted from playoffs at hands of Dallas Lincoln
Johnson led the Lady Tigers’ charge with 17 points, and Taylor added 14. “Those two were tough, physical and athletic players,” Krum coach Lana Degelia said of Taylor and Johnson. “They forced a few turnovers and made it tough on us to score, especially in the second quarter.
Ryan rips Krum for 15th win
Allen said that while she wasn’t impressed with her team’s defense and overall poise in the second half, she felt the fast start was more than enough to show what Ryan is capable of. “We’ve been winning games, but I haven’t felt that type of energy or intensity so early in a game in a long time,” Allen said. “It’s been awhile, and it was good to see.
Sweetwater gets revenge against Krum
Rushing — KM: Brandon Reeves 24-244, Haeden Knight 15-130, SW: Jacoby Hunter 24-187, Chris Thompson 13-90, Alex Gsllrgos 7-29, Tristan Longoria 3-12, Lowell Willaims 1-5, Andrew Medina 1-1, Kobe Clark 1-0, Daniel Avila 1-0, Luke James 1--7.