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Golf: Argyle on its way back to state
Finishing third at the Class 4A Region II golf tournament on Tuesday wasn't exactly what the Argyle boys had in mind, but it was enough to secure a return trip to the state tournament.
Softball: Despite solid pitching, Lake Dallas offense doesn't show up in loss
Volleyball: Lake Dallas hires Creekview's Mauterer as coach
Golf: Denton, Argyle, Lake Dallas in region tournament contention
The Denton Lady Broncos, the Argyle Eagles and the Lake Dallas Lady Falcons have some ground to make up but all three teams are in contention for a state tournament berth after the first day of play in regional tournament action Monday.
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.
Football: Falcons’ Boyce signs with Texas
Seven months later, Strong was fired after his third straight losing season and Tom Herman of Houston was hired to lead the Longhorn program. “I knew where I wanted to be since I committed last April,” Boyce said. “I was offered by Houston but never met coach Herman.
Track and field: Guyer, Lake Dallas athletes fall short of state meet
The top area finisher on Friday was Guyer junior Eni Akinniyi, who finished fourth in the 6A girls triple jump with a leap of 38 feet, 2 inches — 5 1/2 inches off third place with a chance to qualify as the wild card entrant at the state meet.
Basketball roundup: Chaps take second place in Bridgeport
Ryan (18-4) — Traeli Calhoun 16, JaKeiya Morgan 12, Tija Burns 7, Alexus Evans 7, Cyera Coleman 6, Kalei Forest 2. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Southeastern Missouri State commit Lexy Lake put on a show from behind the 3-point line, scoring 30 points — all on treys — to lead Mercer County (Ky. ) past Argyle 62-43 in the Pink and White Lady Classic.
College football: Former Liberty star on award watch list for Oklahoma St.
Baseball: Mistake-plagued Sanger suffers third-round playoff exit
Basketball roundup: Pilot Point wins district opener
Gray was a perfect 10-for-10 from the field in the first two quarters to lead the Lady Eagles to a 42-22 halftime lead, and Argyle coasted in the second half.