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Braswell, Lake Dallas on the move as UIL releases new cutoff numbers
Lake Dallas football coach Michael Young isn't completely sold on the University Interscholastic League's new class and division cutoff numbers, which were released Wednesday. But like many area coaches, he sees a light at the end of the tunnel.
Basketball roundup: Guyer opens up weekend with dominating victories
Volleyball: Krum's Robinson named 9-4A MVP as Denton-area stars shine on all-district lists
Basketball roundup: Standifer sisters put up big numbers, Argyle stays hot
Gabby Standifer (25) and younger sister Sydney (22) had outstanding shooting performances and continue to lead the Lady Eagles to success this young season.
Weekend Recap: Two Denton-area teams remain in high school playoffs
What started as eight Denton-area teams in this year's postseason is now down to two as we head into the third round -- the halfway point on the road to a state championship.
Football capsules: Argyle, Aubrey, Lake Dallas face area round challenges
Argyle, Aubrey and Lake Dallas survived the first week of the UIL state playoffs and will take the next step Friday and Saturday in the area round of the state title chase.
Football: Ryan looks to clear Highland Park hurdle in push for title game
Girls basketball: Denton girls dominate Sherman, lose leading scorer Means to injury
Basketball roundup: Schluter's 27 points propel Ponder by Ranchview
PONDER -- Ponder's Tye Schluter scored 27 points and the Lions used a 30 point second quarter to pull away for a lopsided 81-54 win over Carrollton Ranchview Tuesday afternoon.
Basketball roundup: Big second quarter propels Argyle over Liberty Christian
A tightly contested matchup resulted with Argyle coming out on top against Liberty Christian with the help of a big 21 point second quarter.
Basketball: Wilson leads No. 1 Guyer past Rockwall
Girls basketball: Ryan forces 22 turnovers in district win against Braswell
Basketball roundup: Sanger improves to 2-0 with commanding victory
PROSPER — The Argyle Lady Eagles' slow start in the first quarter proved costly, as they were held to just four points in the period.