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Pilot Point, Aubrey renew Battle of 377
With the Chaparrals getting Washington State commit Gatlin Grisso back in all three phases of the game, first-year Pilot Point coach Danny David and the Bearcats will have their work cut out for them this week.
Football roundup: Argyle rolls past La Grange
Volleyball roundup: Ryan opens 5-5A play with sweep of Denison
Volleyball roundup: Krum continues dominating season, seek to make Peaster next victims
Guyer's Brooke Slusser was all over the court, as she recorded 18 assists, 10 digs and five kills. Jordyn Williams had a big game with 11 kills and six blocks.
Football capsules: Liberty Christian faces big challenge with Celina
What's on the line: Calvary struggled mightily offensively in a loss to Lucas Christian last week, and the Lions will need to get those issues ironed out as they face an explosive Waco Live Oak Classical Falcons squad.
Volleyball roundup: Guyer sweeps Argyle on the road
Ryan was able to pull away in the final two and take this one 26-24, 21-25, 25-16, 25-13. Ashley Schroeder and Taylor Terry led the Lady Raiders, as Schroeder recorded 14 kills and seven digs while Terry had 13 kills, two blocks and 21 digs.
This week's area games: Krum-Pilot Point clash will feature new coaches
The three combined for 4,497 total yards and 47 touchdowns and will look for a strong start against a tough Graham team that went two rounds deep last year and returns 14 starters.
Girls basketball: Ponder hires father and daughter to replace Greg Gay
amily means everything to Jim Avery. When Avery heard the news that Ponder girls basketball coach Greg Gay had resigned to take a job in Grapevine, he knew the school four miles down the road from his home would be an ideal fit for him. However, Avery had one condition -- his daughter, Ellyn Avery -- would need to be his assistant coach.
Football roundup: Liberty Christian knocks off Melissa
MELISSA — Andre Washington ran for touchdowns of 51 and 37 yards en route to 163 yards Friday as the Liberty Christian Warriors defeated Melissa 21-14 in both teams' season opener.