D’Aundrey Bradley II was set to leave Texas to continue his college career with just a few days remaining before national signing day.
COLLEGE STATION — In the opening round of the ITA Kick-Off on Saturday, No. 11 Texas A&M shut out North Texas 4-0. After the Mean Green lost the doubles point, the Aggies took the next three singles decisions and the last three singles matches went unfinished..
HATTIESBURG, Miss. — Stopping Conference USA standout Tamara Jones was a focal point of North Texas coach Mike Petersen’s game plan against Southern Mississippi.
In each team’s final test before district play, Denton and Lake Dallas played to a scoreless tie Friday at Bronco Field. After shutting out Decatur 10-0 on Jan. 13, Denton senior goalkeeper Peyton Lenaburg...
The North Texas men’s basketball team finds itself in a familiar position heading into a game today against Southern Mississippi. The Mean Green posted their biggest win of the season Thursday, stunning...
Three years ago, Tyrus Johnson was sitting in the stands at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin watching Ryan take on Houston Yates in the Class 4A state semifinals. His older brother Sam was a starter for...
Down one point with 17 seconds to go after two free throws by Eastern New Mexico, TWU coach Beth Jillson didn’t want to take a timeout to allow the Zias to set their defense for the Pioneers’ final possession.She...
Add underinflated footballs to the list of incidents giving Bill Belichick a reputation for guile and playing above the rules. Softer footballs wouldn’t explain all of a rout that earned the New England Patriots a spot in the Super Bowl. But it’s another example of Belichick’s reputation of searching for edges and bending any rules until he gets caught.
In a teeter-totter District 5-5A matchup between Denton and Saginaw Chisholm Trail, the Broncos were led by 33 points from Emerson Espinoza, but it was crucial plays by Key’andre Hearvey and Edson Vasquez at the end of regulation and in overtime that helped Denton escape with a 65-64 victory Tuesday.
North Texas could have DeAndre Harris back in time for its game against Southern Mississippi on Saturday but will be without the combustible guard for Thursday’s home game against Louisiana Tech.UNT coach...
Tyrus Johnson wasn’t the least bit worried about the possibility of having to eat his words when he guaranteed this week that Ryan would beat Keller Central on Tuesday, but just for good measure, he made sure to back up what he said on the court. The 6-3 freshman guard poured in a game-high 24 points — 14 in the first half — and Ryan held Central to four points in the fourth quarter on its way to a dominating 71-33 win at Billy Ryan Gym.
KELLER — It isn’t often that district rivals play more than twice in a regular season. That is exactly what the Guyer and Keller girls did Tuesday night at Keller High School, thanks to a tournament meeting before District 5-6A play began in December.
Having a bye in the second week of the schedule is perfect timing for the TWU gymnastics team, which returns to action this weekend with a pair of meets 48 hours apart, including the Pioneers’ home debut.
WICHITA FALLS — Sophomore center Erin Maxwell recorded her second straight double-double to lead the Pioneers to one of the biggest upsets by beating No. 6 Midwestern State, 57-55, on the road at D.L. Ligon Coliseum in Wichita Falls.
NORFOLK, Va. — Facing Old Dominion on the road was going to be a daunting task for North Texas no matter the situation Saturday. What happened before tipoff made the challenge all the more difficult.
Lewis Caralla, who spent the past three seasons at Michigan, will be North Texas’ new strength and conditioning coach. Caralla announced on Twitter that he is leaving Michigan, where he is an assistant strength and conditioning coach, to join the staff at UNT.
Guyer went from doing everything it could to just keep the score close early in Friday’s District 5-6A showdown with Ryan to flat-out burying its crosstown rival in the second half en route to a 51-31 win.
After Denton edged Saginaw on the road Tuesday, coach Harold Jackson wanted to save the Broncos’ energy for Friday’s District 5-5A matchup against Wichita Falls. He held a light practice Wednesday to let his players rest their legs and focus on shooting. That extra energy and attention to shooting were on display in the third quarter as the Broncos outscored the Coyotes 19-9 en route to a 69-47 win, with Emerson Espinoza leading the way with 27 points to push Denton’s district record to 3-2.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — North Texas hoped to enter what might be its toughest stretch of the season with a load of momentum and at least a couple of conference wins on its resume. The Mean Green fell well short of that goal and suddenly are in a tough spot heading into a game today at Old Dominion.
The Crownover Lady Cowboys, behind the play of Callie Boyles, improved to 4-1 Thursday night in eighth-grade action with a 33-15 A-team triumph over the Harpool Lady Longhorns.
Riding a season-best three-game win streak during which they outscored each of their Lone Star Conference opponents by double digits, TWU had been hot. But on Thursday against Cameron, the Pioneers couldn’t keep up with the sharpshooting Aggies in the second half and lost 77-65 at Kitty Magee Arena.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — North Texas was in position to pick up a much-needed win Thursday. The Mean Green had a lead on the road at Charlotte, another team trying to work its way out of the Conference USA basement.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — A construction worker is dead after falling from a stage being built in a parking lot outside the University of Phoenix Stadium for a Super Bowl event.
The Iron Bridge Classic boys soccer tournament has gone through several changes since it was started by Guyer coach Cody Schroeder in the 2007 season. When the ninth annual event kicks off today, it will see perhaps the biggest change yet in a big development for the Denton school district, as it will feature all three DISD high schools for the first time.
PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz. (AP) — Major league baseball owners came together Wednesday for their annual January meeting in the desert with one big item on the agenda — honoring Bud Selig in his final gathering...