Football: Aubrey defense comes up big in victory over Canton
The Chaparrals' defense came up with three big stops, the biggest coming with just over five minutes left in the game, and Aubrey is headed to the second round of the Class 4A Division II playoffs
Football: Depperschmidt, Lake Dallas win in thrilling comeback
For a while on Friday night, it appeared a couple of big plays allowed by Lake Dallas’ secondary would doom the Falcons in their return to the postseason after a one-year hiatus.
Volleyball: TWU advances to LSC championship match
Volleyball: UNT advances to C-USA semifinals
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Football capsules: Aubrey faces tough challenge with Canton
Football: Guyer looks to remain unbeaten against Nelson
Volleyball: Krum's Rhett Robinson signs with UNT
Football: Raiders' playoff road starts with home game against Brewer
Volleyball: Improbable playoff run has Argyle eyeing state title
Volleyball: TWU oust Angelo State from LSC tournament
STEPHENVILLE -- Miri Shade posted a career-high 24 kills to go with 13 digs for her 10th double-double of the season, Katy Ranes tossed out a career-best 60 assists and Briley Cole-Lewis tallied 20 kills in TWU's 25-22, 25-23, 24-26, 25-19 win against No. 25 Angelo State Thursday in the first round of the Lone Star Conference tournament.
TWU's Desiree Phipps earns LSC offensive award
TWU's Martin named to all-region team
Volleyball: Argyle shocks Glen Rose to advance to state final
GARLAND — Glen Rose entered the Class 4A state tournament with a near-perfect record of 48-1, but Argyle had one thing the Lady Tigers didn't.
Basketball roundup: Lady Lions start home tournament 2-0
BELLS — Competing in the Bells tournament, the Aubrey Lady Chaps were not able to come back from a 34-12 deficit at halftime against Decatur in their opening game of the weekend.
Basketball roundup: Big second quarter propels Argyle over Liberty Christian
In the Schools: Nov. 15, 2017
Basketball: UNT rolls past Bethune-Cookman in first game without Gibson
North Texas entered a new era yet again Thursday. The Mean Green's first game of the season marked the debut of new coach Grant McCasland. It's third game brought a much less desirable beginning -- the Mean Green's first game without freshman guard Umoja Gibson.