After finishing second in District 11-4A, the Godley Lady Cats are scheduled to open the playoffs tonight against North Dallas.
In the playoffs for a fifth season in a row, the Rio Vista Lady Eagles are scheduled to open the Class 2A playoffs Thursday with a bi-district showdown against Trenton.
Cleburne's Scotty Walden, who has served as the Southern Miss interim head football interim coach since Sept. 7, was announced today as the head football coach at Austin Peay State University.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are the lone remaining undefeated team in the NFL. And they might not even be in first place in their own division after Sunday.
Every time the Godley Wildcats take the field this season, senior defensive back Clayton West makes sure to soak in every moment because a little more than a year ago he was unsure what his future held.
BURLESON — After scoring 20 points in the first half on the No. 6-ranked Wolves’ vaunted defense, the Burleson Elks couldn’t keep the momentum going in the second half in a 46-27 loss to Mansfield Timberview on Friday at Burleson ISD Stadium.
Cleburne used a 21-3 scoring burst in the final 4:11 of the first half to turn a 28-21 lead into a 49-24 halftime advantage en route to a 76-31 victory over Joshua on homecoming Friday.
The Texas AirHogs, a longtime member of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball, have terminated their membership in the league effective immediately.
Cleburne’s Trey Archer continued his strong senior season with a first-place finish last weekend at the Cleburne Fall Classic at Cleburne Golf Links.
After four road games to open the season, the Cleburne Yellow Jackets are finally set to play a home game at Yellow Jacket Stadium when they host Joshua for homecoming Friday.
The Rio Vista Eagles and Tolar Rattlers are scheduled to square off Friday in a key District 7-2A Division I showdown with heavy playoff implications.
The Grandview Lady Zebras overcame an early deficit to storm back for a thrilling five-set victory Tuesday night at Maypearl to clinch at least a share of the District 9-3A title.
Burleson Centennial’s varsity football district opener Friday against Mansfield Summit is canceled because of COVID-19, the Spartans' second consecutive game to be canceled.
After a disappointing 3-0 loss Friday at Joshua, the Cleburne Lady Jackets bounced back with a thorough straight-set sweep of Ennis on Tuesday night at Jeff D. Cody Arena.
The Burleson Elks rolled up 596 yards of total offense on their way to a district-opening 69-14 victory over the Joshua Owls on Friday at Owl Stadium.
Cleburne trailed No. 7-ranked Mansfield Timberview by just four points heading into the fourth quarter, but the Yellow Jackets came up a couple plays short as the Wolves held on for a 27-18 victory Friday at Vernon Newsom Stadium to kick off District 5-5A Division II play.
After a 3-0 start to the season, the difficulty level increases this week for the Cleburne Yellow Jackets in their district opener Friday at No. 7 Mansfield Timberview.
After Cleburne tennis ended a five-year playoff drought last year, the Yellow Jackets and Lady Jackets have now punched their postseason ticket in back-to-back seasons.
The Grandview Zebras and West Trojans are scheduled to square off Friday with the winner taking hold of District 7-3A Division I.
The Godley Wildcats and Ferris Yellow Jackets are set to do battle for the ninth straight season when the two square off Friday from Yellow Jacket Stadium.
After winning six of their first seven games this season, the Rio Vista Eagles face their toughest test of the season when they visit No. 7 Crawford on Friday.
Grandview’s Dametrious Crownover announced Monday night on Twitter that he has committed to Texas A&M University to continue his education and football career.
WAXAHACHIE — The Alvarado Indians dropped to 2-5 and remained winless in District 5-4A Division I play after a 20-14 loss Friday at Waxahachie Life.
The Rio Vista Eagles did everything they wanted early to build a 35-7 halftime lead before holding on in the second half for a 41-33 win over Valley Mills on Friday.
Through a couple of tournaments early in the 2020-21 golf season, the Cleburne Yellow Jackets have showed potential despite having to overcome some obstacles.
For a half, it looked like Godley had a chance to end Glen Rose's long-running district dominance, but the four-time defending district champion Tigers wore down the Wildcats and pulled away in the second half of a 63-28 win.
The Cleburne Yellow Jackets are 3-0 for the third consecutive season after leaning on a big-play offense for a 48-31 win Friday at Weatherford to spoil the Kangaroos' homecoming festivities.
After six weeks of non-district play, there will be no easing into District 5-4A Division II action for the Godley Wildcats, who are set to face the four-time defending district champion Glen Rose Tigers on Friday.
The No. 2-ranked Grandview Zebras know what it takes to hoist the state championship hardware at season’s end, and that firsthand knowledge comes in handy throughout the season.
After a long wait, the Grandview Lady Zebras are finally in the thick of district action and are off to a dominant 2-0 start with straight-set wins over Keene and Life Oak Cliff.
Other than a few Rio Vista mishaps in the first half, the Eagles dominated the Itasca Wampus Cats for a 69-20 win Friday night to improve to 5-1.
After a few rebuilding years, Cleburne tennis took major strides in 2019 as the Yellow Jackets earned their first playoff berth since 2019. And now the Jackets have their sights set on back-to-back postseason appearances.
MIDLOTHIAN — The Alvarado Indians started slow in their district-opening showdown at Midlothian Heritage as the Jaguars built a 41-0 halftime lead en route to a 56-23 victory.
The Joshua Owls rode a solid defensive performance and two big offensive plays to defeat the Fort Worth Polytechnic Parrots, 18-6, on homecoming for their first win of the 2020 season.
A year after spoiling Grandview's bid for a perfect season, the Whitney Wildcats were no match for the Zebras this time around as Grandview coasted to a 65-8 win Friday.
This Week's Circulars
- Eight nominees for Homecoming Queen
- Wildcat Comeback: After nearly losing a leg, Godley’s Clayton West returns to the gridiron
- Fort Worth councilman arrested for DWI in Burleson
- Grandview vs. Life Oak Cliff varsity football game canceled
- Playoff implications on the line for Rio Vista vs. Tolar
- Cleburne pulls away for 76-31 win over Joshua
- Cooper to be honored at game as Coming Home Queen
- Cleburne's Scotty Walden named head coach at Austin Peay
- Carroll to be inducted into CHS Wall of Fame
- Passion for motors driving new program