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April 29, 2022

Sophomore Mollie Fisher battles Sulphur Springs pitcher Crimson Bryant in the first inning of the game on March 17, 2022.  Fishers at-bat lasted nine pitches with an eventual strikeout.

Wildcats sneak by the Tigers

Story by Kailyn Williams, staff writer March 19, 2022

The Lady Tigers fell to the Lady Cats of Sulphur Springs on March 17, making their district record 2-1. To open the game, the Tigers started slow offensively, with two fly-outs and a strikeout. The...

Senior Lizzie Smith delivers a pitch to opposing batters of the Pine Tree softball team. Smith struck out 11 batters in the Tigers game against the Pirates at Texas High on March 16, 2022.

Tigers loot Pirates

Story by Kailyn Williams, staff writer March 17, 2022

The Lady Tigers topped the Pine Tree Lady Pirates in their second district game, advancing their district record to 2-0, March 16.   The Lady Tigers started the game fast-paced, only seeing three...

Sophomore Jaden Muniz purchases a pie from Lily Sanchez at the Pi Day bake sale. The Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Honor Society members sold pies to raise money for scholarships.

Lunch got a little sweeter

Story by Nashita Kalam, Staff Writer March 10, 2022

Mu Alpha Theta hosted their 10th annual Pi Day fundraiser on March 9-10. Students lined up at the table during their lunch to buy a variety of pies that ranged from succulent apple to refreshing lemon...

Texas Highs Robert Cheney stomps home plate as a statement to the Arkansas High team when scoring on a walk. The cross-town rivals faced off in the Border City Battle on March 5, 2022, in a tournament hosted by Texas High School.

Tigers take the Ax

Story by Samuel Cody, staff writer March 6, 2022

The battle of the ax rivalry is still alive but in a different aspect. Rather than the two teams clashing helmets they faced off on the diamond.  Fans from both teams filled the stands and were shoulder...

Locals line an overpass in anticipation for the “Freedom Convoy”  to stop in Texarkana. Those in support of the truckers raised funds and gathered supplies for their journey across the country to DC.

Honk for freedom

Story by Doug Kyles March 3, 2022

Over a thousand Texarkanians lined the interstates of I-30 and I-49 Wednesday afternoon in support of the South Eastern branch of the “Freedom Convoy” on their path from Little Rock to Shreveport. This...

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