Tiger Times

Pirates sink Tigers

Pirates sink Tigers

Story by Joseph Rodgers, John Morgan, TJ Wall, and Molly Kyles

October 13, 2018


Filed under Football, SPORTS, TOP STORIES

Once again, the Tigers were unable to stop a potent offense from running up the score. The Tigers lost to the Poteet Pirates 46-28 on Friday night at Tiger Stadium. This brings their record to 2-5 on the season as they remain winless in district play. Familiar shades of slow starts in previous weeks ...

A few more miles to go

A few more miles to go

Story by John Morgan, sports editor

October 12, 2018


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Junior Owen Likins and sophomore Fezeka Barnes advanced to the regional cross country meet after faring well in the district meet in Mount Pleasant on Oct. 9. Likins is looking to build off of his previous state meet appearance. He placed 14th at the regional meet last year. “The district mee...

New district, no problem

New district, no problem

Story by John Morgan and Jonathan Naples

October 12, 2018


Filed under SPORTS, TOP STORIES

The Tiger tennis team defeated the Lindale Eagles on Thursday afternoon to secure the District 15-5A championship. The win against Lindale finishes off an undefeated regular season for the tennis team. They hope to ride this success to a spot in the state tournament on Oct. 31. “It was a great tea...

Order on the court

Order on the court

Story by Jonathan Naples, staff writer

October 11, 2018


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Their court, pristine and blue. Their spirit, vibrant and orange. Their record — promising and untarnished. After a long summer, the Tiger tennis team is ready to continue their dominant ways on the court. The team has already defeated Frisco Liberty, Tyler Lee and Evangel and has their sights se...

New athlete, same risk

New athlete, same risk

Story by John Morgan, sports editor

October 10, 2018


Filed under SPORTS, TOP STORIES

Nike is a brand that has become synonymous with athletic prowess. The swoosh is a captivating image in worldwide society that has become instantly recognizable. Most importantly, Nike is what Nike is today because in the history of their climb to economic prosperity, they have done what many profitable ...

Familiar waters

Familiar waters

Story by Anna Grace Jones and Connor Powell

October 9, 2018


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TISD authorized the lease of Texarkana College’s Pinkerton Center during a school board meeting on Sept. 18. Approval of a 30-year lease agreement with Texarkana College for their Aquatic Center will begin Jan. 1, 2019 and end on Dec. 31, 2048. This lease, in the amount of $10 annually along with...

Bulldogs Outlast Tigers

Bulldogs Outlast Tigers

Story by John Morgan, Logan Diggs, and Craig Crawford

October 8, 2018


Filed under Football, SPORTS, TOP STORIES

In a back-and-forth clash at the most expensive high school stadium in the country, the Tigers fell to the McKinney North Bulldogs 47-44 on Friday night at McKinney ISD Stadium. Both teams traded punts early on before the Tigers got on the board first as kicker Diego Mata connected on a 34-yard field...

Lions maul Tigers

Lions maul Tigers

Story by Joseph Rodgers, John Morgan, TJ Wall, Paisley Allen, and Molly Kyles

September 28, 2018


Filed under Football, SPORTS, TOP STORIES

In the seventieth meeting between John Tyler and Texas High, the Lions pummeled the Tigers 51-13 in both teams’ district opener. The Lions ran the ball straight down the throat of the Tiger defense allowing for their overwhelming victory. The Tigers opened up the first quarter by trading possessions wi...

Gridiron elsewhere

Gridiron elsewhere

Story by John Morgan, sports editor

September 28, 2018


Filed under Football, SPORTS

161. 155. 171. These numbers may seem random, but for the football team, they will play an important role in determining the course of their season. Each number represents the mileage of the Tigers’ three remaining away games as they prepare to tackle their new district. With tougher opposition ...

Bulldozed by Bulldogs

Bulldozed by Bulldogs

Story by Addison Cross, Jonathan Naples, Anna Grace Jones, TJ Wall, and John Morgan

September 21, 2018


Filed under Football, SPORTS, TOP STORIES

The Kilgore Bulldogs rained on the Texas High Senior Night as they drug the Tigers through the mud 42-14 at Tiger Stadium on Friday night. The Tigers were forced to punt on their first possession. The Bulldogs then scored the first touchdown of the game as wide receiver Damien Parker punched it ...

Superior Cats

Superior Cats

Story by Joseph Rodgers, Anna Grace Jones, and John Morgan

September 15, 2018


Filed under Football, SPORTS, TOP STORIES

The Tigers spoiled homecoming as they knocked off the Liberty Eylau Leopards 47-35 on a rainy Friday night at Harris Field. The Leopards took the ball first and failed to gain the first down, giving the Tigers an opportunity to put points on the board early after punching their way to the 5-yard l...

Frying the bacon

Frying the bacon

Story by Joseph Rodgers, John Morgan, and TJ Wall

September 8, 2018


Filed under Football, SPORTS, TOP STORIES

After an onslaught of penalties, miscues and mayhem, the Tigers recaptured the coveted axe with a 43-35 win against Arkansas High on Friday night at Tiger Stadium. The Razorbacks took the ball first and marched right down the field with a couple of third down conversions. Quarterback Sean Foreback...

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