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Tigers dethrone Wildcats

Tigers dethrone Wildcats

Story by Matt Prieskorn, Jay Williamson

January 31, 2018


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Texas High Tigers boys basketball hosted the Sulphur Springs Wildcats on Jan 30. The game started with the Wildcats winning the tip and scoring with an easy pick and roll. The Tigers got on board with a three point shot by Kyle Wright but the Sulphur Springs towering defense kept the Tigers at bay for most...

Carthage crushes the Tigers

Carthage crushes the Tigers

Story by Celeste Anderson, editor in chief

January 27, 2018


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The boys’ varsity soccer team lost 5-2 to Carthage on Friday night. Carthage quickly scored the first goal five minutes into the game. The Tigers held their grounds until 26 minutes left in the first half when Carthage scored its second goal. The Tigers came back quickly, with Alejandro Gonz...

The Tigers upend the Hawks

The Tigers upend the Hawks

Story by John Morgan and Joseph Rodgers

January 24, 2018


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Soccer is a sport built on opportunity. It pays to be in the right place at the right time. This was the case for senior Eleanor Schroeder on Tuesday night as her tap-in midway through extra time gave the girls’ soccer team a 2-1 victory over crosstown rival Pleasant Grove. The game-winning goal...

NFL conference championship

NFL conference championship

Story by TJ Wall, staff writer

January 24, 2018


Filed under SPORTS, TJ's Pigskin Report, TOP STORIES

The NFL Conference Championship was exciting on one hand and pretty awful on the other. Here’s a recap of what happened: Vikings vs. Eagles: The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Minnesota Vikings with a score of 38-7. Coming into this game, the odds were in favor of the Vikings to win this game. However, th...

NFL divisional round

NFL divisional round

Story by TJ Wall, staff writer

January 19, 2018


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The Divisional Round of the playoffs was a round that favored the underdogs. Here’s a recap of the mayhem that occured: Saints vs. Vikings: The Minnesota Vikings defeated the New Orleans Saints 29-24 in a heartbreaking fashion. Minnesota had a 96.1 percent chance of winning at the half due to...

Injury leads to opportunity

Injury leads to opportunity

Story by Cameron Murry, staff writer

January 17, 2018


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He stands by the goal, ready to take off with the ball. But this time it’s different. Instead of a leather, oval-shaped ball, it’s black and white. Hands-free is a new concept to him. Transitioning from something that has shaped your life for the last five years to being a newbie in a sport you kno...

Lady Tigers claw to victory

Lady Tigers claw to victory

Story by Victoria Van, entertainment editor

January 16, 2018


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The Lady Tigers’ basketball team defeated the Greenville Lions in district play with a 72-24 victory on Friday, Jan. 12. One of the highlights was watching the Lady Tigers advancing their win streak throughout the game. “The fourth quarter brought the most confidence in the team because they were dem...

Bulldogs dominate Tigers

Bulldogs dominate Tigers

Story by Victoria Van and Jhovany Perez

January 12, 2018


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The boys’ varsity soccer team were held scoreless in a 3-0 loss against Chapel Hill on Tuesday, Jan. 9. This game was a quick turnaround for the Tigers. Many players were recovering from previous exhaustion from their last few tournament games and felt limited in their abilities. “We were e...

NFL wildcard round

NFL wildcard round

Story by TJ Wall, staff writer

January 12, 2018


Filed under SPORTS, TJ's Pigskin Report

The NFL Wild Card Round was full of triumph and heartbreak which basically means that it lived up to the immense hype. Some teams lived to see another day while others will spend the rest of January on their couches. Here’s a recap of the each game that took place this past weekend: Titans vs. Chi...

All things must come to an end

All things must come to an end

Story by TJ Wall, staff writer

January 5, 2018


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With it being the last week of the regular season in the NFL, week 17, there aren’t too many big things going on. The playoffs are pretty much set and teams who aren’t in the running for a playoff spot don’t really have much to fight for except their dignity. With that being said, here’s a rec...

Go the distance

Go the distance

Story by Kaitlyn Gordon, staff writer

January 2, 2018


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On Feb. 18, 2018, Texarkana will be holding the Run The Line half marathon. 13.1 miles of running is asking a lot for most people and requires lots of training to be prepared for the big day. In preparation of this event, I have been on a strict schedule of running and other workouts to make sure I am prep...

Pondering the season

Pondering the season

Story by Eleanor Schroeder, editor in chief

January 1, 2018


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“There are only two things you can do right now: breathe and feel pain. Don’t show weakness. The legs feed the wolf. Don’t be soft. Kevin Gates doesn’t get tired so neither should you.” As the sore bodies utilize every ounce of energy to hold the plank, bear crawl or complete each rep, the...

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