Tiger Times

Junior Blake Rogers leaps in the air fighting over the ball with a Mount Pleasant Receiver. The Tigers ended up defeating Mount Pleasant.

There can only be one Tiger

October 23, 2020

In the district opener, the Texas Tigers made their presentation of why they deserve their place as the seventh-ranked team in the state of Texas for Class 5A Division II. Fighting to the end, great defense, and an unstoppable run game proved only the Tiger team could prevail, lighting the orange to...

Senior Ashlyn Stiger expresses her shock after hearing her name announced as the homecoming queen. Stiger was escorted onto the field by both of her parents.

Make way for the queen

October 9, 2020

Friday Night Lights holds a more profound meaning to 16 girls tonight. The Highsteppers still kick, the band still plays, color guard still tosses their flags and the cheerleaders still wave their pom-poms. None of this stops 16 girls from anticipating the announcement that they will reflect on for y...

Texas High's Clayton Smith pursues Denison's Asa Osborn in the second quarter of the home opener on Oct. 2, 2020. The Tigers defeated the Yellow Jackets 24-3 improving their record to 2-0.

Tigers sting back

October 3, 2020

The Tigers pulled off a big win at Grim Stadium by shutting down the Yellow Jacket’s run game. This limited them to only 103 rushing yards, propelling  the Tigers to a 24-3 win. “We stopped their run game. They came into this game thinking they could run it down our throats, but we were more phy...

The homecoming court nominees stand together with their roses in hand. The top row left to right: Fezeka Barnes, Ashlyn Stiger, Reagan Potts, Malley Wallace, Madison Givens, Tatum Haugh, Mary Claire Wright and Cayli Clack. The bottom row left to right: Cate Rounds, Jane Rounds, Lily Sewell, Korie Hamilton, Evelyn Patterson, Endsley Norman, Cashlin Gooden and Adrienne Armstrong. 

Order in the court

October 2, 2020

With all 16 roses that were passed out, 16 girls ecstatically accepted them. On Oct. 1, the 2020 Homecoming results were announced over Tigervison.  The court consists of Fezeka Barnes, Ashlyn Stiger, Reagan Potts, Malley Wallace, Madison Givens, Tatum Haugh, Mary Claire Wright, Cayli Clack, Cate Rou...

Wide receiver Tre Roberts protects the ball from the Tyler High School Lions on the run after a catch. Texas High School defeated Tyler High School 41-21 Thursday, September 24th, at Rose Stadium.

Tigers first triumph over Lions

September 25, 2020

 The Tigers went into the locker room after their season opener against the Tyler Lions with their heads high and spirits even higher. The Tigers started slowly in the first couple drives, but once they got their rhythm, they began firing on all cylinders, winning 41-21.  The Lions were off to a slow start as well g...

Putting in the work

So who gets the axe?

August 25, 2020

Year after year, decade after decade, almost an entire century later, and one event has continued to bring together the alumni and fans of both Arkansas High School and Texas High School. The Battle of the Axe, as it’s commonly known, has seen the many triumphs and defeats of the two schools, dating...

The Louisiana State University Tigers face the Clemson University Tigers in the NCAA Football National Championship. The game will air on ESPN at 7 p.m.

Now entering Tiger territory

January 13, 2020

Tiger versus tiger; Orgeron versus Swinney; Burrow versus Lawrence; powerhouse versus powerhouse; a battle for the rights to call their home the true “Death Valley” with an undefeated season on the line; LSU versus Clemson. The NCAA Football National Championship is finally here after much anticip...

Sophomore defensive back Jalen Jones attempts to tackle Frisco Independence quarterback Braylon Braxton as he scores a touchdown in the second quarter of the 5A D1 Area playoff game on Nov. 22 at Tiger Stadium. The Tigers met an end to their football season in the second round of the playoffs with a 45-30 loss.

Knights conquer the Tigers

November 23, 2019

Storming the field to AC/DC’s Back in Black through a screen of fog, the Tigers made quite the spectacle to jumpstart their second playoff game. This particular song choice was no mistake, but a reference to the return of the Tiger’s famed all black jerseys. However, the electric atmosphere of the...

Texas High football players celebrate their victory over the Lufkin Panthers on Friday,. Nov. 15th. The Tigers won with a score of 41-35 in double overtime.

An upset for the books

November 17, 2019

They were simply a team with a three-game losing streak. A team looking for a chance, desperately clinging to the hope of qualifying for playoffs. However, on Friday, Oct. 18th, the players walked off the field with a different look. They walked off the field with smiles on their faces, helmets raised ...

In case you missed it, Nov. 15, 2019

In case you missed it, Nov. 15, 2019

November 15, 2019

Ford vs Ferrari The new movie Ford vs Ferrari just released yesterday. Based on a true story, it's about an American auto designer and a British race car driver have to work together to build a brand new vehicle for the Ford Motor Company that is fast enough to beat an Enzo Ferrari at the Le Mans in F...

Senior Mya Bowers cheers for the Texas High Tigers as they play against Liberty Eylau. This was the first home game of the season for Texas High.

For better or for worse

November 15, 2019

It’s close to the end of the 4th quarter, shouting and screaming begins as the tuba songs starts off. Everyone gets close and starts chanting a student section chant to the beat. Getting louder and louder, before long all of student section is up and chanting.  Times like these are why the student section...

Texas High athletic director and head football coach Gerry Stanford speaks to players after a game. The Texas High Tigers advanced to playoffs after a game against West Mesquite.

The long awaited return

November 14, 2019

A season distinguished by huge wins, shared tears and new-found excitement. A season turned around from loss. A season that brought together hope and unity to formulate a winning team. The Texas High Tigers, bouncing back from their 0-3 start in district play, hold their helmets higher than ever ...

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