Celeste falls; Campbell advances
Celeste's Lady Devils dropped their Class A Division I area playoff match to No. 5 state-ranked Triple A Academy of Dallas while No. 23 state-ranked Campbell won its Class A Division II area game over Dodd City on Friday.
Celeste, Campbell girls win playoff games
The Celeste Lady Devils and Campbell Lady Indians won their Class A bi-district playoff games and will advance to the area round.
Rockwall Heritage downs GCS
Rockwall Heritage claimed the girls and boys District 2-2A finales of the Greenville Christian School Lady Eagles and Eagles on Tuesday.
GCS wins two in Longview
The Greenville Christian School Lady Eagles and Eagles claimed a pair of TAPPS District 2-2A wins on Monday at Longview Christian Heritage.
Royse City beats Greenville; Lone Oak wraps up title
Royse City spoiled the Greenville Lions' home finale on Saturday, while Lone Oak wrapped up the District 14-2A title with a 57-34 win over Quitman.
Greenville Lions' home finale moved to Saturday
he Greenville Lions will honor seven seniors in today’s home finale against Royse City.
The game starts at 3 p.m. with only the varsity scheduled. It was moved from Friday night because of inclement weather as the Greenville Independent School District called off classes.
Greenville's Franklin signs with SFA
In John Franklin, Stephen F. Austin State University is getting a 6-4, 255-pound defensive end that was fast enough last season to run on the sprint relay.
The senior from Greenville signed a letter of intent with the Lumberjacks on Wednesday after receiving offers from Midwestern State, West Texas A&M, Pittsburg State (Kan.), Abilene Christian, Texas A&M University-Commerce, Texas-San Antonio and Central Oklahoma.
Sherman takes two District 13-4A victories from Greenville
Sherman claimed a pair of District 13-4A basketball victories from the Greenville Lions on Tuesday night, with the Lady Bearcats winning 71-23 and the Bearcat prevaiing, 64-57.
UIL sends Greenville Lions east to District 15-5A
Greenville’s Lions will have to travel east, far east, for road games in their new district during the next two athletic seasons.
The Lions found out on Monday that they’ll be switching from District 13-4A to 15-5A in the new realignment announced by the University Interscholastic League.
UIL to announce new districts on Monday
Will the Greenville Lions keep most of the same district opponents for the next two seasons?
Will Royse City stay in the same district with the Lions?
Will the rest of the local teams move into new districts?
These questions will be answered on Monday morning by the University Interscholastic League when it releases the district alignments for the 2014-5 and 2015-6 seasons.
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