October 24, 2018 - Dave Campbell's Texas Football School of the Week presented by U.S. Army selected Shelbyville as the 2A school of the week for Week 8.
In the announcement, Shelbyville is described as follows: In a wild back-and-forth affair, the Dragons got six total touchdowns from QB Jaylon Brinson and held of a West Sabine in overtime, 44-42.
Dave Campbell’s Texas Football, in partnership with the U.S. Army, is proud to honor one school from each public school classification with the Army Values School of the Week award. The schools selected throughout the course of this program have best exemplified the seven Army Values – Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage.
October 23, 2018 - The Tenaha Basketball season begins with their first scrimmage against Quitman on Saturday, October 27th. The girls varsity basketball team will travel to Quitman for a 1pm game time. Click to see the full composite schedule which includes boys and girls junior high, junior varsity, and varsity games.
October 23, 2018 - The Center Tennis Team traveled to Henderson yesterday, October 22nd to meet Palestine for the Region 3 Team Tennis Quarterfinals.
The match up would begin with 3 boys doubles and 3 girls doubles match ups in which the Riders would come out ahead 5-1. The mixed doubles match would go on next as well as the Line 1, 2 and 3 singles match ups.
The Riders would lose a hard fought mixed doubles and line 1 girls singles match but would pull the rest of the match ups to win 10 matches to Palestine 3. The remaining match ups did not finish.
The Riders will be back in action for their Region Semifinal vs Lamar Fulshear on Thursday, October 25 at Bryan Rudder HS. The match up is set to begin at 8:30. Go Riders!!!!!
Center Roughriders’ Stadium, Friday, October 19, 2018 –
On Friday, the Joaquin Rams lost a tough fought District 11 Class 2A-1 Varsity football game to the Timpson Bears by a 27-23 score. The game between the two Shelby County schools could very well be a big factor and figure into the conference’s playoff picture. Joaquin is 5-2 overall this season with a 1-2 conference mark. Timpson stands at 3-5 for the season and has a 2-2 league standing.
Joaquin scored first when Ian Shahan scored on an 8-yard touchdown run which capped a 69-yard Joaquin scoring drive with 9 minutes left in the first quarter. Jesus Bravo added an extra point kick to give the Rams a 7-0 lead.
Bears’ quarterback Jon Grogan found Cam Berry for a 12-yard touchdown completion with 3:19 left in the opening period. A Bears extra point kick tied the game at 7-7.
Early in the second quarter Jordan Osby found the endzone on a 13-yard touchdown run which gave Timpson a 14-7 lead with 9:19 left in the second quarter.
Joaquin scored next with a 34-yard Jesus Bravo field goal with 2 minutes remaining in the first half. This cut the Bear’s lead to 14-10.
The Bears had to punt the ball back to the Rams with just 1 minute left before the halftime intermission. Joaquin used only three plays to go 50 yards for the next score. Hunter Gates scored on a 12-yard touchdown run to cap a 50-yard scoring drive with just 38 seconds left in the first half. Joaquin took a narrow 17-14 lead into the locker room at the midway break.
The Bears started the second half with a 10-play 60-yard scoring drive capped by a 10-yard keeper for a touchdown by Jon Grogan with 7:38 left in the third period. The extra point attempt failed and Timpson led 20-17.
Joaquin missed a field goal with 3:28 left in the third stanza and Timpson held the narrow 17-14 lead throughout the rest of the third frame.
Osby scored on a 5-yard touchdown run which capped a 9-play Bears scoring drive with 7:32 left in the contest. Timpson led 27-17 after a successful extra point kick.
Ram Ian Shahan added his second touchdown run for the game’s final score with 5 minutes left in the game. Joaquin trailed Timpson 27-23.
Both teams exchange fumbles on each team’s next possession. Grogan was able to intercept a JHS pass at midfield with 2:03 left in the contest but THS returned the favor just moments later when Joaquin recovered a Bear’s fumble at the Joaquin 48-yard line with just 1:42 left in the game. Joaquin drove the ball down to the Bear’s 6-yard line but the Bears where able to break up a Ram’s pass attempt on the final play of the game.
Bears Head Football Coach Kerry Therwhanger said after the game, “Our team deserves this win. They stayed in this game and battled hard to win for our school. They fought their tails off and they deserve this win. We fought back hard after the turnovers and our defense bowed their necks and played tough to keep us in the game. We will enjoy the win over the weekend and work hard starting Monday to prepare for next week’s game.”
Timpson will travel to Linden-Kildare next Friday, October 26, 2018. Kickoff will be at 7:30 p.m.
Joaquin will host Beckville next Friday, at 7:30 p.m.
October 19, 2018 - The Center Tennis Team are Area Champions after a clean sweep 19-0 over Gatesville last night in Madisonville.
The Riders will now face Palestine in the Region Quarterfinals on Monday, October 22 in Henderson. The match is set to begin by 4pm.
Team #1 - Wins 1st Place at TABC State Championship
October 18, 2018 - Over the weekend the Shelby County Bass Anglers (SCBA) sent two teams over to Lake Sam Rayburn to fish the TABC State Championship. Team #1 won for the fourth year in a row. First team anglers were Jason Wells, Ricky Sims, David Koonce, Darren Wiggins, Bradley Odom, Levi Willoughby, Zac Clark, and Josh Sowell. Darren Wiggins also had big bass on the second day.
Team #2 - Wins 3rd Place at TABC State Championship
Team #2 had a great weekend as well and came in 3rd place. Team two anglers were Bobby Addison, Bubby Sanderson, Selvin Cartwright, Tommy Land, Gary Mcdonald, Clarence Demby, Stephen Burgay and Chandler Burgay. Congratulations to all of our anglers!
2018 TABC State Tournament Results
Tournament Results – Saturday, September 22nd (Day 1)
TABC Big Bass
1st Place: Miller/Crawford (Humble Bass Club) —- 8.14 lbs, Payout $480
Tournament Results – Sunday, September 23rd (Day 2)
TABC Big Bass
1st Place: Koonce/Wiggins (Shelby County Bass Anglers TM 1) —- 7.57 lbs, Payout $480
2018 TABC State Tournament – Final Standing
1st Place: Shelby County Bass Anglers TM 1 — 111.86 lbs, Payout $3,628
2nd Place: Humble Bass Club — 92.19 lbs, Payout $2,332
3rd Place: Shelby County Bass Club TM 2 — 89.45 lbs, Payout $950
4th Place: No Name Bass Club TM 1 — 80.63 lbs, Payout $777
5th Place: Bassbusters of Houston TM 1 — 77.91 lbs, Payout $518
6th Place: Lufkin Bass Club TM 1 — 74.21 lbs, Payout $432
October 17, 2018 - Due to field conditions the Tenaha Tigers vs Harleton game locations have been changed. The JV and JH game against Harleton will be played at Old Pine Tree High School, 1701 Pine Tree Road, Longview, TX, tomorrow, Thursday (Oct 18th) at 5pm. The High School Varsity game against Harleton will be played Friday night (Oct 19th), 7pm, at Longview High School's Lobo Stadium located at 201 E. Tomlinson Pkwy, Longview, TX.
October 17, 2018 - The Center HS tennis team began its playoff run this week by defeating the Rusk Eagles in the BiDistrict round 10-0 before the rain set in. The Riders needed to complete 10 match wins for it to become official and with the rain closing in they were able to sweep their matches in near record time.
The Riders will compete in the Area round Thursday, October 18 vs Gatesville at Madisonville with the winner advancing to the Region Quarterfinals Monday, October 22.
Congratulations to the BiDistrict Champs and Go Riders!!!!!
October 18, 2018 - The Thursday night, October 18 Joaquin Junior High football game has been cancelled due to field conditions.
October 16, 2018 - Shelbyville Cross Country Teams competed in District at New Summerfield High School on October 10, 2018. Congratulations Shelbyville Cross Country! Junior varsity girls team took 1st place and consisted of Faith Ridgeway, Alicia Gaitlin, Jakaitlon Bolton, Taniya Barnes, Macy Swindle, Brooke Elliott, and Kiouja Gates.
Varsity girls took 3rd place and advanced to Regionals. They are Jasmine Osby, Kenzie Murry, Molly Windham, Kiana Bennett, Kate Lawson (6th Place Finisher), and Giselle Hernandez (8th Place Finisher).
Two varsity boys who advanced to Regionals are H'Leighen Mcclelland (8th Place Finisher) and Ladarious Coleman (4th Place Finisher).
Junior high girls placed 2nd as a team and had some top 10 finishers: Yadhira Anaya, Aubree Camp, Allison Odom, Ava Silva, Nakyia Swindle, Jamaria Wright, Emily Pharris (13th Place Finisher), Liela Klein (5th Place Finisher), River Willoford, Jessie Vail, and Kaylee Castro.
Junior high boys placed 3rd as a team and had some top 10 finishers: Jimmy Bolger, Dylan Parker (8th Place Finisher), Matthew Freeman, Fernadrick Buckley, Tucker Clark, Eli Ferguson, Xavier Cartwright, and Efrain Caporelli (6th Place Finisher).
The Regional Meet is October 22, 2018 in Huntsville, TX. Go Dragons!