Sports

March 29, 2018 - The JHS Softball game originally scheduled for today (March 29) has been moved to Friday, March 30th at noon in Wells. 

 

Joaquin Rams Ballpark, Tuesday, March 27, 2018 –

A 5-4 hitting advantage, and a 1-10 error outing, helped the visiting Douglass Lady Indians hand the Joaquin Lady Rams their first District 22 2A loss this season, by a 6-2 score. The loss broke a 6-game winning streak for Joaquin and brought their season mark to 10-5. They are 7-1 in conference play and are atop the leader board.

Two hits and a throwing error, in the top of the first inning, gave Douglass an early 1-0 advantage.

Lead-off hitter, Ebbie McCann, got on base with an infield hit for Joaquin in the bottom of the first inning but was picked off. The Lady Rams only saw three batters reach base and headed to the second frame trailing 1-0.

An error and a double by Lady Indian C. Hogan helped Douglass gain a 2-0 advantage in the top of the second inning.

Joaquin pulled to within 1-2 in the bottom of the second frame when Molly Mason led off the inning with a single to leftfield and was later sent home after a bases loaded walk.

A lead-off walk, a double and an infield hit by Douglass allowed the Lady Indians to extend their lead to 5-1 in the third inning. Lady Rams’ pitcher Chloe Mason struck out three straight batters to end the frame and limit the damage.

The bottom half of the third inning saw only three Lady Rams reach the plate as they were set down 1-2-3 on two strike outs and a ground out.

Two errors in the top of the sixth inning helped the Lady Indians stay alive long enough to add a run and extend their lead to 6-1.

Annalyn DeChamplain drew a walk in the bottom of the seventh inning and scored on an infield hit by McCann, but this would prove to be the final score of the contest.

Defensively, Joaquins’ Chloe Mason struck out nine Lady Indian batters during the loss.

The Lady Rams will travel to Wells High School for a 4 p.m. game on Friday, March 30, 2018.

Pictured are (from left, bottom row): Jimmarion Smith, Caleb Parker, Carson Bush, Logan Horton, T.J. Belin. (from left, top row): Jakevin Robinson, Donte Moore, Jaxon Parker, LaJaveion McCollister, Emonte Cross. Head Coach: Eddie Edwards, Assistant Coaches: Travis Belin & Henry Santifer.

March 27, 2018 - Center All-Star Little Dribblers 12u Majors division placed Runner-Up with an undefeated record at the All Star Tournament  March 19-24 in Kountze TX.

Special thanks to the players, parents, coaches for their dedication to the team.

Center All Stars will participate in the Nationals tournament in Bryan, TX on April 19-21.

March 27, 2018 - Kawon McCowin, a Senior at Shelbyville ISD, earned a third place showing in the 275 lbs weight class at the Boys State Powerlifting Meet, Division 3, held in Abilene on March 24 at the Taylor County Expo Center.

Kawon had personal best in the squat at 700 pounds and the Deadlift at 605 pounds. He finished with a 1,695 total.

This was Kawon's second consecutive state meet and we couldn't be more proud of him.

March 27, 2018 - Shelbyville congratulates the following for All District and All State selections.

2017-18 Shelbyville Dragon Basketball 22-2A All-District Selections

  • Defensive MVP – Cole Ferguson
  • 1st Team – Jakevion Buckley and Jordan Boykins
  • 2nd Team – Ryan Bailey
  • Honorable Mention – Kyle Dodd

TABC All-State – Cole Ferguson and Jakevion Buckley

State All-Tournament Team – Jordan Boykins

March 27, 2018 - Due to the incoming weather the Shelbyville baseball game in Martinsville has been moved up to 5:00 pm today, March 27.

March 26, 2018 - The Center Boys Soccer team will compete in Bi-District Playoff on Thursday, March 29th at 7pm. The Riders versus East Chambers game will be played at Lumberton High School with entry gate prices of aduts $5 and students $3.

March 26, 2018 - Witt Dockens finished in a 3-way tie for 1st place in his weight division at the State Meet this Saturday, March 24th at the 2018 Texas High School Powerlifting Association Meet. All three top lifters had a total of 1,550 lbs and were placed according to the lifters weight. Because Dockens weighed the most out of the three, he was dropped to 3rd place. His individual lifts were 615 lbs on squat, 405 lbs on bench press, and 530 lbs on dead lift 530. To see the complete meet results, click here.


From Left to right: Coach Montana Duncan, Witt Dockens, Coach Justin Richter

March 26, 2018 - Joaquin HS Senior, Zach Bell competed this past weekend in Abilene, TX at the Texas High School State Powerlifting Meet. He placed 4th in the Super Heavy Weight Division with a 1,690 lb total. His lifts included Squat 715, Bench 425, and Dead lift 550. Congratulations Zach!

Shelbyville High School, March 23, 2018 –

The Shelbyville Dragons won a District 23 Class 2A Varsity baseball game over the visiting Tenaha Tigers, on Friday, by a 10-0 score. The game was called in the fifth inning due to the conferences’ 10-run mercy rule. The Dragons season record now stands at 6 wins and 1 loss, their district mark is 4-0. Tenaha is 1-4 in District 23 play and 1-4 on the season as well.

The Tigers saw only senior CJ Horn reach base in the top of the first inning after he was hit by a pitch. Shelbyville scored four runs in the bottom of the first inning on three errors and three walks.

Tiger Erik Smith reached base after being hit by a pitch at the beginning of the second inning but Zach Clark was able to strike out the remaining three batters faced in the inning.

The Dragons raised their score to 8-0 in the bottom of the second inning by pushing four runs across the plate with three hits, two walks, and a Tigers error.

Austin Williford led off the top of the third inning by drawing a walk for Tenaha. The Tigers had runners on second and third bases after Cody Foshee reached on an infield hit and he and Williford advanced on an error. The Tigers had the bases loaded later after T. Giles was hit by a pitch. The Dragons avoided giving up a score by getting two more strikeouts and an excellent play on a groundout by Dragons’ shortstop Cole Ferguson to retire the side.

Tenaha only allowed one baserunner in the bottom of the third frame and went into the fourth inning still trailing 8-0.

The Dragons were able to strike out all three of the Tigers batters they faced in the fourth and fifth innings while adding a run in the bottom half of both inning to gain the ten-run-rule ‘Mercy-Rule’ win.

Fourteen of the fifteen outs recorded by the Dragons were by striking out the Tigers. The Tigers reached base on four walks and one hit.

Shelbyville reached base on seven hits, seven walks and four errors. Tiger CJ Horn struck out two SHS batters.

Shelbyville will travel to Martinsville High School for a 6 p.m. game on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at Pirates Field. The Tigers will host the Timpson Bears on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.

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