Sports

March 4, 2015 - Eight members on the Center High School Boys Powerlifting team have qualified for the Regional Powerlifting Meet in Rusk. They will weigh in on Wednesday, March 4th and lift on Thursday, March 5th.

Qualifying lifters are: Witt Dockens, Jacarlos Hall, Devincent Hoyt, Joe King, Denzel Moore, Daniel Rodriguez, Hairo Salazar, and Brendan Stanley.

March 3, 2015 - The District 22-2A All District girls basketball team members are:

Most Valuable Player (MVP) - Brooke McClure (Soph, Tenaha), Arlicia Roland (Fr, Tenaha)
Offensive Player Of Year - Ke'Anya Davis (Jr, Tenaha)
Defense Player Of Year - Daisy Sequeda (Sr, Martinsville)
Newcomer Of Year - Day'za Lane (Fr, Joaquin)
Coach of Year - Garry Davison (Tenaha)

1st Team All-District
Annabeth Vaughn (Sr, Joaquin), Ali Baty (Sr, Shelbyville), LaPorsha Perry (Jr, Tenaha), Bailey Rabalais (Soph, Shelbyville), Karlee Burnaman (Jr, Martinsville), Brooke Scarborough (Jr, Martinsville),
Ashton Griffin (Jr, Tenaha)

2nd Team All-District
Jabria Jenkins (Jr, Shelbyville), Bianca Davison (Fr, Tenaha), Savannah McGee (Soph, Martinsville), Adaisia Cartwright (Sr, Shelbyville), Kimber Wesner (Jr, Beckville), Hanna Bonner (Soph, Joaquin), Erika Davis (Fr, Joaquin)

Honorable Mention All-District
Calicia Roland (Fr, Tenaha), Jasmine Rogers (Fr, Timpson), Justus Osby (Sr, Timpson), Patience Brannan (Jr, Timpson), Jakyra Ross (Soph, Shelbyville), Catasia Walker (Sr, Shelbyville), Katelyn Martinez (Fr, Joaquin), Destiny Cooper (Jr, Joaquin), Summer Dennis (Sr, Beckville), Stacie Brevard (Sr, Beckville), Madi Mize (Jr, Beckville).

March 3, 2015 - Shelbyville HS Girls Basketball team had a very successful season. They were second place in District with a 6-4 record and had an overall record o 21-11. They won their Bi District game by defeating Overton. They went on to win the Area game by defeating Broaddus. The next round was Regional Quarter-Finals. They beat Cushing, advancing to Regional Tournament for the first time since 1992. The team is lead by Head Coach Stephany Carter and Asst. Coach Patrick Sluga.

March 3, 2015 - On Friday February 27th, The Shelbyville Basketball teams were sent off to their respective playoff games with a school wide pep rally held in their honor. The Girls were playing La Poynor in the regional semifinal game at Leon High School. The Boys were playing West Sabine in the area game at Joaquin High School.

March 3, 2015 - The 2014-15 District 19-4A All-District selections for girls basketball have been released. Center High School Lady Riders received multiple nominations and team selections as follows:

1st Team - Cheyenne Woodard (Sr)

2nd Team - Taylor Nichols (Fr), Tynequa McGee (Jr)

Honorable Mention - Katesia Evans (Sr), Riley Mitchell (Sr), LaJada Hicks (Fr), Kamisha Evans (Jr)

Academic All-District - Katesia Evans (Sr), LaJada Hicks (Fr), Makayla Hubbard (So), Tynequa McGee (Jr), Riley Mitchell (Sr), Taylor Nichols (Fr), Cheyenne Woodard (Sr)

March 2, 2015 - Logan HollowayShelby County was well represented with several 4-H members participating at the major livestock shows shooting sports events. These events had over 800 shooters competing. The San Antonio Livestock Expo (SALE) held the 3rd annual scholarship trap and sporting clays shoot February 18-21 at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio. Shelby County 4h shooters had four members participate in the event; Lance Holloway, Logan Holloway, Seth Shamblin and Konner Windham. The main event consisted of 100 shots of trap. SALE gave away 8 $10,000 scholarships for the winners of the trap event. Also, this year SALE held the first ever sporting clays event. The first round consisted of 100 sporting clays targets. The top five kids in each age division proceeded to the finals on Saturday. Logan Holloway hit 93/100 in the first round to proceed and won the finals event on Saturday. Logan won the Champion sporting clays shooter for age group 2. For his efforts he won a competition CZ over under 12 gauge shotgun. It was a fun and exciting few days in San Antonio for the Shelby County 4h shooters.

The Houston Livestock Show held its second annual Young Guns event February 27-March 1st. Shelby County shooters had six kids competing; Colton Gutermuth, Lance Holloway, Logan Holloway, Nic Lambert, Seth Shamblin and Konner Windham. The first round consisted of 100 sporting clays targets. The top ten scores in each age category advanced to the finals which consisted of another 100 targets. Konner Windham placed 7th. She won $250, a belt buckle, and trophy. This is the second year Konner has placed in this event. Please congratulate these 4 H members when you see them on all of their hard work and accomplishments. It’s not too late, now is a great time to get involved with 4H and the shooting sports project. Please give us a call at if you are interested in joining the fun. 936-598-7744 jldunn@ag.tamu.edu

Konner Windham

March 2, 2015 - Shelbyville HS Boys and Girls Powerlifting teams had several members qualify for the Regional Powerlifting Meets.

Boys Regional Qualifiers are as follows: Christian Schilder, Corey Bearden, Octavian Burrell, and Kal Metcalf. The boys are coached by Coach Michael B. Taylor. They will compete at the Regional Meet on March 7th at 8:30 am in Elkhart, TX.

The following girls have advanced to Regionals in Powerlifting: Kaitlin Campbell, Cleosha Jeter, Hannah Hall, Savannah Talbert, Tristin Wilburn, Kennedey Parker, Harlie Hagler, Madison Taylor and Katie Casey. The girls are coached by Coach Gary Alford. They will compete Thursday, March 5th at 3pm in White Oak.

Congratulations Dragons!

February 26, 2015 - The Center Roughrider Varsity Boys Basketball team claimed the Bi-District Championship on Tuesday, February 24th against the Jasper Bulldogs.

Led by Sophomore, Octavious Evans who scored 25 points for the night, the Riders confidently marched to victory. With a tied score at the end of the first period, the Riders quickly made adjustments and went into halftime with a defining lead over the Bulldogs, 44-25.

The second half was a clear and decisive on behalf of the Riders.
They outscored Jasper in the third 20-5 and in the fourth 24-20, closing the game at 88-50, Riders.

The Roughriders will advance to the next round of play on Friday, February 27th against Mexia. The game will be in Jacksonville ISD gymnasium (formerly Lon Morris College gym) and tip off will be at 7 PM.

February 20, 2015 - Shelbyville Boys Powerlifting team competed in the Center Powerlifting meet on Thursday, February 19, 2015. Shelbyville finished 3rd over at the meet with Kal Metcalf taking Best Lifter on the Heavy Platform with a combined weight of 1565 lbs.

Shelbyville is having a good year in powerlifting with 4 lifters in the top 10 in their weight class in the region. The team is coached by Coach Michael Taylor.

Wt. Class Place * Athlete BWT Squat Bench Press Dead Lift Total
114 3 Schilder, Christian 104.4 215 110 255 580
148 2 Bearden, Corey 147.8 400 230 420 1050
148 4 Berry, Wesley 134 300 135 285 720
148 5 Roland, Trenton 138 260 135 275 670
181 4 Jackson, Jacob 172.8 370 250 400 1020
181 6 Amburn, David 172.8 340 170 350 860
181 BO Whitton, Justin 178.4 350 175 0 0
198 1 Burrell, Octavian 192.8 550 315 475 1340
198 4 Jefferson, Logan 188 370 210 380 960
220 5 Evens, SyDarius 205.4 300 160 280 740
242 1 Metcalf, Kal 241.8 660 370 535 1565
242 BO McCowin, Kawon 227.4 370 0 0 0
SHW 4 Lindsey, Andrew 312 385 250 390 1025

February 20, 2015 - The Lady Dragon's Powerlifting Team finished in First Place as a team at the Center Powerlifting Meet on February 19, 2015.

Order of finishing
1st place: Kaitlin Campbell, Cleosha Jeter, Hannah Hall, Savannah Talbert, Kamaryn Smith, Harlie Hagler, and Katie Casey.
2nd place: Tristin Wilburn, Kennedy Parker and Breanna Jackson.
3rd place: Madison Taylor.
4th place: Paige Polley and Lindsey Holbrook.
5th place: Kiana Watts.

Harlie Hagler earned ''Best Lifter'' Award on the heavy weight platform.

Congratulations! The team is coached by Coach Gary Alford.

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