The Shelbyville Dragons jumped out to an early 13-0 lead in the first quarter of Friday’s non-district 2020 Homecoming game with the visiting Groveton Indians. By the second period, three early scores by senior runningback LD Coleman had given Shelbyville some distance on the way to allowing the Dragons to take a 41-6 lead into the locker room at the midway intermission. Adaybran Davis and Jakory Standley also added one and two scores respectively, in the first half, as well.
The second half of the game saw plenty of substitutions and a running clock for the most part. Although Groveton was able to outscore Shelbyville by a 21-13 margin in the second half, SHS was able to take away a comfortable 54-27 win to move their overall record to 1-2. Groveton stands at 2-2 for the 2020 season.
The Dragons will enjoy a bye week next Friday. They will host the Timpson Bears on October 2, 2020. The Bears are 4-0 and beat the Carlisle Indians 54-19 on the road last Friday.
Last Friday saw the Center Roughriders win their first home game of the regular season by a 41-40 score over the Gladewater Bears. This moved their season mark to 2-1. The ‘Riders will now host the Chapel Hill Bulldogs this Friday September 18, 2020. Kickoff will be at 7:30 p.m. This is Center’s homecoming game. The Bulldogs are 3-0 and won a home game over Terrell High School last week by a 51-42 score.
The Joaquin Rams won a lopsided 41-0 game over the Groveton Indians last week. Their record now stands at 2-0. This week the Rams will be on the road for the second straight week as they head to Ore City to take on the Rebels who also hold a 2-0 record. Kickoff is at Rebels Stadium at 7:30 p.m. OCHS beat the Big Sandy Wildcats 41-14 last week at Wildcats Stadium.
The Shelbyville Dragons’ record stands at 0-2. Their game with Waskom was cancelled last Friday. This week they will host the Groveton Indians at Dragons Stadium for Homecoming on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
The Tenaha Tigers took a 49-0 road win over the Kountze Lions last week. The Tigers are now 1-1 and will face 0-3 Clifton High School at Cubs Stadium on Friday at 7 p.m. Clifton lost 17-7 at Maypearl High School last week.
The Timpson Bears are on a roll after beating visiting Mount Enterprise by a 60-0 margin last week. The Bears are now 3-0 and they will travel to Price Carlisle High School for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff on Friday with the Indians. Price is 2-1 and beat visiting Alto High School by a 12-0 score last week.
The Center Roughriders and the Gladewater Bears battled back and forth throughout an explosive 41-40 Roughrider’s win Friday at Center’s Roughrider Stadium.
Center scored first with a 43-yard Keamodre Horace touchdown run with 10:21 left in the first quarter. The Bears bounced back with 5:06 minutes left in the opening stanza when Gladewater receiver DJ Allen pulled down a 15-yard touchdown reception. The Bears converted a two-point attempt and they led 8-7.
Gladewater took a 14-7 with a touchdown keeper run by Tristan Holmes with 9:42 left in the second period. The Bears later expanded their lead to 20-14 by half time.
Center came back to tie the game 20-20 near the start of the third quarter, after a Gladewater turnover and another explosive run by Center’s Horace.
The Roughriders came back with less than a minute left in the third quarter on a Horace 87-yard touchdown run to put Center up, 27-20.
Horace scored again twice in the fourth quarter to help gain the win. By the time the smoke cleared at the end of the contest the fans saw each team hold the lead at least three times and they saw the game tied four times as well.
The Roughriders are scheduled to host the Chapel Hill Bulldogs next Friday September 18, 2020 for this year’s CHS homecoming game. Kickoff will be at 7:30 p.m. The Bulldogs are 3-0 for the season and beat visiting Terrell last week by a 51-42 score.
September 11, 2020 - Friday Night Football Week 3
Center 41 - Gladewater 40, Final Score
Joaquin 41 - Groveton 0, Final Score
Tenaha 49 - Kountze 0, Final Score
Timpson 60 - Mt Enterprise 0, Final Score
September 10, 2020 - Game tickets for the Price Carlisle game next week, September 18th, will be $5. They will be sold ONLY at the Event Center Monday 7am to 9am and 5pm to 7pm for Varsity Football, Band, and Cheerleader Parents ONLY.
Tuesday and Wednesday 7am to 9am and 5pm to 7pm for General Admission.
We are only allowed 135 tickets and therefore to allow as many familties as possible the opportunity to attend, we will only be allowing 2 tickets per participant / participants in a family.
Signatures will be taken to prevent repeat buyers. We are truly sorry about this and certainly wish this was not the case.
September 10, 2020 - Tenaha High School cross country boys' team started their season with a 1st place team finish and senior, Oscar Flores captured the 1st place individual spot at the Broaddus Invitational meet. The boys' team is led by three seniors, Oscar Flores, Irvin Barona and Eduardo Flores.
Schools were divided into heats due to UIL protocols and Tenaha ran against Center, Silsbee, Woden, Gary, San Augustine and Joaquin.
The girls' team placed 5th overall. Coach Lauri Sisk stated "If you live in Tenaha or even passing through, you've seen these kids running. When the schools closed due to Covid19, they ran and continued their runs all throughout the summer. They have such dedication to this sport, and I have the pleasure to see their commitment every day."
The next meet will be in West Sabine on September 16th.
September 10, 2020 - Tickets for the Joaquin vs. Ore City varsity football game that is scheduled to be played on September 18th at Ore City will only be available through an online link that will be provided by their school district. The link will be posted on both the Joaquin ISD Facebook page as well as our District website (http://www.joaquinisd.net) as soon as it becomes available. This link will more than likely be posted the Monday of game week. There will not be any paper tickets for this game as all tickets must be purchased through the link. There are 285 tickets available for this contest. Please continue to check these media outlets for the link! Go Rams!
September 9, 2020 - Due to a football player testing positive for COVID-19 and several other football players having been determined to have been in close contact with the individual, Shelbyville High School’s varsity football game scheduled for Friday, September 11th against Waskom high school is canceled. Following protocol, athletic facilities are being disinfected and thoroughly cleaned. Students who tested positive or who have been determined to have been in close contact with a person with COVID-19 have been placed in at-home quarantine for fourteen days.
Anyone who purchased a pre-sale ticket can return the ticket for a refund at the Shelbyville ISD Guard Booth.
All other sports activities (junior high football, volleyball, cross county) will proceed as scheduled. To help insure we can continue all of our educational and extracurricular activities, please remember to follow COVID-19 prevention strategies including washing hands frequently, wearing a protective face covering when around others, and practicing social distancing.
September 8, 2020 - Last Friday saw Joaquin and Tenaha high school’s varsity football games get cancelled due to extreme weather conditions.
The JHS Rams now stand at 1-0. The Rams last played two weeks ago when they defeated the Beckville Bearcats 8-6 in Joaquin to move their record to 1-0. This week they will travel to Groveton for a Friday night game at Indians Stadium on September 11, 2020. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. The Indians beat Lovelady 36-16 at home last week. Their record stands at 2-0.
Tenaha’s game with Arp was cancelled. They last played on the road two weeks ago and fell 42-29 to Honey Grove. The Tigers will travel to Kountze High School for a Friday game with the Lions on September 11. Kountze is 1-0 they defeated West Hardin last week on the road by a 40-0 score. Kickoff at Lions Stadium is at 7 p.m.
The Center Roughriders got in the win column last Friday with a 48-0 road win over the Jefferson Bulldogs. The ‘Riders are now 1-1. They will face Gladewater at Roughrider’s Stadium on Friday September 11 at 7:30 p.m. Gladewater is 1-1. They beat Spring Hill 66-20 last week.
The Shelbyville Dragons are now 0-2 after they lost a tough road game to Huntington High School by a 14-7 score. They will face the Waskom Wildcats this Friday at Shelbyville. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. Waskom shut out West Hardin 40-0 at home last week. They are 1-0.
The Timpson Bears are 2-0 after they beat Alto on the road at Yellowjackets Stadium by a 48-6 score. They will host the Mount Enterprise Wildcats on Friday at 7:30 p.m. The Wildcats are 0-1 and lost at Cayuga 38-12.
September 7, 2020 - Due to the school holiday on Monday, September 7th, the Joaquin Ram football tickets will be sold as follows for the away game at Groveton on September 11th. There are 400 tickets available for this game. All tickets are pre-sale and available for purchase at the Joaquin Administration Office.
- Office will be closed due to the Labor Day Holiday
- Parents of students who are participating in the event / Students participating in the event to include: Football players, cheerleaders and water girls. ***The band/majorettes will not be traveling to away games.
- Limit 2 per Student Athlete / Participant’s Family. ***For parents with multiple students participating, the number still remains at a limit of 2 tickets per family.
- General Admission Ticket Sales
- Limit 2 per person
- General Admission Ticket Sales
- Limit 2 per person
- General Admission Ticket Sales
- No limit – First come, first serve