December 5, 2022 - Shelbyville Dragons will have three basketball games on Tuesday, December 6 at home starting at 5pm. The Varsity Girls will play first at 5pm against Colmesneil, then Jr. Varsity Boys will follow at 6:15pm against San Augustine, and finally Varsity Boys will play at 7:30pm versus San Augustine.

  • VG at 5pm vs Colmesneil
  • JVB at 6:15pm vs San Augustine JV
  • VB at 7:30pm vs San Augustine V

Coach Augustus Moore, III
Head Boys Basketball

December 5, 2022 - Shelbyville High School senior, Kara Jones, was selected Volleyball 1st Team All-District, outside hitter, and will play on the East Team in the "936 Volleyball All-Star Game" on December 10, 2022.

The "936 Volleyball All-Star Game" presented by Ground Chevrolet starts at 7pm on December 10, 2022 at Lufkin High School. A committee of five area coaches selected 24 players with 2 alternates to represent most of the 936 area code volleyball teams. Thirteen schools ranging from 1A-5A are represented in the All-Star teams - East Team and West Team. Four All-Star coaches were selected based upon their post season finishes.

Doors open at 6:30pm, game starts at 7pm with introductions of all the players and coaches. To view the full roster of both teams, click here.

Lindale Eagles Stadium on Friday December 2, 2022 –

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The Timpson Bears varsity football team took a convincing 34-13 Texas State UIL Quarterfinals win over the Cooper Bulldogs on Friday at Lindale Eagles Stadium.

The Bears trailed early after Cooper started strong with a 14-play 76-yard scoring drive which concluded with a 4-yard touchdown run by Canon Ingram. An extra point kick by Sean Patel gave the Bulldogs a 7-0 advantage at the 6:13 minute mark of the first quarter of play.

The second period saw the Bears drive 72-yards to score on an offensive drive capped with a Terry Bussey 13-yard touchdown which cut the Bulldogs lead to 7-6 after a failed extra point kick attempt, with 9:39 left in the second frame. Bulldog Markell Smith gave CHS good field position when he returned the ensuing kickoff into Bear’s territory at the 45-yardline. Cooper began to drive the football but Timpson reclaimed the pigskin when Ja’Cayden Adams and Jacorian Grace sacked the ‘Dogs quarterback forcing them to turnover the ball on downs with 8 minutes left in the first half.

Bussey hit Bears receiver Colton Carroll on Timpson’s next drive to set themselves up with first-and-goal at the 3-yardline with 8 minutes left in the second stanza. Bussey scored a touchdown moments later with a lot of help from the Bears linemen getting a huge push. Tyler Lane added an extra point kick and THS took a 13-7 lead with 5:37 left. This score held up throughout the remainder of the second period.

The only score of the third quarter came when Bussey broke free around the end for a 29-yard touchdown run with 10:20 remaining. Lane added another extra point kick to give the Bears a 20-7 lead.

The Bears narrowly missed a 27-yard field goal with 5 minutes left in the third stanza but it sailed just wide of the right goalpost.

The fourth frame saw Cooper gain their final score when Patel scored on a 4-yard run to cut Timpson’s lead to 20-13 with 9:35 left in the contest.

Bussey helped give THS breathing room when he hit Vosky Howard for a 27-yard scoring strike with 6:59 remaining to give the Bears a 27-13 lead. Bussey later scored the game’s final touchdown with a 1-yard keeper run for a touchdown which gave THS the final 34-13 lead after another Lane extra point kick with 2:56 remaining.

Timpson, now 14-0, will move on to face the Refugio Bobcats (13-1) in the State Semifinal round at Cypress Berry Center Stadium on Thursday, December 8, 2022 at 6 p.m. The Stadium is at 8877 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress Texas 77433. The Bobcats advanced with a thrilling 27-21 win over the Shiner Comanches.

December 2, 2022 - Shelby County Varsity Football is down to the Timpson Bears in week 4 of playoffs - Texas UIL State Class 2A Division I Quarterfinals.

Friday, December 2
Timpson 34 - Cooper 13, Final Score

Joaquin and Timpson each advanced to the Region III Playoff Round of the Texas UIL Football Playoffs last Friday. Timpson advanced but Joaquin was eliminated.

The Joaquin Rams ended their 2022 season at 10-3 overall this season. They fell to the Cooper Bulldogs (13-0) at Tyler Rose Stadium by a 33-11 score.

The Timpson Bears are 13-0 overall. They defeated the Centerville Tigers at Jacksonville’s Tomato Bowl Stadium by a 41-14 score. They will now advance to face the Cooper Bulldogs (13-0) in the Texas UIL State Class 2A Division I Quarterfinals at Lindale Eagles Stadium on Friday, December 2, 2022. Kickoff will be at 7 p.m. Timpson will be the visitors.

Friday, November 25, 2022 at Jacksonville’s Tomato Bowl Stadium –

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The Timpson Bears varsity football team won a 41-14 Region III playoff elimination game over the Centerville Tigers (10-3) on Friday. The game gives the Bears a 13-0 season mark and advances them to the Region III State Quarterfinals where they will face the Cooper Bulldogs (13-0). Cooper advanced by defeating the Joaquin Rams (9-3) by a 33-11 score last Friday.

Centerville’s Tiger offense had early success moving the football but their first drive stalled when senior defensive lineman LT Washington recovered a Centerville fumble on the Bears 7-yardline to give THS possession with 6 minutes left in the first quarter. The Bears capitalized by driving the ball 93 yards in 9 plays. Junior quarterback terry Bussey capped the drive with a 58-yard run to the endzone to finish the drive. Junior Tyler Lane kicked the extra point to give Timpson a 7-0 lead with 9 seconds left in the first stanza.

The Tigers were forced to punt the ball away early in the second frame when their drive stalled. The Bears drove 70 yards and Bussey capped the drive with his second touchdown run with 4:51 remaining in the second quarter. Another Lane extra point kick put THS up 14-0.

Centerville answered with a 70-yard drive capped by a 3-yard run by senior Paxton Hancock. An extra point by sophomore Gabe Landis cut the THS lead to 14-7 with 1:14 left in the first half.

On Timpson’s next possession Bussey found junior receiver Vosky Howard for a pass reception which saw him bolt, spin, and twist his way to the endzone while carrying would-be tacklers in tow. With just 32 seconds remaining Lane added another extra point kick for the first half’s final score. The Bears held a 21-7 advantage at the midway break.

A 50-yard completion for a score, from Bussey to Howard with 10:08 left in the third period, gave Timpson a 27-7 lead after a failed extra point attempt.

A Tiger’s 4-yard rushing score from junior Zantayl Holley cut the Bear’s lead to 27-14 with 5:22 left in the third frame.

The Tigers attempted an onside kick but this gave the Bears excellent field position at midfield. Bussey capped a 9-play scoring drive with a 10-yard quarterback keeper run for the next score. Another Lane extra point kick gave the Bears a 34-14 lead with just 56 seconds left in the third quarter of play.

Centerville’s final drive of the third stanza resulted in a miscue as Howard recovered a Tiger’s fumble to give Timpson possession at the CHS 36-yardline at the end of the period.

The fourth quarter saw Bussey cap a 4-play 69-yard drive with a 23-yard scoring run. A successful extra point with 10:27 remaining in the contest would prove to be the game’s final score. Timpson held a 41-14 lead throughout the remainder of the contest. An interception near midfield by junior Bears linebacker Cam Bennett helped THS to keep possession and keep the playclock ticking. The Bear’s defense was able to hold Centerville’s next drive in-check to help in the win. The Bear’s offense was content to simply run out the clock on their final possession.

The Timpson Bears and Cooper Bulldogs will face off on Friday, December 2, 2022, at 7 p.m. at Lindale Eagles Stadium.

November 25, 2022 - Shelby County Varsity Football scores are below for playoffs week 3 - Region III Semifinals.

Friday, November 25
Joaquin 11 - Cooper 33, Final Score
Timpson 41 - Centerville 14, Final Score

November 21, 2022 - Joaquin Rams will face the Cooper Bulldogs on Friday, November 25th at 7:00 pm for the regional semifinal championship. This contest will be played at Tyler Rose Stadium. Tickets will be sold online only at the following link: Joaquin is the home team. Admission: $6.00 across the board. Passes accepted: District, THSCA, and Senior Citizen.

Center, Joaquin, and Timpson each advanced on to the Area Round of the Texas UIL Football Playoffs where Joaquin and Timpson advanced again but Center was eliminated.

The Roughriders posted an 8-4 overall record they faced the Aubrey Chaparrals at Tyler but fell just short in a 4-overtime thriller by a 43-41 score.

The Joaquin Rams are now 10-2 overall this season. They defeated Beckville 35-14 on Friday at Stephen F Austin. They will next face the Cooper Bulldogs (12-0) in a Region III Semifinal. Cooper beat Corrigan-Camden by a 40-14 score. The game will be at Tyler Rose Stadium on Friday, November 25 at 7 p.m.

The #1 Timpson Bears are 12-0 overall after beating Frankston 49-7. The Bears will face the Centerville Tigers at Jacksonville’s Tomato Bowl Stadium on Friday, November 25 at 7 p.m. Centerville beat Honey Grove 54-13 to advance to the Region III Semifinal.

Stephen F. Austin’s Homer Bryce Stadium on Friday, November 18, 2022 –

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The Joaquin Rams (10-2) have beaten the Beckville Bearcats (11-1) by a 35-14 score to earn the right to advance to the regional semifinal round of the 2022 Texas UIL Football Playoffs. Joaquin will next face the Cooper Bulldogs (12-0). Cooper advanced by defeating Corrigan-Camden 40-14 on Friday. Joaquin and Cooper will face off nerxt Friday, November 25, 2022 at Tyler Rose Stadium. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.

On Joaquin’s second possession Ram Andre Brown broke free for a 57-yard touchdown run with 2:47 minutes left in the first quarter. An extra point kick gave JHS a 7-0 advantage.

Bearcat Jkoby Williams broke free for a 55-yard touchdown seconds later and an extra point kick by Adian Brantley tied the game at 7-7 with 1:16 left in the opening period.

Maddox Hutchins recovered a Bearcats fumble near midfield to give Joaquin possession with 10:32 left in the second stanza. On Joaquin’s ensuing drive Keaton Hodge picked off a Rams pass to regain possession for the Bearcats at the 7:33 minute mark.

The Bearcats used seven plays to move the ball to the Joaquin 4-yardline, however disaster struck for the Bearcats, when Calan Castles threw the ball to Ram Andre Brown. He intercepted the pass and returned it 95 yards for a score as the halftime buzzer sounded. Joaquin took a 14-7 lead into the lockerroom at the midway intermission.

Brown scored again later on a 19-yard touchdown run with 11:15 left in the third quarter to help JHS take a 21-7 lead.

Beckville answered with a scoring drive of their own which saw Calan Castles hit Jkoby Williams for a 70-yard touchdown with 7:36 left in the third frame. This cut Joaquin’s lead to 21-14.

There was no lack of fireworks in the fourth frame. Gauge Jordan scored on a 40-yard touchdown run which helped put JHS up 28-14 with 3:49 left in the final quarter. Moments later Cole Bragg intercepted a Bearcats pass near midfield. Then with just 2:14 Jordan intercepted a Bearcats pass and returned it for a 33-yard touchdown which gave JHS a 35-14 advantage. Jordan later recovered a BHS fumble which proved to be the final nail in the Bearcats hopes of avoiding the elimination loss.