May 4, 2015 - The Center Roughriders Baseball team secured first place in district last Friday night after a victory over Rusk. The Riders will be in first round playoff action this weekend against Huntington. Game 1 will be on Friday, May 8th in Center at 7 PM. Game 2 will be played on Saturday, May 9th at 1 PM in Huntington. Game 3 will follow 30 minutes following game 2 if needed.
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May 4, 2015 - Whitlee Reed, a sophomore at Center High School, competed in the Region 5 High Shool Rodeo Finals in Marshall, Texas on Aprill 11th and 12th. She won Champion Barrel Racer and reserve Champion Pole Bender. Reed will compete in the THSRA State Finals on June 5th through June 13th in Abilene, Texas.
The THSRA in the largest High School Rodeo Association in the nation and they sponsor over 125 rodeos per year throughout ten regions across Texas. Approximately 650 student athletes and 800 horses will call Abilene home for the week!
May 4, 2015 - Timpson Boys Track Team Regional Champs - The Timpson High School boys and girls track team competed in events at the regional tournament in Palestine this past weekend with the boys track team winning the regional track meet. The top two places in each event will compete in the state meet in Austin May 15 and 16. Congratulations to all Timpson High School competitors and good luck at state!
Results from the regional track meet:
4x100 Relay - (1st place team) Terence Garrett, Devonta Thompson, Shakur Johnson, Eric Gossett
100M Dash - Eric Gossett (1st place)
4x200 Relay - (1st place team) Hayden Smith, Devonta Thompson, Shakur Johnson, Eric Gossett
Shot Put - Alberto Cuero (2nd place)
400M Dash - Hayden Smith (4th place)
200M Dash - DeVonta Thompson (4th place)
Discus - Chandler Burgay (3rd place)
Long Jump - Shakur Johnson (5th place)
May 4, 2015 - Annabeth Vaughn placed 2nd in the Region 3 Class 2A Track and Field Meet which advanced her to the State Meet.
Annabeth will be high jumping in the Class 2A State Track and Field Meet in Austin on May 15th. Girls high jump begins at 11:00 a.m.
May 4, 2015 - Timpson Hs Track Team qualified several athletes for the State Track Meet in Austin, Texas on May 15-16, 2015.
State qualifiers are as follows:
Shot Put - Alberto Cuero
4x100M Relay - Eric Gossett, Shakur Johnson, Terence Garrett, Devonta Thompson
100M Dash - Eric Gossett
4x200M Relay - Hayden Smith, Shakur Johnson, Eric Gossett, Devonta Thompson
May 4, 2015 - The following Shelbyville High School students will compete in the UIL State Track & Field Meet in Austin, TX on May 15-16, 2015
Mikel Carter - Pole Vault
Keonna Osby - 400m, 800m and 4x400 Relay
Belinda Bohannon - 4x200 Relay
Daisy Cartwright - 4x200 Relay and 4x400 Relay
Kyra Ross - 4x200 Relay and 4x400 Relay
Cleosha Jeter - Triple Jump, 4x200 Relay and 4x400 Relay
Bailey Rabalais - Discus
**Regional Champions at the Region III -AA Track Meet
Keonna Osby - 800m Run and 4x400 Relay
Daisy Cartwright - 4x400 Relay
Kyra Ross - 4x400 Relay
Cleosha Jeter - 4x400 Relay
**Regional & Shelbyville High School Record Set in the 4x400 Relay with a time of 4:02.36
May 1, 2015 - Torres Qualifies For State - Timpson High School’s Robert Torres qualified for state poetry competition placing 3rd at Regionals. He will be competing at the State UIL Academic Contest on May 26 - 27th in Austin, TX at the University of Texas campus. Principal Ronald Lindgren said he is very proud of Robert and the 17 other students who qualified and competed at the regional competition. Good luck to Robert at state!
April 30, 2015 - Several Shelbyville HS students qualified for the Region 3-2A Track Meet to be held in Palestine, TX on May 1-2, 2015.
Regional Qualifers are TaVion Barnes, Corey Bearden, Jeron Boykins, Mikel Carter, Malik Cartwright, Terrell Cartwright, Kal Metcalf, Dee Osby, Belinda Bohannon, Daisy Cartwright, Cleosha Jeter, Kyra Ross, Keonna Osby, Bailey Rabalais and Catasia Walker.
April 30, 2015 - Hello from Huxley Bay Marina. This is the fishing report from Marvin.
I've been out white/yellow bass fishing on the sand bars. And I have been catching some on lead slabs. As a bonus (depending on how you look at it) been getting a fair amount of Drum at the same time. It is always fun catching them.
The Crappie is still biting on little jigs and crappie nibblers. Been getting them in the shallows, about 5ft-9ft. Hear some people catching them on minnows so if you like using them they are still working.
Only things I have heard this week about the bass fishing is "it's slow". No good news from me there.
The cat fishing has been very good in the river channel on cut bait this week. Been seeing quite a few 7-10lbs pulled out of the water.
Good luck fishing from Huxley Bay Marina. Feel free to stop by with your fish and get your picture taken. We will post the pictures on the website @ facebook.com/huxleybaymarina.
April 28, 2015 - The Shelby County Bass Anglers (SCBA) held the 3rd event of the 2015 season last weekend out of Huxley Bay Marina on Toledo Bend Lake. 42 teams of anglers showed up to test their skills against these largemouth bass that were primarily in the post spawn state.
Despite fishing solo, Ryan Pinkston managed to coax the largest limit of Toledo bass weighing 20.77lbs. The second overall big bass of 6.21lbs anchored his first place finish, which was sponsored by Construction Safety Product out of Nacogdoches.
The father/son team of Vic and Cole Cooper wrapped up the second place position with 19.02lbs. The duo reported catching numerous fish during the day. Cole is a student at Shelbyville High School.
Third place team of Andrea and Chris Cartwright reeled in a solid limit of bass tipping the scales at 18.98lbs. Rounding out the fourth place spot was another father/son team of Glen Earl and Moon Pie Sowell, who also had the overall big bass of the event weighing 6.32lbs. Their limit came in at 18.31lbs. The team combo pot was claimed by third place team of Andre/Chris Cartwright paired up with Greg McDonald and Brad Jones with a combined weight of 34.25lbs.
Overall, this seemed to be the best tournament in several years as far as limits of bass were concerned. The average weights per boat were up and overall number of fish brought into the scales was the most in several seasons. The fisheries are thriving and the SCBA is blessed to have these watersheds to take advantage of.
The Take a Kid Fishing tournament is scheduled for May 9th at Huxley Bay so be sure and get your children signed up for that event that has many great sponsors backing it. The next pre-tournament meeting for the SCBA is May 19th, with the May tournament to be held at Cassells-Boykin park on Lake Sam Rayburn. For more details about the club, please visit our website at www.shelbycountybassanglers.com