October 16, 2015 - The Joaquin ISD Cross Country team participated at the District Meet in New Summerfield on Wednesday, October 14th. Carlos Galan and Day'za Lane, both members of the High School team, advanced to the Regional Meet. Carlos placed 3rd and Day'za placed 6th. They will compete at the Regional Meet in Huntsville on October 26th.

Lorenzo Lane and Connor Bragg, both of the Joaquin JH Cross Country team, also placed at the District Meet. Lorenzo finished 2nd and Connor finished 3rd in the JH Boys Division. Congratulations to these athletes. Go RAMS!

October 16, 2015 - The entire CHS Varsity boys cross country team took 7 of the 10 qualifying spots for the regional meet. Girls Cross Country contestant, Illiana Rojas, placed 7th and qualified individually.

Regionals will be held on Monday, October 26, in Huntsville at Sam Houston State University.

Tenaha Sweeps Varsity Titles at District

 High School Boys' Cross Country front left to right: Carlos Bustamante Flores, Christian Castillo, Jordan Castillo and Tristan Keller. Back left to right- Trenton Hass, Alex Rodriguez, and Josue Vega.

October 16, 2015 - On October 14th in New Summerfield, Coach Lauri Sisk and the Tenaha High School and Junior High Cross Country teams competed in the District 22-2A District Meet. The day and the course would be painted maroon as Tenaha won three out of the four district team titles that were up for grabs. For the first time ever, Tenaha is home to the Varsity Boys and Girls District Cross Country Champions. Also, the Tenaha Junior High Boys team ran their way to the Junior High Championship as well.

Congratulations to Coach Sisk and all the runners who have logged the many tough and hot miles in the early morning and afternoon. Next up for Tiger XC is the Regional Meet at Sam Houston State on Saturday, October 26th for a chance to advance to State!

Varsity Girls' team-Front left to right: Elizabeth Hernandez, Jonica Glaze, Rebekah Bridges, and Daniela Leos. Back left to right-Selena Mendoza, Crystal McDonald, and Zoee Rogers.

Tenaha High School Cross Country Boys’ Varsity Team individual top 5 results:
Carlos Bustamante 11th Grade 1st Place
Jordan Castillo 11th Grade 2nd Place
Tristan Kellar 12th Grade 4th Place
Josue Vega 11th Grade 9th Place
Christian Castillo 9th Grade 10th Place

Tenaha High School Cross Country Girls’ Varsity Team individual top 5 results:
Jonica Glaze 9th Grade 4th Place
Rebekah Bridges 9th Grade 8th Place
Daniela Leos 11th Grade 9th Place
Zoee Rogers 10th Grade 12th Place
Crystal McDonald 10th Grade 22nd Place

Tenaha Junior High Cross Country Boys’ Team individual top 3 results:
Jesus Gonzales 8th Grade 1st Place
Corey McDonald 8th Grade 4th Place
Tyler Fountain 7th Grade 5th Place

Tenaha Junior High Cross Country Girls’ Team individual result:
Araceli Vazquez 8th Grade 6th Place

Junior High Boy and Girls - (Front row left to right) Irvin Barona, Erik Vazquez, Devin Lampley, Trevor Lampley, and Colton Kimbrough. (Back Row) Araceli Vazquez, Tray Tutt, Tyler Fountain, Jesus Gonzales, Corey McDonald and Oscar Flores.

October 15, 2015 - The Center Cross County Varsity team took first place in District contest with seven team members placing in the top 10.

The team traveled to Carthage Thursday, October 15, 2015 to compete in District contest against Carthage, Henderson, Rusk, and Tatum. With 7 of the top 10 places won by Center athletes, Center sealed the District Championship!

1st place - Giovani Angel
2nd place - Antonio Chavez
3rd place - Ruben Soto
4th place - Juan Ramirez
8th place - Daniel Chavez
9th place - Arnol Escobedo
10th place - Isidro Lopez

Congratulations Cross County on being Conference 4A, Region 3, District 19 Champions!

The boys are coached by Roque Palomino.

October 12, 2015 - The Friday, October 16, 2015 game between the Tenaha Tigers and the Texas Association of Christian Homeschool scheduled in Plano at 7:00 pm has been canceled per Mr. Tyner, Superintendent of Schools.

October 12, 2015 - Classic winners third place Frank and Selvin Cartwright, second place and day two big bass, Cody Barton and Jacob Permenter, Classic Champions John Olive and Jason Wells, and kneeling Day one big bass David Koonce.

Day one leaders Jacob Permenter and Cody Barton with 4 of their limit weighing 28.29lbs

The Shelby County Bass Anglers held the year end championship last weekend with nineteen teams qualifying to fish for the prestigious title. The championship is a two day event with day one being held on Sam Rayburn and day two on Toledo Bend. This event will wrap up the year and thanks to all the sponsors, members, and donors, it has been the most successful year in the history of the club.

On day one, the “Big Deal” team of Jacob Permenter and Cody Barton smashed a gigantic limit of Rayburn bass weighing 28.29lbs, giving the duo bragging rights after the weigh in. Sitting in second was the very consistent team of Frank and Selvin Cartwright with another large limit of bass weighing 23.24lbs. Rounding out the top three were the 2015 Anglers of the Year, John Olive and Jason Wells, with a limit tipping the scales at 22.12lbs. David Koonce and Brandon Wells had the overall big bass of day one with a 8.65lb lunker bass.

Day two brought different conditions as a cool front brought north winds and slowed the bite down considerably. John Olive and Jason Wells managed to cull out a limit weighing 15.37lbs to add to their day one weight. Chris and Andre Cartwright increased their two day total with another nice sack of bass weighing 13.03lbs followed by the team Marcus Cartwright and Tommy Land’s 12.75lb limit. Jacob Permenter and Cody Barton brought in the overall day two big bass of 6.34lbs.

After the two day weights were totaled, John Olive and Jason Wells were crowned the 2015 Norris Askew Classic Champions with a combined total of 37.49lbs. Jacob Permenter and Cody Barton came in a close second with 34.63lbs followed by the third place finishing team of Frank and Selvin Cartwright with 28.67lbs.

Darren Wiggins won the first place Calcutta pot by purchasing the winning team at the auction this past Tuesday night. David Koonce won second with Jacob Permenter and Cody Barton, and lastly Frank and Selvin Cartwright bought themselves winning an additional check with the Calcutta.

The SCBA banquet is scheduled for January 14th at the John D. Windham Civic Center with awards and guest speaker. The membership meeting for 2016 will follow on January 19th. Visit our website for more details at www.shelbycountybassanglers.com.

October 12, 2015 - The Show Baseball went to Tyler this past weekend to play in the 2015 Fall Ball 2-Day Tournament. The Show came out of pool play with 2 wins and 1 loss. The group of young men readjusted and went into Sunday’s bracket dominating 2 other teams. The team won the Championship game against a persistent Diamond Jaxx 5 – 4.

October 8, 2015 - Center Roughrider varsity football reserved seat tickets sale each week till Friday afternoon at 1:30pm.
 

October 8, 2015 - Volleyball is traveling to Huntington Saturday and the Varsity team will play first at 11am, then the 9th grade team with the JV team following.

October 8, 2015 - Volleyball is traveling to Huntington Saturday and the Varsity team will play first at 11am, then the 9th grade team with the JV team following.

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