April 13, 2015 - Center Roughrider Soccer will face Liberty Hill on Wednesday, April 15that 6:30PM for the State Semi-Final. The game will be in Georgetown. If they win, they will play for the State Championship on Friday, April 17th at 4:00PM.

April 13, 2015 - Center Roughrider Soccer will face Liberty Hill on Wednesday, April 15that 6:30PM for the State Semi-Final. The game will be in Georgetown. If they win, they will play for the State Championship on Friday, April 17th at 4:00PM.

May 27, 2015 - The 12U Joaquin Lady Ram All Star Team competed at the District Tournament in Nacogdoches, Texas on May 23rd and 24th. Due to weather, the team played 5 games on Saturday with the last game carrying over into Sunday morning.

The Lady Rams went undefeated in all five of those games which placed them playing in the District Championship game on Sunday at 11:30 am.

The Lady Rams faced the Hudson Hornets in the Championship Game, having already defeated them once during the tournament, were able to defeat them again in the final game. The Lady Rams won the championship game 7-4 earning the title Undefeated 12U District Champions.

Congratulations ladies on digging deep, playing your hearts out and never giving up.

The Lady Rams will compete in the State Tournament on June 12-14 in Lufkin Texas. Good Luck. All In.

(Front row) JJ Bass, Kennedy Stanley, Kaylie Brooks, Kaylea Neal (Back row) Victoria Byrd, Kaylee Oliver, Ebbie Kate McCann, Maddisyn Cheatwood, Emma Martin, Camryn Runnels (Coaches) Jason Stanley and Johnathan Neal

April 10, 2015 - My name is Marvin and I’ll be giving a weekly fishing update from Huxley Bay Marina.

If you haven’t been out crappie fishing you need to be. Hearing reports from fisherman catching crappie with minnows and little jigs (personally I’m using a jig and crappie nibbler). Fish your favorite structure or in the shallows. Motion seems to be helping get the strikes at the moment.

The large Mouth Bass are a hit and miss right now. Hearing some people have been catching them but no solid pattern yet. With a little good weather to help clear up the water the fish strikes should start picking up.

Those of you who like to fish trout lines; I’ve gotten reports of a few people getting some Flat Head Catfish. My neighbor managed to get about 300lbs of Blues and a very impressive 67lb Flat Head in one run of his trout lines.

As we see nice fish coming through Huxley Bay Marina we will be posting them on our Facebook page. Feel free to check them out at

April 9, 2015 - The Junior and Senior teams started the National Tournament off with a bang by winning their first games yesterday afternoon. The Juniors beat Frankston while the Senior boys took care of Martin's Mill.

Today the Junior boys kept their winning streak alive by beating Buffalo 34-19. The Senior boys lost by only 3 points to Snook. Both Tiger squads face rematches with Grapeland tonight.

Thank you again to all the people who bought t-shirts, raffle tickets, and baked goods to help send our boys to Nocona.
They are doing a great job representing our school and community.

April 9, 2015 - Joaquin took the overall team District Champions in both Boys and Girls . The first and second place finishers in each division advance to regionals in Corsicana April 20th and 21st.

District 22-2A Tennis Results:

Girls' Singles - Kaitlyn Scruggs, Joaquin (1st place); Annabella Lowden, Martinsville (2nd place); Alexis Byrd, Joaquin (3rd place); Brooke McClure, Tenaha (4th place)

Girls' Doubles - Daylana Daw / Maci McDaniel, Joaquin (1st place); Jaz Atkins / Jacy Williams, Joaquin (2nd place)

Boys' Singles - Lewis Blount, Joaquin (1st place); Justin Webster, Joaquin (2nd place); Dalton Pulver, Martinsville (3rd place)

Boys' Doubles - Josh Darnielle / Colby Hamilton, Joaquin (1st place); Colton Goeke / Andy Ward, Tenaha (2nd place); Levi Enloe / Noah Berney, Martinsville (3rd place); Mathew Hughes / Kaleb Wilburn, Joaquin (4th place)

Mixed Doubles - Christipher Lightfoot / Brooklyn Smith, Joaquin (1st place); Blake Enloe/ Daisy Sequeda, Martinsville (2nd place); Colby Wilson / Haley Moon, Martinsville (3rd place); Justin Bailey / Katelyn Martinez, Joaquin (4th place)

April 9, 2015 - Joaquin ISD Golf Team competed in the District meet on Monday, April 6th at Carthage Country Club. Both teams placed 2nd in the district making them regional qualifiers. Dalayna Daw was a 1st place medalist.

Girls: Caitlyn Gates, Nikki Cox, Maci McDaniel, Dalayna Daw, Sydney Harville, Kendall Smith (not pictured).

Boys: Reagan Hovey, Vic Patel, Lewis Blount, Adam Mason, Cole Powdrill, and Dalton Wheless.

April 8, 2015 - The Center Roughrider Varsity Soccer team continues their march to State after a win over Little Cypress Mauriceville on Tuesday. The Riders are scheduled to play at A&M Consolidated on Friday, April 10th at 5 PM versus Furr.

If they win, they are scheduled to play on Saturday at 4:00 PM against the winner of Palestine versus Scarborough. Entrance will be $5 for students and $10 for adults.

The address for the stadium is: 1801 Harvey Mitchell Parkway South, College Station, TX 77840

April 8, 2015 - Recently, Center High School Senior, Devincent Hoyt, under the coaching of Bryan Clay, attended the State Powerlifting Meet in Abilene. Devincent has had a successful career in powerlifting that has taken him post-season level multiple times. Competing in the 242 pound weight class, he marked a squat of 600, bench press of 385, and a dead lift of 560.

The grand total was 1,545 lbs. earning him the sixth place medal at State. Devincent was also the recipient of the $1000 scholarship. Congratulations to Devincent and Coach Clay on a successful season!

April 8, 2015 - The Tenaha Tigers traveled to Gary with heavy hearts to take on their district rival Gary Bobcats. Only a few days after losing a cherished team member, bat boy, Cole DePriest. Cole, the son of Coach David DePriest and wife Colette Cross DePriest, was a much loved and integral part of the team. Tenaha played with purpose and brought home a victory for Cole. 4 - 3 was the final score but not the end of the story.

Tenaha did not wear their classic Tiger jerseys. Instead every player wore a T with the words "Cole Man" on the front and "DePriest" on the back in memory of and in respect to Cole and his family.

After every game Cole would slide into first or third base depending on which dugout Tenaha occupied. Over and over until you couldn't tell where the dirt stopped and the kid started. After the game, each team member took turns sliding into first base as a symbol of the love they have for Cole and his family.

Tenaha's victory was dedicated to Cole Howard DePriest .....God love and keep you little man.