February 23, 2021 - The Center JV tennis team will not be traveling to Longview on Wednesday, February 24th and will instead be traveling with the Varsity on Friday, February 26 to compete in the Spring Hill tournament.

They will be practicing after school Wednesday and Thursday before the Friday tournament.

February 22, 2021 - Lady Tigers Area Playoff versus Douglass is scheduled for 6pm Tuesday, February 23 in Cushing.

Tigers Bi-District Playoff vs Broaddus is scheduled for 6pm Tuesday, February 23 in Wells.

Tenaha will also host two games on Tuesday in the Special Events Center (SEC):

  • Longview vs Nacogdoches in SEC 6pm
  • Woden vs Union Grove in SEC 8pm

Coach Davison is on the right. Photo by Ronny and Rhonda Samford.

February 16, 2021 - Tenaha ISD congratulates Coach Garry Davison for being named to the University Interscholastic League's list of the 100 Greatest Girls Basketball Coaches in the history of the state of Texas High School Basketball.  In Davison's eight years at Tenaha, he has taken the Lady Tigers to four Regional Tournaments, three Region Finals and has a state ranked District Championship team entering this year's playoffs.

Joaquin High School on, February 12, 2021 –

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The Shelbyville Dragons Boys varsity basketball team won their final District 23 2A game of the year over the hometown Joaquin Rams by a 61-34 score.

The Dragons gained a6-2 lead by the midway point of the first period and led 20-10 at the buzzer which sent the game into the second quarter. The Dragons led 29-21 at the midway intermission.

Shelbyville was able to outpace Joaquin 21-6 during the third stanza and they took a 50-27 lead into the final period.

Dragon LD Coleman led all scorers this game with 20 points.

This game concluded the Rams season. The Dragons boasted a 7-5 conference record and will enter the playoffs as the district’s fourth seed. Playoff details will be made next week.

Tenaha High School on Thursday, February 11, 2021 –

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The Tenaha Lady Tigers Varsity Basketball Team defeated the West Sabine Lady Tigers 49-27 in a Texas UIL Basketball Bi-District Playoff game.

Tenaha jumped out to a 9-2 point lead by the midway point of the opening period and led 15-6 going into the second quarter. THS held a 26-16 advantage at the halftime intermission.

By the end of the third stanza Tenaha had boosted their lead to 20 points with a 40-20 lead.

Tenaha was led by Tiyanna Dagley with 12 points. Addy Duncan scored eight.

West Sabine was led scoring by Princess Hutchinson with 15 points.

The Lady Tigers will next face the winner of the Douglass versus Overton game, being played this Friday, to find out who their next opponent will be.

Besides this win, Tenaha Head Coach Gary Davison is having a great week as he was recognized as one of the 20 coaches this week to be acknowleged in the University Interscholastic League's 100th Years Celebration.



February 4, 2021 - Joaquin Youth Sports 2021 Baseball-Softball-Tee Ball-Wee Ball signups are underway! Signup dates at the Word of Faith Fellowship Hall are as follows:

  • Tuesday, February 9th, 6-8pm
  • Thursday, February 11th, 6-8pm
  • Saturday, February 13th, 9-11am

Information to bring:

  • Frist time player will need to bring a copy of the child's birth certificate

Information to know:

  • Due to COVID-19 we will not be trying on uniforms for sizing. We will provide a sizing chart to determine the size that your child will need. Uniforms will run pretty close to the same size as the previous year.
  • The cost is $85 for the first child; $80 for the second child; and $75 for the third child.
  • Age date for girls is January 1st and age date for boys is May 1st.

February 11, 2021 - Softball will not be traveling to Hemphill tomorrow, Friday, February 12, 2021. Game has been cancelled due to weather.

Tickets for Upcoming Ticket Sales - Tickets for our Softball/Baseball season will be sold online. Use the following link to purchase tickets:

February 10, 2021 - The Lady Riders Basketball Playoff game vs La Vega High School has been rescheduled again. The game will be played at Athens High School on Saturday, February 13 at 2pm. 

Ticket sales information has not changed. 

Ticket sales link:

Tickets are $4 each plus a surcharge. Everyone must have a ticket, even children, no passes will be accepted.

February 9, 2021 - Tonight the 6-2 Center Roughriders face the Rusk Eagles in Rusk. The Lady Riders are off tonight as they prepare for the playoffs.

The Ray Jones Chevrolet Pre-Game Show begins at 6:15 (or immediately following the JV Boys game.) The Broadcast Team visits with Coach Harrison, then we replay last Tuesday's Senior Night ceremony.

Then at halftime the Abundant Love Ministries Halftime Show features Kennedy Bush's very unique interview with fellow cheerleader Tatum Mettauer.

As the last game concludes, we'll talk to Center Motor's Ford Tough Player of the Game during the Farmers State Bank Postgame Show.

Again, first tip-off around 6:30, pregame at 6:15.

Find the live stream on Twitch.TV at the Roughridersports page.

8th Grade A-Team: (Front Row, left to right) Carson Bush, Caleb Parker, Caleb Handy (Manager), DaShun Edwards, (Back Row, left to right) Caleb Mosley, TJ Belin, Donte Moore, Jakevin Robinson, Jeremiah Ratcliff, Zane Hennigan, Logan Horton, and Michael Cloudy (Head Coach).

February 8, 2021 - On Thursday night, Center Middle School Boys Basketball celebrated their last Middle School basketball game with parents, sponsors, and friends. The night was filled with surprise gifts from community sponsors and parents.

Center Middle School parents would like to thank the following sponsors for making this event special for these middle school kids: Jessie and Shanell Ruiz - DJ Jessie; Amanda Bush - Gaddy’s Medical Supply; Ben Wulf - Portacool; and Chris Tyre.

Also, special thanks to Tracey Belin, Collin Bush, and Benita Collard for planning, organizing, and making this event special.

8th Grade B-Team: (Front Row, left to right) Tyce Scarber, Jabraelyn Mccolister, Abraylon Bell, Tristan Thompson, Sean’Brae Carson, (Back Row, left to right) Jakaedan Rodgers, JimMarion Smith, No’ah Thompson, Keaton Sigler, Brandon Barnes, Bryce Lee, and Josh Burns (Coach).