November 8, 2021 - Shelbyville's Junior High Basketball games scheduled for November 11 has been cancelled with Timpson.

The girls Basketball game has been rescheduled for today, November 8 at Timpson starting at 4pm, starting with 7th grade girls and then 8th grade.

Timpson John H. Eakin Stadium on Friday, November 5, 2021 –

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The Timpson Bears varsity football team blew a close game wide open when they outscored the Shelbyville Dragons 35-0 in the final 15:45 minutes of the contest.

The Bears opened the game with a 5-play 50-yard drive which saw sophomore quarterback Terry Bussey hit senior Malachi Blanton for a 23-yard touchdown reception. Logan Depaepe kicked the extra point and THS led 7-0 with 10:54 minutes left in the first quarter.

Timpson went up 14-0 after Bussey intercepted a Dragons pass attempt and the Bears were able to drive 54 yards in nine plays. The Bear’s drive was capped when Braden Courtney ran into the endzone from 3 yards out. Dapaepe added his second of eight extra-point kicks this night, to give THS a 14-0 lead with 4:20 still left in the opening period.

Shelbyville used a 16-play drive which covered 83 yards to gain their first score. Senior quarterback Jakory Standley scored on a 1-yard keeper run to cut the Bears lead to 14-6 with 3:40 left in the second frame.

Hunter Tipton stripped a Dragon ball carrier to give the Bears possession on the Dragons first offensive drive of the second half. With 7:37 left in the third stanza Bussey scored again on a 26-yard touchdown run to give THS a 21-6 advantage.

Shelbyville kept fighting and cut the Bear’s advantage to 21-14 when junior runningback Zay Cartwright put together a couple of explosive runs which covered 60 yards including a 3-yard touchdown with 4:10 remaining in the third period. Blanton hit senior Kevin Jones for a 2-point conversion which would prove to be the Dragons final score for the day.

The remainder of the game saw the Bears outpace the Dragons 35-0 and take the 56-14 District 10 2A-1 win and the conference title. THS finished the season with an 8-0 overall record and a 4-0 conference mark. As champions the Bears will face the Frankston Indians (5-5, 3-3). The Indians are the fourth-place representative of District 9 2A-1. The game will be on Thursday November 11, 2021 at 7 p.m. at Jacksonville’s Tomato Bowl.

Shelbyville is 6-4 overall and 2-2 in District 10 action. The Dragons finished in a three-way tie for second place in the district. They will face Carlisle on Thursday, November 11 at 7 p.m. in Carthage Bulldogs Stadium. Carlisle is the second seed for District 9 they have a 5-4 overall record and were 5-1 in conference action.

November 5, 2021 - Week 11 of Shelby County Football Scores

Friday, November 5
Center 45 - Rusk 48, Final Score
Joaquin 32 - Garrison 40, Final Score (Overtime)
Shelbyville 14 - Timpson 56, Final Score

Last week all five of Shelby County’s varsity football teams played district games.

The Center Roughriders fell to the Jasper Bulldogs by a 47-14 score. The ‘Riders are 1-8 and they will now travel to Rusk for their final District 10 4A-2 game. CHS has a 1-3 conference mark and need a win to have a chance at the fourth seed for this years bi-district playoffs. Rusk is 7-2 overall and they have a third place seeding with a 2-2 conference mark. The game will be at Eagles Stadium on Friday, November 5, 2021 at 7:30 p.m.

The Joaquin Rams fell at home to the Timpson Bears by a 47-0 score last Friday. The Rams are now 5-3, 2-1. They will travel to Garrison on Friday November 5, for a 7:30 p.m. game with the Bulldogs. Garrison is 3-4, 1-2. They won over the San Augustine Wolves on October 22 by a 31-30 score.

The Bears are 8-0 overall. The 47-0 win over Joaquin gave them a 3-0 District 10 2A-1 record. They have clinched the first place seeding for the conference. They will finish conference play by hosting the Shelbyville Dragons (6-3, 2-1) on Friday, November 5 at 7:30 p.m. The Dragons beat San Augustine 36-0 last Friday.

The Tenaha Tigers finished their regular season with a 42-8 win over the Overton Mustangs. They captured the District11 2A-2 title with a 6-0 mark. Their regular season record mark stands at 8-2. They will enjoy a bye week on Friday and await the announcement of their bi-district opponent.

November 2, 2021 - The Lady Dragons Volleyball team made Shelbyville proud on Monday, November 1, 2021 in their game against Overton in the Bi-District round of playoffs. The Dragons lost in five sets but fought the Mustangs to the last stretch of the race.

The Dragons took a bit to get going losing the first two sets 25-9 and 25-20 but after the newness of the playoffs wore off, the Dragons got down to business winning the third set (10-25) and fourth (21/25) set to stay in the game.

With the match tied 2 sets to 2 sets the Dragons and the Mustangs went into the fifth set to determine the win. Once the smoke settled, the Dragons fell 15-10 but they still ended the season as Champions by bringing the Dragons into the playoffs for the first time in its history.

The Dragons end their 2021 season with an overall record of 23-15, District record of 6-4, and finished 2nd in their District only behind Beckville.

Shelbyville Volleyball History:
2021 - District 6-4
2020 - District 1-9
2019 - District 0-12
2018 - District 3-9
2017 - District 0-12
2016 - District 0-12
2015 - District 0-10

November 1, 2021 - The Lady Dragons Volleyball team has made program history by making the playoffs for the first time! The Dragons (23-14) will play Overton (28-11) today, November 1st at Nacogdoches High School at 6pm in the Bi-District round of the 2A Region 3 Volleyball Playoffs. Ticket prices ar $5 for adults and $3 for students.

The Shelbyville Lady Dragons Volleyball team competed against Timpson on Friday, October 22 losing in five sets. The Dragons were down in the first set 16-25 but came back to tie in the second set 27-25 in a hard fought battle. The Bears won the third set 19-25 but the Dragons again battled back to tie the match up in the fourth set 25-23. It was a hard loss in the final set with the Bears winning 15-8.

Shelbyville (2) and Timpson (3) statistics:
Kate Lawson - 38 assists, 25 digs, 1 kill
Kiana Bennett - 19 kills, 19 digs, 4 blocks
Ma'Kayja Horton - 7 kills, 16 digs, 2 aces, 1 block
Abby Shofner - 15 digs
Taylor Jones - 3 kills, 10 digs, 1 ace, 2 assists
Kara Jones - 9 kills, 5 blocks, 7 digs, 3 aces
Cadience Thompson - 7 kills, 8 digs, 1 block, 1 ace
Neera Smith - 7 digs

On Tuesday, October 26, the Lady Dragons fell to Beckville in three sets: 25-8, 25-16, 26-9.

Shelbyville (0) and Beckville (3) statistics:
Kate Lawson - 11 assists, 8 digs, 1 block
Kiana Bennett - 6 kills, 3 digs, 3 blocks
Kara Jones - 3 kills, 1 dig, 1 block
Ma'Kayja Horton - 1 kill, 6 digs
Cadience Thompson - 1 kill, 8 digs
Neera Smith - 7 digs

The two loses brought the Dragons season record to 23-14 and district record to 6-4. The Dragons record at home is 9-2 and have made history by making it to the playoffs for the first time!

Joaquin Rams Stadium on Friday, October 29, 2021 –

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The Timpson Bears varsity football team has clinched the District 10 2A-1 title with a 47-0 road win over the Joaquin Rams. The Bears have an 8-0 season mark and a 3-0 conference record with one game remaining.

Timpson got on the scoreboard with 7:09 left in the first quarter when Terry Bussey ran a quarterback keeper into the endzone on third and goal. Logan Depaepe kicked the extra point and THS led 7-0.

The Bears got an 8-yard rushing score from Braden Courtney with 4:59 left in the first period giving them a 13-0 advantage. LT Washington later hit Courtney for a 41-yard touchdown reception with 11:09 left in the second stanza to help give THS a 20-0 advantage.

Bear Vosky Howard caught a 65-yard touchdown from Bussey which gave Timpson a 27-0 lead with 3:24 left in the second quarter.

Bussey caught a pass with 1:26 left before the halftime intermission and he raced 55 yards for a score which helped give THS a 34-0 lead at the midway intermission.

Howard took the second half kickoff and raced 65 yards for a score to give the Bears a 40-0 lead at the beginning of the third frame. The final score came when Bussey hit Mykendrick Roberts for a touchdown reception with 2:30 left in the third quarter and Depaepe kicked an extra point to give the Bears a 47-0 lead.

The Bears will host the Shelbyville Dragons (6-3, 2-1) on Friday November 5, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. at Bears Stadium. The Dragons beat the San Augustine Wolves on Friday by a 36-0 score.

The Rams are now 5-3 overall and 2-1 in district. They will face Garrison at Bulldogs Stadium on Friday, November 5 at 7:30 p.m. the Bulldogs are 3-4 overall and 1-2 in conference action. They had a bye on Friday.

Thursday, October 28, 2021 at Tenaha’s Raymond Jackson Stadium –

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The Tenaha Tigers’ varsity football team clinched a perfect 6-0 District 11 2A-2 record with a 42-8 win over the visiting Overton Mustangs. Tenaha has finished their regular season play with an 8-2 overall record and the conference title. They will now enjoy a bye week as they wait to see who they will face in bi-district play in two weeks.

The Tigers got on the scoreboard first when Trindon Claiborne found Markee Rasberry for an 8-yard touchdown which capped a 75-yard scoring drive with 5:56 minutes remaining in the first quarter. The first of six extra point kicks by Manuel Laredo gave THS a 7-0 lead.

Rasberry caught a second touchdown with just 29 seconds left in the opening stanza and THS took a 14-0 advantage into the second quarter.

Claiborne hit Debrae’lyn Cooks for a 62-yard score with 6:48 left in the second period and Tenaha led 21-0. Then Jeremy Patton caught a 31-yard score with 2:31 before halftime. Rasperry caught his third touchdown of the game which helped give Tenaha a 35-0 advantage with just seconds remaining before the midway intermission.

The Tigers gained a 42-0 lead with just 5:44 remaining in the game when Christian Sparks caught a 20-yard touchdown from Brikelian Kenney.

Overton scored just seconds before the final minute on a 19-yard Anthony Merit touchdown run. The Mustangs made a 2-point conversion run to cut the final Tenaha lead to 42-8.

October 28, 2021 - Week 10 of Shelby County Football Scores

Friday, October 29
Center 14 - Jasper 47, Final Score
Joaquin 0 - Timpson 47, Final Score
Shelbyville 36 - San Augustine 0, Final Score
Thursday, October 28
Tenaha 42 - Overton 8, Final Score

October 28, 2021 - The Tenaha ISD boys cross country team clinched district championship in Shelbyville in mid October and qualified for the regional meet in Huntsville. Junior, Evan Plata, led the way for the team to win a repeat Regional Championship, qualifying for the Cross Country State Championship held in Round Rock on November 6th. The goal was to stay together as a pack, and they crossed the finish line staying ahead of the top 34 boys out of 168 runners. Individual placing for the Tigers were Evan Plata 2nd, Misael Hernandez 6th, Jario Hernandez 13th, Alan Mosqueda 32nd, and Daniel Loredo finished 33rd.

Coach Lauri Sisk stated, “When the season started, this team had high expectations, with the same determination, commitment, and grit as the 2020 team. Last year’s team were mostly seniors, but the 2021 team is composed of mostly underclassmen. This team is young with only one senior, Alan Mosqueda. The goal from the beginning was to bring home another regional championship, and these boys fully dedicated themselves to win. As a young team, it took a lot of grit to win the Regional Championship again. I’m proud of the way this team has stepped up the entire season.”

The Tigers will compete in the UIL Cross Country State Championship at 9:00 am, November 6th, at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.

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