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January 22, 2021 - The Tenaha Tiger's Friday girls’ soccer game vs Carthage Today, January 22, 2021, has been moved to the Carthage Bulldog Stadium at 5:00. Prepare for possible rain during the game.

Center Roughriders Stadium on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 –

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The Center Roughriders Junior Varsity and Varsity soccer teams competed with visiting Chapel Hill on Tuesday. In JV action Center took a 6-1 win.

The Roughriders varsity boys fell to the Bulldogs by a narrow 2-3 score. CHS trailed 0-2 at halftime but battled back to outscore Chapel Hill 2-1 in the second half.

January 19, 2021 - Tenaha Tigers varsity girls play today, Tuesday, January 19, 2021 against Martinsville in Martinsville at 5pm. No general admission.

Boys games cancelled.

Tenaha SEC on Friday, January 15, 2021 –

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The Tenaha Lady Tigers varsity basketball team was able to take a 46-42 District 23 2A varsity basketball win from the Lady Dragons of Shelbyville on Friday. The win puts the THS conference mark at 6-0 and THS has a 13-2 overall record. Shelbyville now stands at 11-5 for the season and they are 3-3 in league play.

The game was close early and THS led 8-5 midway through the opening period. Shelbyville cut the Lady Tigers lead to 9-8 by the end of the first quarter. The Lady Tigers outscored SHS 18-9 in the second frame and took a 27-17 advantage into the locker room at the midway break.

Shelbyville was only able to make up a little ground in the third stanza and trailed 37-29 going into the final stanza. Shelbyville was able to outscore THS 13-9 in the final period but the Lady Tigers were able to hold on for the win. Kamari Gray led THS with 11 points. Kiouja Gated led Shelbyville with 14 points.

The Tenaha Tigers Boys varsity team took a convincing 93-48 win over the Dragons. This improved the THS season mark to 6-6. Their District record now stands at 3-1. SHS is 13-3, 3-2 in conference play.

The game was fast paced and close in the early going. The Tigers and Dragons were tied 8-8 at the midway point of the first quarter. THS led just 21-18 at the end of the first period. At halftime Tenaha led by 11 points at 45-34. Tenaha outscored Shelbyville 26-11 in the third period and this had them leading 71-45 going into the fourth quarter. The Tigers went on a 13-point run which saw them lead 85-46 midway through the final period. They outpaced the Dragons 22-3 in the final frame to take the 93-48 win.

Tenaha had four players in double figures scoring. Tre Keggler led the team with 31 points, Pooh Moore scored 24, Quinnon Gardner 18 and JJ Patton had 10.

Shelbyville was led by LD Coleman with 13, Jay Moore 12 and Kevin Jones 10.

Tenaha travels to Martinsville next Tuesday, January 19, 2021 where JV tips off at 4:30 p.m. and varsity conference play continues.

Shelbyville will host Joaquin High School Tuesday, January 19 and JV will start the day at 4:30 p.m. and varsity boys and girls action will follow.

January 15, 2021 - The Tenaha Tigers will host the Shelbyville Dragons in two basketball games on Friday, January 15, 2021. The Varsity boys and girls will play with games starting at 5:30pm. Tickets will be sold at the gate.

Please note JV games are cancelled.

Center Roughriders Gymnasium on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 –

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The Center Roughriders and Lady Roughriders High School basketball teams competed last Tuesday in both Varsity and JV basketball with visiting Palestine.

Girls Varsity action saw Center leading 15-12 at the end of the first quarter. The Lady ‘Riders held a narrow 21-19 advantage at the midway break and a 29-25 lead going into the final period.

The fourth quarter was all Palestine’s as they outscored CHS by a 19-8 point margin to take the conference win with a 44-37 advantage for the Lady Wildcats.

Ja’Kayla Parks scored 16 points for Center and teammate Aniyah Boykins added 12 points to the CHS tally.

Alaysia Fantroy led the Lady ‘Cats with 20 points.

The Lady Roughriders now have a 7-6 overall season record and they are 1-2 in District 17 4A conference action.

Boys varsity action saw Center defend their homecourt with a 60-46 win to open their conference play for this season. The Roughriders are now 7-7 this season with a 1-0 District 17 4A standing.

The ‘Riders gained an 8-5 point lead by the middle of the opening frame and they held a 14-7 advantage by the end of the first stanza. At halftime CHS led by a 26-18 margin. Center outscored Palestine 18-12 points in the third frame and led 44-30 going into the final period.

Center’s defensive aggressiveness paid off late and helped them outpace the Wildcats 16-8 points in the final quarter.

Center had three players in double digits scoring for the day. Makel Johnson led with 15, Jermaine Preston 11 and Mar Mar Evans had 10 points. Palestine had no player in double figures.

The ‘Riders and Lady ‘Riders will travel to Carthage High School to compete with the Bulldogs on Friday, January 15, 2021, at Bulldogs Gym. Tipoff for Junior Varsity teams will be at 4:30 p.m. with varsity following.

Shelbyville Dragons Gymnasium, Friday, January 8, 2021–

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The Timpson Bears and Shelbyville Dragons JV and Varsity basketball programs meet on Friday, January 8, 2021 to compete in District 23 2A conference action.

The Timpson Girls varsity was able to take a 39-30 win after trailing Shelbyville by a 7-8 score at the end of the first quarter and 15-12 at halftime. Claire Johnson and McKenna Wynn hit back-to-back 3-pointers which gave THS a narrow 21-18 lead midway through the third period. Timpson took a 23-21 lead into the final frame.

The fourth quarter saw the Lady Bears build their lead to nine points by the final buzzer and take the 39-30 win. High scorer for the Lady Bears was Harlie Ware with 12 points. Teammate Jaycee Campbell added 10 points to the THS tally.

Kiouja Gates led Shelbyville with 11 points.

In Boys Varsity action saw Shelbyville come away with a convincing 82-61 district win. Timpson led early after taking a 9-2 advantage in the early stages of the first quarter. Shelbyville tied the game at 17-17 by the end of the opening stanza.

Shelbyville built a 41-33 lead by halftime. They led 64-47 going into the fourth quarter and led by as many as 23 points in the final quarter.

Dragon LD Coleman had 32 points and Brayden Hand added 20 points to the SHS tally. Teammate Kory Standley also had double figures with 13 points for the day,

Timpson was led by Terry Bussey with 21 points and LT Washington with 12.

Shelbyville will travel to San Augustine on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 for JV and Varsity games which tip off at 4:30 p.m.

Timpson hosts Martinsville on Tuesday, January 12 with JV beginning at 4:30 p.m. and Varsity to follow.

January 8, 2021 - TISD must inform basketball fans that due to the 50% capacity rules in the State of Texas, we must require that all ticket purchases to Timpson High School basketball games be made online at Schooleventtickets.com. Therefore, there will no longer be tickets sold at the gate for high school basketball games for Timpson High School. Please, visit Timpsonisd.com and click the QR code located on the website to access Schooleventtickets.com to make your purchases for games. 

In the event of school weather closures or delays, please visit our Timpson ISD webpage or facebook page for updated information. We will also attempt to inform KSLA news 12 of any updates, as well as, Shelby County Today.

January 8, 2021 - Center ISD is proud to announce the Roughrider All-District Football Team selections with five of the players receiving unanimous selection.

Offensive Teams

Offensive MVP - Running Back - (#32) Keamodre Horace, Senior

1st Team
Offensive Lineman - (#72) Roderick Gardner, Senior *Unanimous Selection
Wide Receiver - (#2) Christopher Evans, Sophomore *Unanimous Selection
Kicker - (#18) Luis Gonzalez, Senior

2nd Team
Offensive Lineman - (#60) Cale Henson, Senior

Honorable Mention
Offensive Lineman - (#50) Jordan Patton, Senior
Offensive Lineman - (#65) Steven Gipson, Junior
Offensive Lineman - (#75) Ladarius Gipson, Junior
Quarterback - (#11) Jake Hanson, Junior

Defensive Teams

1st Team
Defensive Lineman - (#57) Colton Crawford, Senior *Unanimous Selection
Outside Linebacker - (#17) Jake Liker, Senior
Defensive Back - (#7) Marques Hall, Senior *Unanimous Selection
Returner - (#7) Marques Hall, Senior *Unanimous Selection

2nd Team
Defensive Lineman - (#51) JJ McCollister, Senior
Defensive Back - (#3) Jermaine Preston, Senior
Punter - (#12) Alvaro Lopez, Senior

Honorable Mention
Defensive Lineman - (#55) Lacorey Buckley, Senior
Linebacker - (#14) Aidan Hagler, Senior
Outside Linebacker - (#24) TJ Davis, Sophomore

January 7, 2021 - On November 7, 2020 Self Defense America held a Black Belt Exam. These are held separately from color belts due to the length (5 Hours) of the exam. We cover from white belt all the way to their current belt level, they have to demonstrate all kicks, strikes, blocks, stances, self defense, stick techniques, terminology, board breaks and brick breaks and also have a written part to the exam.

We like to say every Black Belt is a white belt who never gave up. We'd like to introduce our 2nd Dan Black Belts: Norman Isch, Tracie Galindo and Logan Galindo; and 1st Dan Black Belt, Rex Payne. We are so proud of you all!

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