Tonight’s volleyball match between Argyle and Decatur could serve as a glimpse of what to expect this postseason.
If you wanted to see a good high school football game last week, you had to go outside Denton’s city limits. All three Denton ISD teams were off last Friday as they prepared for the start of district play.
That put the spotlight on the teams around the area. And they didn’t waste their opportunities to shine.
Adam Boedeker and I take a look at some of the big games around the area in this Denton ISD-free edition of the Weekend Recap.
A win didn’t help Guyer hold on to its previous ranking in the Associated Press Class 6A poll.
It won’t get much better than it’s going to get on Saturday.
No. 1 vs. No. 2. Waco La Vega vs. Argyle. Flying mascot vs. eye-patched mascot.
Grab an overpriced hot dog and find your seat inside the Frank Erwin Center, because it should be a pretty good game.
By now, you have probably heard about all the chaos regarding the final seconds of last Saturday’s girls basketball 3A Region II girls final at Texas A&M-Commerce between Celina and Argyle
COMMERCE — I think we all saw this one coming.
In a few hours, Argyle and Celina will play for the third and final this season, with the winner headed to the Class 3A girls basketball state tournament.
The latest weekly installment of the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches rankings was released today and two of the area’s top teams retained their lofty rankings.
During the final three days of the University Interscholastic League state football championships, 221,339 people watched the state’s best football games at Arlington’s AT&T Stadium.
But the 22,071 in attendance for the Class 3A Division II state championship saw Argyle and Fairfield put on the weekend’s most thrilling game.
Argyle finally added the state’s most cherished trophy to its showcase in one of the best games of 2013.
Today, we continue counting down the top five games of 2013. Argyle’s volleyball team makes the list for the second straight year after another amazing playoff match.
My ears were ringing all night from all the crowd noise that was relentless all night, much like the play of two of the state’s best volleyball teams. Let’s relieve one of the best matches you’ll see and one of the year’s top games.
The end of the high school football season has opened a Texas-sized hole into the hearts of many across the state.
There was a lot of discussion on Twitter regarding what region was dominant in this weekend’s University Interscholastic League state championship games. Dallas-Forth Worth went 5-for-5 this weekend (Argyle, Guyer, Cedar Hill, Allen, Aledo).
So, I decided to map it all out. Below is a map of the winners and the second-place finishers for Class A to Class 5A. The stars are the teams that won. The other markers indicate the teams the losing teams.