The Lingleville Cardinals are playing the Huckabay Indians Friday night at around 7:30 p.m. in Cross Plains to determine who has second place seating in their District. (The game will
D ublin finished District play on Monday with a win over Eastland, 62-56. The team is 22-7 going into playoffs and 12-2, the No. 2 seed, in District. In the
The Lions fell to Cisco Tuesday night 70-48. While this ended the team’s efforts to claim a district title, it won’t keep them from reaching for thier goal of going
Paul Gaudette Staff Writer The Lingleville Cardinals and Lady Cards conquered all competitors last week as the ladies end their season on triumphant note and the boys figh their way
The Lady Lions finished their season Tuesday night with a loss 62-32 to Cisco. “We had a better season and grew as a team and program,” Coach Britney Helton said.