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September 3, 2013 Freestone County Times

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Roaring into action are the 2013 Teague Lions. 1st row – sitting (left – right): Aaron Mitchell, Joshua Mulkey, Xavier Dixon, and Michael Hadson. 2nd row kneeling (l-r): Terry Hines, Zacchaeus Bell, Will Van Winkler, J.T. Jones, Eric Franklin, Makkail Shepherd, John Love, Robbie West, Mario Medina, and Austin Skinner. Fourth row (l-r): Jakob Dancer, Ethan Bodnar, Roper Hunt, and Zach Harris. Fifth row (l-r): A.J. Estrada, Jamah Kenner, Chandler Hunt, Lawson Abram, Tristan Knowles, Dustin Sanoja, Dylan Crawford, and Colton Phillips. Top row (lr): Cody Gonzales, Bradley LaFoy, Ben Long, Jose Perez, Jonathan Roberts, Cam McSwane, Charlie Mitchell, Alex Hoskins, and Le’Eric Pearl. Coaches are Jeff Callahan, Jonathan Saldana, Bryce Perkins, Shaun Moore, Travis Hughes, Bennett Hoefer, Dexter Patrick, Sheldon Moor, Daniel Johnson, Chris Hair, Joel Scott, Jacob Watson, and trainer Emily Thomas. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Meet the 2013 JV Teague Lions! Bottom row (left-right): Kent Bonner, Cooper Jones, Justin Fowler, Maverick Jawell, Cole Johnson, Myron Busby, and Major Burrell. Second row (l-r): Luke Calame, Tragary McQuirter, Coach Joe Scott, Coach Chris Hare, Coach Robert Hacker, Coach Emily Thomas, Keibontray Brook, and LaGarious McQuirter. Third row: Dylan Chandler, Trey Gibson, Jacob McNett, Mylan Shed, Cade Staggs, Jacoby McWilliams, Evan Bodnar, Darrius Dudley, and Caleb Rodgers. Fourth row (l-r): Will Allison, Lane Coker, Slayden Morgan, Hayden Roberts, Zachary Neves, Jacob Gomez, Zach Gauntt, and Cooper Cajaubon. Top row (l-r): Rodrigo Morales, Jared Strawser, Bryon Busby, Noah Handsome, Cameron Graham, Dante Lockhart, Ja’Quallyn Daniel, Jaylon Davis, and Kyler Tinsley. (Photos by Megan Hempel) ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

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The road to state starts Saturday September 7th in Palestine for both boys and girls cross country teams. The kids are dedicated and looking for personal improvement each practice and each meet. Nine athletes advanced to regional’s a year ago, but eight of the nine returned this year to take care of some unfinished business. Expectations are high with Candace Doggett and Jayme Smith returning along with freshmen Ashley Tinsley and Devon Taylor. The HS boys return Kyler Tinsley, and welcome newcomers Morgan Smith, and Dylan Angel. The JH girls and boys also come into the season with high expectations. With Coach Nickleberry leading the way and a supportive community the Cross Country program is destined for great things. Volleyball: The 2013 Lady Lion Volleyball team is loaded with talent and potential. With a new rotation in place they were able to take home the Consolation trophy from the Tyler Invitational Tournament this past weekend and setter, Kelsie Lummus, was named to the All-Tournament Team. The potential of this team has no boundaries. Coach Melissa Padgett and her Lady Lions feel as if this young team only needs to find that perfect chemistry with this new rotation in place to see much more future success! Our football team fought gallantly, they put their efforts into all four quarters, but failed short on the final play.  We played as a team, and lost as a team, but our team will be the first to tell you, that was the worst performance that we have shown since my arrival at Teague.  And saying that was our worst performance, we still almost beat a number 1 ranked opponent.  We are thrived together, to make this season special, and we will not take anything less than 100% effort.  We have to now keep quiet, and prove what we can do together as a football team. RIGHTNOW is the time in Teague, and we will show exactly what we are capable of.  Thank you to all who support the Teague Lions.

Lions late drive falls short Mart wins 32-27 The Teague Lions had a chip on their shoulder from a one point loss at state finalist Mart last season. The opener this season had all the markings of a classic and it did not disappoint. The Lions are coming off an area round playoff run during Daniel Johnson’s first season as head coach. The return of core players put them as one of the area’s potentially great teams. Teague had the first score of the game with 7:37 remaining in the first quarter. Quarterback Austin Skinner found his favorite target from last season Aaron Mitchell for a 58 yard scoring strike. The touchdown gave the Lions the early lead and Mario Medina

hit the extra point for the 7-0 lead. It took only six seconds for the Panthers to get points on the board themselves. The kickoff was short and Marquis Westbrooks scooped up the ball and raced untouched into the endzone. The point after was no good but the Teague lead was trimmed to one point at 7-6. Mart took their first lead in the game early in the second quarter. Junior running back De’Nerian Thomas scored on a 21 yard run with 10:13 remaining in the first half. Thomas also added the two point conversion run and the Panthers grabbed a 14-6 lead. The Panthers set up a short

field on the next possession. Mart jumped on a fumble and Thomas cashed in quickly on a ten yard run. The extra point was blocked but Mart had gained the largest lead of the game 20-7 with 8-22 to go in the half. Teague closed the lead in the waning moments of the half. Junior running back John Love hit paydirt on a one yard run. Medina added the extra point and the lead was cut to 20-14 with just under three minutes to go. Mart stretched the lead again on the opening possession of the second half. Tyree Williams finished the drive

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Continued from Page 1-C with a one yard run. The try for two failed and Panther lead swelled back to double figures at 26-14. The Panthers were on their way to scoring a touchdown that could seal the game away, but inside the ten yard line, Aaron Mitchell stepped in front of a pass and raced 95 yards for the touchdown giving the Lions momentum heading in the final quarter. Medina added the point after and cut the lead to 26-21. Both team defenses took for a while but with just under four minutes left in the game, Skinner connected with Mitchell for a 40 yard catch and run. The Lions tried for the two point conversion but it was no good. Teague took the lead 27-26. Mart had one final drive to regain the lead and since the MEET THE TEAGUE LADY LIONS! Making up the 2013 Varsity Volleyball team are (l-r from back row) Coach Melissa Padgett, clock was becoming an enemy, Alie Watson, Audrey Miles, Katlynn Kaminski, Kirby Cooper, Hope Scales, Maddison Awalt, Emily Walker, Addison Stuver, they needed to move fast. Hannah Matchett, Jasmine McQuirter, Kelsie Lummus, and Eloisa Perales. Thomas took to the passing ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ attack and hit D’Marcus Cosby

LADY LIONS JUNIOR VARSITY NAVY TEAM (l-r from back row) are Kallie Brown, Lori Massey, Coach Lauren Scruggs, Bailee Day, Hayley Harris, Monica Guerrero, Kinsey Persons, and Carson Black. ___________________________________________________________________________

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for the 18 yard touchdown with on 36 seconds left in the game. The conversion failed and Mart led 32-27. Teague was not to be outdone and got into scoring position. A pass deep downfield with four seconds left drew a penalty for pass interference. The 15 yard penalty moved the line of scrimmage to the Mart 25. A final pass into the end zone fell short and the Panthers escaped Teague with their first win of the season. Austin Skinner completed 10 of 20 passes for 149 yards and had two touchdowns and an interception. Aaron Mitchell caught five of those passes for 106 yards and had both touchdowns scored. John Love led the rushing attack with 188 yards on only ten carries and a touchdown. The Teague Lions will hit the road for the first time this season when they travel to Buffalo to take on the Bison who will play their first home game. Buffalo defeated Hillsboro 55-21 Friday night. Scott Batts reporting.

LADY LIONS JUNIOR VARSITY WHITE TEAM (l-r from back row) are Cierra Morris, Ashlee Tinsley, Coach Brandy Small, Rachel White, Ashleigh Barrentine, Makenzie Awalt, Anayeli Diaz, Lizzy Perales, and Jaycee Swinburn. (Photos by Megan Hempel) ___________________________________________________________________________

Eagles Dominate Lumber Jacks 70-13 The Fairfield Eagles made a commanding 26-0 lead with midfield most of the first half yards for the touchdown. Leo statement for those who are still 2:38 remaining in the and Rose capped his night with Rodriguez added the extra looking for good teams this first. his fourth touchdown of the point to cut the Eagle lead to season. A 70-13 dominating win Ward would be heard from game on a six yard run. Arriaga 40-7. over the Diboll Lumberjacks again before the quarter would Rose would not be outdone and missed his first point after but raised eyes that the Eagles end when to picked off his he hit his fourth straight to took the ensuing kickoff and are ready to move to the area second pass of the night and take a 40-0 lead with 10:27 sprinted through the opposition elite. this time nobody could get him for a 94 yard touchdown return. remaining in the first half. Fairfield posted 33 points in to the ground and scored on an Diboll was able to put together A holding penalty nullified the the opening quarter and never 18 return. Arriaga tacked on a drive and moved passed touchdown and set the Eagles looked back in the win. Senior the point after, completing the midfield for the first time up at the 49 yard line. Gallegos running back Larry Rose scored 33-0 first quarter. during the night. On the first continued his pinpoint passing three times in the first and The Eagles continued to play on the south side of the 50 and hit receiver Colby Minze four overall before giving way dominate on the defensive yard line, Diboll quarterback across the middle. Minze had to a stable of backs that hit side of the ball. Josh Gallegos, Raive Sheppard tossed a fourth gotten behing the Lumberjack paydirt. Jeremiah Simpson, Dedrick down pass downfield. Rose secondary and they could only The Eagles no huddle offense Garner and Danny Cockerell was playing the deep portion give chase as Minze scored got off and running early when were unblocked most of the of the field and was about to on the 50 yard pass and run. senior quarterback Jacob night and lead a dominating haul in a sure interception but Arriaga added the point after Gallegos connected with Chris defensive effort. They it bounced off of his hands for a 47-7 halftime lead. Lide over the middle deep into repeatedly gave the Eagle Fairfield had not run many and high enough for receiver Lumberjack territory. Gallegos offensive great field position. Michael Garcia to run under -Fairfield Eaglesfinished the drive with a 16 Fairfield took over near it and run the remaining 12 Page 7-C yard run on the quarterback keeper for the 6-0 lead only 31 seconds into the game. After a three and out for Diboll, the Eagles went back to work. Larry Rose took off on a 51 yard run that was called back on a holding penalty. It would not matter when Rose finished the drive three minutes later on a one yard run. The try for two failed and the lead stayed at 12-0. The next Diboll drive was short lived as well. Senior linebacker Alex Ward stepped in front of a pass and Fairfield set up deep in the Diboll end of the field. Rose needed only one handoff to finish the drive with an 18 yard run. Juan Ramirez Arriaga tacked on the extra point for a 19-0 lead. Diboll put a couple of first downs together but were forced to punt and Fairfield went back to work. Rose took the handoff and raced Weaving his way among the Diboll Lumberjacks to carry the ball toward the goal line for his third touchdown of the is Fairfield Eagles Lary Rose during Friday night’s game, August 30, 2013. (Photo by Melissa quarter and after the Arriaga Lee - 903-389-7612) point after, the Eagles had a


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Introducing 2013 Varsity Team

Teague Lions Varsity Football The Teague Lions take the field for the 20132014 season. Making up the Varsity team are: Austin Skinner will wear the #15 jersey as quarterback. The sixteen year-old junior has played for five years, two at the Varsity level. Austin is the son of Audra and Chris Skinner and also enjoys playing baseball. Among his many achievements are First Team All-State, Second Team All-State, and 2012 Newcomer of the District. In the future, Austin would like to see his teams make it to the State Championship in baseball and football. In the #6 jersey, Zacchaeus Bell plays running back and offensive linebacker. He has played football for ten years, two at the Varsity level. A real athlete, Zacchaeus also participates in basketball, track, baseball, soccer and swimming. The fifteen year-old sophomore is the son of Michelle and Leslie Bell. Junior Mario Medina will hold the position of kicker in the #13 jersey. This is the seventeen year-olds first year to play football at the Varsity level. He also participates in soccer and track. In his free time he enjoys hanging out with friends, playing soccer and being a DJ. Mario would like to see his team win state. He is the son of Azucena and Mario Medina. Aaron Mitchell will wear the #1 jersey as a wide receiver and defensive back. The seventeen year-old junior has played football for three years, all at the Varsity level. Aaron also participates in baseball and track. His achievements include AllState Wide Receiver, AllDistrict Wide Receiver, Offensive MVP Baseball. He enjoys hanging out with friends in his free time. The son of Mellisa and Robert Mitchell, Aaron would like to see his team win state and plans to play college football or baseball upon graduation.

Roper Hunt

Outside Linebacker, Wide Receiver

Ben Long Right Tackle

hanging out and plans to play college ball after graduation. Elizabeth and Aaron Crawford are his parents. Seventeen year-old Ethan Bodnar will wear the #18 jersey as safety. A senior this year, Ethan has played football for four years, one at the Varsity level. He lists making the Varsity team among his accomplishments and also participates in golf. Ethan enjoys working in his free time. In the future, he would like to see his team go to state. He is the son of Anna

Pruett. In the #71 jersey as right guard is sixteen year-old junior Cam McSwane. He has played football for three years, one at the Varsity level. The son of Kathy and Will McSwane, Cam also participates in golf, earning Regional Qualifier, and showing livestock. He would also like to see his time to state. Robbie West #12 will hold the wide receiver

In the #70 jersey is senior Jonathan Roberts, offensive and defensive lineman. The seventeen year old son of Angie and Mike Roberts has been playing football for three years, two at the Varsity level, earning Second Team AllDistrict defensive tackle. He also participates in powerlifting. In his free time he enjoys doing carpentry and farm work. In the future, Jonathan would like to see his team win state and pursue a career as a medical engineer. Senior Alexander Hoskins will wear the #77 jersey as left tackle and defensive tackle. The seventeen year-old has played football for two years, one at the Varsity level. Alexander is the son of Benny and Paula Hoskins and enjoys sleeping in his free time. His goals for the future include winning the state championship. Eighteen year-old senior Roper Hunt will wear the #22 jersey as outside linebacker and wide receiver. Roper has been playing football for ten years, two at the Varsity level. He also enjoys playing basketball, baseball, and running track, helping his team to win Bi-District Championship. The son of Jon Hunt and Kelly Gable, Roper hopes to see his team win state. Sophomore Terry Hines wears the #5 jersey as wide receiver, corner back, and kicker. The sixteen year-old has been playing football for two years, two at the Varsity level. He also enjoys

basketball, football, and track. In his free time, he works, fishes, watches TV and plays video games. Terry is the son of Linda Rikard. His goals for the future include winning state championships rings then continuing on to college. Terry says that he loves sports, and keeps his head right. In the #9 jersey, senior Eric Franklin will play offensive line backer. He has played football for five years, one at the Varsity level. The seventeen year-old son of Gayla and Eric, Sr., Eric enjoys working in his free time and hopes that his team will win state. Sixteen year-old sophomore will LeEric Pearl will wear the #88 jersey as offensive linebacker. LeEric has played football for seven years, one at the Varsity level. In his free time he enjoys fishing. In the future he would like to see his team win state. He is the son of Edna Sims and LeEric Pearl. Sophomore Chandler Hunt wears the #33

Running Back, Offensive Linebacker

Tight End, Wide Receiver, and Offensive Linebacker

Stong Safety, Corner, and Receiver

Offensive Linebacker

Wide Receiver, Quarterback, and Center

John Love

Robbie West

Mario Medina

Austin Skinner

Jakob Dancer

Quarterback

Linebacker, Tight End

Ethan Bodnar

Cody Gonzales

Running Back, Strong Safety

Zacchaeus Bell

Wide Receiver, Cornerback

jersey as tight end, wide receiver, and linebacker. He has been playing football for two years, one at the Varsity level. Chandler also plays basketball, baseball, and soccer, making it into the Regional Quarter Finals. Outside of school, he enjoys working and hunting. The fifteen year-old son of Judy and Robby Hunt hopes to make state in every sport he plays. Jose Perez will wear the #65 jersey as left tackle, defensive end tackle, and tackle. The seventeen yearold senior has played football for four years, one at the Varsity level. He also participates in powerlifting and enjoys hanging out with friends. The son of Nazaria and Jose, Sr., Jose hopes to win state, undefeated and become successful in the future. Fifteen year-old sophomore Cody Gonzales wears the #55 jersey in the left guard, and linebacker. He has played football

Will VanWinkle

Kicker

for two years, one at the Varsity level. He also plays baseball. The son of Michelle and Jeff Gonzales, Cody shows livestock and plans to play college ball. Wearing the #51 jersey is sophomore Dylan Crawford as linebacker and center. The fifteen year-old has played football for four years, this will be his first at the Varsity level. He also participates in track. Among his achievements are District Championship. In his free time, Cody enjoys

Aaron Mitchell Wide Receiver, Defensive Back

J.T. Jones

Chandler Hunt

Tristan Knowles

Dustin Sanoja

Dylan Crawford

Defensive End

Left Guard. Nose Guard

Left Guard, Linebacker

Jose Perez

Jonathan Roberts

Cam McSwane

Charlie Mitchell

Tight End, Wide Receiver, and Linebacker

Left Tackle, Defensive End Tackle, and Tackle

Offensive and Defensive Lineman

Right Guard

Center Defense

J.D. Mulkey

Outside Linebacker

Eric Franklin

Left Guard, Linebacker

Alex Hoskins Left Tackle, Defensive Tackle

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Terry Hines

Wide Receiver, Corner Back, and Kicker

Mikkael Shepherd

Safety

Bradley LaFoy Right Guard

LeEric Pearl

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2013 Teague Varsity Volleyball Team

Presenting Varsity Lady Lions Sporting the #1 jersey for the Teague Lady Lion Varsity Volleyball team is junior Katlynn Kaminski. This 16 year old earned Newcomer of the Year and will play middle blocker/hitter. She has played volleyball for five years, two years at the Varsity level. Katlynn also participates in cross country, softball, track, and select softball. In the future she plans to attend college to further her studies. She is the daughter of Kim and Wade Kaminski. Senior Ellie Perales will wear the #2 jersey in the defensive specialist position. This seventeen year- old

Katlynn Kaminski Middle Blocker Hitter

Ellie Perales Defensive Specialist

Audrey Miles Middle Blocker

Maddison Awalt Right Side Strong Side Hitter

Kelsie Lummus Setter

Hannah Matchett Outside Hitter Defensive Specialist

Jasmine McQuirter Outside Hitter Defensive Specialist

Hope Scales Outside Hitter

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In his free time he enjoys fishing, riding fourwheelers, and hanging out with friends. The son of Doyle VanWinkle, Will plans to play college football and become a coach. “I’m gonna work hard for my coaches and my team so we can reach our goal of state. We’re on a mission,� says will of his hopes for the season. Sophomore Bradley LaFoy will wear the #56 jersey as right guard. Fifteen year-old Bradley has played football for four years, one year at Varsity level. He also participates in track and powerlifting and enjoys FFA. He is the son of Janet and Mikal LaFoy hopes to see his team to the state championship. “We are on a mission,� he shares of the team’s goal to make state this season. Seventeen year-old Jakob Dancer will wear the #17 jersey as linebacker and tight end. The senior has played football for four years, two at the Varsity level, making Second Team All-District linebacker. He also participates in track and powerlifting. In his free time he enjoys working. The son of Selena and Russell Dancer, Jakob hopes to make the state championship. John Love will wear the #11 jersey as running back, strong safety. The sixteen year-old junior has played football for three years, two at the Varsity level. He also plays basketball, baseball, and runs track. Outside of school, he reports that he likes to get money. John’s future plans include winning

Continued from Page 3-C and cornerback positions. The sixteen year-old junior has played football for five years, three at the Varsity level. Robbie also participates in basketball, baseball, and track. He has earned honorable mention as wide receiver and is a twotime Second Team basketball, honorable mention in baseball, and Regional Qualifier in track. In his free time he enjoys church, video games, and movies. Robbie is the son of Vicki and John West and plans to become a physical therapist/coach upon graduation. Fifteen year-old sophomore Mikkael Shepherd wears the #10 jersey as wide receiver, quarterback, and center. He has played football for four years, one at the Varsity level. He also plays basketball, baseball, and runs track. Among his accomplishments he lists making it to the playoffs. In his down time he enjoys movies and music and hopes to win a state championship. He is the son of Michael and Regina Shepherd. Will VanWinkle will wear the #7 jersey as tight end, wide receiver, and offensive linebacker. The sixteen year-old junior has played football for three years, two at the Varsity level. Will also plays basketball, golf, and runs track. Making it to Area Championships for 2012 football season is an achievement he is proud of.

has been playing Varsity volleyball for one year. Ellie also participates in softball, playing second base, and enjoys going to church and working. She is the proud recipient of Golden Glove and All-District Academic honors. Tammy and Jay Jones are her parents. Ellie plans to attend TCU and major in Pre-Therapy, continuing on to Texas State to obtain her doctorate. Audrey Miles, sixteen yearold daughter of Niki Wolf and Tim Miles, will wear the #3 jersey as middle blocker. This junior has been playing volleyball for four years, one year at the Varsity level. She also enjoys track, cheer, and tumbling. Audrey plans to attend college after high school. Junior Maddison Awalt, age sixteen, has been playing volleyball for five years, one at the Varsity level. This year she will wear the #4 jersey as the right side and strong side hitter. The daughter of Amber and Chris Gonzales, Maddison also enjoys track, tumbling, and her youth group. In the future, she plans to attend college and become a nurse. Wearing the #5 jersey will be senior Kelsie Lummus, playing setter. Seventeen

Kirby Cooper Outside Hitter Backrow

year old Kelsie has played volleyball for six years, three at the Varsity level, earning honorable mention. She also plays softball, participates in rodeo and enjoys attending church. She is the daughter of Nichole and Randy Lummus. Upon graduation, Kelsie plans to attend college. Hannah Matchett will play the outside hitter/defensive specialist wearing the #6 jersey. The sixteen year old junior has been playing volleyball for five years, one at the Varsity level. She also enjoys playing basketball, running track, cheer, and tumbling. Hannah is the daughter of Mitzi and Trent Daniel and plans to attend college after graduating. Sophomore Jasmine McQuirter will wear jersey #7 as outside hitter/defensive specialist. The fifteen year-old has been playing volleyball for four years, one at the Varsity level. She also enjoys basketball, track, cross country and church. Jasmine is the daughter of Jessica Dickerson and Gary McQuirter. She plans to become a doctor. Fifteen year-old sophomore Hope Scales will play outside hitter in the #8 jersey. She has played volleyball for four years, one at the Varsity level. Hope also plays basketball and softball and enjoys attending church. She is the daughter of Linda Gale and Andrew Scales and Mark Robbins and Carrie Robbins. In the future, Hope plans to attend college. Kirby Cooper will wear the #10 jersey as outsider hitter/ backrow. The sixteen yearold senior has been playing volleyball for six years, four at the Varsity level and also participates in power lifting, basketball, track, club volleyball and church. The daughter of Melanie and Wade Cooper, Kirby has earned All-

Academic 1st Team Outside Hitter. Upon graduation, she plans to attend TCU for a strategic communications degree with a minor in sports broadcasting. Her inspiration is “Don’t talk about it, be about it!� Seventeen year-old Emily Walker will play defensive specialist in the #11 jersey. The senior has been playing volleyball for six years, one at the Varsity level, and also plays softball earning 2nd Team All-District Softball, Honorable Mention, and AllDistrict Academics for three years. The daughter of Sushma and Eric Walker, Emily enjoys spending time with her family and attending church. After graduation she plans to attend A&M University, majoring in Business Management. Junior Alie Watson will wear the #12 jersey in the right side hitter position. The sixteen year-old has played volley ball for five years, two at the Varsity level. She also enjoys basketball and track as well as participating in her church youth group and AAU Basketball. In 2012 Alie earned Honorable Mention in volleyball, 1st Team AllDistrict basketball, Honorable Mention All-Region in 2013 and Regional Track Qualifier 2012 & 2013. In the future, she plans to attend college successfully and continue to PT school. She is the daughter of Janet and Cliff Watson. Alie emphasized that all glory goes to God! Addison Stuver will wear the #13 jersey as setter/ defensive specialist. The fifteen year old sophomore has played volleyball for four years, one at the Varsity level. She also enjoys golf, FFA, showing, club volleyball and church. The daughter of Kip and Heather Stuver, Addison plans to attend A&M majoring in Ag Business. _____________________

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state championship. He is the son of Celesta and Nemier Herod. Junior J.T. Jones will play strong safety, corner, and receiver in the #8 jersey. The sixteen year-old has played football for three years, one at the Varsity level. He also participates in baseball and track, earning honorable mention in baseball. In his free time he enjoys sports and sleep. The son of Jay Jones and Crista Payne, J.T. is on a mission to win state. In the #44 jersey is Tristan Knowles playing defensive end. The seventeen yearold senior has been playing football for nine years, one at the Varsity level. Tristan also enjoys neighborhood games of baseball and basketball. This athlete has participated in three pee wee football championships as well as City baseball championships. In his free time he enjoys hanging out with friends. His future

plans include attending college to earn a degree, getting in to the NFL and marrying the love of his life, Madeline Rhiannon Paige Maxwell. About his goals for this season Tristan says, “I’ve had three surgeries on my right elbow and I’m here to show something.� He is the son of Audra and John Knowles. Senior Dustin Sanoja will wear the #50 jersey as left guard/nose guard. The son of Daniel Sanoja and Rhonda Johnson, seventeen year-old Dustin has played football for four years, two at the Varsity level. Among his achievements, Dustin has earned honorable mention. His goal for this season is to win the state championship. Wearing the #57 jersey is senior Ben Long. Seventeen year-old Ben will play right tackle, previously earning Second Team All-District right tackle. He has been playing football for four years, two

at the Varsity level. He also participates in powerlifting and enjoys working in his free time. “I’m on a mission�, shares Ben about his goal of winning state championships this season. He is the son of Jessica and Ben Long. Seventeen year-old senior J.D. Mulkey will wear the #2 jersey as outside linebacker. J.D. has played football for four years, two at the Varsity level. He also participates in basketball and track. Sophomore Charlie Mitchell will play center defense in the #75 jersey. The fifteen yearold has played football for two years, both at the Varsity level, earning achievements as defensive tackle his freshman year. He also participates in baseball and powerlifting. The son of Robert and Melissa Mitchell, Charlie hopes to help his team win state this season. Sharing a little about himself, Charlie exclaims “I love puppies!�

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2013 Wortham Varsity Volleyball Team

Presenting Varsity Lady Bulldogs The Wortham Varsity Volleyball Team for 2013 is ready for a great season. Meet the players: Sophomore Kendle Rhodes is the Lady Bulldog’s Setter. As a sophomore, she has been on the varsity team for two years and wears the No. 1 jersey. This versatile teen is also on the cheer squad and plays tennis. Kendle was named Newcomer of the Year in 2012 and was on the Cross-Country District Championship 2012 team. Rodeo occupies her time outside of school. She is the daughter of Juli and Jeff Rhodes. Kendle wants to become a member of the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association and, hopefully, make it to the National Finals Rodeo. She wants everyone to know that they are a hard working team and are blessed with a great coach to lead them. Wearing No. 11 is Elisha Libhart, the team’s Outside Hitter and Back Row Passer. This Junior has been on the varsity team for three years. Elisha also plays softball in the Spring. She has been named Honorable Mention. Outside of school, she plays Club Volleyball and Select Softball. Carla Libhart and John Libhart are her parents. Elisha will be a collegiate coach or a physical therapist after high school.



Playing the Outside Position, Ashley Anderson has been on the Varsity Team for two years. This Junior wears the No. 9 Jersey. She is also on the track team and is a cheerleader. When not involved in school activities, she plays Club Volleyball. Scott and Christine Anderson are her parents. Libero, Sara Ann Sessions, has been on the varsity volleyball team for three years. Other sports this active Senior participates in are: cheer, basketball, crosscountry, softball, and tennis. She has been awarded All District Volleyball 2012, 1st Team All District in Basketball, and 1st Team All District in Softball. She is the daughter of James, Ronda, and Lori Sessions. Sara Ann plans to become a registered nurse. Right now, she enjoys hanging out with friends and family. “I love my team and coach, and I am happy to get to spend my last year with these girls,” Sara shared. Senior Hannah McCord has been on the varsity team for two years and wears No. 3. This year, she plays Outside (Front Left) or Front Right. Expect to see Hannah on the basketball court and running track in the Spring. She went to Regionals in track two years in a row, running the 100 meter hurdles and one year for the

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Elisha Libhart Outside Hitter Back Row Passer

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Bulldogs Start Out Right 16-6 The Wortham Bulldogs had an unusual week but when the lights came on and the game started, the Bulldogs defeated the Hillsboro Junior Varsity 16-6 last Thursday. Wortham was scheduled to play the Texas Wind, a homeschool group out of Abilene. The game was to played on the opening week of the season but the Wind up and cancelled the game, one week prior to the scheduled game time. Head coach and athletic director Shane Doege called around to locate a game, which was difficult with most schedules locked in for the season. The Bulldogs has planned to have an extended BlueWhite scrimmage in the wake of the Texas Wind forfeit. Coach Doege got one call from Hillsboro. The junior varsity needed a game so all plans were scrapped and the Bulldogs hosted the JV Eagles on Thursday night. The Bulldogs played well despite limited game preparation and the first week of the school year. Wortham took the opening kickoff and fumble on two of the first three plays, losing possession at the Hillsboro 38. The Eagles returned the favor when James McLelland recovered a fumble at the

Bulldog 32. Senior quarterback Witty Busby connected with Kenneth Freeman for 16 yards and Dalton Dunnahoe had a run of 11 yards inside the Eagle 10. Busby finished the drive with a six yard touchdown pass to Freeman and the Bulldog led 6-0. The swinging gate was snapped to Busby who found Daniel Trantham in the endzone for the conversion and the 8-0 lead. Both teams could not push further into scoring position and they went into the half with the Bulldog lead at 8-0. Hillsboro took the second half kickoff and scored on a 28 yard touchdown pass to cut the lead to 8-6. On the extra point attempt, Steven Hutson got a hand up and blocked it keeping the lead at two. The Bulldogs committed their third turnover of the game when Busby’s pass bounced off of Freemans hands into a Hillsboro defender. He returned the interception to the Bulldog three yard line. The Bulldog defense pushed the Eagles back to the 16 yard line. Hillsboro lined up for a 33 yard field goal attempt. Kyle Chasteen reached up and blocked the attempt and Freeman picked up the loose ball and returned it

to the 45. The drive stalled on a missed fourth down pass. Hillsoboro was driving for the possible go ahead score when they fumbled the ball on the far sideline and Chasteen covered the ball at the Bulldog 25. Wortham then went the ground and used a mix of Freeman, Dunnahoe and Busby and worked inside the Hillsboro 40. Busby ran for ten and Dunnahoe had a nine yard run to the 15. Busby tossed the fade to Rudy Miller for the final 15 yard and the touchdown that would seal the game with 2:54 to go. Busby and Trantham teamed up for the conversion and the 16-6 win. Busby completed seven of 13 passes for 71 yards and two touchdowns. Dunnahoe led all rushers with 50 yards on 16 carries. Wortham will take to the road and still on play a Friday game. They will meet the Chico Dragons at Burleson’s Elk Stadium on Saturday night. This replaces the Texas Christian of Waco game who cancelled their season during the spring. Game time is 7:30. Scott Batts reporting. ______________________________

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2013 Wortham Bulldogs Football Team

Introducing the Varsity Players

Richard Batts Team Manager

James McLelland Receiver

With a win over Hillsboro Thursday night, August 29, 2013, the Bulldog Varsity Team is off to a great start. Meet Wortham’s “Top Dawgs:” Seniors James McLelland wears No. 2 as the Receiver, Running Back, and Linebacker. He has been part of the varsity team for two years. James runs track for Wortham and was first in the 400 Meter Dash in District and Area competition. Outside of school James, participates in rodeo

events. His parents are Tonya Pickens and J.R. McLelland. James plans to attend fire academy. No. 7 is worn by Kenneth Freeman, a Wide Receiver and Linebacker. This is his first year on the varsity team. Expect to see Kenneth on the basketball court this Spring. A job in the film industry is in Kenneth’s future after college. He is the son of Tammy and Kenneth Freeman. Quarterback and Offensive Linebacker, Witty Busby has been

Kenneth Freeman

Witty Busby

Daniel Perez Nose Guard and Right Guard

Wide Receiver

Quarterback and Offensive Linebacker

Steven Hutson

Blake Hutson

Right Guard and Nose Guard

on the varsity squad for three years. He earned 2nd Team All District Receiver honors. Expect to see him playing basketball and baseball for Wortham in the Spring. Witty wears No. 10. Outside of school, he participates in church activities and is a coach. Rebecca and Michael Busby are his parents. Witty plans to play college baseball and graduate with a degree in Physical Education. Langston Hayes, No. 32, is a Running Back and Bandit. This is his second year in varsity. Langston is also a wrestler whose team is was he District and Regional Champs and State Qualifiers. Acting is among his outside activities. His dad is Langston Hayes. Langston will become an acting teacher after college. Right Guard and Nose Guard positions are played by Steven Hutson, No. 54. This is his fourth year in varsity. This active student participates in

Skylar Jordan

Defensive End and Center

Outside Linebacker and Defensive Linebacker

Tackle, Offensive End and Defensive End

Zach Jones

Dalton Dunnahoe

Right Tackle and Right Defensive End

Cronerback, Quarterback and Receiver

Running Back and Linebacker

Daniel Trantham

Angus Worcester

Kyle Chasteen

basketball, baseball, track and power lifting. Steven’s achievements to date are Centex Honorable Mention, AllDistrict Defensive Line and All-District Offensive Line. Outside of school, Steven likes to eat, sleep, run and go see his lady friend. His parents are Shelley and Larry Hutson. Steven will play college sports and hopes to get into the Luminant Plan. Steven shares, “I love football in Wortham. It’s a religion, not a sport. Fridays make Wortham a ghost town.” Blake Hutson is the Defensive End and Center, in the 55 Jersey. He has been playing varsity for four years. He has been named 1st Team Defensive End All District. Blake also participates in FFA and runs track. He is the son of Larry and Shelley Hutson. He is still determining his future goals. “Coach Johnson is my favorite coach,” Blake revealed. Wearing the No. 62 jersey, is Outside Linebacker and Defensive Linebacker, Skylar Jordan. In addition to football, where he has been on the varsity team for four years, Skylar plays basketball and baseball. Stephanie Jordan and Kenny Jordan are his parents. Becoming a Radiologist is in Daniel Perez’ plans for the future. He plays Nose Guard and Right Guard as a first time varsity player. Daniel wears the No. 64. He is the son of Melissa and Billy Perez. Angus Worcester wears

Corey Cox Bandit and Wide Receiver

Wide Receiver and Full Safetu

Rudy Miller

Jonathan Hughes

Trent Williams

Jordan Lansford

Wide Receiver and Corner Back

Left Tackle and Defensive End

Wide Receiver and Bandit

Samuel Barker

Luis Garcia

Zach Upton

Jarrod Current

Haden Proulx

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Wide Receiver

Linebacker and Running Back

Outside of school, Daniel works. Kandi and James Trantham are his parents. He plans to go to college, but he is still deciding where he will go and what he plans to do. Sophomores Wearing No. 8 is Rudy Miller for his first year in varsity. He is a Wide Receiver and Cornerback. He also plays basketball and basketball. Outside of school, he plays sports and hangs out with friends. He is the son of Leona Lewis and Marshall Miller. Rudy plans to become a coach. As a Wide Receiver, Jonathan Hughes, wears No. 5 on his Jersey for his first year to play on the varsity team. He plans to play basketball, track, and tennis. Jonathan feels his best achievement in sports, so far, is to be on the varsity football team. He likes to eat, sleep, and play video games outside of school. Bridgett and Keith Hughes are his parents. His future plans will include something with sports. Trent Williams, No. 50, is playing varsity for the first year. His positions are Left Tackle and Defensive End. He also plans to play baseball. He was named 2nd Team Infield Baseball All District. Trent also plays Select Baseball. His parents are Krista Ball and Michael Williams. Playing college baseball is in Trent’s future. As a second year varsity player, Jordan Lansford wears the No. 80 jersey as a Wide Receiver and Bandit. This active athlete also plays baseball, basketball, and runs track. He like to sleep and play video games outside of school. Jennifer and Tracy Lansford are his parents. Jordan plans to be a major league baseball pitcher. Freshmen Playing Linebacker and Running Back for the first time on varsity is Ethan McCoslin who wears the No. 40. Expect to see him on the basketball court and playing baseball. His parents are Jennifer and Kristen McCoslin. His future goals are undecided. Ethan shared that he loves his team and his family. Jersey No. 6 is worn by first time varsity player, Zach Jones who plays Cornerback, Quarterback, and Receiver. He is the son of Shiella and Jeff Jones who will watch him playing baseball, basketball, and track this year. Activities outside of school include sports, hunting, fishing, and “other stuff.” Zach plans to play football or baseball in college.

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the No. 70 jersey and has played varsity for four years. His positions are Right Tackle and Right Defensive End. Expect to see Angus on the track field, baseball diamond, and participating in power lifting. Angus has been named 2nd Team Defensive End All District. Outside of school, he works and attends church. His parents are Julie and Harris Worcester. Angus will go on to college and get a job. Kyle Chasteen dons the No. 78 jersey as a Tackle, Offensive End and Defensive End. This is his second year to play varsity. Spring sports include basketball and baseball. He is the son of Ronnie Kayer. The teams’ Manager is R.J. Batts. He has been on varsity through high school. He also manages the basketball team. Outside of school, R.J. attends church. His parents are Mary and Scott Batts. R.J. will study at the University of Houston and plans to be a NASA tour guide or a hotel manager in Venus. Juniors Dalton Dunnahoe plays Running Back and Linebacker. This is his second year as a varsity player. He wears the No. 12 jersey. Baseball is his Spring sport of choice. When he is not playing sports and at school, Dalton likes to play his guitar and work outside. He is the son of Marrey and Todd Dunnahoe. He plans to go to college and get a good job. Wearing No. 47 is Corey Cox as a Bandit and Wide Receiver. This is his 1st year on the varsity team. Corey is on the crosscountry and baseball teams. He is the son of Stacey McNed. Corey plans to get a degree in criminal justice and psychology. Daniel Trantham wears No. 44 for his first year in varsity. He is a Wide Receiver and Full Safety. In the Spring, he plays basketball, golf, and baseball. Daniel was named Heart of the Lord in Basketball.

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Bulldog Sports Shane Doege - Wortham Athletic Director

Season Opener

Our first game of the season was played after a busy week of scrambling and trying to find a game after our first opponent dropped us due to losing half of their team. We fortunately found Hillsboro JV, and it was a good first matchup for us to learn about our team. The night was highlighted by the quarterback play of Witty Busby, and a swarming defensive unit led by Steven Hutson, James McLelland and newcomer Ethan McCoslin. Kenneth Freeman and Rudy Miller caught touchdown passes for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs had trouble holding on to the football in the early going, but eliminated those mistakes as the game went on. We were able to find out what some people could do in certain positions and what we need to re-evaluate as we prepare for our next opponent. Overall, I think the team knows what needs to be done for us to be where we want to be, and are readying for our next opponent the Chico Dragons, who are coming off a big win against Frost last Saturday. This game will be played Saturday night in Burleson at their new multi-million dollar stadium, which should make for a great atmosphere for our team. Our team is looking forward to the challenge and the experience, and are focused and prepared to put in a great week of practice. The volleyball team participated in a very difficult Centerville tournament this past week, and it gave them the chance to match up against top notch competition. They finished 4th in the silver bracket, and continue to prepare for the district schedule. They have Tuesday off and play Teague on Friday night in their second to last non-district game. “Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.”_ Benjamin Franklin

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plays in the first half so the starting offense came on for the first drive of the second half. Picking up where they left off, Gallegos finished the drive with another pass to Minze. This time he moved through traffic, broke five tackles and dove into the endzone for his second score of the game. Arriaga again added the extra point for a 54-7 lead. Arriaga added a 25 yard field goal for a 57-7 lead before Garcia caught a 39 yard touchdown pass to make the score 57-13. The starting offense gave way to a couple of backs that played well on the junior varsity squad last season. They were seeing their first varsity action and sophomore Dominic Brackens scored on a six yard run and junior Rahiem Hayes had an 18 yard run to close out the game and the 70-13 final. Rose had 122 yards on only 10 carries and four touchdowns. Brackens had 11 carries for 77 yards and a touchdown and Hayes tallied the most carries with 12 and had 84 yard and the the touchdown. Gallegos had a good game through the air completing nine of 12 passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns. Chance Carroll finished the game completing both of his pass attempt for 47 yards. Chris Lide caught three passes for 84 yards and Minze also caught three for 84 yards and both touchdowns. Cameron Hicks had two catches for ten yards and Ward hauled in two for 37 yards. Bryson Gates caught one pass for 13 yards. The Fairfield Eagles will remain home for the next two weeks before they head to the road. They will host the Canton Eagles at Eagle Field on Friday. Scott Batts reporting. ________________________

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Meet the Wortham Varsity Bulldogs 2013: Back Row (Standing): Coach Keith Hughes, Head Coach Shane Doege, Samuel Barker, James McLelland, Steven Hutson, Angus Worcester, Kyle Chasteen, Daniel Trantham, Jordan Lansford, Kenneth Freeman, Trent Williams, Manager R.J. Batts, and Coach Leroy Johnson. Middle Row (Sitting): Luis Garcia, Zach Upton, Jarrod Current, Corey Cox, Lucky Hayes, Zach Jones, Haden Proulx, Witty Busby, Hunter Miller, and Blake Hutson. Bottom Row (Kneeling): Coach Brian Coffman, Devin Coleman, Jonathan Hughes, Tyree Freeman, Dalton Dunnahoe, Vontray Cooper, Ethan McCoslin, Rudy Miller, Daniel Perez, and Coach Mike King (Photo by Jennifer Lansford).

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