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Offense, defense return playmakers By David Jenkins Staff Writer

sports@princetonherald.com The Panthers fielded one of the top offenses and defenses in the area during 2012. On the offensive side, they averaged 38 points per game and 419 yards. Quarterback Jourdan Blake, who’s made a verbal commitment to Baylor, returns to direct the Panthers’ offense. In 2012, he passed for just under 2,000 yards, with 20 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. On the ground he was second on the team in rushing with 1,000 yards and 10 scores. Due to Blake’s versatility, the Panthers have the option of moving him to different positions, due in part to the talent of junior varsity call-up Jeremy Beaird. Blake will be able to get the ball to Texas Tech commit Jakari Dillard (second on team with 45 catches for 557 and 12 TDs), Brendon Bowland (four for 43) and Michael Bowers. In the backfield will be Trey Jackson, who saw time in the starting 11 last season due to injuries from C.J. Bryant. Jackson carried it 20 times for 130 yards and found the end zone twice. New to the group will be Marcellus Hill, who transferred in from Ennis He is the son of running backs coach Maurice Hill. He’ll step into the slot position and play some running back. “We have a lot of talent on offense, with a lot good speed. We are going to spread people out and run it down hill with Blake and Jackson,” Wilkins said. “Overall, I feel good about the talent we have.” Making up the offensive line will be Tristan Beadle, Dillon Loftice, Ernesto Rodriguez, Kyle Collins and Kyle Peters. “That (line) is going to be the biggest

question mark we have coming into the season,” Wilkins said. “I think what we lost in size we make up with strength and speed. We are going to be able to run and get in people’s way.” New offensive coordinator Don Waddle will coach those athletes. Waddle comes over from Red Oak, which went four rounds deep last year in the 4A Div. I Region II postseason. Wilkins and the new leader worked previously on the same staff at Red Oak. Defensively, the Panthers gave up 20 points a contest and 239 yards last season. Making up the defense will be Payton Thompson, Derek Templeman, Logan Roberts, Logan Teel, Justin Cullum, Eli Anthony and Colt Goen. Possible plug-ins will be Blake, Bowland and Mathias Savage. “We want to try to create as much havoc as we can, by moving people around, and use what we got, which is our team speed and ability to tackle. That is where we are going to hang our hat on,” Wilkins said. Running the 4-3 scheme will be defensive coordinator Cody Stutts, who came over from Class 5A Mesquite. As a player he was a member of the 2001 state title team. Princeton returns experience in the special teams area with Anthony handling the kicking duties and Dillard lining up as the punter. Hill and Blake will handle the kick return duties, after the departure of last year’s core of returners. “Special teams are vital. We are going to put the time and commitment into that area,” Wilkins said. “We are going to make sure that we win games due to our special teams. We are going to put the emphasis on it, just like we do offense and defense.”

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Eli Anthony makes a solid tackle on Gainesville’s David Moore, stripping the ball on the way down for an incomplete pass in the Class 3A Div. I Region II area round. Anthony will play in the secondary and handle kicking duties.

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Expectations high for coming season By David Jenkins Staff Writer

sports@princetonherald.com Princeton made school history last season by finishing with double-digit wins for the first time in 28 years. The last time the program pulled off that feat was in 1974, when the then Class 1A Panthers went 11-2. Under then head coach Jackie Hendricks — the football stadium now bears his name — Princeton made it all the way to the 1A regional quarterfinals before falling to Aledo. Aledo finished things out as state runners-up, losing 19-18 to Grapeland. Flash forward to last season when Princeton compiled a 10-2 mark, finished second in District 12-3A to Melissa and went two rounds deep in the 3A Div. I Region II playoffs. In the opening round they beat Ferris 2821, but then fell 40-14 the following week to Gainesville. Princeton comes into this season looking to build on that success under first-year head coach Lee Wilkins, who was the defensive coordinator the last two campaigns. “You stay on the same path that we were on for the last four seasons,” he said. “You go two rounds deep like you did the previous year, and it’s not ideal for what you want to do. You did get 10 wins out of it, but what I’m saying is if it’s not broke don’t try to fix it. We have put our goals past the second round, into the third and fourth round. Just like anywhere when you get to the third or fourth round anything can happen.” He added, “Everyone has you circled on their calendar and they want to knock off a 10-2 team. The days of sneaking up and surprising people are over. We started in the offseason telling them that the target is on your back.” Early preseason predictions have the Panthers making another playoff run this season. Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine tabbed them to finish second behind Melissa.

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Trey Jackson is slowed down by Ferris’ James Alanis after getting a first down in the Class 3A Div. I Region II bi-district round. Jackson takes on full-time duties at running back after backing up graduate C.J. Bryant. Also making the postseason cut were Bonham and Anna. Another publication, The Old Coach Friday Night Football has them winning the title. During the postseason they were predicted to go two rounds deep. Texas Tech commit Jakari Dillard was the preseason choice for district Offensive MVP by Dave Campbell’s and was

Nov. 8 in the Top 30 wide receivers 2013 Texas Top 300 Recruits. He is joined on the latter list by Baylor commit Jourdan Blake, who was No. 4 as a quarterback. Princeton will play its final season in 12-3A in 2013, as will Bonham, Anna, Community and Melissa. The non-district schedule kicks off 7:30 p.m. Friday with Greenville.

Games left are at Carrollton Ranchview (Sept. 6) and Commerce (Sept. 13), with Dallas Samuell (Sept. 20) and Bridgeport (Sep. 27 for Homecoming) and at Wills Point (Oct. 4). District action commences 7:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at home against Bonham. That’s followed by games at Anna (Oct. 25), with Melissa (Nov. 1 for Senior Night) and at Community (Nov. 8).

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Wilkins earns first head coaching gig By David Jenkins Staff Writer

sports@princetonherald.com Princeton ISD didn’t have to go to far to find its next head football coach. They decided to stay in house and promoted defensive coordinator Lee Wilkins to the open position. “Its a great honor to be named the head football coach at Princeton. I look forward to continuing the success that coach (Stacey) Dillard and our staff have been able to put in place,” he said. Princeton athletic director Stacey Dillard added, “We just felt like he was a good fit for the program. He has been here two years already and knows how we do things. We picked a good coach.” He was previously the leader of the defensive unit for the previous two seasons. Wilkins takes over for Stacey Dillard, who was named the full-time athletic director back in December. Under the latter coach the Panthers varsity football team went a combined 25-30 record and made three straight Class 3A Region II playoff appearances. They made the playoffs for the first time in 34 years in 2010 and the captured the schools first playoff title in 36 years in 2011. Just this past year the Panthers finished 10-2 overall and were second in District 12-3A to Melissa. During the 3A Div. I playoffs they defeated Ferris 28-21 in bi-district and then fell 40-14 to Gainesville in the next round. Wilkins, a long-time running back in high school and

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Head coach Lee Wilkins talks to his team following the season-opening scrimmage at Denison. college, became a defensive coordinator after graduating from East Texas State University, which is now Texas A&M University-Commerce. He brought a wealth of knowledge to Princeton from his earlier background at other schools, which included Rockwall-Heath, Poteet, Red Oak and Farmersville. This past season under Wilkins guidance the defense was ninth in the area in Class 3A-under in total team defense. They gave up an average of 239 yards per contest and

19.9 points a game over a 12 game span. Wilkins takes over a Princeton team that brings back a good group of starters and solid move ups from the junior varsity team. “Our athletes have a desire and a work ethic to be successful. Being part of the success and knowing what we did to build the foundation gives us an advantage in what we can do to get bigger, faster, and stronger,” Wilkins said. “Our staff and our kids only know one way to be successful and that’s through hard work and dedication.”

Princeton 2013 varsity football schedule

Friday, Aug. 30 - Princeton vs. Greenville at Jackie Hendricks Stadium, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6 - Princeton at Carrollton Ranchview at Standridge Stadium, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13 - Princeton at Commerce at Memorial Stadium, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20 - Princeton vs. Dallas Samuell at Jackie Hendricks Stadium, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27 - Princeton vs. Bridgeport at Jackie Hendricks Stadium (Homecoming), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4 - Princeton at Wills Point at Ken Autry Davis Field, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11 - Princeton vs. Bonham at Jackie Hendricks Stadium, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25 - Princeton at Anna at Coyote Stadium, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1 - Princeton vs. Melissa at Jackie Hendricks Stadium (Senior Night), 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8 - Princeton at Community at Brave Stadium, 7:30 p.m. Games in bold are District 12-3A contests 4 Fall Sports Preview | August 29, 2013 | A special supplement to The Princeton Herald


JV FOOTBALL

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1- Juan Olvera, 2- Dylan Price, 3- Bailey Muchemwa, 5- Kade Massey, 6- Thomas Newby, 7- Darius Redick, 8- Colt Collins, 9- Lorenzo Collins, 11- Brian Angeles, 12- Jaylon Leonard, 15- Sadavion Matthews, 18- Cody Curtis, 22- George Flores, 24- Preston Bluett, 30- Wade Young, 32- Race Karlin, 34- Cody Morrow, 44- Dylan Templeman, 45- Wyatt Abbott, 50- River Carey, 54- Fernando Valenzuela, 55- Jared Farquharson, 59- Zach Nicholas, 61- Wyatt Purdon, 62- Brian Lawson, 64- Josh Murley, 67- Rauf Scott, 70- Christian Garcia, 71- Charles Reifschneider, 73- Case Hendrix, 75- Gerald King, 77- Quinlan Marchand, 78- Damien Murillo, 85- C.J. Grimes, 84- Ty Armstrong, 88- Zackary Ostrander.

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL

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2- Broderick Hampton, 3- Dusty Burris, 4- Regan Wilkins, 5- Kaie Brinkerhoff, 6- Robert Cozine, 7- Daniel Hernandez, 9- Nate Luckey, 10- Eugenio Cervantez, 15- Austin Jenkins, 20- Chris Lawrence, 22- Danny Boyles, 24- John Ray, 28- Larry Carter, 33- Ben Montoya, 50- Kalvin Thomas, 52- Clayton Carr, 53- Maria Gamez, 54- Keelan Lechner, 55- Matt Barch, 56- Jacob Cullver, 57- Simon Jaral, 58- Jacob Tovar, 59- Corbin Hughes, 60- Seth Woods, 61- Race Moore, 62- Steven Hernandez, 66- Joseph Newby, 68- Jamien Rugwiza, 70- Dalton Valko, 71- Oscar Valdivia, 73- Seth Hernandez, 77- Nick Baker, 78- John Lopez, 84- Julio Vazquez, 88- Hudson Jaynes.

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2013 Princeton Varsity Football Team, Trainers and Coaching Staff

Aug. 30 Greenville Sept. 6 @ Carrollton Ranchview Sept. 13 @ Commerce Sept. 20 Dallas Samuell Sept. 27 #Bridgeport Oct. 4 @ Wills Point Oct. 11 *Bonham Oct. 18 Open Oct. 25 @ *Anna Nov. 1 ^ *Melissa Nov. 8 @ *Community *District 12-3A #Homecoming ^Senior Night Games start at 7:30 p.m. Home contests played at Jackie Hendricks Stadium.

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2013

Princeton Panthers

#1 Trey Jackson Sr.

#2 Colt Goen Sr.

#3 Michael Bowers Sr.

#4 Matthias Savage Sr.

#5 Jakari Dillard Sr.

#6 Eli Anthony Sr.

#7 Jourdan Blake Sr.

#8 Savon Miles Sr.

#9 Brandon Talley Soph.

#11 Jeremy Beaird Jr.

#12 Hunter Thompson Sr.

#15 Zac Torres Jr.

#18 Darion Carlock Sr.

#20 Jake Bowland Jr.

#21 Payton Thompson Sr.

#22 Justin Cullum Sr.

#24 Marcellus Hill Sr.

#28 Brendon Bowland Sr.

#33 Dylan Templeman Fr.

#34 Logan Teel Sr.

#44 Darius Rivera Sr.

#45 Dylan Fisher Sr.

#50 Kyle Collins Sr.

#51 Chris Leach Jr.

#54 Michael Fisher Sr.

#55 Derek Templeman Jr.

#59 Kyle Peterson Jr.

#62 Ernesto Rodriguez Sr.

#70 Justin Rugwiza Sr.

#73 Triston Beadle Sr.

#75 Logan Roberts Jr.

#77 Dillon Loftice Sr.

#84 Rudy Garza Jr.

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Team looks to atone for last year’s finish By David Jenkins Staff Writer

sports@princetonherald.com It would be safe to say that last season was one the Lady Panthers would rather forget. They finished with single-digit wins and snapped a streak of consecutive Class 3A Region II playoff appearances. During District 12-3A action they were dead last in the standings at 2-6. However, there is a renewed sense of hope in 2013, as the Lady Panthers return a large chunk of experience and a new head coach. “The girls have already started to put in a lot of work over the summer in the weight room and conditioning, as well as being active in summer league; this is something that we just haven’t seen before. Many of them are already seeing the benefits to this hard work,” first-year head coach Randi Trew said. “It’s going to take a shift in attitude because anytime you come off of a season like that it’s never easy. I’m looking to give the program a different look, changing some things both offensively and defensively, giving the girls a little bit of acceleration moving into a phase of volleyball that should be both exciting and challenging for them.” Trew comes in from 3A Levelland, which went 26-10 overall and advanced to the area round of the Region I playoffs. In addition to finishing as the co-2-3A champions (with Lubbock Cooper), a first in 15 years, they reached No. 12 in the state rankings and Trew was named the 2-3A Coach of the Year. Prior to that, Trew was an assistant at Lubbock Cooper (2010-’12) and was a coach in the Lubbock ISD (2007-’10). She takes over the Princeton position from Scott Montgomery, who was in charge for three seasons. During that span the Lady Panthers went a combined 51-67-2 and had consecutive showings in the postseason. In 2010 and the following year they made it to the area round, eventually losing to Argyle each times. On each occasion, the Lady Panthers rolled over Diamond Hill-Jarvis out of Fort Worth ISD during the first round of the 3A Region II playoffs If this season’s group is to make it back to the playoffs, they will need to finish within the top four spot in district. The UIL expanded the field to four teams after taking just the top three in season’s past. The Lady Panthers traveled Aug. 27 to Sunnyvale. They remain on the road to compete in the season final tournament, which is Friday and Saturday at Whitesboro.

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Raygan Cook is one of a handful of players that will look to help the Lady Panthers rebound this season.

Head coach Randi Trew takes over the rains from Scott Montgomery, who led the Lady Panthers for three seasons. Victor Tapia/The Princeton Herald

Games left on the non-district slate are with Callisburg (Sept. 3), at Garland Lakeview Centennial (Sept. 6), Ferris (Sept. 10) and Quinlan Ford (Sept. 13), with Dodd City (Sept. 17), Celina (Sept. 20) and Van Alstyne (Oct. 1), and at Gunter (Oct. 18). First-half district matches are at Community (Sept. 27), with

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Anna (Oct. 4), at Melissa (Oct. 8) and home with Bonham (Oct. 11). The Lady Panthers’ second half contests are with Community (Oct. 15) and Melissa (Oct. 22 for Senior Night), at Anna (Oct. 25) and Bonham (Oct. 29).


VARSITY VOLLEYBALL

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Back row, from left, Raygan Cook, Shaina Bail, Kendall Waddle, Shelbi Cook, Haley Gentry, front, BriAna Lacey, Alexis Morton, Lindsey Tarby and Haley Lewis. Not pictured: head coach Randi Trew, assistants Susan Rodriquez and Philip Meaker.

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Shaina Bail reaches back for a ball at the net against Frisco Lone Star earlier in the season.

JV VOLLEYBALL

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL

Back row, from left, Sara Wood, Devon Black, Kaylee Dotson, Haley White, Rachael Solis, Jayla Williams, front, Daisy Chavira, Jimma Chapman, Ally Horn, Faith Devine and Aimee Parker.

Back row, from left, Lauren Dixon, Katie Wilson, Brittany Edwards, Kaitlyn Dilingham, Brianna Washington, Chantelle ElliS, front, Ellis Woodruff, Skyla Gilliam, Taylor Garvin, Astraea Wayman, Sarah Strawn and Mariah Kirby.

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Groups return experienced competitors By David Jenkins Staff Writer

sports@princetonherald.com Princeton enjoyed their fair success on the course through out the 2012 campaign. Leading the pack was the Lady Panthers, who took third at the District 12-2A meet, ran in the Class 3A Region II meet for the just second time in school history and had a runner partake in the 3A state meet. In regionals they were ninth. Rachael Mukweyi was the first girl in school history to run in the state meet. At Round Rock, the Lady Panther crossed the line in 34th out of 108 runners. Mukweyi advanced to state after taking 10th-place in regionals and prior to that in district ended up fourth. Also seeing time on the course at regionals were Top 10 individual finishers in district were Diana Mukweyi (now running cross country for Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia) and Alicia Salazar. Running for the team were Camerin Edmunds, Jackie Wolfe and Monsserratt Rodriguez. The Panthers, which featured just three returnees, produced another strong season on the legs of varsity newcomers. At district in Melissa, they earned their eighth straight trip to regionals. Top 10 finishers were varsity first timers

Derek Lockman (fifth), Kendall Ogletree (seventh) and Edgar Mendez (10th). During regionals at Vandergriff Park, Lockman was 83rd and Ogletree crossed the finish line in 90th. Princeton’s boys’ and girls’ teams will look to duplicate that success in 2013, under head coach Carrie Jarvis. “This years girls have been working hard all summer running together as a group. With the addition of some stellar new girls, I believe we will be highly competitive and will return to regionals,” she said. “With state-qualifier Rachael Mukweyi returning, I believe the girls will use the experience of last year to springboard to a higher regional finish this year. Their dedication to the sport and each other is incredible.” Jarvis added about the boys, “I believe we can build on last years second place finish at district and hopefully compete for the district title.” Jarvis was the girls’ leader last year and took over the boys program from Brett Hackman at the end of last school year. He took over for Jeff Coburn last season and held the post for just one year. Princeton will compete once again in 12-3A, along with Bonham, Melissa, Anna and Community. Both teams open the season Saturday in the Melissa Relays.

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Chase Beebe will be one of the leaders on this season’s varsity boys’ team. Followed by the Gerald Richey Invitational (Sept. 14 at Grand Prarie’s Lynn Creek Park), Fightin’ Farmers Invitational (Sept. 28 at Southlake Park in Farmersville), McNeil Invitational (Round Rock’s

Old Settlers Park) and the Melissa Invitational (Oct. 12). The district meet is Oct. 21 at Melissa. The regional meet is Nov. 2 at Lynn Creek Park and state is Nov. 9 at Old Settler’s Park.

VARSITY/JV CROSS COUNTRY

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Back row, from left, Chase Beebe, Michaellla Raye, Celeste Acuna, Kirsten Striplin, Amber Washington, Cesar Tovar, third, Rachael Mukweyi, Sarah Mukweyi, Senna Acuna, Camerin Edmunds, Miranda Mitchell, Alex Davis, Monsserratt Rodriguez, second, Jackie Wolf, Jazmyne Taylor, Julianna Myrick, Ashton Foster, Bailey Barker, Shaycee Blankenship, Adrianna Benton, front, Abby Santos, Megan Bolan, Cameron Wilson, Kevin Tovar, Stephanie Tovar, Genesis Deleon and Alicia Salazar. Not pictured: Eddie Mendez, Jacob Rocklin, Miranda Estrada, Jackie Salters, Delaney Reed, Alexia Casteneda, Sara Eaves and head coach Carrie Jarvis.

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VARSITY CHEERLEADING

Back row, from left, front, Allison DeBlanc, Kaileigh Colvin, Michaella Ray, coach Danielle Silvey, Sara Eaves, Jessi Petty, Kaelah Marvin, front, Madison Bryant, Danielle Rodriguez, Lyndze Curry (captain), Lauren Jones (captain), Kailey Marksberry (captain), Taylor Pierce and Keylee McCreight. Not pictured: Lauryn Colvin and coach Rachella Fannin. Wyndi Veigel/The Princeton Herald

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Logan Teel picks up a large chunk of yardage on Aug. 17 in a scrimmage at Denison. 12 Fall Sports Preview | August 29, 2013 | A special supplement to The Princeton Herald


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