By Will Johnson Messenger Reporter CROCKETT – The Crockett Lady Bulldogs welcomed the Henderson Lady Lions to the Andrew J. Hopkins Activity Center for a basketball game on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 26 and soundly defeated their guests by a final score of 51-33. The Lady Dawgs led throughout the contest and were never really threatened after they jumped out to an 18-6 first quarter lead. Crockett was led by Dea’Junique James with six points in the opening eight minutes. Katelin Holmes dropped in four while a quartet of Lady Dawgs each scored two. Henderson’s Resha Hall scored four for...Read More
Month: November 2016
By Will Johnson Messenger Reporter GRAPELAND – Since the 2009-2010 season, the Grapeland Sandies basketball program has put together a string of seven straight district championships, seven regional quarterfinal appearances, five regional semifinal appearances, two regional final appearances and one state semifinal appearance. Not too shabby. While most basketball programs would be satisfied to have that record on their resume, the Sandies appeared to be anything but satisfied as they opened the 2016 -2017 season with back-to-back wins over two Class 3A schools. Even though the Sandies lost two starters and key minutes coming off the bench from the...Read More
By Will Johnson Messenger Reporter EAST TEXAS – The 2016 volleyball season came to an end last week and after deep runs from several area teams – including appearances in the state tournament from Leon and Iola – the postseason awards are starting to slowly trickle in. The Superlatives and All District selections for District 21-2A were released late last week and the superlative awards were dominated by the Cayuga Lady Wildcats. The district is comprised of: Cayuga; Kerens; Malakoff Cross Roads; Neches; Oakwood; and Trinidad. The superlative awards for District 21-2A are listed below. Most Valuable Player: Morgan...Read More
By Will Johnson Messenger Reporter EAST TEXAS – The 2016 volleyball season came to an end last week and after deep runs from several area teams – including appearances in the state tournament from Leon and Iola – the postseason awards are starting to slowly trickle in. The Superlatives and All District selections for District 18-4A were released late last week. The district is comprised of: Athens; Fairfield; Madisonville; Mexia; and Palestine The superlative awards for District 18-4A were presented to: Blocker MVP: Nicole Hill – Athens Blocker MVP: Da’meka Shed – Fairfield Coach of the Year: Randy Barger...Read More
By Will Johnson Messenger Reporter CROCKETT – In correspondence from Crockett City Administrator Sean Hutchison to Russel Bond, General Manager of WCID (Water Control and Improvement District) #1, the city administrator stated the water being purchased from the WCID #1 “… fails to meet State water quality standards.” As a result of the failed standards, Hutchison requested a reduction in the minimum monthly amount of water required to be purchased as outlined in the Treated Water Supply Contract between Houston County WCID #1 and the City of Crockett. The two entities came together on Wednesday, Nov. 16 to discuss...Read More
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