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White Oak Wins 2-A Lone State Cup Championship
Sunday, 29th July 2012 - 7:43PM
2011-12 UIL Lone Star Cup Winners Announced

White Oak High School captured its first Lone Star Cup trophy after winning state championships in academics and boys basketball. The Roughnecks also placed fourth at the state marching band contest and were state semifinalists in volleyball.

2-A

1. White Oak 68 pts.
7. Tatum 47 pts.
8. Crawford 46 pts.

Click "more" for all of the standings, Class 1-A to Class 5-A
Nally promoted to Head Football Coach @ Frankston
Sunday, 29th July 2012 - 7:43PM
Matt Nally is the new head football coach at Frankston High School.

Nally, has been an assistant coach at Frankston for six-years, with the last four as the offensive coordinator, after he spent three years as an assistant coach at Cayuga High School.

Nally replaces Sam Wells who is now the AD/Head Football Coach at Elkhart High School.
2nd-Annual Eric Thomas All-Sports Skills Camp
Sunday, 29th July 2012 - 7:43PM
2nd ANNUAL ERIC THOMAS ALL SPORTS SKILLS CAMP

Olympian Eric Thomas returns to Nacogdoches to present the 2nd Annual Eric Thomas All Sports Skills Camp on Saturday, July 21, 2012 at Nacogdoches High School from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Soccer Practice Field.

Click "more" for all details of the Eric Thomas All Sports Skills Camp.
Hallsville 3B/1B Gideon commits to A&M
Sunday, 29th July 2012 - 7:42PM
Hallsville 1st/3rd-Baseman Ronnie Gideon has committed to play at Texas A&M.

Gideon, 6-3, 220, hit 11-HR's and drove in 40 runs as a junior.

He had offers from A&M, Texas, LSU, Arkansas and Florida.
Three East Texans on TSHOF Ballot
Sunday, 29th July 2012 - 7:42PM
Three East Texans are listed on the Texas Sports Hall of Fame ballot that will be released in the near future.

The three include, Red Murff, the scout who discovered Nolan Ryan, Texarkana native Eddie Mathews, who is among the greatest third-baseman in MLB history, and former Trinity Valley C.C. men's basketball coach Leon Spencer.
 
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