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  1. Bussey was the reason Timpson won the last few games against Garrison, without Bussey, Garrison wins those games ....
    3 points
  2. Fuller definitely not scared
    3 points
  3. The only thing Biden has created is a government job most of the rest are dependate on government spending
    2 points
  4. 2020 Game moved to Beckville because of Hurricane Laura. Joaquin won 8-6. 2021 Game played at Joaquin. First game on new turf. Beckville won 50-39. 2022 Game played at Beckville. Won 42-41 2023 Game moved to Beckville. Joaquin new concession and rest rooms not ready. Also had storm damage that week. Beckville won 60-27.
    2 points
  5. Honey Grove wins this district
    2 points
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  7. And u can’t take a dump in private, in the visitor side restroom. lol
    2 points
  8. Tatum Eagles Scrimmages Harmony - Home Henderson - There Non-District Week 1 - Winnsboro - TBD Week 2 - Daingerfield - TBD Week 3 - Newton - TBD Week 4 - West Rusk - TBD District Week 5 - Sabine - H Week 6 - Liberty Eylau - A Week 7 - Bye Week 8 - Gladewater - H Week 9 - Atlanta - A Week 10 - White Oak - H Week 11 - Jefferson - A
    2 points
  9. Region 2 ? Dang,do we even know anyone in region 2 ? Well let me introduce myself, they call me chain and I'm a highschool football addict,they say the first step in breaking addiction is admitting you are. Welcome to the truth...woooooooo..hahaha let's get this bad boy started ol son
    1 point
  10. Terrible news, just awful! Lies, lies, lies. Democrats need to stop conflicting our narrative to get the orange one back on his throne! (Washington Post) ECONOMY Labor market grew 353,000 in January, soaring past expectations The unemployment rate held at 3.7 percent. By Lauren Kaori Gurley Updated February 2, 2024 at 9:05 a.m. EST|Published February 2, 2024 at 6:00 a.m. EST The U.S. economy added 353,000 jobs in January, a shockingly strong pickup, even as higher interest rates continue to ripple through the economy. The unemployment rate held at 3.7 percent. The gains were roughly double economists’ predictions of 177,000 reinforcing that the economy remains firmly out of recession territory with the labor market propelling the economy forward, despite some high-profile layoffs at technology and media companies. Robust consumer spending has allowed employers to hire at a rate that’s fast enough to keep up with population growth and wages continue to outpace inflation, boosting workers’ spending power. The picture of a U.S. economy that has defied recession predictions has also been bolstered by stronger-than-anticipated GDP growth in the final quarter of 2023. A hardy labor market and rising wages have allowed households to spend liberally, fueling a resilient economy. Payrolls swelled across a variety of industries, after months of job growth concentrated in a few industries that aren’t sensitive to interest rate hikes. Professional and business services added 74,000 jobs in January, soaring past the sluggish average monthly gain of 14,000 jobs in 2023. Fueled by a rapidly aging baby boomer population, health care added 70,000 jobs, with the strongest gains in ambulatory health care, hospitals and nursing homes. Retail gained 45,000 new jobs mostly at general merchandise retailers and manufacturing added 23,000 jobs though both industries have shown little overall change since early 2023. Government added 36,000 new roles, mostly in federal and local government, as wages have risen enough to keep up with the private sector. Average hourly wage growth accelerated sharply in January, rising by 0.6 percent, to $34.55. Over the past 12 months, hourly wages have risen by 4.5 percent, beating inflation and boosting workers’ spending power. Federal Reserve policymakers are closely watching wages, hoping to see more moderated wage growth as a sign that inflation is under control. President Biden, headed into an election year, has received a political boost from strong jobs creation and more than two years of unemployment below four percent, a stretch last seen in the 1960s, despite much criticism about rising prices throughout the economy. The strong labor market report will get a close review at the Federal Reserve, where policymakers are trying to pinpoint the right time to lower interest rates for the first time since 2020. For the past two years, officials have been focused on raising rates higher – and keeping them there – to tame inflation and slow the economy down. They’ve managed to do so without causing any major slowdown in hiring, a feat considered near impossible earlier in the rate hike campaign. Now, central bankers are entering a new phase of policymaking: taking their feet off the brake by cutting interest rates multiple times this year. At a news conference this week, Fed Chair Jerome H. Powell said officials need a bit more time to be completely assured inflation will keep trending down. “We look at stronger growth. We don’t look at it as a problem. I think, at this point, we want to see strong growth. We want to see a strong labor market. We’re not looking for a weaker labor market," Powell said during a news conference. And some industries are struggling. Last week the number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose to an 11-week high. Amazon, Microsoft, Google and many other tech companies said they will cut tens of thousands of jobs this year, and retailers such as Macy’s and REI have announced workforce reductions. UPS also announced about 12,000 layoffs this week, as the transportation and warehousing industry has reversed some of the massive expansion experienced during its pandemic e-commerce boom. Layoffs more than doubled between December and January from 34,817 to 82,307, according to employment firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas. But economists aren’t concerned about layoffs concentrated in a few industries triggering a broader meltdown in the economy. Layoffs are still trending below their pre-pandemic levels, according to data released by the Labor Department on Tuesday. “In this low-unemployment environment, most of the laid-off workers will likely manage to find new jobs fairly quickly,” said Julia Pollak, chief economist at ZipRecruiter. “While some individual workers may struggle to find comparable work, the layoffs are unlikely to have an effect in the aggregate.” Lindsey Rogers, 27, and her husband, Jared, public school teachers in Baker City, Ore., saw their household income double at the start of this school year, rising by around $48,000, because of mandated salary increases in their new union contract. Their school district in rural Eastern Oregon in previous years struggled to fill open positions, but started this school year without a single vacancy because teacher pay jumped significantly, said Erin Lair, superintendent of Baker School District. For the Rogers family, the pay increase means they can afford the $750-a-month child-care costs for their new baby. “We sat down at a union meeting on Zoom, and they pulled up our new pay scale and it was life-changing,” Rogers said. “I was in shock. We were both in tears. We were going to be able to provide a great life for our kid. We were actually going to be paid like professionals.”
    1 point
  11. I'm hearing Gunter vs Franklin could be in talks for week 4 but it's not confirmed yet
    1 point
  12. Thanks! Doing ok. Life has kinda pulled me away from being as much into HS football as I used to be (and only winning 2-3 games every year didn't exactly help lol.) Hope all is well with you as well.
    1 point
  13. That was during the football season doesn't mean he hasn't gone since even though I haven't heard that, to be honest it wouldn't bother me if he did go some folks you just have to cut loose...lol
    1 point
  14. He went to Evangel for a visit but wasn't accepted for what ever reason, he fininished the season at Waskom.
    1 point
  15. There's not enough room in the schools to put in all the bathrooms for all of the genders that people claim there are.
    1 point
  16. Carthage is looking just saying……
    1 point
  17. No, LE plays Bullard week 4 and looking for week 3.
    1 point
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  19. Oh the clutching of pearls and the faux outrage.
    1 point
  20. I’m sure they will in 2025. When making out a schedule you take into account trying to get an equal number of home and away games each year if possible. Beckville is a 35 minute drive for us. Playing there is not a big deal.
    1 point
  21. Kilgore got some stones with that schedule.
    1 point
  22. Not all, but are losing a lot. Doesn't mean hg will win the district because they return almost everyone. Hg returned the house last year & it still didn't matter lol. Cooper runs this district until somebody can prove otherwise .
    1 point
  23. Turning into one of those deals that, unless you have a large twitter following and have sold a book, you gotta go take some of the really bad jobs and hope for 4 wins.
    1 point
  24. Do your local school a favor and click here: https://www.k12.com/ It's free, as a rule.
    1 point
  25. There's a lot of good resources online that you don't necessarily have to pay for, though. Although the learning materials themselves can sometimes be costly. Over the decade we home schooled, I would guess we've spent several thousand on books and other learning materials -- because we chose to.
    1 point
  26. I look forward to another great year from CH. Notice the trend as of lately. Two semi-final game and a state championship game. I do not see us winning the ship without some changes on offense. When we get deep and reach those outstanding defenses and coaches, they shut us down. Vanilla play calling. Too predictable. If we can spread the ball with some sort passing game and get away from brisbin/stewart run right run left i like our chances of a state title. The talent is in place.
    1 point
  27. Yeah, we are gonna keep talking about how poorly the government run education system functions and say, "but if they'd just give us some more money".
    1 point
  28. Sounds more intelligent than most of your posts
    1 point
  29. You think yall can squeeze a win out of that one? lol
    1 point
  30. Mabank's probably wishing they were somewhere else.
    1 point
  31. Newton scrimmages and non-district schedule Buna Bridge City Week 1 WOS Week 2 Jefferson Week 3 Tatum Week 4 DeRidder LA
    1 point
  32. 1.Honey Grove 2.Cooper 3.PP 4.Alba 5.Boles 6.Rivercrest 7.Como
    1 point
  33. That will be the most key position for Willards offense
    1 point
  34. Jt dropped longview for Dallas seaglee something like that lol who?
    1 point
  35. Here’s what I have on Joaquin: 1 Frankston 2 @ Beckville 3 Tenaha 4 @ Grand Saline 5 Corrigan-Camden HC District 11AA D1 will be added later
    1 point
  36. I never disliked Richters. He was a great guy. His staff….and his decision making…. Yikes.
    1 point
  37. Ain’t nobody scared! Except for HKS, they’re done floating around all them District titles. But hell, this could be good for them, they may finally make it past the 2nd round! Break the curse of BDB!
    1 point
  38. That's a ma'am. That's the sammich lady. She makes a mean sammich.....and keeps stats like a G.
    1 point
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  40. Don't waste your time with this clown For he resides in the upside down.
    1 point
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  42. They would run through a brick wall for him that’s for sure.
    1 point
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  44. They’ll play sixteen games.
    1 point
  45. Scrimmage - Texas High (at Longview) Week 1 - Lufkin Week 2 - Marshall Week 3 - South Oak Cliff Week 4 - Ruston Week 5 - Off Week 6 - vs Rockwall Week 7 - at Forney Week 8 - vs Tyler Legacy Week 9 - at Rockwall Heath Week 10 - vs North Forney Week 11 - at Royse City
    1 point
  46. In those days it was about the only game you could see on TV if you wanted to see a game you had to go there, in my case to the dome
    1 point
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