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    Program Director and Sports Talk Show Host at ESPN Radio-Central Texas. This includes AM1660, AM1330, 100.9FM and 1660espn.com and krzi.streamon.fm. I own Smoaky.com, the high school website that was launched in July, 2002.
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  1. I wish you would have contacted me personally. Smoaky.com took it down but had you contacted me like our rules state on a coaching change you would have been given the credit but I would've called Barry Norton myself to confirm. There's a fine line that most coaching change(s) information on this site from members is legit, unfortunately what ruins it for you and others are the nasty, personal vendetta's throwing out, "Is Coach XYZ really out at School XYZ" and then the blank-storm begins.
  2. It's been awhile since we did this but would like to know if we can compile a list of members who want to be the beat reporter for a specific district and/or team. Your insight and stories, game previews and/or summaries would be featured on a special link on Smoaky.com. Of course I don't have enough money to pay you but there are other ways including gift cards from local restaurants or a Smoaky.com tee-shirt featuring you as a "Beat Reporter." And, if you wear one you can either get a "damn, that's so cool," or you might need to duck. Who knows? But, interested in your feedback. Smoaky
  3. Coaches, When your season is completed, please take a few minutes to nominate deserving players from your team for the Texas Sports Writers Association All-State Softball Team. Players do not have to be seniors. Deadline to nominate is Friday, June 10 (the week after the state softball tournament). To nominate, please return the following information to Jack Stallard with the Longview News-Journal. Email: [email protected] PLAYER(S): TEAM: CLASSIFICATION OF TEAM: (1A, 2A, etc…PLEASE INCLUDE THIS) POSITION: FINAL SEASON STATS: (Feel free to include any postseason honors you know about, or if the kid has signed or given a verbal pledge to a college) Note: if a kid played more than one position, PLEASE tell me what position you prefer she be considered for. If they played multiple positions, you might want to consider nominating for Utility…ALSO…if the player is an infielder, PLEASE be specific about what position since we select a 1B, 2B and SS.
  4. Arp ISD promotes Wes Schminkey to head football coach & A.D.
  5. After 19 years as head coach, 22 years at Arp ISD, athletics director Dale Irwin has announced that he will retire effective June 30, 2022. The 53-year old Irwin is making this decision at this time in order to spend more time with his family. In the 90 year history of Arp High School Tiger football, Irwin is its winningest coach and the longest tenured. This article https://www.arpisd.org/article/708732 has all the information you will need along with a quote, pictures and video that already have the appropriate courtesy burned in. Irwin will continue to lead our student-athletes, and to oversee the transition to a new A.D. until his last day of work. He fully expects Arp Tiger athletics to continue to be strong going forward. The process of finding Irwin's replacement is ongoing. Mike Alzamora Arp ISD Communications Coordinator
  6. I have and I will continue beating the drum that Coach Alexander be elected into the Texas HSFB Hall of Fame, I'm on the committee, I tout his accomplishments all of the time and I'll never give up the fight. But, being inducted in to the THSCA "Hall of Honor" will only validate my passion and the cause!
  7. He is...Ragle still wanted to meet with the team.
  8. I am looking at a handful of options to do a few things and trying to figure out how to get them done, thank you all for the suggestions.
  9. Heath Ragle sent me a text he informed Mineola he was leaving and will be recommended and accept the AD/Head Football job at Canton.
  10. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUSTIN, Texas — The District Assignment Appeals Committee of the University Interscholastic League heard 6 appeals regarding reclassification and realignment Wednesday. The committee, composed of UIL Legislative Council members, heard testimony from all interested parties in regards to each appeal. The committee granted an appeal from Forsan (BB) to move from District 2A-6 to District 2A-7. The District Assignment Appeals Committee voted to deny appeals from Farmersville (FB), Grapeland (FB), San Antonio Alamo Heights (BB/VB), San Antonio Alamo Heights (FB) and Winona (BB).
  11. Please DM on Twitter (@DavidSmoak) or message me on this site with any changes or rumored changes. Thank you. David Smoak ===== Alto (Lance Gamble)-Brock Grisby, Center OC Arp (Dale Irwin)-Wes Schmikey, Promoted from DC Atlanta (David Plunk)-Tyler Martin, Arkansas High DC Axtell (Justin Havard)-Craig Horn, Italy Head Coach Bryan (Ross Rogers)-Ricky Tullos, Pearland Head Coach Buffalo (Evan Stone)-Jamin Savell, Birdville Asst. Coach Chilton (Chris James)-Bennie Huitt, Promoted from DC Canton (Casey Hubble)-Heath Ragle, Mineola Head Coach China Spring (Brian Bell)-Tyler Beatty, Defensive Assistant Clarksville (Jarrick Farmer)- Clifton (Chuck Caniford)-Brent Finney, Promoted from Asst. Coach College Station (Steve Huff)-Stony Pryor Copperas Cove (Jason Hammett)-Tony Johnson (W.T. White Head Coach) Corsicana (Hal Wasson)-Aric Sardinea, Alief Elsik Head Coach Corsicana Mildred (Duke Dalton)-Jeff Callahan, Promoted from DC Cumby (Charles Boles)-Tom Dracos, Texas Lutheran Univ. DL Coach Elysian Fields (Scott Ford)-Justin Crow, Wichita Falls Hirschi OC Eustace (Monty Leaf)-OPEN Gatesville (Luke Howard)-Aaron Hunter, Promoted from DC Goldthwaite (Keith Virdell)-Andy Howard, Brownwood OC Groveton (Richard Steubing)-Matthew Woodard, Port-Neches Groves DC Harmony (Tim Russell)-Jeremy Jenkins, Tenaha Head Coach Honey Grove (Glen Schuelke)-Shane Fletcher, Leonard Head Coach Hubbard (Roger Masters)-Ethan Stepp, Santo Co-OC Itasca (Jim Kerbow)-Rickey Torres, Marlin OC Italy (Craig Horn)-Lee Wilkins, Rowlett Asst. Coach and former HC at Kemp Jacksonville (Wayne Coleman)-Jason Holman, Tatum Head Coach Jasper (Darrell Barbay)-Kendrick Crumedy, Manvel OC Kemp (Justin Stephens)-Randall Cherry, Promoted from Asst. Coach Killeen (Neil Searcy)-OPEN Leon (Jeremy Colvert)-Derek Thomas, Promoted from Asst. Coach Linden-Kildare (OPEN)-Jarrick Farmer, Head Coach at Clarksville Marshall (Jake Griedl)-Jack Alvarez, Cuero Head Coach Meridian (Wade Morton)-Jim Kerbow, Head Coach at Itasca Mount Pleasant (Ritchie Pinkard)-Joe Cluley, Lubbock Estacado Head Coach New Boston (Justin Waltz)-Jody Littleton-Kennedale DC New Diana (Clark Harrell )-Jason Pitts, Tyler Legacy Asst. Head Coach Normangee (Keith Sitton)-Danny Mitchell, Madisonville Asst. Coach Pine Tree (Kerry Lane)-Jason Bachman, Promoted from OC Prairiland (Heath Blalock)-Herb Smith, Paris OC Robinson (Robert Rubel)-Mike Ludlow, North Forney OC Sabine (Rex Sharp)-Cody Gilbert, Azle DC Salado (Alan Haire)-Tom Westerberg, Hays Consolidated AD Spring Hill (Weston Griffis)-Brandon Joslin, Promoted from DC Sulphur Springs (Greg Owens)-Brandon Faircloth, PN-Groves Head Coach Tatum (Jason Holman)-Whitney Keeling, Waskom Head Coach Teague (Donnie Osborn)-Zach Linscomb, New Caney DC Tenaha (Jeremy Jenkins)-Terry Ward, Frankston Asst. Coach and former Tenaha Head Coach Troup (John Eastman)-Sam Wells, Promoted from Asst. Coach Union Grove (Scotty Laymance)-Bobby Chadwick, Promoted from OC (Waco) Parkview Christian Academy (Josh Hayes)-OPEN Waskom (Whitney Keeling)-Greg Pearson, Former Brownsboro Head Coach/Former Waskom DC until 2016 Whitney (Mark Byrd)-OPEN *Killeen Chaparral Hires Alan Haire (Salado) Also, related to former local players and/or coaches: Former John Tyler OL William Blaylock is now head coach at Lubbock Estacado Former McGregor Head Coach Judd Thrash is now head coach at Lubbock Monterrey.
  12. Listed are the Texas Sports Writers Association All-State Volleyball Teams for the 2021 season: CLASS 6A Coach of the Year: Maddie Williams, Brandies Player of the Year: Jalyn Gibson, Brandies FIRST TEAM Outside hitters: Jalyn Gibson, Brandies; Melanie McGann, Keller; Maggie Boyd, Marcus Middle blockers: Alexis Roberson, Ridge Point; Kate Hansen, Weatherford; Emily Adams, Arlington Martin Setter: Taylor Polivka, Keller Libero: Audrey Kubiak, Southlake Carroll SECOND TEAM Outside hitters: Avery Shimaitis, George Ranch; Mallorie Garner, Bridgeland; Paulina Acuna, El Paso Franklin Middle blockers: Leah Ford, Keller; Favor Anyanwu, Sachse; Lindsey Harris, Haslet Eaton Setter: Carlee Pharris, Brandies Libero: Alice Volpe, Bridgeland THIRD TEAM Outside hitters: Kyndal Stowers, Denton Guyer; Harmony Sample, Hebron; Ava Roberts, Mansfield Middle blockers: Lia Okammer, Hebron; Kyra Gaston, Copperas Cove; Elena Bilhartz, Cedar Ridge Setter: Faith Cox, Cedar Ridge Libero: Kaitlyn Bradley, Round Rock HONORABLE MENTION Outside hitters: MacKenzie Strban, Alvin; Lauren Murphy, Round Rock; Riess Griffith, Weatherford; Kendall Hewitt, Prosper; Ayden Ames, Prosper; Emma Halstead, Brandies; Sydney Jordan, Ridge Point; Reagan Sharp, Keller; Ana Garza, Alvin; Brynn Williams, Mansfield; Paige Mooney, Haslet Eaton; Dominique Phills, Shadow Creek; Maddie McQueen, Chisolm Trail McKenzie Cutler, Southlake Carroll Middle blockers: Addison Hansen, Alvin; Stephanie Gutierrez, Saginaw Boswell; Briana Bailey, Round Rock; Hannah Redrow, Hebron; Deja Benjamin, Shadow Creek Setters: Jadyn Gillespie, Chisolm Trail; Sarah Du, Shadow Creek; Jessica Dunn, Southlake Carroll; Brook Adams, Bridgeland; Nina Moorer, Ridge Point; Jasmine Ford, Prosper Liberos: Zoria Heard, Sachse; Nylah Raspberry, Ridge Point; Kea Whilock, Keller; Callie Humphrey, Haslet Eaton; Alyssa Clark, Cedar Ridge; Keegan O’Connor, Weatherford CLASS 5A Coach of the Year: Natalie Puckett, Lucas Lovejoy Player of the Year: Averi Carlson, Lucas Lovejoy FIRST TEAM Outside hitters: Rosemary Archer, Lucas Lovejoy; Janet Demarrais, Grapevine; Kyla Malone, Comal Canyon Middle blockers: Hannah Gonzalez, Lucas Lovejoy; Brooklynn Burnside, Sulphur Springs; Reese Robins, Mansfield Timberview Setter: Averi Carlson, Lucas Lovejoy Libero: Ava Camacho, Lucas Lovejoy SECOND TEAM Outside hitters: Ella Busey, Colleyville Heritage; Maya Duckworth, Birdville; Meagan Ledbetter, Azle Middle blockers: Meagan Ledbetter, Azle; Mary Kate Preston, Manvel; Jaycee Kennedy, Texas High Setter: Meagan Hawkins, Comal Canyon Libero: Kiera Herron, College Station THIRD TEAM Outside hitters: Alea Lastinger, Grapevine; Devyn Lewis, Manvel; Currie Marusak, Amarillo Middle blockers: Killian Armstrong, Midlothian; Mahogani Wilson, Marshall; Kelby Coutee, Lufkin Setter: Morgan Howard, Colleyville Heritage Libero: Missy Varni, Granbury HONORABLE MENTION Outside hitters: Kenna Buchanan, Midlothian; Makenna Miller, Justin Northwest; Lyric Jordan, Manvel; Bella Cherry, Texas High; Riley Newton, College Station; Sydney Kuzma, Gregory-Portland; Maegan Lacy, Wichita Falls Rider; Vivian Parker, Aledo; Kate Alex, Cedar Park; Ana De La Garza, College Station; Ally Scheidle, Tivy; Belle Davis, Burleson; Bryanna Rosario, Burleson Centennial; Brooke Bentke, Brenham; Brianna Converse, Longview; Carmen Chatman, Pine Tree; Ayden McDermott, Hallsville; Julia Anguiano, Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial; Ariana Calder, Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial’ Madilynn Cantu, Moody; Lauren Fuller, Flour Bluff; Katy Geurin, Flour Bluff; Madison Kilgore, Gregory-Portland; Sadie Portmann, Wichita Falls Rider Middle blockers: Maddie Frank, Aledo; Emery Goerig, College Station; Lainee Roberts, Cedar Park; Jakayla Morrow, Longview, Jalen Scroggins, Pine Tree; Alexis Lusk, Lubbock Monterey; Maggie Croft, Flour Bluff Setters: Libby Flores, Lufkin; Kenedy Massie, Manvel; Mattie Gantt, Aledo; Lauren Pyle, Hallsville; J.D. Moffitt, Amarillo; Cameron Chamberlain, Wichita Falls Rider; Ella Davis, Grapevine; Canyen Rodriguez, Gregory-Portland; Harlie Gallaspy, Flour Bluff Liberos: Helen Hood, Grapevine; Jamaya Davis, Pine Tree; Jenna McMichael, Midlothian; Taylor Borden, Gregory-Portland; Isabella Emery, Marshall; Macie Nelson, Hallsville; Alyssa Rojo, Northwest; Bea Angeles, Manvel; Sydney Engel, Grapevine; Makenna Dillow, Azle CLASS 4A Coach of the Year: Catherine Foerster, Decatur Player of the Year: Jentry Lamirand, Decatur FIRST TEAM Outside hitters: Mikalie Floyd, Pampa; Lexi Higgins, Belleville; Kaylee Peterson, Decatur Middle blockers: Dakota Hartman, Decatur; Jentry Lamirand, Decatur; Kaylee Howell, Rockport-Fulton Setter: Bayli Miller, Decatur Libero: Carly Lange, Bellville SECOND TEAM Outside hitters: Faith Kruebbe, Carthage; Maddie Morgan, Bellville; Madison Fritz, La Grange Middle blockers: Aimee Flippen, Glen Rose; Lexi Temple, Aubrey; Joanie Burns, Snyder Setter: Mia Traylor, Spring Hill Libero: Alyssa Edwards, Needville THIRD TEAM Outside hitters: Railey Druxman, Springtown; Dylan Birkes, China Spring; Grace Sweeney, Midlothian Heritage Middle blockers: Maci Jones, Van; Brenley Philen, Lindale; Dru Witherspoon, Iowa Park Setter: Kadyne Emmot, China Spring Libero: Camdyn Hinton, Glen Rose HONORABLE MENTION Outside hitters: Carolann Bowles, Spring Hill; Maddie Pyles, Kennedale; Sydney Garrison, Aubrey; Lexi Manning, Celina; Kaleigh Haywood, Gatesville; Rockelle Collier, Canton; Bella Thompson, Van; Elizabeth Williams, Geronimo Navarro; Emily Bochow, Bullard; Madison Moore, Tuloso Midway; Megan Hodges, Celina; Ryan McCoy, Celina; Cayla Kozik Needville; Berklee Andrews, Geronimo Navarro; Macey Hill, Sinton Middle blockers: Taylor Helton, Henderson; Monique Thompson, Palestine; Makahi Lewis, Carthage; Isabella Dickens, Iowa Park; Camille Gonzalez, La Grange; Nickilah Whatley, Hereford; Jennifer Valdez, Mountain View; Jakyra Roberts, Carthage; Taylor Lybrand, Henderson; Allie Cooper, Brownsboro; Ryan Melcher, Giddings; Ashley Woodrum, Celina Setters: Kensey Clifton, Midlothian Heritage; Jamie Doggett, Giddings; Tasha Thoms, Gatesville; Sadie Smith, Carthage; Ashley Fojtik, Needville; Haleigh Wilk, Salado; Lily Neidhart, Celina Liberos: Miranda Acosta, Hereford; Jada Price, Argyle; Janie Bradshaw, Spring Hill; Makayla Johnson, Aubrey; Abby Benitez, Snyder; Morgan Kelley, Celina CLASS 3A Coach of the Year: Jason Culpepper, Bushland Player of the Year: Emma Troxell, Bushland FIRST TEAM Outside hitters: Abigail Tuyo, Lorena; Ally Tribe, Columbus; Graycee Mosley, Troy Middle blockers: Ember Mandola, Columbus; Emma Troxell, Bushland; Jenci Seahorn, Harmony Setter: Meghan Kucera, Lorena Libero: Jaycee Adams, Bushland SECOND TEAM Outside hitters: Rayanna Mauldin, Gunter; Kimora Carter, Henrietta; Ainsley Driska, Cameron Middle blockers: Tori Brackeen, Lorena; Miranda Putnicki, Gunter; Payton Hull, Peaster Setter: Sage Thomas, Columbus Libero: Sadie Kabish, Henrietta THIRD TEAM Outside hitters: Kaela Neie, Bushland; Shae Pruiett, Gunter; Samantha Rabius, East Bernard Middle blockers: Hanna Rubis, Gunter; Julie Bartsch, Rockdale; Ava Burroughs, Quitman Setter: Raylee Poff, Troy Libero: Taygon Jones, Bowie HONORABLE MENTION Outside hitters: Shelby Martin, Grandview; Haley Tucker, Cameron Yoe; Addison Ridge, New Diana; Lexi Baker, White Oak; Riley Braziel, Boyd; Samantha Cavazos, Banquete; Avery Thaler, Fairfield; Skylar Rivers, Holliday; Khloe Naegelin, Poth; Leigh Jespersen, Lorena; Kellen Dorotik, East Bernard; Bella Borchart, Bishop; Brooke Busenlehner, London; Kenzli Allen, Henrietta; Sydney Kroll, Poth; Casey Cavanaugh, Troy; Bailey Blanton, Troup Middle blockers: Anna Iske, White Oak; Paulina Mata, West Rusk; Taylor Garrett, New Diana; Rachel Graff, London; Katie Winters, Bishop; Emerald Williams, Chisum; Piper Morton, West Rusk; Hannah Barry, Peaster; Mariella Gonzales, Skidmore-Tynan; Abi Farmer, Prairiland; Loren Morazzano, Milsap; Cale Brown, Sabine; Payton Murray, Holliday; McKinna Brackens, Fairfield Setters: Emma Hill, White Oak; Stormie LeJeune, West Rusk; Kenzie Williamson, Grandview; Kaly White, Cameron Yoe Liberos: Ally Gresham, Sabine; Briley Singleton, Gunter; Lexi Woolsey, Callisburg; Summer Dancy-Vasquez, Tatum; Kirsten Marin, Cameron Yoe; Mia Perez, Banquete CLASS 2A Coach of the Year: Cherry Downs, Beckville Player of the Year: Kinsley Rivers, Beckville FIRST TEAM Outside hitters: Avery Morris, Beckville; Jenna McDougald, Iola; Katie Warden, Crawford Middle blockers: Kinsley Rivers, Beckville; Aizlyn Dewberry, Wink; Lyndsie McBride, Bremond Setter: Lexi Moody, Crawford Libero: Natasha Gouge, Bremond SECOND TEAM Outside hitters: Malaina Grissom, Thrall; Emily Sitton, Leon; Amber Harris, Beckville Middle blockers: Tara Pruett, Moody; Mary Fenter, Overton; Logan Dyer, Bosqueville Setter: Sophie Elliott, Beckville Libero: Kieryn Adams, Schulenburg THIRD TEAM Outside hitters: Rylee Vancura, Shiner; Sadie Kasowski, Bremond; Rylee Wolf, Windthorst Middle blockers: Kylie Ray, Crawford; Talli Millican, Harper; Kiana Bennett, Shelbyville Setter: Ava Pointer, Iola Libero: Addie Goldenberg, Crawford HONORABLE MENTION Outside hitters: Mia Moellenberg, Thrall; McKenna Post, Crawford; Brylei Gilbreath, Coleman; Malarie Mican, Weimar; Avery Brooks, Union Grove; Kyndal Robinson, Thorndale; Autumn Smith, Wink; Lindsey Gooch, Iola; Mihyia Davis, Lovelady; Lauren Salley, Leon; Jordan Sommer, Schulenburg; Claire Antosh, Schulenburg; Brooklyn Lamprecht, Three Rivers; Chandley Tolbert, Weimar Middle blockers: Mallory Maxwell, Archer City; Meredith Magliolo, Schulenburg; Skylar Heger, Weimar; Kloe Kutac, Schulenburg; Jennah Hargrove, Holland; Tara Tackett, Windthorst; Bailey Grant, Archer City; Paige Pavlu, Weimar; Elly Steward, Three Rivers; Aislyn Cox, Coleman; Sydnee Wade, Alvord; Makena Warren, Hawkins Setters: Aaliyah Couch, Thrall; Raylynn Adams, Tom Bean; Calle Minter, Big Sandy; Kaley McMillian, Overton; Jordyn Warren, Hawkins; Tamara Otto, Schulanburg; Kimberlee Hinze, Weimar; Lauren Summers, Weimar Liberos: Laney Jones, Beckville; Landri Martinka, Thorndale; Annabelle Kuehl, Bosqueville; Hannah Fisbeck, Weimar CLASS A Coach of the Year: Clint Jaeger, Fayetteville Player of the Year: Brooklyn Jaeger, Fayetteville FIRST TEAM Outside hitters: Brooklyn Jaeger, Fayetteville; Payden Sanders, Blum; Mia Alvarado, San Isidro Middle blockers: Jamiee Skylar Stanley, Sulphur Bluff; Kayme Schley, Fayetteville; Addison Willingham, Blum Setter: Mattie Konvicka, Fayetteville Libero: Kayden Arrington, Blum SECOND TEAM Outside hitters: Tori Raine, Sulphur Bluff; Mabry Herrman, D’Hanis; Emily Carpenter, Prairie Valley Middle blockers: Mya Cabrera, Newcastle; Emileigh Burton, Evant; Kacie Trimble, Neches Setter: Ruby Rumohr, Blum Libero: Mallory Main, Neches THIRD TEAM Outside hitters: Kate Barnes, Sterling City; Kennadi Wheeless, Veribest; Natalie Jones, Electra Middle blockers: Kylee Thompson, D’Hanis; Emma Scott, Blum; Cora Blackwell, Veribest Setter: Katlin Brock, Sulphur Bluff Libero: Caeleigh Burkham, Evant HONORABLE MENTION Outside hitters: Peyton Burell, D’Hanis; Jessa Frosch, D’Hanis; Hayleigh Swinford, Aguilla Middle blockers: Abigail Vanbuskirk, Perrin Whitt; Brianna Harris, Prairie Valley Setters: Joely Jenkins, Neches; Destiny Newland, Newcastle; Olivia Abbott, Veribest Liberos: Marissa Rohde, Fayetteville; Alley Keen, Fayetteville
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