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The Quitman varsity basketball programs dropped last Friday’s games against high-powered Edgewood squads. The Quitman girls fell in defeat 58-14 while the boys lost 91-35. more
Quitman High School power lifters participated in the North Mesquite Invitational Power Lifting Meet on Jan. 9. Brooklyn Marcee and Langdon Bautista won Top Lightweight Lifter. The girls team took third place. more
Shaw Franklin hit two free throws in the closing seconds of overtime to give the Mineola Yellowjackets a 49-48 win over Edgewood on Friday at the Mineola gymnasium. For pure entertainment value, it doesn’t get much better than a well-competed high school basketball game. Those who were at the Mineola gymnasium Friday know this is a fact. The Yellowjackets fought an excellent Edgewood squad tooth and nail all night, and walked off with an overtime victory. more
Two equally focused and seasoned basketball teams met in Mineola on Friday night to determine the top spot in 3A District 12. The Edgewood Lady Bulldogs topped the Lady Jackets in a classic battle, 49–42. more
The Quitman Bulldogs stayed in the hunt for a playoff spot with a solid 65-34 win over Lone Oak on Jan. 15 and moved to 3-3 in the district race, leaving them tied with Alba-Golden for a possible … more
FIRST PLACE:  WITH A SCORE OF 60-11, Kent Mullins, Howard Hanks, Larry Jackson, Ron Wilkerson SECOND PLACE: WITH A SCORE OF 62-9, Robert Linker, Robert Carlson, Jerry Heard, Curtis … more
Mineola High School Soccer district play kicks off Tuesday Jan. 29 at Meredith Memorial Stadium. more
Alba-Golden High School varsity basketball teams scored important victories last Friday night against the visiting Rains Wildcats. The Panthers dispatched their opponents 56–41, while the Lady Panthers generated a huge fourth-quarter comeback to overcome the Lady Wildcats 49–44. more
The Quitman Lady Bulldogs fell to Lone Oak 72-30 in a district game on Jan. 15. Maddy Whitehurst led the Lady Bulldogs with 14 points. more
“These kids are fighters … they don’t quit!” exclaimed Mineola Head Basketball Coach Ryan Steadman when asked to describe his team. He went on to explain how that mentality of competitiveness exists throughout Mineola athletics, making coaching at the school a true joy. “Coaching basketball is my passion,” he stated, “and here in Mineola we have kids who have really bought into basketball.” Fall, spring and summer basketball programs now allow organized, privately-coached basketball to be played year round. “We benefit from that competition,” Steadman added. more
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