Not Verified - Gage Windsor, Midlothian HS - Commit to Texas A&M Commerce
Not Verified - Anthony Hayes, Allen HS - Commit to Texas A&M Commerce
Not Verified - Tyrone Melton, Sachse HS - Commit to Tarleton Sate
Not Verified - Sam Kelley, RB Round Rock Stony Point - commit to Abilene Christian
Not Verified - Jordan Scelfo, QB Salpointe - Commit to Incarnate Word (Football and Baseball)
Not Verified - Tanner Jackson, WR Elgin HS - Commit to Southeastern Oklahoma
Not Verified - Ethan Ladymon - DE, Clement HS - Commit to East Central
Chris DiClemente, LB Katy Seven Lakes HS - commit to Angelo State
Jeffrey Williams, LB Katy Cinco Ranch HS - commit to Angelo State, will play DE for the Rams
Connor Keeton, OL Corpus Christi Carrol HS - commit to Abilene Christian
Musa Mahmud, Ath Houston Jones HS - commit to Abilene Christian
Marquis Cardinal, RB Klein Collins - commit to Texas A&M-Kingsville
City loses LSC hoops tourney to Allen - Nick Gholson, Times Record News
Kay Yeager Coliseum has a brand spanking new basketball court. But nobody wants to use it. The Harlem Globetrotters played on it just last week. Then the new floor, which cost the city right at $100,000, was folded up and put away. It may not be used again until the Globetrotters come back next year.
"We have talked to Midwestern about possibly having a four-team tournament. I have also had some high schools express interest in a similar kind of tournament. And I have been trying to get an NBA exhibition game ever since I got here," MPEC Executive Director Bob Sullivan told me.
Sullivan is looking at all these alternatives after he was told that Wichita Falls had lost another bid to host the Lone Star Conference Basketball Tournament. The LSC is planning to announce that the tournament will move to Allen for the next three years after its four-year deal with Bartlesville, Okla., ends this year. The good thing about Allen is it's just 150 miles from Wichita Falls, Not only is that 140 miles closer than Bartlesville, you also save a booty full of money in tolls.
The bad thing about Allen is it's not Wichita Falls.
Allen, Wichita Falls and Amarillo were the towns that bid for the tournament. I have been told that Amarillo was a distant third in the competition.
ASU BASKETBALL: Rams succeeding despite adversity - Nathan Wright, San Angelo Standard Times
That is the one common word used by Angelo State men's basketball players and head coach Fred Rike when describing the 2010-11 season so far.
The season has seen its share of it. From beginning the season with injured players on the bench and one player since making a recovery from knee surgery that kept him from playing last season to the suspension of a returning All-American to the loss of one of the Lone Star Conference's leading scorers and the leading rebounder, the Rams have been through their share of adversity.
But through it all, the Rams have persevered. They are 8-10 overall, but 4-2 in the LSC South Division with upset victories over defending LSC champion Midwestern State and No. 13 Incarnate Word just two nights ago.
Mustangs roll over West Texas A&M, 69-54 - Nick Gholson, Times Record News
ASU BASKETBALL: ASU men upset Incarnate Word - Nathan Wright, San Angelo Standard Times
Texas A&M-Kingsville men, women fall to conference foes - Corpus Christi Caller Times
Hounds Tie Three-Point Record in Win over Abilene Christian - ENMU Sports
Bronchos Stroll Past ECU - UCO Sports
LIONS LOSE TO AGGIES ON THE ROAD 80-51 - TAMC Sports
Men Race Past Southeastern, 71-52 - SWO Sports
Lankford sparks ACU women to third straight basketball victory - Joey Richards, Abilene Reporter News
Carver's 24 end MSU women's losing streaks - J. Scott Russell, Times Record News
Smiling faces - Nathan Wright, San Angelo Standard Times
Davis Dials Long Distance - UCO Sports
Stewart Posts 21 As Aggies Tame Lions, 77-58 - TAMC Sports
Pioneers lose on the road to #7 Northeastern State - TWU Sports
Women Lose to Southeastern, 93-83 - SWO Sports
ACU sets sights on another LSC baseball title - Abilene Reporter News
ACU softball team begins anew after forgettable 2010 - Abilene Reporter News