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It was a Pink Out night to remember at Kilgore High School volleyball on Tuesday – just as much for the win as for the pink attire. Kilgore is attempting to make the UIL Class 4A playoffs for … more
LIBERTY CITY – In a wet, rainy night, the fourth-ranked West Rusk Raiders traveled to Liberty City to take on a team of upstart Sabine Cardinals. The rain continued to fall throughout – and so … more
The journey back to the UIL Class 4A playoffs just got a little more difficult for the Kilgore Bulldogs. Kilgore hosted eight-decades-old rival Henderson on Friday night, here at R.E. St. John … more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Steady Steve Torrence extended his playoff winning streak to 16 consecutive rounds Sunday and took another step toward an historic Mello Yello Championship by driving his Capco … more
TENNIS Kilgore in playoff tomorrow Kilgore High School’s tennis team, which had a bye in the first round of the University Interscholastic League’s Class 4A playoffs, will be in action in … more
Kilgore High School’s cross-country teams did well in last week’s District 16-4A meet in Gilmer, well enough to advance to the regional round in Grand Prairie next Monday, Oct. 22. But the … more
You might say Sabine High School’s cross-country teams did pretty well at the District 16-3A meet on Wednesday at LeTourneau University. You’d be right. The Sabine boys CC squad is a … more
The Kilgore High School Hi-Steppers’ clay shoot fundraiser – in its 20th year – will be Saturday, Oct. 20, at Prairie Creek Sporting Clays, an 8 a.m. start. The entry fee per team is $300; … more
By MITCH LUCAS sports@kilgorenewsherald.com The tennis Bulldogs from Kilgore High School soundly defeated Henderson on Thursday, clinching second place in District 15-4A’s team tennis … more
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