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Local Sports: Palestine YMCA hosts volleyball camp
Volleyball can be a tough sport to play, but with the help of the local YMCA, kids can learn the fundamentals of the game.
H.S. Sports: Elkhart has new volleyball, boys basketball coaches
New hirings are taking place across the Dogwood Circle this summer, with Elkhart Independent School District adding a new volleyball coach and a boys' basketball coach to its coaching lineup for 2014-15.
After six years at Eustace and last season at Latexo, Chad Martinez is taking over the Elkhart boys’ basketball program — seeking an exciting season coming up.
H.S. Softball: Elkhart's Courtney Lindsey earns All-Star MVP
Courtney Lindsey finished off her Elkhart softball career in glowing fashion as she took part in the Texas Girls Coaches Association All-Star game on Friday.
H.S. Sports: Breedlove takes over as new Elkhart girls basketball coach
Emily Breedlove, the new girls basketball coach at Elkhart, is returning to the small-town life.
One of Elkhart’s newest coaches comes back to an Elkhart school that features several teams that have recently made it to the playoffs.
Local Sports: Camp Shaw Junior slated for July 18, 19
Gregory Shaw is back after his recent success with Camp Shaw, a football camp for high schoolers.
On July 18-19, Shaw will host Camp Shaw Junior for kids ages 5 to 12 at Calhoun Park.
AP: LeBron writes column regarding return to Cleveland
LeBron James is heading home. Want to read his column he wrote via Sports Illustrated? Check it out below!
H.S. Baseball: Neches, Grapeland hire new coaches
When the 2014-15 baseball season starts, Grapeland and Neches will each have a new coach ready for a new opportunity.
For Neches, the Tigers are losing coach Jacob Magee who is moving to Grapeland to coach its baseball team, assist with football and possibly coach some junior high basketball.
At The Buzzer: Reaction to Dave Campbell's HS Football Preview Part One
Every year, Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine comes out, previewing and predicting the high schools and colleges of Texas and where they will finish in football that year.
This year, in a two-part column entry, I will give you my reactions of the magazine’s preview and my own predictions for the upcoming season.
Part one will focus on Palestine, Westwood and Elkhart.
Palestine Piranhas swim team continue wins at second Nacogdoches meet
The Palestine YMCA Piranhas were back in Nacogdoches Saturday, June 28 for the second of their East Texas Summer Swim League (ETSSL) “regular swimming meets.”
Fun to spare: Palestine Bowling Center offers indoor alternative to summer activities
Tracing its origins to Ancient Egypt and the Roman Empire, the game of bowling has evolved over the years to a sport with both local and professional appeal, with a set of standardized rules established in 1895.
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