The Real Boys of Fall

The Real Boys of Fall: Lantana’s Fantasy Football League by Steve Gamel When Chris Byrne created a fantasy football league in Lantana aptly called, The League, he was more than willing to take the reins as the league’s commissioner. After

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Former Liberty Christian Quarterback Lands NFL Job

by Steve Gamel Six years ago, Bailee Brown was folding towels as an intern for the Arizona Cardinals. Now, he’s a scout for the Houston Texans and inching closer to his dream job of one day being a general manager

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Early Commitments: Schneider & Mahon

Early Commitments: Schneider & Mahon Choose Where They Want to Play in College by Steve Gamel The 2018-19 school year hadn’t even got underway yet, and Guyer’s stellar athletics program was already busy celebrating two early college commitments. Junior outside

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Lady Wildcats: Ready For More

by Steve Gamel The Guyer volleyball team is used to being in a tough district. It doesn’t matter who they are lined up with; each week is guaranteed to be a dogfight. And not much will change this season as

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Argyle Sets New Record

by Steve Gamel At this point, maybe the University Interscholastic League should consider renaming its annual Lone Star Cup award for Class 4A in honor of Argyle High School. For the ninth year overall, and a record-breaking seventh year in a

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Guyer Wildcats Football Preview

by Steve Gamel The 2018 high school football season starts next week. As you prepare to follow your favorite team through the regular season and, hopefully, the playoffs, we want to get everyone clued in on what all the football

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Flower Mound Lacrosse

by Steve Gamel Scout McLain is only a fifth-grader, but she’s already a lacrosse veteran and one of hundreds of kids in the Flower Mound Lacrosse Association who, by the time they reach high school, will have been playing competitively

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Guyer’s Isabella Washka Excited to Continue Budding Golf Career

by Steve Gamel When Isabella Washka first picked up a set of golf clubs at nine years old, she was expected to struggle just like any other young golfer trying to learn the sport. But she also seemed to be

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Liberty Christian Wins TAPPS

by Steve Gamel Historically, the Liberty Christian baseball program has had its fair share of problems with Houston-area teams. But in a matter of one playoff run, the Warriors managed to exercise those demons – and then some. Liberty Christian

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Guyer Spring Sports Wrap Up

by Steve Gamel Another great school year has come and gone. The Guyer Wildcats athletic program as a whole cobbled together an impressive athletic performance during that time, from the football and volleyball teams kicking things off in the fall

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