The Center Roughriders football team has undoubtably faced their easiest two District 6 Class 4A opponents and have beaten, Spring Hill 56-10, two weeks ago, and defeated Tatum 42-7 last Friday. They are now 2-0 in conference play and boast a 6-1 overall record. Center hasn’t lost a game since Week 1 when they lost to Waskom at home by a 34-22 margin. The ‘Riders are currently on a six-game winning streak.
The Timpson JH Cross Country Team competed in New Summerfield on Wednesday and crushed the competition. The girls had their best performance of the year and came home as the District Champions! The Lady Bears finished with five runners in the top 10 with Erica Renick 10th, Ashton Harris 8th, Jaycee Campbell 3rd, Harlie Ware 2nd, and the individual District Champion was Sadie Ramsey 1st. Also on the JH XC team is Mckenzie Wynn and Alexis Miller.
d a lead over the West Sabine Tigers for most of the game here Friday night, only to see untimely penalties allow the Tigers to hand them a last minute 26-22 defeat. The Rams were penalized eight times for 80 yards, but the yellow flags seemed to fly at the least opportune times, particularly on the Tigers’ game-winning drive.
The Mount Enterprise Wildcats varsity football team suffered their second straight District 11 Class 2A loss last Friday when they fell, at home, to the Maud Cardinals by a 54-34 score. The Wildcats now fall to 0-2 in conference action and are 3-4 overall for the season.
Cade Prince put Maud up 7-0 early with a 16-yard touchdown just 18 seconds into the game.
Due to the possibility of severe thunderstorms, the Center sub-varsity football games have been cancelled and the varsity Roughriders will play on Thursday, October 22 at Atlanta High School starting at 7 p.m.