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Commerce ISD

Charlie Alderman, Commerce ISD superintendent, says Commerce's new UIL 3-A, Division 1 football district for 2020-21 will include Pottsboro, Bonham, Howe and Rains from the previous district, and Mineola, Mount Vernon and Winnsboro, which have been aligned with Commerce in the past.  The basketball and volleyball districts are also seeing some changes.  The pre-desegregation Norris High

Below are all of the final scores that the crew of the Big Friday Night Scoreboard Program covered last night for you to enjoy!

 

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Tigers begin 2015 with new starters at QB, RB, WR

Aug 28, 2015
Commerce High School football kicks off its 40th season on KETR with a home game against North Lamar on Aug. 28.
Mark Haslett

High school football season begins tonight! The year kicks off at 6 p.m. with The Big Friday Night Scoreboard Program on KETR, with Commerce Tigers pregame coverage starting at 6:30 p.m. This evening, Commerce will host North Lamar at Memorial Stadium. Play-by-play action with John Mark Dempsey and Kevin Jefferies begins at 7 p.m.

With a preview of the 2015 Tigers, here’s KETR’s Mark Haslett.

Following an OT win against Quinlan last week, the Commerce Tigers beat the Bonham Warriors 49-21.

Also on the scoreboard,
Princeton beats Greenville 46-34
Whitehouse beat Sulphur Springs 56-35
Tom Bean beat Cooper 31-30

Texas High School Football Helmet Project

Rockwall's Heath High School was the lone school from the KETR listening area to appear in The Associated Press preseason Texas high school football poll.

Here is the poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, and points based on rankings. 

Class 6A

1. Allen (15)        231         

2. Katy (5)            208         

3. Cedar Hill (5)  204         

4. DeSoto            172         

5. Euless Trinity 119         

6. Southlake Carroll         105         

7. Denton Guyer              79           

Cisco ends Leonard's historic run

Dec 16, 2013
Laurie White King / Greenville Herald-Banner

The Cisco Loboes got 177 yards from Colton Kent on just 10 carries, and that proved to be enough to end the championship dreams of the Leonard Tigers, who lost to the Loboes 55-6 on Saturday in the Class 2A Division II state football semi-finals.

Cisco (15-0) will face Refugio in the state finals at AT&T Stadium on Thursday, and Leonard finishes the season with an 11-4 record after reaching the semi-finals for the first time.

“We had a great season and I am very proud of these young men,” Shane Fletcher, head coach of the Leonard Tigers, said Saturday.

Local All-District selections announced

Dec 12, 2013
Cindy Roller / Cindy Roller

After finishing 13-1 and Regional Champions in this year’s football season, the Cooper Bulldogs laid claim to many accolades in the All-District selections for District 8-2A, Division II.

Darmarcus Robison, a senior at Cooper ISD, was unanimously selected as District 8-2A, Division II’s Most Valuable Player for this year’s gridiron season. Robinson finished his senior season with 2,211 rushing yards (averaging 13.3 yards per carry), 31 (29 rushing) touchdowns and five two-point conversions.

Bulldogs, Tigers advance to regionals

Nov 25, 2013
Texas High School Helmet Project

The Cooper Bulldogs look to continue their undefeated season and the Leonard Tigers have a rivalry rematch as two teams from the KETR listening area continue in high school football playoff action this weekend.

Cooper (12-0) will travel to Royse City for a game against Scurry-Rosser (12-0) Friday.

Leonard (9-3) will  face S & S Consolidated (12-0) in Allen Saturday.

Cooper and Leonard would face each other in the quarterfinals on Dec. 6 if they each advance past their respective regional matchups.

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The Cooper Bulldogs have high hopes, the Rockwall Yellowjackets have a ticket to the historic Cotton Bowl and the Sulphur Springs Wildcats face a tough test as 11 teams from the KETR listening area continue in high school football playoff action this weekend.

Cooper (11-0) will travel to Denton for a game against Henrietta (7-4) on Friday.

The only other undefeated team from KETR country is a six-man school: Ladonia Fannindel (11-0), which will face Aquilla (6-5) Friday in Trinidad.

Canton's Eiland earns 3A Player of the Week

Oct 30, 2013
Christopher R. Vinn / ETSN.fm

A local quarterback has bee named the 2013 Built Ford Tough Texas High School Football Player of the Week Award for Week 8 for Class 3A Football.

Chandler Eiland, junior quarterback for the Canton Eagles, earned the honor after an impressive performance in Canton’s 49-35 victory over the Mineola Yellowjackets. Eiland completed 17 of his 23 pass attempts for 440 yards and four touchdowns. He also stung the Yellow Jackets on the ground, rushing 13 times for 75 yards and another three scores.

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After an early-season stumble, Sulphur Springs has shifted into high gear just in time for the District 14-4A schedule. The Wildcats rolled over Mount Pleasant 63-28 at Gerald Prim Stadium in Sulphur Springs on Oct. 11 in the district opener for both teams.

“Offensively, they had all they could handle with (running back) Willy (Ivery),” Sulphur Springs coach Greg Owens said. “Willy and (quarterback) Larry (Pryor) did a fantastic job. I thought we controlled the front with the O-line, so they did a super job with all that,” Owens said.

Cindy Roller / KETR/Cooper Review

The Cooper High School team won't be able to sneak up on unsuspecting opponents this year.

Nationally recognized Memorial Stadium in Commerce was the location for Friday's match between the Commerce Tigers and the Cooper Bulldogs. Hear highlights from that match, and catch up on score results from around the region.

‘Local Heroes Night’ planned for pregame

Sep 4, 2013
Cindy Roller / KETR/Cooper Review

Local firefighters, police officers and military personnel will be honored at the Cooper-Commerce high school football game in Commerce. 

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It wasn’t just an explosive display from the Tyler Lee offense that led the Red Raiders to a surprising 55-20 victory at Sulphur Springs. 

Six-Man High Schools: 2013 football preview

Aug 30, 2013
Texas High School Helmet Project / http://www.txhshelmetproject.com

These four schools start their football season tonight.

Private Schools: 2013 football preview

Aug 30, 2013
Texas High School Helmet Project / http://www.txhshelmetproject.com

These private schools start their football season tonight.

Terrell Tigers: 2013 football preview

Aug 30, 2013
Texas High School Helmet Project / http://www.txhshelmetproject.com

Though the Terrell Tigers have been in a rebuilding phase recently and even had a 0-10 season last year, the fan support has never wavered. 

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Anna High School football fans hope that six returning starters on offense and eight returners on defense can help the Coyotes break into the upper echelon of District 12-3A.

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Melissa High School, just two years removed from winning the Class 2A Division 1 state championship, fared well in 3A last season with a district championship and a 9-3 finish.

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It’s not that Community High School’s football team is a bad one. It’s just that they play in one of the tougher 3A districts in Texas.

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Last year was a very good one for Princeton High football, and there’s plenty of reason to expect similar success in 2013.

Royse City Bulldogs: 2013 football preview

Aug 28, 2013
Texas High School Helmet Project / http://www.txhshelmetproject.com

Coach David Petroff and the Royse City Bulldogs are coming off a one-win season in 2012, and hope to get a fresh start for a program that has won three games in four years.

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Bonham High School enters the 2012 football season with veteran leadership, but roster depth could be an issue for the Purple Warriors.

North Lamar Panthers: 2013 football preview

Aug 27, 2013
Texas High School Helmet Project / http://www.txhshelmetproject.com/

Though the North Lamar Panthers had a tough 2012, Tommy Felty’s team did make it back to the playoffs after missing the postseason in 2011.

Paris Wildcats: 2013 football preview

Aug 27, 2013
Texas High School Helmet Project / http://www.txhshelmetproject.com

The Paris Wildcats enter 2013 as the reigning champs of District 13-3A and coach Steven Hohenberger is confident they can accomplish even more this season.

Wills Point Tigers: 2013 football preview

Aug 26, 2013
Texas High School Helmet Project / http://www.txhshelmetproject.com/

With the district newcomer of the year, the defensive MVP of the district and the top three offensive stats leaders in the district returning for 2013, Wills Point is confident it can improve upon a 5-6 finish last season.

Quinlan Ford: 2013 football preview

Aug 26, 2013
Texas High School Helmet Project / http://www.txhshelmetproject.com/

Though the Ford Panthers had an 8-4 record last season and won a playoff game, this season could be much more difficult, as coach Todd Wallace has lost 19 seniors.

Emory Rains Wildcats: 2013 football preview

Aug 26, 2013
Texas High School Helmet Project / http://www.txhshelmetproject.com/

Things can only improve for Rains High School and head football coach Derek Smith as the Wildcats try to rebound from a 1-19 record over the past two years.

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