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      • Rock Star: Kingsbury leads Tech The life and career of a head football coach at any level is not usually associated with glamour. Even seasoned collegiate coaches that have become as much of an institution in their field as the universities that employee them, admittedly are highly stressed and addicted to maintaining success.

      • Tyler's Hunter hurts knee SANTA CLARA, Calif.— San Francisco 49ers running back Kendall Hunter's season is over before it began.

      • Whitehouse's Parker named All-Star game MVP SAN ANTONIO — For the second straight year a Whitehouse High School wide receiver put on a show in the Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star football game.

      • uil story (phil) SAN ANTONIO — The University Interscholastic League state football championships will be returning to Arlington for the 2014 season, Dr. Mark Cousins, UIL Director of Athletics, said Tuesday.

      • Bon Jovi interested in Bills Rocker Jon Bon Jovi is part of a Toronto group that has retained a banking firm and submitted paperwork expressing interest in buying the Buffalo Bills, three people who have reviewed documents regarding the sale process told The Associated Press on Friday.

      • State 7-on-7 Preview: John Tyler determined to achieve more John Tyler ran through the 7-on-7 state tournament gauntlet. The Lions survived boiling temperatures that seemed to rise as the day continued with each round. In the end, JT overcame San Antonio O’Connor 49-28 and win the championship.

      • Photo: New billboard in Tyler supporting Cleveland Browns

      • Texas Football magazine out Friday The 2014 reclassification and realignment created District 16-5A — arguably the best district in the new Class 5A.

      • Mt. Pleasant's Kopech named TSWA 4A player of year BRYAN — Mount Pleasant right-handed pitcher Michael Kopech is player of the year on the Texas Sports Writers Association/Collin Street Bakery Class 4A All-State Baseball Team.

      • West U defeats Rose Capital East for Senior title Defending state champion West University made it two in a row, beating Rose Capital East 7-4 in the championship game of the Senior League Texas East State Tournament on Tuesday at Faulkner Park.

      • Rose Capital East Seniors stay alive with 12-1 win Cole Craig’s effort on the mound and some timely hitting off the Rose Capital East bats kept their state playoff hopes alive with a dominating 12-1 win over Bridge City in Senior League Texas East State Tournament action on Monday night at Faulkner Park.

      • West U hands Rose Capital East 17-5 loss The first game of unbeaten teams in the Senior League State Tournament gave the fans in attendance a little bit of everything before West University took a 17-5 win over Rose Capital East on Sunday night in the second day of the Texas East State Tournament.

      • Cougars infielder Patrick headed to ETBU After four outstanding years for the Grace Community baseball team, recent graduate Austin Patrick will be continuing his career on the diamond in college.

      • Carlisle's Brightwell named TSWA first-team all state BRYAN — Douglass’ Matthew Wallace and Anson’s Matt Villanueva, a pair of pitchers who each were 13-1, shared player of the year honors on the Texas Sports Writers Association/Collin Street Bakery Class 1A All-State Baseball Team.

      • Seniors rally by Tidehaven The Rose Capital East All-Stars overcame a nine-run, fourth inning outbreak by Tidehaven to rally for an exciting12-9 win in opening round of action at the Texas East State Senior League Baseball Championships at Faulkner Park on Saturday.

      • Tyler East takes win in Majors Rose Capital East Majors won its first game of the Texas East State Tournament with a 3-2 victory over Bridge City on Saturday at Faulkner Park.

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