Sports

Sat
25
Mar

Panther JV baseball at Lone Oak tourney

The Quinlan Ford Panther junior varsity baseball team played in the Lone Oak Tournament earlier this month before taking on a doubleheader at Crandall in district competition.

In game one at the Lone Oak games, the Panthers lost 2-22 to Melissa.

The score was tied at 1-1 in the first inning. Melissa scored 6 runs in the second to Quinlan’s 1 and added 15 more in the third.

The Panthers lost 3-13 to Sulphur Springs in the second game.

Fri
24
Mar

Lady Panthers soccer wins in overtime on Senior Night

Quinlan Ford’s one senior, Alyssa Friedrichs, honored including 29 season goals

Senior Night was played out a special night for not only the Lady Panther soccer team but especially for senor Alysssa Friedrichs. Quinlan Ford only has one senior on its varsity team.

Coach Douglas Miller said, “A brief ceremony recognized her accomplishments, including her 29 goals scored this season, and how she is one of Ford High School’s dual credit students who will graduate in two months with a high school diploma and an Associate’s degree from Paris Junior College.”

Coach Miller said the game itself was another well-played, hard-fought battle against the Kaufman High School Lady Lions.

At the end of 80 regulation minutes, the score was tied 2- 2 with Quinlan’s first goal coming on a penalty kick taken by Friedrichs.

Mon
20
Mar

Lady Panthers JV win big over Tigers

Junior varsity Lady Panthers sophomore Lacy Baker is on the mound for Quinlan Ford in its 14-2 win over the Terrell Tigers.

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Sun
19
Mar

Alvarez safe in Lady Panthers’ win

Lady Panther senior Alyssa Alvarez beats the out at third base in Quinlan Ford’s 6-3 win over the Terrell Tigers.

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Tue
14
Mar

TMS Panthers 2nd at Alba Relays

The C.B. Thompson Middle School Panther seventh-grade and eighth-grade track teams placed second Monday night at the Alba Panther Relays out of the six participating schools, according to TMS Athletic Coordinator Colten Lovvorn.

Seventh grade field events

Long jump — no one placed.

Triple jump — 4th, Kaiden Ro​d​en, 29'4".

High jump — 1st, Michael Fry, 4'6".

Shot put — 2nd, Keaton Capps, 32'3”.

Discus — no one placed.

Seventh grade running events

2400m — 2nd, Christan Boyette, 10:16; 3rd, Blake Holbrook, 10:31; and 5th, Leonel Pad​r​on, 11:52.

400m relay — 3rd, 53.62, Rowdy Rowan, Kaiden Roden, Cyrus Adair and Jerome Martin.

800m — 5th, Richard Schneider, 2:47.18.

110m hurdles — 1st, Mark Campbell, 19.94; and 2nd, Bryan Cole, 20.06.

100m — no one placed.

800m relay — 3rd, 1:54.94, Rowdy Rowan, Kaiden Roden, Cyrus Adair and Jerome Martin.

Mon
13
Mar

Lady Panther softball wins

Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers varsity softball wins over the Kaufman Lions 11-8.

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Sun
12
Mar

JV Panthers win, lose at Crandall

Quinlan loses two to Terrell by one run

The Quinlan Ford junior varsity Panther baseball team split wins Friday at the Crandall Tournament.

The Panthers won 8-0 over the Seagoville Dragons.

Quinlan took four turns around the bases for a first inning lead of 4-0, then scored a run in each of the next two innings and capped off scoring with two in the fifth, according to Coach Tim Rogers.

The Panthers lost to Crandall 4-0 earlier in the tournament.

The game was scoreless until the fourth inning when the Pirates broke loose with three runs and added a fourth in the fifth.

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Sat
11
Mar

Panthers in fifth place at Webb Hill golf tourney

The Quinlan Ford Panthers golf team took fifth place Monday at the Webb Hill Golf Tournament, according to Coach Jim Coker.

A total of 16 teams competed.

The Panthers had a team score of 381 for the placing, behind Leonard in first place with a score of 345; Van Alstyne, second, 351; Bland, third, 357; and Cooper, 369.

In sixth place was North Hopkins, 391; Celeste, seventh, 392; Wolfe City, eighth, 406; Commerce, ninth, 411; Tom Bean, 10th, 414; Blue Ridge, 11th, 429; Boles, 12th, 433; Honey Grove, 13th, 436; Chisum, 14th, 443; Caddo Mills, 15th, 471; and Wolfe City B, 484.

Panther David Welch scored in the tournament’s top 10 individuals with a score of 87.

Welch led the Quinlan team, followed by Chandler Dunman, 92; Cason Lane, 99; Logan Lindsey, 103; and Kolby McKenzie.

Medalist players were Sam Hughes, 97; and Hunter Wilson, 119.

The next golf tournament will be at Sulphur Springs Country Club on Monday, March 20.

Fri
10
Mar

Panther powerlifters head to Region

Quinlan Ford Panther powerlifters Garrett Davis and Carl Shehane will compete at the Boys High School Regional Powerlifting Meet to be held on Saturday at Malakoff High School, according to powerlifting Head Coach Gary Pamplin.

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Sun
05
Mar

Panthers picked for All District teams

Quinlan Ford Panther varsity basketball players were named to All District teams this week, according to Assistant Coach Matt Wingo.

The Panthers finished 16-17 and made the playoffs for the first time since 2010-11.

Named to the First Team All District were Ryan Korinek, leading scorer; and Preston House, leading rebounder.

On the Second Team All District are Chandler Featherston and Chase Baker.

Seniors that will graduate are Featherston, Baker, Colton Eaker and Dillon Norris.

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