Sports

Sun
21
May

McMillan hooks first place

Brannon McMillan took first place over the week in Lake Tawakoni Bass Club’s tournament at Lake Tawakoni. McMillan fished with son Clayton for the five-fish winning catch that weighed 29 pounds.

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Sat
20
May

Terry named to Sooner Athletic All Conference Team

Josh Terry was named last week to the Sooner Athletic All Conference Team. Terry was one of the top hitters in the conference with a .438 batting average, .521 slugging percentage and a .589 on-base percentage. Josh was the leadoff hitter for the SAGU Lions and played leftfield where his fielding percentage was .1000. He was a four-year starter for the Lions. Terry is the youngest son of new pastors at Quinlan First Assembly Ben and Beth Terry.

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Wed
03
May

Panthers playoff bound first time in 17 years

The Quinlan Ford Panthers varsity baseball team took a 6-2 win over Ferris and earned a trip to the playoffs for the first time in 17 years.

Mon
01
May

QISD martial arts competes at Daingerfield

The Quinlan Independent School District Panther Martial Arts students competed Saturday in the Daingerfield Karate Tournament.

Quinlan ISD took 17 students from first grade through high school to take part in the karate tournament, the third competition this year.

“The students from Quinlan ISD have been very competitive in each tournament they have competed in this school year,” said Tiffony Upchurch, Quinlan ISD Director of School Community Relations.

Quinlan students earned over 35 first-, second- or third-place medals from the Dangerfield tournament.

They competed in open hand forms, weapon forms, Chambarra and sparring events.

Sun
30
Apr

Assembly brings SAGU team for QSA baseball clinic

“What a great outreach it was at the First Annual Quinlan First Assembly Baseball Clinic. I think we counted 55 players in all participated in the clinic,” is how Quinlan First Assembly of God Pastor Ben Terry summed up the success of Saturday’s baseball clinic for Quinlan Sports Association players. Terry said, “The parents, kids, coaches from Quinlan and the Southwestern A-G University all had a wonderful time. Coach Blackmon said they were looking to coming back and doing the Free Baseball clinic again next year. A big thanks to Coach Blackmon and the SAGU baseball team for doing the clinic. We also want Quinlan Youth Baseball Association, the coaches, parents and players that all came out this past Sunday to make this a huge success.”

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Sun
23
Apr

SAGU coach, players coming for baseball clinic

Quinlan First Assembly of God will host a free baseball clinic Sunday afternoon, April 23, from 1 until 3. The head baseball coach at Southwestern Assembly of God University (SAGU), Coach Sam Blackmon, and some of his players will hold the clinic, according to Pastor Ben Terry. The clinic will be held at the Quinlan Sports Association baseball fields.

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Sat
22
Apr

Lady Panthers

Lady Panthers Alyssa Alvarez, Candice Linn and Jare' Andrews are very excited about the double play started by freshman Hailey Gore.

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Fri
21
Apr

Panthers close in on playoff berth

Fulbright leads team, district stats; fifth in state on batters struck out

District baseball is winding down and the Quinlan Ford Panthers are inching closer to their first playoff berth since 2000.

Assistant Coach Matt Wingo said the district matchup at Community at press time on Tuesday, April 18, was huge for playoff implications.

The Panthers are 8-12 in season play and 4-5 in District 12-4A. They had three remaining games in the district schedule — April 18 at Community, April 21 vs. Caddo Mills and April 25 at Kaufman with playoffs to be decided.

Dustin Fulbright leads the Panthers in many categories as well as holding a place among the leaders in the district.

Fulbright leads the district in slugging percentage (.628), runs (12), on base percentage (.600), and batters struck out (64), which also puts him as fifth best in the state for batters struck out in 4A to go along with a 1.97 ERA.

Mon
17
Apr

Lady Panthers win over Terrell

Reigan Kazmierczak is safe as she slides in at home April 4 in a 26-8 win over the Terrell Tigers.

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Sun
16
Apr

Lady Panthers win against Kaufman

Madison Smith slides home for the 10-0 win March 31 in a game against the Kaufman Lions.

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