Sports

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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Sat
15
Apr

Lady Panthers lose to Caddo Mills

Ariel Forsyth pitches for the Lady Panthers in an 8-3 loss March 28 to the Caddo Mills Foxes.

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Sun
09
Apr

Panthers 2nd in first round district golf

The Quinlan Ford varsity Panther golf team took second place last week in the District 12-4A Golf Tournament at Waterview Golf Course in Rowlett.

Coach Jim Coker’s Quinlan Ford team score was 415.

David Welch shot a 92 to lead the Panthers. Kolby McKenzie shot 100; Cason Lane, 104; Chandler Dunman, 119; and Logan Lindsey, 123.

The Panthers were second behind first-place Kaufman with a team score of 341.

In third place was Crandall, 424; Caddo Mills, fourth, 513; and Community, fifth, 513.

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Sat
08
Apr

Panthers all!

Young Quinlan Sports Association players joined Quinlan Ford Panther varsity players March 21 in running onto the field. Photographer Christina Seigler noted, “It was a fun experience for the kids. They loved it!”

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Fri
07
Apr

Panthers recognize teachers who impacted their lives

Quinlan Ford Panther baseball players recently recognized special teachers at Teacher Appreciation Night at the baseball fields. The players asked one of their teachers that had made an impact on their lives to come out to the field as they shared why the teacher meant so much to them. The teachers got to throw a pitch to the student baseball player, the ball was then signed by the student and given to the teacher.

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Mon
03
Apr

TMS track runs at Grand Saline meet

The C.B. Thompson Middle School girls track teams participated recently at the Grand Saline track meet.

The seventh-grade girls took fifth place with 20 points.

In the 100m dash, Brittaney Chreene, fifth; and Kaylyn Rainer, sixth;

200m dash — Chreene, sixth;

300m hurdles — Bridget Featherston, second;

4x100m relay  — Diana Aguillon, Featherston, Rainer and Natalie Stockton, fifth place; and

4x200m relay — Kaylyn Rainer, Marlie Gardner, Chreene and Aguillon, fifth.

The eighth-grade girls took fourth place with 61 points.

In the high jump competition, Madison Harrison took sixth place;

100m dash — Karla Garcia Cruz, sixth;

400m dash — Harrison, first;

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