Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas


January 9, 2013

All-District Football Teams

District 16-4A

Greg Ward, John Tyler, Sr.

Offensive MVP: Pat Mahomes, Whitehouse, Jr.

Defensive MVP: Tyus Bowser, John Tyler, Sr.

Offensive Newcomer of the Year: Jake Parker, Whitehouse, Jr.

Co-Defensive Newcomers of the Year: Justin Dunning, Whitehouse, So; Darius Watson, Corsicana, So.

Coach of the Year: Ricklan Holmes, John Tyler

First Team Offense


Carter McCown, Jacksonville, So.

Running Backs

Dequante Woods, John Tyler, Sr.

Ronnie Devaurux, Corsicana, Sr.


Tyler Daniels, Lindale, Sr.

Tight End

Tiano McDonald, Corsicana, Jr.

Wide Receivers

Dylan Cantrell, Whitehouse, Sr.

D.D. Franklin, Jacksonville, Sr.

Fred Ross, John Tyler, Sr.

Darion Flowers, John Tyler, Sr.


Hunter Conn, Whitehouse, Sr.

Emmanuel Terrazas, John Tyler, Sr.


NcKenlee Smith, Whitehouse, Sr.

Cornelius Davis, John Tyler, Sr.


Chris Jones, Corsicana, Jr.


Profirio Benitez, John Tyler, Sr.

Luc Swimberghe, Lindale, Sr.

Destin Wilkins, Whitehouse, Sr.

First Team Defense

Defensive Tackles

Jerrett Hall, Corsicana, Sr.

Chris Mobley, John Tyler, Sr.

Defensive Ends

Kavante Jefferson, John Tyler, Sr.

D’Eriq Jordan, Corsicana, Sr.

Corey Roberrts, Jr.

Inside Linebackers

Richard Gipson, John Tyler, Sr.

Bryson Haywood, Jacksonville, Sr.

Outside Linebackers

Chris Reese, Whitehouse, Jr.

Ladarius Session, Jacksonville, Sr.


Darrell Minifee, Jacksonville, Sr.

Darion Flowers, John Tyler, Sr.


Colby Campbell, Whitehouse, Sr.

Elliot Hart, John Tyler, Sr.


Noe Diaz, John Tyler, Sr.

Luc Swimbergue, Lindale, Sr.

David Cruz, Corsicana, Sr.


Dequante Woods, John Tyler, Sr.

Second Team Offense


Cody Slice, Lindale, Sr.

Running Backs

Reggie Gipson, John Tyler, Jr.

Isaiah Burton, Whitehouse, Jr.

Ladarius Session, Jacksonville, Sr.


Hunter Easley, Corsicana, Jr.

Tight End

Corey Holman, Jacksonville, Sr.

Wide Receivers

Jacob Barnes, Noacogdoches, Jr.

Bobby Wallace, Corsicana, Sr.

Darrell Minifee, Jacksonville, Sr.

Justice Liggins, John Tyler, Sr.


Malik Gilder, Nacogdoches, Jr.

Travaughn Moore, John Tyler, Jr.


Jeffery Jordan, Corsicana, Sr.

Adrian Pulido, John Tyler, So.

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    She prayed about it. She lost sleep about it. And she prayed about it some more.
    That's just a glimpse of what Marqueshia Kelly went through before deciding to turn down a half dozen basketball scholarships and accept a scholarship to play volleyball at Paris Junior College.
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    Corsicana's tennis team finished its season with a  strong showing in the Class 4A Regional Tournament at UT-Arlington before falling to some powerhouse players from Dallas.

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  • Navarro Softball: Bulldogs sweep Bossier on Sophomore Day

         From a one-sided laugher to a hold-your-breath finish, Navarro’s softball team celebrated Sophomore Day on Saturday in front of its largest crowd of the season.
        The Bulldogs ripped Bossier 14-1 in a five-inning romp and then had to fight for their lives in the second game, finally winning 2-1 in the bottom of the seventh with a squeeze bunt that brought home Caitlin Moerbe, who ended the day with a dust-filled slide at the plate.

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  • GC Softball: Hubbard, Curtis shut out Axtell 3-0

       For Hubbard’s Olivia Curtis the magic number was 15 -- as in 15 wins and 15 strikeouts.
        But don’t stop counting now. There’s plenty left for Curtis and her Hubbard teammates who have made the most of their stretch run in the district race, and capped off a huge week with a 3-0 win over Axtell on Friday.

    April 11, 2014

  • GC Baseball/Softball: Roundup -- Kerens' Anderson pitches perfect game (ADDS Dawson baseball)

    Brett Anderson threw a five-inning perfect game Friday at home to lead Kerens over Neches 11-0 in a key district game that leaves the Bobcats in first place with a two-game lead.

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  • CHS Baseball: Tigers lose to Nacogdoches 4-1

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    Step by step, inch by inch …
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