Bruceville-Eddy has hired Kyle Shoppach as its new athletic director and head football coach at the conclusion of a school board meeting on Thursday night.
For a bunch of guys who don’t consider themselves artists, the Reicher parents who volunteer their time every week during the football season have racked up quite a few awards for their grass-roots murals.
The walls of the gym at Vanguard College Preparatory School are draped, literally, with all manner of banners proclaiming the school’s history of athletic successes.
The McGregor Independent School District Board of Trustees voted unanimously Friday night to approve a voluntary separation agreement with Judd Thrash, the now former head football coach and athletics director. The agreement includes a more than $116,000 payment to Thrash in exchange for his resignation.
It was about 10 years ago when Ben Brittain had an epiphany while playing “Road to Glory” on his PlayStation 2. The game of college football was suddenly more than some virtual reality he could control on his television, but something he could do in his own life when he got older.
Don Hyde had every copy of the Tribune-Herald that had a story about his La Vega Pirates in it. Hyde challenged his players to finish writing their story, to not let anyone finish it for them.
History has been the driving factor for these Mart Panthers: And they made history Wednesday as they claimed back-to-back titles for the first time ever.