Liberty Christian Baseball Starting Over with New, Talented Faces…Again

by Steve Gamel It seems as if lately the story surrounding Liberty Christian’s baseball team is the same every season: more than a handful of starters are lost to graduation, and a new crop of talent is forced to step

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Argyle Eagles Baseball for Dominant Season

by Steve Gamel Argyle baseball coach Ricky Griffin recently joked that he should just get out of his players’ way. He’s obviously not going to do that, but it’s clear the longtime Eagles’ skipper might not have to do much

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NATIONAL SIGNING DAY

2017 ARGYLE HIGH SCHOOL & LIBERTY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL by Steve Gamel Another national signing day is in the books for both Argyle and Liberty Christian High School, and once again a slew of prospects in multiple sports are moving on

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Eagles Rule All-District Team

by Steve Gamel Argyle quarterback Dane Ledford was named the MVP of District 4-4A (Division I), capping a standout season in which he led the Eagles to the third round of the playoffs. Ledford, a senior who is committed to

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Argyle Signing Day 2016

by Steve Gamel There are two major college signing days each year, one in November and the other in February. In each case, Argyle High School never fails to produce a large number of quality athletes who end up signing

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Liberty Christian Girls Basketball: A New Beginning

by Steve Gamel Liberty Christian girls basketball coach Ken Burroughs has had to retool his roster plenty of times over the years. And while Burroughs will never admit it, it’s safe to say he made it look easy. Five state

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Volleyball: Argyle Falls Short in Bid to Defend State Title

by Steve Gamel For the last few years, Argyle’s volleyball team was widely regarded as one of the more dominant programs in the state. So it seemed winning another state title in 2016 was a given. But you can’t win

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New Pitch Counts Going into Effect this Year

by Steve Gamel The University Interscholastic League, upon a recommendation from its medical advisory committee, has adopted pitch count limits for all high school baseball players. The rule is effective immediately. According to a UIL press release, the rule demands

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Let’s Not Be So Quick to Judge on Concussion Protocols

by Steve Gamel I wrote an investigative article recently for the Denton Record-Chronicle on a high school right here in Argyle that is using head impact sensor technology in football helmets to help curb the threat of concussions. This school

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Eliminate the kickoff? Sure

by Steve Gamel I read an article recently from a buddy of mine at the Dallas Morning News. It broached the topic of the kickoff, and if it still should be part of the game of football – or be

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