Elizabeth Reneau Wins Another State Title

by Steve Gamel Winning state championships is becoming old hat for Liberty Christian’s Elizabeth Reneau. Believe it or not, the standout senior nabbed her 11th individual state title at the TAPPS 6A cross country meet in Waco on Oct. 30.

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Signing Day

Many high school athletes sign a letter of intent to commit to play their sport in college. In high school, there are two major signing days each year, one in November and the other in February. Argyle High School and

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Twenty Questions with Argyle Football Coach Todd Rogers

by Steve Gamel In his 15 years as Argyle’s football coach, Todd Rodgers has transformed the Eagles into one of the top teams in its classification, including a state title win in 2013 – one of four trips to the

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What’s All the Fuss About With Split Divisions in Class 5A?

by Steve Gamel If you’ve been paying attention to high school football storylines, you may have heard about the University Interscholastic League’s plans to move forward with a split division format before the start of next season. Under this format,

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Volleyball: New Coach, New Leaders Give Argyle a Different Look in 2017

New Argyle girls volleyball coach Megan DeGroot was asked recently if she had seen the latest preseason polls, which apparently had the Lady Eagles ranked pretty high in Class 4A. DeGroot hadn’t seen them – nor did she want to.

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Season Preview: Eagles an Easy Pick to Win State

Argyle has been a state power for so long now that it’s difficult to imagine a season where the Eagles are not competing for a state title. After all, Argyle didn’t just raise the bar – in many ways, it

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Eagles and Warriors Well Represented on Baseball/Softball All-District Teams

The annual all-district awards were released early last month for the 2017 high school baseball and softball season, and several players from Argyle and Liberty Christian earned high praise. In baseball, Argyle senior pitcher Connor Mushinski was named the most

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Hilltop Students Going To Archery World Tournament

By Susan Neuhalfen Thanks to Coach Joan Wittmis, Argyle Archery has become a household name. The physical education teacher at Hilltop Elementary has coached Argyle students from Kindergarten through 8th grade that are now competing at state, national and now

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Liberty’s Elizabeth Reneau Keeps on Winning . . . and Winning

By Steve Gamel When Liberty Christian junior Elizabeth Reneau qualified for the Nike Nationals at the end of 2016, many people had every reason to coin the opportunity as the perfect end to a perfect season. But Reneau still had

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Volleyball- Argyle’s Oberle Leaves To Be New Coach At Decatur

By Steve Gamel Clark Oberle has not only become synonymous with Argyle Lady Eagle volleyball over the last 18 years, but in that time he’s created a program that is now among the upper echelon Class 4A programs in the

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