The Chapel Hill Red Devils and Lady Devils picked up district wins this past Tuesday at Winona High School. The Lady Devils won by forfeit as Winona was unable to field a team. The Red Devils, however, had to play for their win and finished very successfully.
We went into today’s game lacking focus and it cost us. Before the game, we worked hard on several key areas, but we were unable to apply those skills consistently for 4 quarters. As a coach, I have to do a better job overall and as a team, we have to trust our game plan through the highs and lows of each game.
Monday, Dec. 28
CASA of Titus, Camp, and Morris Counties is pleased to welcome Ashley Dietz and Jennifer Tosh. Ashley and Jennifer took an oath before the Honorable Judge Loughmiller in Camp County on December 21, 2020. Ashley and Jennifer completed 30 hours of training and courtroom observation. Ashley and Jennifer are the newest CASA Volunteer who has accepted there the first case and advocating for children that are in the foster care system. CASA volunteers work for the best interest of the child/children making sure they have a safe, permanent home as quickly as possible. CASA volunteers are citizens in our community, just like you, that want to make a difference in a child/children’s lives while they are removed from their families and placed in foster care. If you want to make a difference in a child’s life contact Krystal Hosmer at 903-717-8940 or visit becomeacasa.org or www.casatcm.org COURTESY PHOTO
The Mount Pleasant Tigers faced their first tough stretch of games this past week facing off against two 6A schools along with local rival Pittsburg. The Tigers came out unscathed extending their 8-game win streak to start the season and moved up in the state rankings to #9 according to MaxPreps and #10 according to HoopInsider in Class 5A.