With seven regular season games still on the docket, the Jacksonville Indians will have to survive without the services of their leading tackler, Scooter Baker.Baker, a senior linebacker, was injured late in the Palestine game week before last, at which time he suffered a serious injury to his left ankle.Baker is scheduled for surgery on Wednesday to repair the damage and is lost for the remainder of the regular season at least, according to Jacksonville head football coach Wayne...
TJ Ratliffe, Dehavion Spencer and Jaeshun Bush have been cited for their outstanding play in Jacksonville'a 15-14 win over Hallsville Friday.Ratliffe collected the Offensive Player of the Week laud, Spencer was named as the Defensive Player of the Week, and Bush garnered Special Teams Player of the Week recognition.Ratliffe, a junior, was the Tribe's leading rusher (five carries for 55 yards and one touchdown).
Ka'Lessia Anderson piled up 10 kills and nine blocks, and Jacksonville won its second-consecutive match Friday afternoon at John Alexander Gymnasium where the Fightin' Maidens beat Union Grove, 3-1.UG captured the opening game, 26-24, but Jacksonville got stronger as the match went on.The Fightin' Maidens battled back to win three-consecutive sets by the scores of 25-14, 25-20 and 25-21 to earn the victory.Jacksonville will sport a 7-9 record and take a two-match winning streak into Tyler to...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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