For the second-consecutive year the Jacksonville Indian 7 on 7 football team has qualified for the state tournament in College Station (Veteran's Park and Athletic Complex).Action will get under way at 2 p.m. Friday, with the Tribe scheduled to play three pool games on the first day.Also included in Pool “N”, along with Jacksonville, will be Birdville, Cedar Park and Cypress Creek from the Houston area.The top two teams out of each of the 16 pools that comprises the Division I portion of the...
More and more seniors are flocking to Cherokee Ranch Golf Club on Tuesday's to participate in the weekly Senior Scramble, according to course official Jerry Black.“We set a record Tuesday,” Black proudly said. “We had 28 out for the Senior Scramble.
Dave Campbell's Texas Football magazine began hitting the newsstands late last week.Unfortunately for some of the local teams the news inside is not good, at least as it relates to the respective squads making the playoffs.Let's get the bad news out of the way first.Despite being a post season participant last season, the folks at Texas Football don't expect the Jacksonville Indians to be playing more than 10 games this fall.In fact, Texas Football is so sure of that fact that they have...
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