Daingerfield Boys 7th Grade Basketball

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DJHS Boys Sweep Pewitt Tonight

In tonight’s boys junior high basketball action, the 7th grade Tigers defeated Pewitt by a score of 41-16.  In the 8th grade game, the Tigers won by a score of 43-27. Enjoy the Christmas break and see you on January 11 as the DJHS boys travel to Redwater.

Last Nights Middle School Basketball Results

Girls 7th Grade B Hughes Springs 7B         0     0     0 Daingerfield 7 White     4     5     9 Alexis Williams  2 pts., Marisol Bernon 2 pts., Deasia Williams 1 pt., Terry Gholston 4 pts. Girls 7th Grade A Hughes Springs 7A     6     2     8     10     26 Daingerfield 7 Blue    2     2     4      0       8 Kylah Haley 6

7th Grade Boys Take 3rd Place Tourney Win

Our 7th Grade Tigers came out with 3rd place in the Gladewater Tourney with a nailbiter win over Diana 33 – 32! The 7th graders are coached by Cedric Standard. Way to go guys! #GOTigerBasketball Photo courtesy of Skye Vetter Hayes

Tiger Roundballer Mikal Reeves Named Wendy’s Heisman Winner

Senior Tiger basketball player Mikal Reeves was recently named the Wendy’s High School Heisman winner for Daingerfield High School. Wendy’s has honored more than 600,000 of the nation’s most esteemed high school seniors who share Wendy’s values of giving back to their communities, treating people with respect, continuing education and excelling on the athletic field. Mikal

Daingerfield’s Mikal Reeves Named District 14-3A Basketball MVP

Daingerfield junior Mikal Reeves was tabbed District 14-AAA basketball’s Most Valuable Player as voted on by the district coaches. Reeves was a key spoke in the Tigers winning a second consecutive district title and making an appearance in the Quarterfinals Round of the Texas UIL basketball playoffs. Tiger junior Tim Broner shared Newcomer Of the Year

Game Recap: Tigers vs Chapel Hill

MT. PLEASANT – Chapel Hill trailed for just a brief moment in tonight’s Region II-AAA Regional Quarterfinals game at Willie Williams Gymnasium in Mt. Pleasant and went on to win by a score of 59-41 ending the Tigers march to a return to the Regional Semifinals this weekend in Rockwall. Led by junior Zachary Shipp,