Carthage handed first loss

Diboll (0-5) Last week: Madisonville 41, Diboll 12. This week: at Tatum (4-0) This week, Diboll will be tested by a Tatum team that has allowed a total of 13 points through four games this season. The Eagles are coming off their second shutout of the year, a 17-0 victory over Diboll’s district rival Center. … Read more

Lumberjack youth make impact

The Diboll defense played a solid first half, and the Diboll offensive youth movement showed signs of life in the second half, but Madisonville put together four quarters of solid play on both sides of the ball to hand the Lumberjacks their fifth straight loss to start the 2013 season, this one 41-12 Friday night … Read more

Lopez leads Diboll to 4th

The Diboll Lumberjacks cross country team finished fourth in Saturday’s Stephen F. Austin Lumberjack invitational. District rival Hudson won the event with 58 points with runners finishing 4th, 10th, 11th, 16th and 17th. East Bernard finished second with 73 points, led by champion Wyatt Kieler, who finished the 3.1-mile course in 16 minutes, 27.8 seconds. … Read more

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Dazzlers dazzling crowd in new outfits

  Dazzlers dazzling crowd in new outfits   The Diboll Dazzlers perform in their new uniforms during halftime of the Lumberjacks’ loss to the Corrigan-Camden Bulldogs on Friday, Sept. 6.   The Lumberjacks travel to take on Bullard on Friday, Sept. 13.           Photo by Richard Nelson

Sports Briefs 9-12-13

Jacks o’ Week Lumberjacks of the Week honored by the JackBackers are Raive Sheppard on offense and Clayton Bullock and AJ Moorland on defense. Shonna Clay was Lady Jack of the Week for the volleyball team. District football Carthage 2-0 0-0 Jasper 1-1 0-0 Huntington 1-1 0-0 Diboll 0-2 0-0 Center 0-2 0-0 Corrigan-Camden 28, … Read more

Young Lady Jacks improving as district approaches

RICHARD NELSON The Diboll Lady Jacks traveled to Onalaska on Tuesday, Sept. 10, for a non-districtvarsity volleyball matchup. The match was a back-and-forth, edge-of-your -seat affair that went Onalaska’s way in five games, 13-25, 25-20, 16-25, 25-22, 12-15. “The crowd at Onalaska was hostile and very, very loud, but we kept our composure very … Read more