Lowe, DeJesus are all-state

The Diboll Lumberjacks had a great run through the 2013 baseball playoffs, falling just one win short of a trip to the state tournament. Two reasons for that success were recognized recently by being named to the Collin Street Bakery/Texas Sports Writer’s Assoc. Class 3A All-State baseball team. Graduating senior Jay Lowe earned the honor … Read more


Lady Jacks avenge tourney loss

The Diboll Lady Jacks took revenge against Woodville on Tuesday, defeating the only team they lost to in last weekend’s Woodville Tournament. Diboll (7-2), playing on its home court, defeated Woodville (3-5) in four games – 25-16, 25-22, 21-25, 25-18. The Lady Jacks never trailed until until Game 4, Woodville’s only win. Several errors and … Read more

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DHS Cheer attends SFA Cheer Camp

DHS varsity cheerleaders are attending cheerleading camp at SFA this week. Those attending are front row left to right; Alexis Rios, Abbie Kettering, Jayden Springs; Second row; Meghan Wagner, Amanda Faircloth, Jordan Eldridge, Mikayla Sudduth; Third; Mikayla Tolly, Presley Havard, Katy Dubose; Last: Aubrie Arellano, Esmeralda Tamez and Chaney Wyatt-Chittum, sponsor

East Texas Elite heads to SA

The East Texas Elite ( ETE) Girls Basketball recently won two basketball tournaments winning the Primetime Sports Summer Hoops Tournaments in Dallas and Houston. The teams next tournament is the All American Sports Nationals in San Antonio Texas July 11-14. Team members are Kristen James (Goodrich), Kameri Mott, Kyla Cunningham, Miracle Haywood, Shayla Hubbard and … Read more

On to Texas College

Diboll’s Christen Simmons, seated, left, signs a letter of intent to play basketball at Texas College. Simmons, a four-year starter for the Ladyjacks, earned All-District honors each season. Pictured with her, sitting, is her mother, Felicia Simmons; and back, from left, are her father, Craig Simmons; Diboll head basketball coach Laura Jones; and mentor, Eric … Read more

The Diboll Lumberjacks were happy, but focused on the task ahead in this group photo taken after their Game 1 win.

Lumberjacks fall short of goal

HOUSTON — So, so close. The Diboll Lumberjacks fell just short of their state-tournament bid, dropping two games to the Silsbee Tigers on Saturday afternoon, June 1, at Reckling Park on the Rice University campus. The Lumberjacks took the lead in the best-of-three Region III Class-3A series with a 5-3 victory Thursday night, May 30, … Read more