Tag Archive: football

Mar 20 2012

KC to hold football skills camp

For youngsters with dreams of playing competitive football, the Kilgore College Rangers will host a football skills camp June 4-8. The camp, for ages 7-15, will be held on the Kilgore campus from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Run by the KC coaching staff, the camp is “non-contact” and participants will be taught the …

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Feb 14 2012

Head Football Coach named

With 27 years of coaching and teaching experience, Tyler ISD is excited to have Coach Darrell Piske join our team as the head football coach and athletic coordinator at Robert E. Lee High School. Coach Piske has a reputation of transforming teams with losing records into state title contenders. Coach Piske spent the past four …

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Jan 31 2012

Play it safe

The Super Bowl is America’s most popular national sporting event.  All across the country, millions of people gather to socialize and watch the big game. The U.S. Department of Transportation and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), with support from the National Football League (NFL) and Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management (TEAM) Coalition, have joined …

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Jan 19 2012

Did God win it for Tebow?

By Gary Hardaway After Denver’s spectacular overtime playoff win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, some fans may be wondering if God is actually fixing games for Tim Tebow, Denver’s quarterback, who very publically celebrates his faith in Jesus Christ. However, you’ll never hear Tebow himself claim that. In fact he constantly has to deny and correct …

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Nov 28 2011

Shocked and disappointed

Walmart’s sales are down because people are skimping on things like milk and food while Saks Fifth Avenue is selling lots of $1,000 handbags and $2,000 suits. By Donald Kaul In the spirit of the holiday season I have a gift for you: a freshly minted Herman Cain joke. Q: Mr. Cain, what about Libya? …

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Nov 16 2011

Pennsylvania’s shame

By Diane Dimond Imagine an 11 year old boy from an underprivileged family who gets help from a local charity called The Second Mile so he can spend time with members of the exalted Penn State University football team. This little boy is ushered onto campus and is introduced around by one of the team’s …

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Jun 15 2011

Interim coach announced

Tyler ISD is pleased to announce that Randy Huffstickler has accepted the role as the Interim Head Football Coach of the Robert E. Lee High School Red Raiders.  Huffstickler has been the Defensive Coordinator of the team for the past 7 years and last year he also served as the Assistant Head Coach. According to …

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Mar 17 2011

Local gridders mix spring training with spring cleaning

Kilgore College’s football team is concentrating on more than merely next season.  The young athletes are making themselves available on set-aside dates this semester for yard-cleaning activities throughout East Texas. This “Kilgore Spring Clean” project will raise money for the college’s football program. Specific services will be mowing, edging, trimming hedges, raking leaves, clearing debris …

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