Normal Lake Level is 322.00 feet
above Mean Sea Level.
Current level for Cedar Creek Lake is:
na degrees - top
61 degrees - bottom
Mabank, Kemp golfers qualify for
regional tournament at District 13-3A meet
Monitor Photos/Mary Landrie
Kemp’s Katie Hibbs chips onto the green during the District 13-3A golf
tournament at the Creekview Golf Course in Crandall April 10.
remains perfect against ET Wolves, 18-14
Monitor Staff Reports
BROWNSBORO–The Texas Xtreme defeated the host East Texas Wolves 18-14
Saturday night to push the Xtreme record to 10-0 all-time against the
Due to 20 players being unavailable (including a number of starters),
plus a two-week layoff due to a postponed game and a bye week, the
Xtreme offense was simply flat.
Defensive coach Gary Craig was pleased with the overall performance of
With less than four minutes remaining in the game, the Xtreme held a
commanding 18-0 lead as the defense had yielded a total of 18 yards
before many reserves were inserted.
The Wolves quickly took advantage by scoring on a four-play, 40-yard
drive, followed by a two-play, 51-yard drive.
The Wolves offense gained 16 rushing yards on 21 carries and completed
5-of-17 passes for 102 yards, totaling 118 yards overall.
Defensive standouts were Terry Bonner with two sacks, Allen Beasley (one
sack), Billy Small (one sack), Jimmy Wade (one sack), Troy Harper (one
interception), Dontay Richardson (one interception), Terry Bonner (one
interception), and Jason Anding (four solo tackles).
Offensively, Coach Larry Anding was pleased with the Xtreme rushing
attack, which gained 147 yards on 25 carries. Xtreme quarterbacks
completed 10-of-15 passes for 182 yards.
Xtreme running back Brandon Thompson subbed in at quarterback,
completing a 35-yard scoring pass to Marvin Hopkins. Eric Wren scored
two rushing touchdowns and totaled 65 rushing yards on just six carries.
Brandon Lyons, playing his first game since the 2005 season, logged some
playing time on defense and added 35 rushing yards on four carries.
Offensive standouts also included James Melton, Willy Bristow, Marvin
Lyons, Jerry Martin, Eric Williams, and newcomers Mose Herron and Quvin
Owens, both playing their first semi-professional football game.
Two-way performer and kick return specialist Reggie Wilson was injured
in the second quarter, did not return and will be unavailable for next
Starting linebacker Lontario Osborne, who also subbed in extensively at
fullback, was injured in the third quarter and did not return.
The Xtreme were scheduled to host the East Texas Outlawz at 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 21, at Brownsboro High School Stadium. For additional
information contact Gary Craig at (903) 288-6224.
Monitor Photo/Kerry Yancey
Eustace’s John Eads clears 11-0 en route to a second-place finish in the
pole vault during the District 13-3A track meet April 11.
finals set May 11-12 in Athens
Monitor Staff Reports
ATHENS–The top 15 contestants in each event of the Lone Star High School
Rodeo Association will compete in the two-day finals rodeo Friday and
Saturday, May 11-12.
The LSHSRA finals will be held at the Henderson County Fairgrounds in
Athens, opening with a 7:30 p.m. performance Friday and a 10 a.m.
Area students participating include Booter Haas of Eustace High School,
and Kelsie Busby and Cassie Sparkman from Mabank High School.
Also, Brandon Grissom, Trevor Hamilton and Nicole Harrison from Kemp
High School, and Kody Durham and Bobby Montgomery from Malakoff High
The finals rodeo will feature all the classic rodeo events, including
bareback and saddle bronc riding, breakaway roping, calf roping and
goats without a horse.
Other events include steer undecorating, steer wrestling, girls ribbon
roping, team roping, goats and boys ribbon roping.
Also, poles, chute dogging, barrels and bull riding.
MHS vs Crandall*
KHS vs Ferris*
EHS @ Kaufman*
KHS vs MHS*
EHS vs Ferris*
(end regular season)
*District 13-3A game
Mabank vs Athens or Bullard
site & time TBA
Region II meet
State Track Meet
Xtreme vs Ark. Silverstorm
Xtreme @ Port City Jaguars