Normal Lake Level is 322.00 feet
above Mean Sea Level.
Current level for Cedar Creek Lake is:
88 degrees - top
85 degrees - bottom
Annual MHS volleyball camp
draws big groups
Monitor Photos/Kerry Yancey
ABOVE: Incoming seventh-graders toss and spike volleyballs to a partner
the opening day of the annual Mabank High School volleyball camp Monday.
39 sixth- and seventh-graders began the morning camps, with
name number of eighth- and ninth-graders coming out for the afternoon
BELOW: Veteran MHS volleyball coach Stacy Shelton demonstrates the form
needed to make successful passes for watching youngsters Monday.
teams have been in the playoffs five straight years.
Browning plays in THSCA
All-Star basketball game
Monitor Staff Reports
AUSTIN–Mabank High School May graduate Kolton Browning played in the
65th annual Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star basketball
game at the Frank Erwin Center Monday.
A standout in football, basketball and baseball all four years at MHS,
Browning averaged a double-double (26 points, 10 rebounds) as he led the
Panthers to the brink of the basketball playoffs during Mabank’s first
year back in Class 4A.
After the end of the basketball season, Browning was named the District
15-4A Offensive Player of the Year for the second time as a senior,
having won that same honor from the district football coaches.
Browning was a member of the North squad, which won 81-80 over the South
squad. A total of 24 players from all five classifications were selected
for the All-Star game.
Spearman guard Jordan Ashmore hit a free throw with 13 seconds left to
seal the North win.
Although Browning did not score, he told the Tyler Morning Telegraph he
enjoyed the All-Star game experience.
“I got to know 23 great guys,” he told Telegraph sports editor Phil
Hicks. “It was fun to be here.”
Veteran MHS basketball coach Mark Allen accompanied Browning to Austin,
and told Hicks he was proud to have Browning selected to participate.
“It’s a tremendous honor for him and his family,” Allen was quoted in
Tuesday’s edition of the Tyler Morning Telegraph.
“He’s been an outstanding player for us,” Allen added. “He’s a super
athlete and a great kid on top of that.”
One of very few high school athletes to be named the district’s Most
Valuable Player in both football and basketball as a junior and the
Offensive Player of the Year in both football and basketball as a
senior, Browning will be attending the University of Louisiana at Monroe
The son of Panda and Karl Browning, Kolton holds three of the top four
MHS season passing records and the total offense single-game record (507
yards against Kaufman in the 2007 season opener), as well as the top
three school records for touchdown passes in a game.
In three seasons as the Panthers’ starter, Browning threw a
school-record 63 touchdown passes – 26 as a junior and 28 as a senior
when the Panthers moved up to 4A competition.
A 6-3, 185-pound lefty, Browning is already penciled in as the starter
for the Warhawks, even though ULM will be opening training camp with
five quarterbacks on the roster.
Cedar Creek Women’s
Golf marks 40th birthday
Monitor Photo/Kerry Yancey
Past and present members of the Cedar Creek Women's Golf Association
at the Cedar Creek Country Club main ballroom July 16 to mark the 40th
anniversary of the group. The WGA currently has around 55 members.
GBC co-ed softball
Xtreme-Tanksley vs Impossibles
Replacements vs Longhorns
Dictators vs Rebels
Dictators vs Replacements
Longhorns vs Impossibles
Rebels vs Xtreme-Tanksley
MHS hosts scrimmage
KHS @ Mildred scrim.
EHS hosts 4 teams
MHS @ Wills Point scrim.
EHS hosts 3 teams
KHS @ Palestine scrim.
MHS vs WP-Athens
KHS @ Brownsboro
EHS vs GS-Malakoff