Welcome to Monday. Let's jump start the work week together! We will also learn about a recent trip that took the TVCC Men's Basketball team a world away, in less than 50 miles.
It's Friday!!! Join us as we help get you ready for the weekend with Henderson County Now Radio. Our Special co-host this morning is Traci Wilkes of Reigning Jewels in Athens.
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Trinity Valley Football has been ranked in the NJCAA polls every week since Sept. 2013. They need a win on Saturday, coupled with a win by NEO over Blinn, and they would win their 5th straight Region 14 Conference Title. That has never been done before.
Coach Driskell knows his Tigers will face a fierce foe in West on Friday night at Tiger Stadium in Malakoff. Both teams come into district play undefeated. Malakoff is perfect on the year at 7-0. West is 6-1, including a win over district rival, Teague.
Coach Essary says he and his team are looking forward to giving their best this Friday night. The Hornets will be honoring seniors at Bruce Field before the kick off. Coach Essary says it's a memory seniors will have the rest of their lives, cheerleaders, band, bell guard, etc...Last Moments are Forever Moments.
Coach Smiley says last weeks game against Tyler Junior College will be a game he talks about 15 years from now...Take a listen to many of the reasons why in this weeks podcast. TVCC on the road to Kilgore for a 3pm start on Saturday.
Malakoff on the road against Westwood in Palestine this Friday Night. Coach Driskell says he has been pleased with the effort of his team, and looks forward to the continued development of the 2017 Tigers.
The Athens Hornets are coming off a 3 point defeat to the Kaufman Lions this past Friday night, but Coach Paul Essary knows that District 8 is wide open. The Hornets are still very much alive and will need to bring a ton of effort this Friday night as they travel to Terrell.