Dirk’s annual game benefits Heroes

Dirk’s annual game benefits Heroes

Dirk Nowitzki’s 2018 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game is on Friday, June 8, at 7 p.m. at the Dr Pepper Ballpark in Frisco (7300 RoughRiders Trail). Come out early for family-fun festivities and a Heroes Special Olympics All-Star Softball Game plus a post game fireworks finale. For the 17th year, two baseball teams made up of […]

Lakehill tennis takes on Covenant

Lakehill tennis takes on Covenant

By Gigi Ekstrom The Lakehill Preparatory School’s Varsity Tennis team is steadily improving as they gear up for the District Tennis Tournament next week. On March 23, the Warriors took on Dallas Alcuin. Juniors Luke Jerome and Ben Gillman took on a top-notch boy’s doubles team from Alcuin and took them to the limit before […]

Watching the Texas Rangers is no bargain

Watching the Texas Rangers is no bargain

By David Mullen You paid $80 for a second deck seat on the third base side after you just dropped $20 to park your car.  A program is a bargain at $5. Want to try a few of the new items on the Texas Rangers concessions menu this year? How about “The Dilly Dog” for […]

Hope is all the Rangers have

By David Mullen Poor Dallas sports fans. The Cowboys, coming off a 9-7 2017 season, have done virtually nothing in the off-season, except for the NFL emptying Jerry Jones’ pockets for $2 million and getting a ruling that Dez Bryant’s 2014 playoff catch against the Green Bay Packers was actually a catch. We already knew […]

Pure madness prevails in NCAA Tournament

Pure madness prevails in NCAA Tournament

By David Mullen March Madness, starting this week, is unlike any other time of year. Not only do businesses kick into low, as productivity slows down measurably, but this year a political statement has come to the forefront. This isn’t about the powers of the NCAA making hundreds of millions of dollars while players providing […]

Party of the Year set for April 5 at Winfrey Point

Party of the Year set for April 5 at Winfrey Point

By Jennifer Hoesterey White Rock Lake Conservancy has partnered with the City of Dallas Park and Recreation Department to bring Celebration! White Rock, the fifth annual 5k/10k race and festival to be held on April 5 from 6 to 8:30 p.m at Winfrey Point on the east side of White Rock Lake. This is an […]

In many ways, Carter was model owner

By David Mullen Money doesn’t buy modesty, principles or common sense. No better example of that can be found than among owners in the world of professional sports, where ego often takes a front seat. Throughout the years, there have been some real characters. In football, there was Al Davis of the Oakland Raiders, who […]

Texas Can — Dallas Ross Ave. wins championship title

Texas Can — Dallas Ross Ave. wins championship title

The boys’ varsity basketball team at Texans Can Academy — Dallas Ross Avenue claimed the State Varsity Boys’ Basketball Championship this month for the Texas Charter School Academic & Athletic League. The defensive and offensive work of the Ross Avenue Wildcats brought the team to a 68 to 58 victory over IDEA Weslaco on Saturday, […]

Hall of Fame voting different by league

Hall of Fame voting different by league

By David Mullen Lost in the hype of the NFL’s Super Bowl LII and in MLB’s lackluster hot stove league offseason, where owners are being accused of collusion and players and agents are being blamed for greed, were the announcements of the 2018 Hall of Fame classes of the respective leagues. The highest honor bestowed […]

Franklin signs with National Champions

Franklin signs with National Champions

Lakehill Preparatory School senior Gerard Franklin signed this week to play football for the 2017 National Champions Texas A&M Commerce. Gerard is a Lakehill Lifer, having attended the school since kindergarten. He led this year’s Warrior football team to the state playoffs, and was honored with First and Second Team All-District and Second Team All-State […]