A year ago, Kymber’Lynn Jackson was angry, annoying — her words — and savoring bad choices. “I used to like getting in trouble,” the North Dallas High sophomore said with an incredulous laugh. “I used to like getting in trouble!”
With pom-poms in hand, and relentless joy in their hearts, the cheer squad at Dallas’ Notre Dame school polishes their big routine: and they’re not at all territorial with their support.
The CBS 11 Sports team airs a special webcast with an in-depth look at the top football recruits in North Texas and all of the area schools and there was some added suspense on National Signing Day this year.
National Signing Day saw the DISD send 114 student-athletes to college. But, getting to this point was an incredible challenge for South Oak Cliff High School wide receiver J.F. Thomas.
The Big 12 has announced it will cover the full cost of a student-athlete’s attendance and offer multi-year scholarships.
There is new information in the recruiting scandal that rocked the DISD. This month, the district fired 15 employees – including the top management in the athletic program. CBS 11 News has uncovered how the district uncovered what it calls “lies.”
At the College World Series in Nebraska, a lot of people were surprised when Texas Tech didn’t start their lefty freshman — all-American Dylan Dusek. The teen has been impressive, but the journey to the mound is the inspiring part of his story.
An 18-year-old former student and football player at Krum High School is accused of burglary and arson. William ‘Caz’ Wojciak remained in the Denton County jail Friday evening, on $300,000 bond.
University of Texas women’s track coach Bev Kearney resigned Saturday and acknowledged in an interview with the Austin American-Statesman that she had an intimate relationship with an athlete in her program in 2002.
The new playoff system means big money to the schools in major college football, as much as a half billion dollars per year just in television rights alone.
For many kids in Texas, any football stadium is a field of dreams. Most parents know the potential dangers before allowing their kids to play. But a sports medicine doctor says player safety depends on good coaching and body conditioning.
A North Texas high school student says his coach crossed the line, grabbing him around the throat. The athlete from Quinlan ISD says it happened during a track meet in Caddo Mills.