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David Peavy Tagged to Lead Duncanville Panther Basketball

  Duncanville ISD – David Peavy was announced as the new head boys’ basketball coach at Duncanville High School. Coach Peavy joins the Duncanville ISD family from Dekaney High School in Spring ISD (Houston).  He brings more than 22 years of successful coaching experience at the high school and collegiate levels. Coach Peavy has been named […]

With a 15-3 win over the Grand Prairie High Lady Gophers, the Lady Panthers went undefeated in district play and captured their first district softball title. In fact, Duncanville suffered only one loss in their season as they fell to Peaster 2-0 in the second game of non-district play. The district title was a foregone […]

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Atkins is the third-highest WNBA Draft pick in Texas women’s basketball history. TexasSports.com – Duncanville Pantherette and senior Texas guard Ariel Atkins was selected by the Washington Mystics with the seventh pick in the 2018 WNBA Draft, which took place on Thursday in Manhattan, N.Y. Atkins, who watched the draft in her hometown of Duncanville, […]

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Duncanville ISD – For the first time in four years, Duncanville High School’s boys and girls varsity tennis teams both won the District Championships. Daniela Padron-Castillo took first place in Girls Singles for her second straight District Championship. Paolo Obenita and Edgar Reyes won first place in Boys Doubles. Dylan Sisouphanh and Sarah Lieu took first […]

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Duncanville ISD – In the course of a week, the city of Duncanville named a street after Head Women’s Basketball Coach Cathy Self-Morgan, and she was inducted into the prestigious Texas Sports Hall of Fame in Waco. Those are the accolades befitting a person who is frequently referred to as a legend in her field. […]

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Texas Women’s Basketball’s Atkins Selected to Participate in College 3-Point Championship

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Atkins’ career three-point percentage of 37.3 ranks sixth all-time in UT history. TexasSports.com – Senior Texas guard Ariel Atkins is one of eight women’s college basketball players selected to the 3-Point Championship roster for the 30th annual State Farm College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships. The event will take place on Thursday at Bill Greehey […]

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No. 8 UT Women’s Basketball falls to No. 9 UCLA in NCAA Regional Semifinal

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The Longhorns end the 2017-18 season 28-7. TexasSports.com – The No. 8 Texas Longhorns fell to the No. 9 UCLA Bruins on Friday night in the Kansas City Regional Semifinal at the Sprint Center, 84-75. The loss concludes the 2017-18 season for Texas at 28-7. Texas was led by its fourth-year seniors Ariel Atkins and Brooke McCarty. The duo […]

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Sweet Sixteen Bound: No. 8 Texas Women’s Basketball defeats Arizona State in Second Round, 85-65

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Higgs scores 19 points, McCarty notches third career double-double texassports.com – Senior guard Brooke McCarty recorded her third-career double-double to lead second-seeded Texas Women’s Basketball past seventh-seeded Arizona State in the NCAA Women’s Second Round on Monday night at the Erwin Center, 85-65. The Longhorns led by as many as 25 late in the fourth quarter. McCarty poured […]

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No. 8 Women’s Basketball defeats Maine in NCAA First Round, 83-54

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Three Longhorns scored in double-figures to lead Texas in the First Round win texassports.com – Three Longhorns scored in double-figures to lead second-seeded Texas Women’s Basketball past the Maine Black Bears on Saturday night in the 2018 NCAA Division I Women’s First Round at the Erwin Center, 83-54. UT led by as many as 35 […]

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No. 7 Texas Women’s Basketball drops Big 12 Championship to No. 3 Baylor, 77-69

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Texas’ six appearances in the Big 12 Championship final tie with Oklahoma for second-most championship final appearances in the tournament’s history texassports.com – The No. 8 Texas Women’s Basketball team lost on to No. 2 Baylor, 77-69, in the Big 12 Tournament championship game on Monday at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Seniors Ariel Atkins and Brooke McCarty were selected for the Big […]

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