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After a weekend of uncertainty, the Panthers rolled over Irving MacArthur 71-56 to reclaim the top spot in district 7-6A. The uncertainty lies in the question concerning what action the Texas University Interscholastic League will take in their February 13 meeting concerning the altercation with DeSoto after last Friday evening’s game. After a slow start, […]

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Ariel Atkins named finalist for prestigious Senior CLASS Award

Senior CLASS Award focuses on the total student-athlete and encourages students to use their athletic platforms to make a positive impact as leaders in their communities. Senior Texas guard Ariel Atkins is one of 10 NCAA women’s basketball student-athletes nationally who has been selected as a finalist for the 2017-18 Senior CLASS Award, it was announced Thursday. […]

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Ariel Atkins scores 13 points in a critical fourth quarter in Morgantown. MORGANTOWN, W.Va. —  The No. 6 Texas women’s basketball team (19-4, 10-2 Big 12) defeated West Virginia (17-7, 5-7 Big 12) at the WVU Coliseum on Monday night, 73-55. Junior Jatarie White notched her second career double-double after registering 18 points and 10 rebounds. Senior Audrey-Ann Caron-Goudreau scored nine […]

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Altercation following DeSoto game may impact playoffs Duncanville – The Panthers have dropped two straight as District 7-6A winds down regular season play. Duncanville fell to South Grand Prairie 77-69 and DeSoto 67-46. Duncanville entered the week ranked #7 in the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches 6A poll, while DeSoto was ranked #6 and South […]

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Pantherettes Finish Regular Season 35-1 and Undefeated in District. Advance to Bi-District Playoff Next Tuesday Duncanville – The Panthrettes finished regular season play by downing South Grand Prairie 59-52 and DeSoto 65-63, with both games going into overtime before Duncanville came out victorious. They also finished the regular season sitting on top of the Texas […]

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Women’s Basketball’s Atkins named to Wooden Award Late-Season Top-20

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Atkins ranks in the top-20 of nine different Big 12 statistical categories this season. texassports.com – Senior Texas guard Ariel Atkins has been named to the Wooden Award Late-Season Top 20, announced on Monday evening. Complete release Chosen by a poll of national college basketball experts based on their performances during the first half of the 2017-18 […]

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UIL Announces New District Realignments

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Duncanville will be saying goodbye to its closest rivals after this school year as they will be moving from District 7-6A to District 8-6A. Duncanville will be leaving DeSoto, Cedar Hill and both Grand Prairie schools and will be joining District 8-6A. District 8-6A will be: Duncanville Dallas Molina Dallas Skyline Dallas White Richardson Richardson […]

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Former Panther to Play in Super Bowl

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Duncanville ISD – People who know Adam Butler aren’t surprised at his successes. Teachers who had him in class at Duncanville High School describe him as smart, focused, friendly and a hard worker. “He was a super kid,” said Adam’s former football coach Stacy Atkins. “Just incredibly polite. Very respectful.” Butler, now 23 and a […]

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Panthers Defeat Cedar Hill 84-65

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Leading up to Friday’s game, social media chatter coming up Highway 67 to Duncanville was that the Longhorns had plans to plans to act as spoiler and reclaim some of their glory against the Panthers. That did not happen as the Panthers controlled the game from the opening tip and sent Cedar Hill back down […]

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Pantherettes Capture 56-46 Victory Over Cedar Hill

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The Pantherettes continued their march to the postseason with a 10-point victory over the Cedar Hill Lady Longhorns on Friday night. Cedar Hill started strong, holding a 15-12 lead after the first quarter, but both the Duncanville defense and offense roared back to life in the second. The Pantherettes outscored the Lady Longhorns 24-12 in […]

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