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Football: Ryan's Gabriel Douglas selected for Under Armour camp
The roster for the Under Armour All-America camp series in Dallas has been announced, and two Denton-area athletes are on it. Those athletes are Ryan junior wide receiver Gabriel Douglas, a Texas Tech commit, and Liberty Christian quarterback Will Kuehne. Kuehne is committed to North Texas.
Liberty overpowered in rematch against Bishop Dunne
Signing notebook: Day features commitments from area sports
Battling past the buzzer
Liberty went ahead by three points with 12. 1 seconds left before Dickenson extended the game with his trey. “We really haven’t been in this situation yet where we’re in a game that’s this close in the fourth quarter,” Liberty Christian coach Lance Burroughs said. “It was shocking and new, but it felt great.
College football: Former Liberty star on award watch list for Oklahoma St.
Former Liberty Christian offensive lineman Brad Lundblade was named on Monday to the Rimington Trophy watch list in advance of his senior season at Oklahoma State. The award is given annually to the top center in college football.
Basketball roundup: Guyer, Ponder, Argyle win at tourney
FORT WORTH — Three Denton-area teams picked up first-round wins to open the Whataburger Tournament, as Guyer blew past Richland 76-59, Ponder scraped by Liberty Christian 66-59 and Argyle edged Wall 44-37 on Wednesday.
Liberty’s Reneau set for nationals
She finished 38th as a sophomore before jumping all the way to fourth place this year. “To the best of our knowledge, she’s the only one from TAPPS to ever qualify for this national meet,” Liberty cross country coach Tyler Curbo said. “We always knew she could [qualify]; she just had bad races each time.
Late Liberty rally not enough vs. Parish
Rushing — LB: Andre Washington 7-10, Will Kuehne 2-3, Wilson Strange 1-0, Charles Christian 2--5, Jon Copeland 5--18, PL: Jeremy Winston 23-149, Jeremy Hodge 16-85, Bryson Ingrams 1-8, Quinn Maloney 2-5, Corey Mayfield Jr, 1-3, Nate Miller 2-3.
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Prestonwood overpowers Liberty, 57-20
Copeland finished the game completing 16 of 31 passing attempts for 214 yards and two touchdowns, along with a 1-yard touchdown run, in the first district game for Liberty Christian (0-4, 0-1 TAPPS District 1-I). “That’s just how he plays, and it means something,” Hundley said. “His teammates see that.