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August 20, 2017

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MJHS boys track wins Lindale meet

MARSHALL, Texas – The Marshall Junior High School 8th grade boys track team brought home first place at the Lindale Junior High Relays Tuesday night in Lindale, setting four meet records in the process. The 7th grade boys finished in second place. In the 8th grade division, Marshall’s James Thomas set a meet record in

Edgar wins 800-meter run at Bobby Lane Invitational

ARLINGTON, Texas – Wiley College men’s track and field athlete Marbeq Edgar continued where he left off in the 800-meter run as he topped the field full of NCAA Division I athletes at the University of Texas-Arlington Bobby Lane Invitational. Edgar finished the race in 1:51.77 to secure a bid to repeat his NAIA Championship.

Three Lady Wildcats set personal bests at Bobby Lane Invitational

ARLINGTON, Texas – Three Wiley College women’s track and field athletes raised the bar on their times as they set personal bests at University of Texas-Arlington’s Bobby Lane Invitational Saturday. Renae Dennie and Taishia Pryce broke their previous personal records and ran the fastest times in Lady Wildcat history since 2008 in the 100-meter and

Jimelliah Price gives the Lady Wildcats a dominating presence in the post

Wiley College basketball player, Jimelliah Price is truly excited and optimistic as she is currently playing her last collegiate season of basketball for Wiley College. Price is a graduating senior expected to graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary studies this coming May.  Price is 6’2   and plays the post position. She expresses how grateful

No. 11 Wildcats look to defend home court

After being ranked for a third straight week, the No. 11 Wiley College men’s basketball team will look to protect its ranking when it hosts University of St. Thomas-Houston at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Texas College at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. “I told the guys we owe these two teams,” said head coach Jameus Hartsfield, who

Lady Wildcats dominate University of the Southwest

Playing their first home game in nearly a month, the Wiley College women’s basketball team used defensive pressure to pull away in a 98-41 rout over the University of the Southwest Friday in a Red River Athletic Conference game. The Lady Wildcats (11-3, 4-2 in RRAC), who are receiving votes in the NAIA Top 25

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