COMMERCE — CHS’ varsity volleyball squad beat Quitman in four sets 25-17, 23-25, 25-19, 25-22 to improve to 3-0 on the year in district and 18-6 overall. The freshman and junior varsity Lady Tigers also defeated the Lady Bulldogs to keep their undefeated district streak going. CHS had a bye Tuesday night but will begin play agains this Friday at Lone Oak. The varsity squad will start first at 4:30 p.m.
Lady Tigers coach looks to build on success of softball program
The Commerce High School Lady Tigers deep playoff run came to an end on May 17 as the Tigers lost two close games against number one ranked Pilot Point in the regional semifinals.
Lady Tigers softball look to topple number one ranked Pilot Point
Tomorrow the Commerce High School Lady Tigers Softball team will play Pilot Point, the number one ranked team in the state.
Wilson wins gold, silver at state track meet
Buck Wilson of Commerce won gold and silver medals this weekend at the state meet while Rains pole vaulter Charlotte Brown won over a lot of hearts.
Soccer field receives needed repair
This time the second time is the charm.
Last year Texas A&M University-Commerce hired a landscaping crew to rebuild the women’s soccer field in order to fix severe drainage issues plaguing the field.
Commerce athletics receive boost in funding
Championship teams bring in money.
CISD athletics receives boost of support
It has been a good year for sports at Commerce Independent School District.
Send off for Lady Tiger softball team planned for Friday
From Commerce ISD: Join in the rousing send off for the first ever District-winning Lady Tiger softball team Friday as they leave for the 2A Area Playoff series against Chisum.
Tigersharks stay afloat
Uncertainty surrounded the Commerce Tigersharks Swim team after it was announced that the Commerce City Pool would be closed for the indefinite future.
A&M-Commerce Volleyball inks two to national letters of intent
A&M-Commerce head volleyball coach Craig Case today announced a pair of additions to the Lion volleyball program. Delanee Clark and Neka Nelson have signed National Letters of Intent and will begin competing for A&M-Commerce in the fall of 2013.
Offense edges defense in annual spring game
In one of the more entertaining spring football games in recent memory, the Texas A&M University-Commerce Blue team (offense) defeated the White team (defense) 36-35 after running 23 drives.
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