Wednesday , 7 December 2016

Tag Archives: TownSquare Buzz

Truett St. Tragedy, Then and Now: Pressing Onward, 10 Years Later

truetttt

The population of McKinney in 2004 was 88,161 and 10 years later that number has nearly doubled to 143,223. Although McKinney continues to grow exponentially every year, during 2004 the city decreased by four citizens. Four members of its community would never to return to see how much the city has grown, how booming the local economy is and how McKinney ...

Read More »

Heartbreak in Austin: North Girls Lose Lead, State Championship Game

McKinney_N_Final_joe.capraro_0689

AUSTIN — The Lady Bulldogs were never considered an underdog. Their story was closer to Snow White’s than Cinderella’s. They weren’t a ragtag group of kids that came together and found glory in sports. No, the McKinney North girls basketball team was never a cliché. Unfortunately the end of their season didn’t match the movie moments either. North’s trip to ...

Read More »

Square Off Discusses the Academy Awards

TownSquareBuzz.com’s special Square Off guest Ray Ricchi was so special, we had to use his footage twice! In this special edition of Square Off Sara and Ray discuss some of their favorite Academy Award nominated films just in time for the ceremonies on Sunday. Who do you think will take the statues home? Sound off below.

Read More »

And Then There Were Two … It’s North’s Determination vs. Canyon’s Experience

NorthChampPreview

AUSTIN — It wasn’t an easy win, but the McKinney North Lady Bulldogs scraped their way to the Class 4A UIL State Basketball Championship Game with a 37-35  semifinal win against Northside Brennan Thursday night at the Frank Erwin Center. It doesn’t get any easier from here for the Lady Bulldogs (29-4) though. While they had a week of practice ...

Read More »

Connor’s Clutch Play Leads North Girls Past Brennan Into State Title Game

JonathanGarza_Huddle12

AUSTIN — This basketball game was won in its final seconds. Not necessarily just in the final seconds of the game as a whole, although it most certainly was, but in the final seconds of every quarter. The McKinney North Lady Bulldogs defeated top-ranked Northside Brennan Thursday evening in a nail biting 37-35 game in the 4A UIL State Semifinals. ...

Read More »

North Girls First McKinney Basketball Team to Reach State in 16 Years

UILState

A  McKinney basketball team will play in the state tournament Thursday night for the first time since 1998. “We’re taking our role down here (to Austin) very seriously. We’re very proud to be representing the city as a whole,” said McKinney North girls coach Michael Oldham. “We’re going to go out there and play with a lot of pride for ...

Read More »

Mac Talk: North Students Proud of Girls Basketball Team’s State Berth

north girls 010314

The McKinney North girls basketball team is headed to the UIL State Tournament in Austin as one of four Class 4A teams still remaining. TSB went to the high school to see what the students had to say about their classmates’ success and wished them luck as they take on the Northside Brennan Bears Thursday night.

Read More »

Despite Warm Weather, Olympics Keep Hockey `Cool’ in McKinney

HOCKEY10

Growing up in Texas is much like you’d expect. Summers are hot, winters are warmer than most, and Friday night is all about football. But for myself and a select few, the two-a-days all summer long weren’t on the football field, but instead the ice rink. And they were more like two-a-weeks; ice time isn’t cheap. Even to this day ...

Read More »

North Earns 1st-Ever State Tournament Berth After Claiming Regional Title

North Girls Regional Trophy

This hasn’t been an easy season for the McKinney North Lady Bulldogs. With only three returning seniors North was a young team going against some of the toughest teams in the district. Yet miraculously it walked away undefeated throughout district and clawed their way through some close games to make it to the regional championship. The Lady Bulldogs defeated Red ...

Read More »

Coaches in North-Lake Ridge Area Round Game Go Back a Long Way

mansfield lake ridge

Like most young men at the age of 13, Donte Wilson had a knack for trouble. Alongside his classmates at Faubion Middle School, he wasn’t afraid of stirring up shenanigans in the name of fun. But what restraint he may have lacked in the classroom, he had control of on the basketball court. Just ask his coach, Darryll Craft. Fast ...

Read More »
Montres Pas Cher Montres Pas Cher Imitacion de relojes Rolex baratos espa?a Rolex Replica Imitazione Di Orologi Maurice Lacroix Imitazione Di Orologi Longines
sitemap