ROYSE CITY — This time last season, the Royse City Bulldogs were biting their nails and needing the Greenville Lions to beat Ennis so they could advance to the football playoffs.
The Royse City Bulldogs (7-1, 5-1) combined a stifling defense and a high-octane offense to shut down the Kaufman Lions (1-7, 1-5) 47-7 in District 8-5A-II football.
The NCAA Board of Governors took the first step Tuesday toward allowing athletes to cash in on their fame, voting unanimously to clear the way for the amateur athletes to “benefit from the use of their name, image and likeness.”
Royse City used a stifling defense to shut out defending district champion Corsicana 27-0 on Friday night in District 8-5A-II football.
ROYSE CITY — The Royse City Lady Bulldogs outlasted Greenville in five sets on Tuesday to claim their first district volleyball victory and hand the Lady Lions their first district loss.
ENNIS — All good things come to an end and the Royse City Bulldog’s eight-game football winning streak ended with a 38-21 loss at Ennis on Friday night.
The Royse City Bulldogs extended their winning streak to eight games with a 34-7 District 8-5A-II home football victory over Forney on Friday night.
SULPHUR SPRINGS — The Royse City Bulldogs stretched their football winning streak to seven straight as they steamrolled over the Sulphur Springs Wildcats 36-9 on Friday night.
After a week off to heal a few bumps and bruise, the undefeated Royse City Bulldogs are ready to take on the Wildcats from Sulphur Springs in football.
Royse City kept its 2019 football season perfect with a 37-14 victory over the Garland Owls for the Bulldogs’ sixth straight victory dating back to last season.
FRISCO — The Royse City Bulldogs extended their win streak to five, carried over from 2018 as they defeated the Frisco Centennial Titans 28-7 in the 2019 football season opener at The Star at The Ford Center in Frisco on Thursday. The atmosphere of the Dallas Cowboys’ air conditioned indo…
FRISCO — The Royse City Bulldogs extended their win streak to five, carried over from 2018 as they defeated the Frisco Centennial Titans 28-7 in the 2019 football season opener at The Star at The Ford Center in Frisco on Thursday.
The undefeated 2019 Royse City High School varsity girls soccer team will take their momentum into Mabank, Texas this weekend to face off against Nacogdoches High School.
This year marked one of the best performances by the Royse City High School girls varsity basketball team, but the team’s achievements go beyond the growth that was seen on the court.
It has been a big couple of weeks for the female athletic program at Royse City High School, with both its cheer and powerlifting teams earning recognitions.
AUSTIN — Keeping up with a state-record holder brought out the best in Royse City sophomore triple jumper Kayla Hutchins.
Royse City High School students Kayla Hutchins and Michaela Travers will be competing in the state 5A track and field championship meet at the University of Texas at Austin on Friday.
Since the young age of five, Royse City High School senior Giovanni Chavarri has always found a way to take on the challenges that life has thrown his way.
Giovanni Chavarri (right), a senior from Royce City High School, was among those students celebrated for high academic achievement at McPherson (Kan.) College during its Presidential Scholars Day in April.
Royse City High School’s District 15-5A championship boys basketball was well reflected in postseason awards as four Bulldogs made the all-district first team and RCHS senior Jacob Stites was named the district’s Offensive MVP.
TYLER — Royse City's basketball team passed its first test in the UIL 5A playoffs with high marks as the Bulldogs had few anxious moments during a 57-41 bi-district round win over Marshall at Tyler JC's Wagstaff Gym Tuesday night.
With only a few games left before playoffs, the Royse City High School boys varsity basketball team currently sits at the top of District 15-5A, and looks forward to wrapping up their Cinderella season in a big way.
The University Interscholastic League's decision to group Class 5A teams into Division I (largest) and Division II (smallest) for football will result in big changes for Royse City High School in the 2018-19 and 2019-20 academic years.
Right-handed pitcher Drayton Harris, who will play his fourth season on the Royse City High School varsity this spring, recently accepted a full baseball scholarship at Navarro Junior College in Corsicana.
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