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Nations Elite Class of 2014 Elite 20 LB's

Jul 29, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Shaun Dion Hamilton holds down the top spot, in our initial LB rankings Sha More

Special Court Dedication for Kurt Budke Prior to NJCAA DI Women's Basketball Championship Game

Mar 23, 2012 • NJCAA TV
The Bicentennial Center in Salina, Kan., will dedicate its basketball court to Kurt Budke just prior to the NJCAA's national championship game for Division I women's basketball. More

Five Players to Watch in the NJCAA DI Women's Basketball Tournament

Mar 20, 2012 • by Carlen Dixon • NJCAA TV
Here's a look at several outstanding players to watch during the NJCAA Division I Women's Basketball National Championship, getting underway this week in Salina, Kansas. More

NJCAA 2011 Football Season Wraps Up This Weekend With Seven Bowl Games

Nov 30, 2011 • NJCAA TV
Football comes to a close in the NJCAA for 2011 with thrilling bowl games this weekend across the country. More

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Denton named AEDC President

Dec 18, 2014 • Athens Daily Review
In January, the Trinity Valley Community College Small Business Development Center and the AEDC are again offering a high-level “Going Into Business/Building A Winning Business” seminar. The seminar will be presented over seven sessions, beginning ... More

New KU football coach David Beaty gets five commitments

Dec 14, 2014 • Kansas City Star
The Jayhawks, who desperately need help on the offensive line, landed a commitment from junior-college offensive guard De'Andre Banks, a three-star recruit from Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas. They also received commitments from ... More

Buccaneers succumb to Trinity Valley pressure and lose, 83-46

Nov 25, 2014 • KBTX
25 in Athens, Texas. Trinity Valley applied full-court pressure for nearly the entire game and Blinn had a hard time holding on to the ball, giving Trinity Valley Community College a collection of easy buckets. “We did not play very well,” said Blinn ... More

TVCC wins 27-24 over Coffeyville Ravens

Dec 6, 2014 • Athens Daily Review
Trinity Valley Community College quarterback Kyle Postma throws the ball before Coffeyville defensive end Rickey Parks makes the hit Saturday in the Heart of Texas Bowl. Postma was 20-of-35 passing for 243 yards in his first game back. Posted: Saturday ... More

UNM football: Desmond Branch leaving

Dec 5, 2014 • Albuquerque Journal
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Desmond Branch, a true freshman defensive lineman for the New Mexico Lobos, is leaving UNM for Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas. Branch confirmed the move, first reported by KRQE-TV, on his Twitter account. More

Record-setting year capped with bowl victory

Dec 8, 2014 • Athens Daily Review
KeAndre Love (40) and the Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals celebrated an undefeated season Saturday with a three-point victory against Coffeyville Community College. TVCC finished the year with a 12-0 record. It is the third undefeated season ... More

TVCC's immunity from suit waived for Damuth's breach-of-contract claim

Nov 26, 2014 • Athens Daily Review
The Texas Supreme Court has remanded a lawsuit, filed by former Trinity Valley Community College women's basketball coach Billy Edward Damuth II against the college, back to the local court. The Supreme Court ruling, issued Nov. 21 states that the ... More

HOT BOWL: KISD trio play key roles in TVCC's unbeaten season

Dec 6, 2014 • Killeen Daily Herald
Banks, Harris and Patterson are returning to the area where they were high school standouts looking to help Trinity Valley Community College Cardinals beat Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College in the CHAMPS Heart of Texas Bowl. “It's a good chance to ... More

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