Zach Duncan, Times Record News

Zach Duncan

Times Record News

Wichita Falls, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Zach:

Holliday smothers Idalou in top 10 showdown

Holliday's depth wore down Idalou, and the Eagles handed the Wildcats their first loss of the season, 37-7. → Read More

TIGER PRIDE: Jacksboro edges Boyd in first home game since tornado damaged stadium

It was hard to imagine Tiger Stadium hosting a football game when a tornado ripped through Jacksboro in March. → Read More

Jacksboro acclimating to new offense scheme under Hubble

Repairs at Jacksboro's Tiger Stadium are still a work in progress. And so is the process of the Tigers learning a new offensive scheme. → Read More

Farmer quickly cultivating relationships at Bowie

Hugh Farmer started earning wins at Bowie before he led the Jackrabbits on the field, getting some of the school's best athletes to join the team. → Read More

THE LAST SON: Holliday's Johnson prepares for final season coaching one of his own

Frank Johnson has had the good fortune of coaching all four of his sons in high school. His youngest, Jaxx, is now a senior. → Read More

Bowers returns to QB for senior season at Petrolia

Gage Bowers is making the move back to quarterback for his senior season at Petrolia, reuniting him with classmate Caleb Henderson in the backfield. → Read More

'LIVE LIKE LACI': Stone dedicates junior season in memory of late sister

Johnathan Stone doesn't lack for motivation during his junior season at Nocona. And that's before getting to that he's playing in memory of his sister → Read More

Cousins Cope, Hoff give Windthorst experienced backfield

The return of cousins Logan Cope and Clay Hoff in the offensive backfield is a key reason Windthorst remains a district favorite and regional power. → Read More

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Jackson ready to step into starring role in Archer City's offense

Elijah Jackson is ready to shine in the spotlight with the Archer City offense set to run through the dynamic junior. → Read More

PANTHER PRIDE: Gilbreath, Charo highlight Seymour's prolific offense

Keegan Gilbreath and David Charo combined for a historic season at Seymour last year and they highlight another impressive offense. → Read More

Iowa Park punches ticket to state tournament with 10-4 win over Argyle

Iowa Park is returning to the state tournament after beating Argyle 10-4 in Game 3 of the Region I-4A finals Saturday. → Read More

Albany, Windthorst have had share of wild playoff finishes

The Albany Lions and Windthorst Trojans have met five times in the postseason since 2003. And each game has provided a memorable finish. → Read More

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: 21 facts about the UIL state quarterfinals

When is the last time Hirschi and Rider advanced this far in the playoffs in the same season? → Read More

Holliday punishes Jacksboro, 63-12, for bi-district title

Holliday scored with one second left before halftime then took over the second half to beat Jacksboro 63-12 in Thursday's bi-district matchup. → Read More

Jacksboro wins thrilling shootout against Eastland, 51-48

Jacksboro scored with 42 seconds left to pull out a 51-48 victory against Eastland. → Read More

Henrietta pushes past City View in the second half for 31-21 victory

Henrietta defeated City View in District 6-3A Division II action Friday, Oct. 8, 2021, at City View Veterans Field. → Read More

Holliday Eagles hang on to beat the Iowa Park Hawks

The Holliday Eagles took the 2021 version of the "Battle of the Birds" defeating rival Iowa Park. → Read More

State champion Trojans look forward to one more game together

Nothing can beat the state title run Windthorst made last fall. But six Trojans are looking forward to one more game together in the Oil Bowl. → Read More

Electra Tigers, Seymour Panthers falter in area playoffs

JACKSBORO – A crisp 32 minutes of basketball is required once this stage of the postseason is reached. Electra had a strong 30 minutes Friday night in its area round matchup against Lindsay. Seymour had a tremendous start against Poolville, too. But neither was enough for the District 9-2A counterparts to continue down their playoff paths. The Knights finished strong against the Tigers in a… → Read More

REMEMBERING THE BEST: Which area teams from the past decade stand out the most?

Another decade has flown by. Longtime TRN Sports writer Zach Duncan records which season stands out as the best for every team in our coverage area. → Read More