CORSICANA – Ciara Luna knows all about concentrating on the mound. After facing just 16 batters in Navarro’s 9-1 five-inning win over McLennan on Wednesday, Luna didn’t even know she had thrown a no-hitter.
CORSICANA – Navarro College removed the ‘interim’ tag Monday and named Cody Crill as the school’s 13th head football coach.
CORSICANA – At long last, it’s here — softball season.
Navarro College running back Ke’aun Kinner was named the 2014 Spalding NJCAA Offensive Football Player of The Year on Thursday.
BREVARD COUNTY, FL – Sophomore Trudi Carter notched her 29th and 30th goals of the season to propel Navarro College to a 2-0 victory over Otero Junior College on Wednesday and into Friday’s semifinals of the NJCAA 2014 Women’s Division I Soccer National Championship.
CORSICANA – Five members of the Navarro Bulldogs volleyball team earned All Region XIV Conference recognition by a vote of league coaches.
CORISCANA – Navarro sophomore running back Ke’Aun Kinner has been named the Southwest Junior College Football Conference’s “Most Valuable Player” as part of the all-league vote by conference coaches.
PORT ARTHUR – The 18th-ranked Navarro Bulldogs rallied from a first-game loss to dispose of the Lamar State College-Port Arthur Seahawks 3-1 Wednesday night at the Carl Parker Multipurpose Center.
BRENHAM — Unbeaten Navarro volleyball racked up two straight-games victories Friday over Eastern Arizona and 17th-ranked New Mexico Military Institute at The Applebee’s Classic hosted by Blinn College.
CORSICANA – Navarro volleyball, brimming with confidence from its bullet-train season start, rocked 15th-ranked Hill College in straight games Tuesday in the same manner that the Wolens Special Events Center rocked during the home-opening contest.