Caddo Mills Foxes

The final game of the 2013 season for Commerce pitted the Tigers against the Caddo Mills Foxes at Memorial Stadium in Commerce. Listen to highlights, and see results from other regional games.

With the Commerce Tigers on a Bye this week, KETR brought a special Game Of The Week featuring Van Alstyne at Caddo Mills.

The scoring was back and forth for much of the match, with only a touchdown separating the teams at halftime, but in the second half, it was visiting Van Alstyne who exerted their offensive muscle to put more points on the board.

The final score: Caddo Mills- 27, Van Alstyne- 35.

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Due to the Commerce Tigers having this week off, 88.9 KETR is broadcasting the Caddo Mills game against Van Alstyne this week.

The Caddo Mills Fighting Foxes enter district play with a 1-3 record, losing their first three games at Krum (28-25), against Edgewood (29-19), and at Lone Oak (33-28) before winning against Community (20-14) last week. They have scored 92 points and allowed 104.

Caddo Mills Foxes: 2013 football preview

Aug 12, 2013
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Coming off a disappointing 2012 season, head coach Steve Sumrow's Caddo Mills team returns with a heavily loaded senior class this year.

Big Friday Night Scoreboard - Week 10

Nov 9, 2012

For their final match of the regular season, The Commerce Tigers traveled to Caddo Mills to face The Foxes on Friday night. We've got the highlights of that match, and final scores from other games around the region.

Caddo Mills Out-Foxed in Pottsboro

Oct 14, 2012
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POTTSBORO-Two teams undefeated in District 6 2A met Friday, October 12, and only one could leave the field of Jim Henderson Memorial Stadium with that perfect record intact.

The Caddo Mills Foxes (2-4, 2-0 District 6 2A) faced the Pottsboro Cardinals (6-0, 2-0 District 6 2A) in Pottsboro at 7:30 p.m. Friday, October 12. The temperature at the time was a comfortable 73 degrees, there were a few clouds in the sky, and winds were gusting at about 20 mph.

While the Commerce Tigers recuperated on a bye week, action continued on the High School gridiron across the region.