Tourist pairs popular actors together for romantic movie

The Tourist just kind of plods along from one locale/scene to the next, seeming almost random. There are unexciting chase scenes and a bit of romance between Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp that feels very one-way. It’s clear why Depp’s character would fall for Jolie’s, but why she would be interested in a guy like [...]

Sandra Meadows Classic set to start tomorrow

Tomorrow over 32 teams from all over the country and Alaska will be in Duncanville for the Diamond year of the Sandra Meadows Classic. The tournament will begin at 9 a.m. in the morning with a game between the host team Pantherettes and Grace Prep school of Arlington. We will be covering the Pantherettes games [...]

December 2010 Panther Prints

November 19 Panther Prints

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Live Coverage Pantherettes vs. Cedar Hill Sandra Meadows Arena 6 p.m.

Pantherettes vs. Cedar Hill

Athletes fill roles on teams during their off season

As the Fall season comes to an end and sports such as cross country and football finish their season, athletes take time to look back on their season. They begin their off season with work-outs to help them improve their skills for the upcoming year. But a few Panther athletes jump right back onto the [...]

Erika Torres Personal Column: Those with disabilities have feelings to

My sister Carolina, is 26 years old and she’s the most loving person I know. Like everyone else she has feelings too. Having a sibling with a disability isn’t easy. Others do not understand that just like any other young adult, my sister has problems too. In my point of view her life might be [...]

Freshman Myles Malone finds his place on rodeo circuit

As he sits atop of his palomino horse in the back of the roping box with his lasso in hand, freshman Myles Malone gets his head in the zone. By now he is  staring down an anxious calf waiting to be released from the shoot. “I have to catch this one,” Myles says.  “I have [...]

Sports Column: Get out and support your teams in the winter

Both volleyball and football moved to the second round of the playoffs this year.  Fans packed into Cowboy Stadium to see the Panthers take on Coppell.  But as soon as that winter air blew the interest in sporting events loses its impact. Students have no trouble filling up the arena for volleyball games or the [...]

Pantherettes looking to improve season record with start of district play

Friday night the Cedar Hill longhorns will be in town looking to tarnish the Pantherettes perfect 1-0 district record after their strong opener against Mansfield Legacy 55-43. “Anytime Cedar Hill and Duncanville play it is a tough emotional game,” Pantherettes head coach Cathy Self-Morgan said.  “The girls need to cut down on their turnovers and [...]