PHOTO FEATURES

Best of Sports 2013-2014

By Joe Duty | Published Saturday, July 5, 2014

Best-of-Sports-2014

Erupting with Joy

ERUPTING WITH JOY – Decatur coach Drew Coffman and the Eagles’ bench celebrate the victory over Dallas Roosevelt in the area round of the basketball playoffs. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Winning Feeling

WINNING FEELING – The Decatur girls basketball team screams after receiving a trophy during the playoffs. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Leaving on Top

LEAVING ON TOP – Decatur’s Brandon Rivera crosses the finish line to win state in the 800. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Agony of Defeat

AGONY OF DEFEAT – Chico’s Cameron Weatherly watches Gorman players celebrate after the Class A area game. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Off with the Helmet

OFF WITH THE HELMET – Matt Cedrone loses his helmet during the Eagles’ scrimmage in August. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Up and Over

UP AND OVER – Decatur’s Nicole Neighbors strides over a hurdle at the district meet. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Making a Splash

MAKING A SPLASH – Decatur’s Chase McBride races down the pool. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Giving Support

GIVING SUPPORT – Paradise coach Johna Ford encourages Angela Powers after a race. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Breaking the Tape

BREAKING THE TAPE – Decatur’s Taylor Clayton captures the 3A state cross country title in November. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Hanging On

HANGING ON – Cameron Tucker wrestles a steer during the Wise County Youth Fair Rodeo. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Eyeing the Ball

EYEING THE BALL – Springtown’s Collin Rector reaches for the ball as Decatur’s AJ Johnson slides in. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Out of Reach

OUT OF REACH – Alvord’s Lauren Hart keeps the ball away from Paradise defenders during a matchup of 9-2A playoff teams. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Emotional Win

EMOTIONAL WIN – Katie Isham sheds tears of joy following the Decatur Lady Eagles’ win over Argyle. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Heartbreaker

HEARTBREAKER – A Princeton player lies on the floor after Decatur’s Makayla Mayfield hit the game-winning shot in the Class 3A Region II area matchup. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

One Response to “Best of Sports 2013-2014”

  1. Skip Nichols says:

    Sports fans in Wise County are the most fortunate in the country to have an outstanding local photographer with the dedication and professionalism of Joe Duty.

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