Wichita Falls

  • (noun): A city in north central Texas near the Oklahoma border.

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Big State League - Cities Represented
... to Texas League 1958-1961 Waco, TX Waco Dons 1947 Waco Pirates 1948-1953, 1954–1956 Wichita Falls, TX Wichita Falls Spudders 1947-1953, moved to Longhorn League 1954 Wichita Falls Spudders 1956-1957 ...
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad - History
... Kemp of Wichita Falls, Texas ... These included the Wichita Falls Railway, an 18-mile line between Wichita Falls and Henrietta in Clay County, Texas, the Wichita Falls and Northwest Railway Company of Texas, and the ... a partner in some of these lines, including the Wichita Falls and Southern Railroad, which remained a Kemp-Kell property until it was abandoned in 1954 ...
Thurmon Jones
... In 1943 he became head coach at Electra, a small community near Wichita Falls, Texas ... Under his guidance, Electra was able to shut down Wichita Falls, one of the state's powerhouses at the time, with an obviously inferior team ... So in 1944, when Wichita Falls coach Ted Jeffries left the school for Lamar College, Jones was hired as his successor ...
S. H. Rider High School
... Rider High School Address 4611 Cypress Avenue Wichita Falls, Texas, Wichita, 76310 United States Information School type Secondary Principal Judy McDonald Grades 9th – 12th Color(s ... Rider High School is a public school in Wichita Falls, Texas (USA) ... It is part of the Wichita Falls Independent School District and is one of the district's three high schools ...
Accounting (UIL) - List of Prior Winners - Individual
... A Class AA Class AAA Class AAAA Class AAAAA 1986-87 Menard Florence Dalhart Monahans Wichita Falls Rider 1987-88 Happy Troup Orangefield Wichita Falls Round Rock Westwood 1988-89 Abbott ...

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