PROSPER — In a series with excellent pitching and marquee hitters, Game 2 came down to a base-running trick play of sorts.
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UNIVERSITY PARK — When Moody won the coin flip and decided on a single-elimination game against the Trenton Lady Tigers, it chose that option because it didn’t want to try and beat Jordan Withrow twice.
PLANO — Once again playing the role of the underdog, the Melissa Cardinals wear the moniker well and are moving on the playoffs again.
PROSPER — A half-hour after getting their hearts ripped out by Palmer on Friday evening, Gunter’s players went right back to work.
BONHAM — In the third inning of Saturday’s Game 3 of the Class 3A regional semifinal series between Pilot Point and Hughes Springs, play came to an abrupt halt when the home plate umpire collapsed to the ground around 6 p.m. at the Bonham High School softball field.
KENNEDALE — For a lineup that has made a living of producing some heroics, what the Pottsboro Cardinals did to keep the season alive was their best effort yet.
WHITESBORO — Due to his height, Wiley Walsh made his presence known around the basket at both ends of the floor. But he always had an eye on expanding his range if he was going to play beyond high school.
MOUNT PLEASANT — For the second-straight night, a Van Alstyne pitcher threw a two-hit shutout as the Panthers swept District 15-3A champion Redwater with a 6-0 victory in Game 2 of a Class 3A Region II quarterfinal series Saturday at Mount Pleasant High School.
Three Sherman High School seniors announced their plans to play college sports on Friday while accompanied by friends and family members. (Top) Sherman senior Sam Dick signs a letter of intent to run track for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. (Middle) Senior Ana Acobyan announces her commitment to swim for Austin College. (Bottom) Senior Joseph Khalaf announces his commitment to play men’s soccer for Austin College.
Well this time of year an article like this is not what I was expecting to be working on. Our boat ramp is on life support. There are only a few guides working but they are reporting fair-to-good catches. There are some people in kayaks and canoes launched from the bank bass fishing but not many.