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For starters, Lewis' No. 7-ranked Panthers hadn't lost a District 27-5A game in three years, so it's not as if she had much experience dealing with such moments.
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The Buttons defeated Addison Trinity Christian on penalty kicks to secure their fourth state title in the last eight seasons and the first since 2009.
The Paris Wildcats brought back the varsity boys team trophy from the Gilmer Buckeye Relays Friday, while the Lady Cats finished fourth and the JV boys were second in their divisions.
The North Lamar Pantherettes only needed three innings to defeat Crandall on Wednesday afternoon.
Magnolia West started off the game scoring five runs in the first inning and four runs in the second, and never allowed Rudder to catch up.
Rachel Denny Clow/Caller-Times Flour Bluff's Rivers Ewing set down the final seven hitters he faced in a complete-game, 4-1 victory over Ray on Wednesday at Whataburger Field.
In the run-rule that ended in 5 innings, the Rebels started the game on a tear, with Blake Blessie and Garrett Chalker each knocking in runs.
Ladycats third baseman McKenzie Bain lays down a bunt in early action of Mexia's game against the Fairfield Lady Eagles Tuesday afternoon.
It was a high scoring affair from the start at Zachry Field Wednesday afternoon as Cigarroa and Miller went toe to toe.
Frenship baseball coach Chad Reynolds had a good nucleus of players coming back for 2014, but he also had a couple of big holes in the middle of his lineup left due to graduation.
As a sophomore pitcher on Guyer's junior varsity team a couple of years ago, Daulton Horton threw more than 115 pitches in each of his first three starts.
The Clifton Cubs started District 21-2A play with a 15-0 run rule win over the Hamilton Bulldogs on March 3. Zach Potts got the win on the mound after pitching three shutout innings.
The final batter Lake Dallas sophomore pitcher Grant Landry faced went like most of the others he saw on Tuesday night.
The Rebels were their own worst enemy in their District 2-5A game against San Angelo Central, committing three first-inning errors that led to four unearned runs.
Tascosa boys soccer coach Tommy Willis said he knew his team faced a difficult second-half challenge against a Midland Lee offense and a headwind of more than 25 mph.
The Cuero Gobblers and Lady Gobblers varsity track team participated at the Tom Tom Relays in Yoakum on March 1. Cuero girl's track coach Donica Owens said, "The point total was really close between 2nd, 3rd, 4th , and 5th.