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3 hrs ago | The Clifton Record Online
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.
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4 hrs ago | Denton Record-Chronicle
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.
The Yorktown Wildcats came back strong in the final innings but it was not enough to catch up with Kenedy losing 5-8 in seven innings on March 7 at home.
The Panthers finished 1-2-1 for the weekend. Here's the game breakdown: After falling behind 3-0 in the third inning, the North Lamar Panthers were able to rally for the tie.
GEORGE TULEY/SPECIAL TO THE CALLER-TIMES G-P goalie Zack Flores moves toward the ball after a Ray corner kick by Mateo Rodriguez as the Wildcats defense, including Edgar Lopez , reacts Monday at the Cabaniss Multipurpose Stadium.
Texas Tech's Ryan Long puts out New Mexico State's Derek Umphres while turning a double play during their game on Friday in Lubbock.
In their final pre-conference series, the Longhorns won three out of four games against Hawai'i.
Howard Putter has a good feeling about his Byron Nelson boys soccer team. The Bobcats are streaking into the playoffs.
The Summit boys soccer team is hammering its way through district competition this season, but a 1-1 draw on Friday reminded coach David McDonald that there is an area his team still needs to shore up.
Huntsville took a 6-2 victory against Caney Creek on Friday night. The Lady Hornets scored a pair of runs in the first inning, another in the fourth, then brought in three in the sixth inning when Paige Pacher hit a two-RBI triple and eventually scored on an overthrow to home plate.
Before she dominated the courts and arenas of Conference USA as a UTEP Miner, before she trounced all comers in District 1-4A as an Irvin Rocket, Kayla Thornton owned third-grade recess.
In returning to District 2-5A action for the first time in 11 days, the Tascosa Rebels had trouble hitting the ball Saturday afternoon against Lubbock Coronado.
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