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Rangers outfielder Michael Choice reminds manager of a former teammate. But out of deference to baseball superstitions or out of fairness to Choice, he's not saying who.
Jordan Lee and Dawson Yates each had two hits for the Islanders . A&M-Corpus Christi starter Trevor Belicek collected a tough-luck loss, tossing 7.2 solid innings, surrendering six hits and three walks with seven strikeouts.
Good morning boys and girls, smell of baseball is in there. Here are some stories to hold you over until opening day.
Trenton Lafleur did most of the work in one half for Amarillo High, which was more than enough to clinch the boys District 5-4A soccer title Saturday afternoon.
It ended in a draw for the season baseball series between Canyon and Randall on Saturday at Conner Park, but it turned out to be fairly good news for both teams in opening District 3-4A play.
Justan Bailey and Colten Graham led the Bobcats with two hits apiece, with Bailey driving home four runs and Graham another three.
After opening District 2-5A play with three games in which it seemed nothing could go right offensively, the Mustangs took out their frustration on Odessa Permian early and often on Saturday afternoon at O'Banion Field.
Wichita Falls scored six runs in the top of the seventh inning to run away with a 9-4 win at Bronco Field to remain perfect in District 5-4A play.
The Austin College baseball team fell in both halves of its doubleheader against Texas Lutheran on Friday evening, falling 2-1 in game one and 4-1 in game two to drop the 'Roos to 2-14 overall and 0-5 in Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play.
Ryan junior Grant Gohlke, left, tags third base for an out as Flower Mound Marcus junior Ashton Easley slides in Friday at Raider Field.
Roosevelt's Lisette Trujillo catches Churchill's Caroline Bowers with an inadvertent shot to the nose.
The Lady Bulldogs soccer team continued their push for a playoff berth on Monday March 10 against the Medina Valley Panthers, and played hard the whole game before falling by a final score of 1-0.
By the time Ryan was in the midst of its football playoff run last fall, Cameron Williams already had been taken off the roster.
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.
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.