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Area Playoff Matchups Friday Night Plus Mavs Draft Results In Today’s Sports Update

Area playoff matchups are coming your way Friday night. Sports brought to you by RENO TIRE AND SERVICE CENTER.

On Friday night, the Paris Wildcats will host a playoff game for the first time since 1988. The game will also be a rematch from week 4 when Paris beat Midlothian Heritage 28-14 on the road. This time the number 5 ranked Midlothian Heritage will travel up here to face Paris. You can hear that game on 101.9 KBUS. Robert High and I will have all the action beginning with a 7:00 pm pregame show.

On Mix 107.7, the Rivercrest Rebels will try to get past the Area Round as they play the No. 7 ranked Crawford. Along with Aaron Routon, Adam Routon will have all the action from the Gopher Warrior Bowl in Grand Prairie starting at 7:00 pm with a pregame.

And on KOYN 93.9, the Cooper Bulldogs will try to build on their winning streak when they play Bosqueville in Rusk. Mike Clark and Tom Caldwell will have the play by play beginning at 7:00 pm with the pregame.

Playoffs Round Two
Thursday
Star 96.9 Hughes Springs K-Lake Waskom
West Rusk Daingerfield
Friday
KBUS 101.9 Midlothian Heritage KOYN 93.9 Bosqueville
Paris Cooper
Star 96.9 West MIX 107.7 Rivercrest
Mt. Vernon Crawford
6 Man Fannindel
Gordon

Last night at the NBA draft, The Philadelphia 76ers sent Josh Richardson and the No. 36-pick in the 2020 draft to the Dallas Mavericks in exchange for Seth Curry. With that pick, Dallas selected Tyler Bey out of Colorado. Dallas also drafted Josh Green with the 18th pick and Tyrell Terry at 31.

Kansas’ postponed the Nov. 21 game versus Texas to Dec. 12, the school announced Wednesday. The Jayhawks didn’t meet the Big 12’s minimum position requirements due to injuries and contact tracing. Kansas has received five positive COVID-19 tests since Nov. 8 due to an outbreak.