District basketball continues tonight as Paris hosts Liberty Eylau. The boys look to remain undefeated in the district while the girls are hoping to build off their win Friday at North Lamar.
Prairiland travels to cooper. Both the Patriots and Lady Patriots are hoping to rebound from Friday’s loss against Mt Vernon.
Detroit hosts Rivercrest. Clarksville travels to Linden-Kildare. Honey Grove is at Bland while Roxton travels to Yantis. North Lamar and Chisum are both off.
Tuesday High School basketball schedule
Texas High at Mt Pleasant (boys and girls)
Chapel Hill at Commerce (boys and girls)
Daingerfield at Elysian Fields (boys and girls)
Winnsboro at Mt Vernon (boys and girls)
Tatum at Hughes Springs (boys and girls)
The Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball team defeat UT Permian Basin 92-58 this past weekend. The Lions jumped out to a quick lead and led the entire game.
The win brings the Lions to 12-6 on the season and 7-3 in the Lone Star Conference.
The Commerce men’s basketball team also defeated UT Permian Basin by a score of 85-78. In a game that featured 14 ties and 13 lead changes, the Lions were able to pull ahead in the final minutes of the game to get the win.
The win brings the Lions to 15-4 on the season and 7-2 in the Lone Star Conference.
North Texas offensive coordinator Graham Harrell on Monday night accepted an offer to become USC’s new offensive coordinator. Harrell replaces Kliff Kingsbury, who briefly held the coordinator post at USC before leaving to become head coach of the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals. The 33-year-old Harrell also followed Kingsbury as a record-setting quarterback for Texas Tech and developed his coaching style in the Air Raid offense popularized by Mike Leach, who coached both Harrell and Kingsbury with the Red Raiders. Harrell spent the past three seasons as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at North Texas,
If you trust the world of computer simulation, you might want to go ahead and pick the Los Angeles Rams to beat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII. At least that’s what EA Sports’ Madden NFL 19 is saying. The video game company is taking LA to beat New England 30-27 in what would be a compelling game based on how it predicts the game would unfold. The Rams beat the Patriots in this simulation-based heavily off the play of defensive lineman Aaron Donald, who sacked Tom Brady four times and hit him seven times to win the Super Bowl MVP award. Based on EA’s version of the game, the Patriots and Rams were tied at 20-20 entering the fourth quarter.
Tennessee handled its first week at No. 1 in more than a decade well enough to stay on top in the AP College basketball poll. The top six teams in the poll remained unchanged, with Duke sitting at No. 2, followed by Virginia, Gonzaga, Michigan and Michigan State. Kentucky, Nevada, North Carolina, and Marquette round out the top 10.