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Friday’s Sports

The Atlanta Braves shutout the Marlins 7-0 Thursday and lead the series 3-0 and are No. 1 in the NL East. Houston did not have a problem with the Athletics beating them 11-6, and the Astros have a 3-1 lead and are second in the AL West to advance. The Yankees tied their series up 2-2 after winning over the Rays 5-1. The Los Angeles Dodgers lead 3-0 with a 12-3 victory over the Padres, and they are No. 1 in the NL West.

The Dodgers have their fourth postseason series against Atlanta, which swept Miami in the other NLDS played about four hours away in Houston. Houston’s fourth consecutive AL Championship Series begins Monday in San Diego against either the New York Yankees or Tampa Bay Rays.

They told Tennessee players they could not gather together for any in-person activities either at the club’s facility or elsewhere a day before several Titans worked out at a private school. The NFL closed both the Tennessee and Minnesota facilities Sept. 29. The Titan’s outbreak increased to 23 Thursday.

Chicago Bears 20 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19

Baylor University suspended all football-related activities to further evaluate recent positive tests for COVID-19 and complete close-contact tracing. The Bears are taking all possible precautions and focusing on playing the scheduled game with Oklahoma State at McLane Stadium on Oct. 17.

Sulphur Springs held their Homecoming at Gerald Prim Thursday. The Wildcats and Hallsville pulled the plug on their game Friday because of COVID concerns.

Garland 42 – North Garland 0
Jasper 42 – Rusk 21
Kemp 37 – Eustace 36
McKinney 21 – Skyline 13
Rockwall 44 – Carroll 42

Argyle at Anna
Arp at West Rusk
Atlanta at Gladewater
Blue Ridge at Bells
Canton at Bullard
Celeste at Honey Grove
Center at Carthage
Clarksville at James Bowie
Corsicana at Whitehouse
Cumby at Boles
Ford at Farmersville
Forney at Texas High
Gunter at Leonard
Hallsville at Sulphur Springs CANCELED
Harleton at New Diana
Harmony at Quitman
Hawkins at Big Sandy
Henderson at Lindale
Hughes Springs at Waskom
Jefferson at Sabine
Kaufman at Terrell
Liberty Eylau at North Lamar
Lone Oak at Whitewright
Mabank at Kilgore
Marshall at McKinney North
Maud at Detroit
McKinney Boyd at Rockwall Heath
Mineola at Mt Vernon
Mt Enterprise at Overton
Mt Pleasant at Greenville
Nederland at Jacksonville
New Boston at Tatum
Palmer at Edgewood
Paul Pewitt at Chisum
Pleasant Grove at Pittsburg
Prairiland at Daingerfield
Princeton at Lovejoy
Queen City at Ore City
Rains at Howe
Redwater at DeKalb
Royce City at Wylie East
Spring at Gilmer
Sunnyvale at Caddo Mills
Tyler Legacy at Longview
Union Grove at Beckville
Union Hill –
Wills Point at Community
Winnsboro at Bonham
Winona at Troup
Wolfe City at Como-Pickton