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In their district opener, the Clarksville Lady Tigers defeated Rivercrest 41-25. Lauren Hardman led the way with 6 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 steals.
The Paris Wildcats defeated Clarksville 77-23. Gary Savage finished with 20 points, and Jaelyn Lee had 17.
The Chisum Mustangs improved to 8-1 on the season with a 52-40 win over Blue Ridge. Keaston Lawrence finished with 24 points for Chisum.
The Rivercrest Rebels defeated Paul Pewitt 93-39 on Saturday. On Friday, they defeated Pittsburg 87-25.
The North Lamar Panthers fell to Aubrey 61-39, and the Prairiland Lady Patriots lost to Liberty Eylau 62-25.
Andy Dalton was good enough to return to Cincinnati, tossing two touchdown passes and helping lead the Dallas Cowboys to a 30-7 win over the Bengals on Sunday.
The Cowboy’s defense helped as they caused three fumbles on Cincinnati’s first three possessions. One fumble was returned for a touchdown leading to 17 first-half points by the Cowboys. In his first game back at Paul Brown Stadium, Dalton went 16 for 23 for 185 yards, as the Cowboys stayed in contention in the weak NFC East. He threw an 11-yard, second-quarter touchdown to Amari Cooper and hit Tony Pollard for a 7-yard score with 2:00 left.
The Cleveland Indians could change their team name. Some have long criticized their name as offensive toward Native Americans, and the decision comes after the Washington Football Team of the NFL changed its name earlier this year. Cleveland’s official announcement regarding the change could come this week.