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High School Football And Volleyball Plus Cowboys Continue Free Fall In Today’s Sports

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Steven Johnston with the call Friday night on 101.9 KBUS. The Paris Wildcats with a 75-yard interception return for a TD. Paris defeated Kaufman 35-21 to move into third place in the district.

On Mix 107.7, they shutout the North Lamar Panthers once again. This time 61-0 goes to Pittsburg. It’s the fourth game in a row North Lamar has failed to score a point.

The Prairiland Patriots got their first win of the district. A 31-28 victory over Redwater. James Bowie defeated Detroit 30-24, and it was Cumby with a 46-6 win over Clarksville. In six-man action, Fannindel got by Forestburg 53-6.

Wk 9
KBUS Paris 35 Cooper 28
Kaufman 21 Como-Picton 6
MIX Pittsburg 61 Redwater 28
North Lamar 0 Prairiland 31
Star 96 Winnsboro 30 Alba-Golden 12
Mt. Vernon 28 Honey Grove 38
K-Lake Texas High 42 James Bowie 30
Mt. Pleasant 24 Detroit 24
Clarksville 6 S&S Consolidated 3
Cumby 46 Bells 49
6-Man Forestburg 6
Fannindel 53
Canceled Sulphur Springs Forfeit
Commerce Forfeit
Bonham Forfeit

In volleyball Friday, the North Lamar Pantherettes defeated Pittsburg in three sets while Paris lost a close game to Pleasant Grove in 5. Those two teams finished 5-5 in the district and will play tonight at 6:00 pm to determine playoff seeding. The game will be at Chisum high school.
Detroit lost to Maud on Friday in five sets. They will play Rivercrest at home on Tuesday to determine who gets 2nd and 3rd seed in the district, and on Saturday, the Prairiland Lady Patriots lost to Rains in three sets. Prairiland will enter the playoffs as the No. 2 seed.

Washington’s defense finally clamped down on a struggling opponent, piling up six sacks, an interception, and a forced fumble that became a safety in a 25-3 blowout of the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday that snapped a five-game skid. Andy Dalton was 9 of 19 for 75 yards before being injured and walking off under his power to undergo a concussion evaluation.

And the Dodgers are one win away from winning the World Series after a 4-2 win last night. They lead the series 3-2. Game six is on Tuesday night.