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High School Football And Volleyball Preview Plus Astros Stay Alive

Football continues tonight across the Red River Valley.
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The Paris Wildcats will look to pull even in the district with a 2-2 record as they host Terrell. Pregame with Steven Johnston and Robert High begins at 7:00 pm on 101.9 KBUS.

North Lamar is looking for their first win of the year, and they will be in Texarkana to play Pleasant Grove. Pregame on Mix 107.7 begins at 7:00 pm, and Adam Routon and Greg Higgins will have the call. Other action sees Honey Grove traveling to Cooper as the Bulldogs are looking to remain undefeated in the district. Chisum will try to bounce back tonight as they travel to Hooks. The Mustangs’ district standing is 2-1, and Rivercrest travels to Alba-Golden tonight.

They will not play the Detroit/Clarksville game. The Eagles will get a 1-0 win due to the Tigers forfeit. Other action sees Honey Grove traveling to Cooper to bounce back tonight as they travel to Hooks. The Mustangs are 2-1 in the district. Rivercrest travels to Alba-Golden tonight.

Wk 8
KBUS Terrell Honey Grove
Paris Cooper
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MIX North Lamar Chisum
Pleasant Grove Hooks
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Star 96 Gilmer Whitewright
Pittsburg S&S Consolidated
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Bells Rivercrest
Lone Oak Alba-Golden
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Canceled Sulphur Springs
Mt. Vernon

In volleyball tonight, the Paris Lady Cats hope to keep their momentum going when they travel to Liberty Eylau. North Lamar will be looking for some revenge as they take on Pleasant Grove on the road. Chisum hosts Lone Oak, Rivercrest hosts Maud, and Prairiland has the night off.

Needing a win to prolong their championship aspirations, the Houston Astros beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 Thursday night to force a Game 6. The victory came courtesy of a walk-off home run from Carlos Correa in the ninth inning. It’s Correa’s sixth homer of the postseason.

Marcell Ozuna homered twice, MVP candidate Freddie Freeman delivered the go-ahead hit off Clayton Kershaw, and the Atlanta Braves moved within one win of ending a two-decade World Series drought. They routed the Los Angeles Dodgers 10-2 on Thursday night. The Braves took a 3-1 lead in the NL Championship Series, bouncing back from getting pounded 15-3 the previous night. Atlanta will try to reach its first World Series since 1999 when it plays Game 5 Friday night.