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High School Football Friday Plus Volleyball In Today’s Sports Update

More football cancellations. Sports brought to you by RENO TIRE AND SERVICE CENTER.

On Thursday evening, Paris ISD Facebook reported that París High School would be canceling football tonight against Melissa and next Friday against Anna. According to the 7-4A D1 DEC rules, the games will result in forfeit losses for Paris. Due to the cancellation 101.9, KBUS will be broadcasting Prairiland at Chisum this evening. Pregame with Steven Johnston and Billy Norris begins at 7:00.

On Mix 107.7, the North Lamar Panthers will travel to Wills Point for a 7:30 kickoff. Pregame with Adam Routon and myself begins at 7:00 pm. In other action tonight, Clarksville at Joaquin, Honey Grove hosts Como-Pickton, and Wolfe City travels to Rivercrest.

Week 5 Schedule
Canceled Paris Wolfe City Gunter
Melissa Rivercrest Whitewright
MIX North Lamar Sulphur Springs Pittsburg
Wills Point Wakeland Trinity-Addison
K-Lake Daingerfield Como-Pickton Clarksville
Dekalb Honey Grove Joaquin
Wylie Hughes Springs Leonard
Mt. Pleasant New Diana Bells
KBUS Prairiland Commerce Rains
Chisum Bonham Mt. Vernon

In district volleyball tonight, Prairiland will try to remain undefeated as they travel to Chisum. Paris High will try to rebound from Tuesday’s heartbreaking loss to Gilmer when they travel to Pittsburg.

Speaking of Gilmer, they’ll be back in town tonight to play North Lamar. Detroit travels to Sulphur Bluff, and Rivercrest is at Linden Kildare.

The PAC-12’s CEO group voted to open the conference’s football season, Nov. 6. They had initially decided to postpone play until the spring due to COVID-19 concerns. They will play a seven-game conference-only schedule and hold a title game on Dec. 18. They release the full schedule in the coming days.

The Dallas Cowboys are getting set to take on Seattle this Sunday up in Washington. The Cowboys seem likely to have a crucial secondary member this Sunday, though, as rookie Trevon Diggs, who suffered a shoulder injury in Week 2 vs. the Atlanta Falcons and missed practice on Wednesday, is expected to start vs. Seattle.

The Dallas Stars will try to pull even in the Stanley cup final tonight in Game 4. Tampa leads the best of seven series 2-1. Puck drops at 7:00 pm.