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High School Football Plus Mavs And Stars Lose On The Road In Today’s Sports

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On Friday evening the 8-and-2 Paris Wildcats will take on the 9-and-2 Kennedale Wildcats at McKinney’s Ron Poe Stadium. We will have the coverage on 101.9 KBUS beginning at 6:30 with the pregame. Kickoff is set for 7:00 pm. In other Area round playoff games, Detroit will play Grapeland Friday at 7:00 pm at Athens High School. While Clarksville plays Evadale 3:00 pm on Friday at Beckville High School.

Daingerfield will battle Harmony at Pine Tree Friday afternoon at 2:00 pm on STAR 96.9, Mt Vernon will take on James Madison at Forney at 4:00 pm on KLAKE 97.7, Pittsburg will face Rusk Friday night at Allen Eagle Stadium at 7:30 pm STAR 96.9, Gilmer and Fairfield will clash Friday at 2:00 pm at Athens and Union Hill will take on Milford Friday night November 30 at 7:30 pm.

In Six-man action, Fannindel will take on Iradell Friday at 5:00 pm in Italy, Texas.

In high school basketball yesterday, the North Lamar Pantherettes took care of Greenville on the road 40–23.

On the ice last night the Stars fell to the New York Rangers 2–1. Tyler Seguin has the only goal for Dallas. Goalie Ben Bishop has to leave the game after the second period with a lower-body injury. Dallas will be in Pittsburgh on Wednesday night.

The Dallas Mavericks lost to Memphis 98–88. Luka Doncic and DeAndre Jordan both had double-doubles for Dallas. Doncic finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds while Jordan had 17 points and 20 boards. Next up for the Mavs is Brooklyn on Wednesday night.

Last night in Monday Night Football, it was the battle of 9-1 teams..and the rams and the Chiefs didn’t disappoint, scoring the third most points on MNF history. LA scored late to take the contest 54-51. Patrick Mahomes threw for a career-high 478 yards. He threw six touchdown passes to tie his career best and set a record for a Monday Night Football game.

The Washington Redskins have signed quarterback Mark Sanchez to back up Colt McCoy. Starting quarterback Alex Smith broke the tibia and fibula in his right leg during Sunday’s 23-21 loss to the Houston Texans. McCoy, in his fifth season with Washington, will start in Smith’s place, but the Redskins had no other quarterback on the roster or even on the practice squad. They opted for Sanchez from a group that included E.J. Manuel, Kellen Clemens, Josh Johnson, and T.J. Yates.

If Texas is going to wrap up a bid to the Big 12 title game, it will have to do it without its biggest supporter. Bevo XV, the famed Texas mascot, won’t be on the field for Friday’s game against Kansas because the Jayhawks have a rule prohibiting live mascots. Bevo will miss the action for a Thanksgiving week game for just the second time in 73 years, according to the school.

The Big 12 publicly reprimanded Breckyn Hager on Monday after the Texas defensive end slammed rival Oklahoma following a postgame interview with reporters Saturday night. Wearing a cowboy hat and sunglasses with his hair braided, Hager was walking back to the locker room after Texas’ victory over Iowa State when a reporter informed him that the Sooners had just given up 40 points to Kansas. Hager turned around and said, “Hey, OU has no defense.” Hager then stopped again, pointed to a nearby clock and added: “Wait, wait — it’s 11:12 and what? OU still sucks.”

Arkansas defensive backs Kamren Curl and Ryan Pulley have been suspended for the Razorbacks’ final regular-season game against Missouri on Friday after the two were seen socializing with members of the Mississippi State dance team prior to kickoff on Saturday. A local reporter said he saw Curl and Pulley taking photos and talking with members of the Bulldogs’ spirit squad during pregame warm-ups. Arkansas lost the game in Starkville, Mississippi, 52-6.