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High School Football Wrap Up In Today’s Sports Update

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On Friday night, the Paris Wildcats defeated the Celina Bobcats 10–7 in OT. Celina missed a 37-yard field goal at the end of regulation while Paris connected on a 38 yard FG overtime. Bubba Gray made an interception to stop Celina’s offensive possession in the OT period. Luke Hohenberger finished with 106 yards in the air and a TD.

In Canton, the North Lamar Panthers fell 65–19. Matthew Sandlin finished with 235 yards rushing, and three scored. Sandlin has all 6 TD’s for North Lamar this season. Cooper fell to Collinsville 40–33 as Jaxson McGuire finished with 128 yards on the ground and two touchdowns.

Rivercrest beat Detroit 40–6 as the Rebels finished with 414 total yards of offense. It was Whitewright 36 and Honey Grove 14, Clarksville got past Linden-Kildare 9–8, Wolfe City beat Chisum 13–7, and Prairiland defeated Tom Bean 56–19.

Paris 10

Gilmer 7

Canton 65

North Lamar 19

Tatum 17

Daingerfield 8

Collinsville 40

Cooper 33

Rivercrest 40

Detroit 6

Wolfe City 13

Chisum 7

Prairiland 56

Tom Bean 19

Whitewright 36

Honey Grove 14

Mt. Vernon 36

Pittsburg 7

Alba-Golden 34

Big Sandy 0

Trenton 35

Maud 16

S&S Consolidated 14

Callisburg 0

Bells 47

Howe 24

Redwater 28

New Diana 0

Eustace 32

Lone Oak 7

Scurry-Rosser 28

Quitman 21

Queen City 18

Union Grove 14

Chapel Hill 38

Kaufman 33

Mineola 41

Wills Point 10

Pail Pewitt 40

Atlanta 21

Harmony 38

Hughes Springs 34

Dekalb 15

New Boston

Kilgore 32

Terrell 7

Van Alstyne 54

Bonham 24

Tonight in volleyball, Chisum travels to Emory to face Rains. Prairiland is in Edgewood. Detroit hosts Avery.

The Dallas Stars will try to take a 2–0 lead tonight in the Western Conference finals after a 1–0 victory on Sunday. Dallas and Vegas will square off at 7:00 pm from Edmonton.

The Texas Rangers have lost six in a row including a four-game sweep against the Seattle Mariners. The latest an 8–4 loss on Monday afternoon. Texas is back home tonight to play the LA Angels. Pregame on 1490 AM and 96.3 FM KPLT is at 6:30. First pitch at 7:05.