Paris – Tomorrow night is the night. The Paris Wildcats are 8-3 bi-district champions and read for the area round of the Texas high school football playoffs. They’ll take on the Alvarado Indians Friday night at Longview’s Lobo Stadium. Paris advanced to the 2nd round after shutting out Crandall last week 21-0. Alvarado is 9-2 and defeated Springtown 52-34. Kickoff from Longview on 101.9 KBUS is at 7:30.
The Gilmer Buckeyes are 10-1 district and bi-district champions and ready for the area round of the Texas high school football playoffs. They’ll take on the Melissa Cardinals on Friday at Mesquite’s Hanby Stadium. The Buckeyes advanced after a win last week over Diboll 50-28 while Melissa is 9-3 and defeated Dallas Lincoln 36-14. Kickoff tomorrow night in Mesquite is at 7:30.
The Cumby Trojans are 9-2 bi-district champions and ready for the area round of the Texas high school football playoffs. They’ll take on the Iola Bulldogs on Friday at Palestine Westwood High School. Cumby advanced after a win last week over Hubbard 52-36. Iola is 7-4 and defeated Grapeland 23-6. Kickoff on Friday night in Palestine is set for 7pm.
Last night the Dallas Mavericks fall to the Boston Celtics 90-83. Harrison Barnes led the Mavs with 28 points on the night. Point guards Daron Williams and J. J. Barea left the game with injuries. Isaiah Thomas scored 30 for Boston. The Mavs have now lost three straight and are 2-8 on the season. Dallas returns to the American Airline Center tomorrow night against the Memphis Grizzlies. Tip off is at 7:30.
The Dallas Stars are back on the ice tonight at the A-A-C against the Colorado Avalanche. The Stars are 6-6-5 with 17 points on the season. It’s been a rough start for Dallas, ranking 14th in goals per game with 2.6 and 26th in goals against, allowing 3.4. Puck drop tonight in Dallas between the Stars and Avalanche is set for 7:30.
And on Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys look to make it 9 straight when they host the Baltimore Ravens at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys are lead by reigning NFC Offensive Player of the Week, Ezekiel Elliott, who totaled over 200 yards and scored three touchdowns against Pittsburgh. Kickoff on Sunday afternoon between Dallas and Baltimore [on 101.9 KBUS] is set for noon.