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The Hughes Springs Lady Mustangs are heading to Austin today to get ready for tomorrow’s Final four games with Grandview. The Class 3A state semifinal showdown between #1 Grandview and #3 Hughes Springs will be the second meeting between the two teams. Grandview beat Hughes Springs, 5-2, on March 3. Now the teams will square off for a spot in the state championship game. First pitch is set for 3:00 pm Wednesday with the weather calling for sunny skies and a high near 99 degrees. You can hear the game broadcast on STAR 96.9 and starcountry969.com.

This week we are going to look at district baseball awards starting with Chisum High School.

Newcomer of the Year Levi Weems

1st team pitcher Chey Tyson

1st team Outfielder Brycen Chadwick

2nd Team Pitcher Trent Nickerson

2nd Team Outfield Roby Pridemore

Honorable Mentions:

Tanner Flippen

Trey Good

Chase McCleskey

CJ Weems

Tanner Allen

Coy McGhee

Congratulations to all the Mustang baseball players.

And the Rangers fell to Seattle yesterday 2-1. The Rangers lone run came in the third. Game 2 of that series will be tonight on 1490 AM and 96.3 FM KPLT. Pregame at 8:30, first pitch at 9:10.

Game 1 of The Stanley Cup Final goes to the Vegas Golden Knights as they took down Washington 6-4.

It’s official: Kyle Busch can win everywhere. Busch marked off the only track where a points-race victory had eluded him on Sunday night, leading 377 of 400 laps in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Busch is the only driver in NASCAR’s modern era to win a points race at every NASCAR track on the schedule.

Defending national champion Florida earned the No. 1 seed in the NCAA baseball tournament on Monday, leading four SEC teams among the top eight seeds and a record-tying 10 schools overall from the league. Stanford the No. 2 national seed, followed by Oregon State, SEC tournament champion Ole Miss, Arkansas, North Carolina, Florida State and Georgia.


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Houston 101 GSW 92—Rockets will now face Cleveland in the finals starting Thursday night at 8:00 pm.