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High School Volleyball Plus Cowboys Collapse In Today’s Sports

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Tonight on Mix 107.7, the North Lamar Pantherettes will take on fourth-ranked Farmersville in the regional quarterfinals at 7:00 pm. The winner advances to the regional tournament this Friday night at Mesquite Poteet High School.

The Paris Wildcats have moved up to No. 8 in this week’s Harris Poll. Paris finished the regular season with a 7–2 overall record and 5–1 in the district. The Wildcats have a bye this week as they await their bi-district opponent.

On Mix 107.7 Friday night, the North Lamar Panthers will close out their season on the road against the Melissa Cardinals. Pregame is at 6:30 with kickoff at 7:00 pm.

On Monday night football the Dallas Cowboys lost 28–14 to the Tennessee Titans. The Cowboys offense managed less than 300 yards with only 72 on the ground. The 3–5 Cowboys will be at Philadelphia this Sunday night.

The Texas Rangers introduced new manager Chris Woodward on Monday. Woodward joins Texas after spending the last three seasons as the LA Dodgers third base coach.

And the Dallas lost in overtime last night 2–1 in Boston. They will play at Columbus tonight to finish their six-game road trip.

Le’Veon Bell has not had contact with the Pittsburgh Steelers this week, and barring an unforeseen development in the next few days, is not expected to report to the team in time for Thursday night’s game against the Panthers, increasing the possibility that the star running back will not play at all this season. Bell faces a deadline of Nov. 13 to report in order to play at all this season. Under the terms of the collective bargaining agreement, Bell must report to the Steelers by 4:00 pm ET next Tuesday or he will be ineligible for the remainder of the season.

Bruce Arians told The Canton Repository on Sunday that the Cleveland Browns’ head-coaching position is the only job for which he’d be willing to come out of retirement. “Cleveland is the only job I would consider,” said Arians, who was in Cleveland with CBS as part of the broadcast team for Sunday’s Kansas City Chiefs-Browns game. Arians, 66, also touted his former boss with the Indianapolis Colts as a possibility for Brown’s General Manager John Dorsey to consider. “My guy would be Chuck Pagano,” Arians told the newspaper.

After another poor performance, the Los Angeles Chargers released Caleb Sturgis on Monday, the team announced. The 29-year-old kicker missed two extra points and a 42-yard field goal in a 25-17 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, pushing all three kicks wide left. Michael Badgley was signed from the practice squad to the active roster.

Cleveland Cavaliers interim coach Larry Drew has agreed to a contract to remain interim head coach for the rest of this season — and receive a partially guaranteed deal for the 2019-20 season. Drew and the Cavaliers have been negotiating a solution to the issues that surrounded his reluctance to accept the interim role without receiving more guaranteed money than the customary bump up in assistant coaching salary that Drew will get to finish out this season.

Here is the schedule for this week—the final week of the regular season: Mt Pleasant travels to Nacogdoches on KLAKE 97.7, New Boston is at Mt Vernon on STAR 96.9, Sulphur Springs is at North Forney on STAR 95.9, Daingerfield is at New Diana, Paul Pewitt is at Queen City, Pittsburg will host Spring Hill, Gilmer is at Liberty-Eylau and Hughes Springs is off.