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High School Volleyball Plus World Series Game 6 Tonight In Today’s Sports Update

Sports Report for Tuesday, October 27
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The Paris High volleyball team defeated North Lamar 3-1 in their tiebreaker match Monday night. Paris dominated the first set, North Lamar won the second, and Paris gets the last two wins. They tied the fourth 6-6 before Paris scored ten straight points. NL rallied to tie the game at 24 before the Lady Cats won the final two. Paris will now play Bullard in the bi-district round of the playoffs, while North Lamar will have to have the No. 2 team in the state, Lindale. Both games are Thursday night.

Here’s the Week 9 schedule for football…

Wk 10 PARIS-OFF
KBUS Honey Grove Wolfe City
Rivercrest Cooper
MIX Gilmer Prairiland
North Lamar Pewitt
Star 96 Pottsboro Howe
Mt. Vernon Bonham
K-Lake Mt. Pleasant Dekalb
Whitehouse Chisum
Maud Boles
Clarksville Detroit
Star 95 Sulphur Springs Commerce
Royse City Winnsboro
Spring Hill Bells
Pittsburg Whitewright
6-Man Gold-Burg
Fannindel

Tonight, another tiebreaker happens between Rivercrest and Detroit in Detroit to determine No. 2 and 3 seeds going into the playoffs.
The Prairiland Lady Patriots will play Pottsboro in their first-round matchup. That game will be at 7:30 on Thursday in the Princeton auxiliary gym.

A source told ESPN that they don’t think the suspension will happen for Washington Football Team linebacker Jon Bostic for the headshot that knocked Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton out of Week 7. Officials ejected Bostic Sunday following the hit. According to reports, Dalton flew back to Dallas with his teammates but had no memory of the play.

Game 6 of the World Series is tonight, with the Dodgers needing one win to earn their first championship since 1988.