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HS Basketball Underway Plus Football Playoffs Radio Preview In Today’s Sports Update

Last night on the hardwood, the North Lamar Pantherettes coasted to a 63-22 win over Clarksville. North Lamar finished with four girls in double-figure scoring. Maddie Walters had 13 Mylee Nottingham, and Cydnie Malone each had 12, and Sloane Hill added 10.

The Prairiland Lady Patriots lost to Leonard 52-44. The game was tied at 31 after three quarters before Leonard pulled away.

East Texas Broadcasting Football Playoff Coverage

Thursday

K-Lake – Daingerfield vs. Grand Saline 7:00 pm Rebel Field Ore City

Star 96.9 – Hughes Springs vs. Anderson-Shiro 7:00 pm Bruce Field Athens

Friday

Star 96.9 – Mt. Vernon vs. Gladewater 7:00 pm Wildcat Stadium Emory

North –

Thursday

KBUS – Paris vs. Lincoln 7:00 pm Sprague Field – Dallas

Mix – Rivercrest vs. Collinsville 7:30 pm Warrior Stadium Bonham

Friday

Mix – Cooper vs. Trenton 7:30 pm Memorial Stadium Commerce

Jerry Jones all but eliminated the possibility of the Dallas Cowboys selecting a quarterback in the first round of the 2021 draft, calling the idea crazy. Jones told a Dallas radio station on Wednesday that Dak is out as a quarterback.

Saturday’s SEC game between Tennessee and No. 5 Texas A&M has been postponed and rescheduled for Dec. 12 amid COVID-19 concerns, the conference announced Tuesday.

The Aggies currently have three active coronavirus cases within their football program, including two people who traveled for last week’s win over South Carolina. The tilt becomes the third conference game postponed this week, following Auburn-Mississippi State and Alabama-LSU.

NFL owners unanimously approved a proposal to add one playoff team to each conference if meaningful regular-season games that COVID-19 canceled, commissioner Roger Goodell announced Tuesday, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

The arrangement would not include reseeding teams in the postseason.