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HS Football Playoff Results Plus Cowboys Stop Losing Skid

Paris with the rematch we all wanted to see. Sports brought to you by RENO TIRE AND SERVICE CENTER.

On Friday night, the Paris Wildcats advanced past the Area Round of the playoffs with a 38-28 victory over Midlothian Heritage, as heard on 101.9 KBUS. The Jaguars scored on the Last play of the first half to take a 28-21 lead into the half. Paris’ defense stepped up in the second half, though, as they shut out Heritage. That sets a matchup with district opponent Melissa this Friday night in Commerce. Melissa and Paris were to play earlier in the district before they canceled the game due to a COVID forfeit by the Wildcats.

In other football action, Rivercrest fell to Crawford 44-6 while Cooper lost to Bosqueville 44-12. In six-man, Fannindel got by Gordon 60-40.

Playoffs Round Two
Star 96.9 Hughes Springs 28 K-Lake Waskom 28
West Rusk 52 Daingerfield 27
KBUS 101.9 Midlothian Heritage 38 KOYN 93.9 Bosqueville 44
Paris 28 Cooper 12
Star 96.9 West 21 MIX 107.7 Rivercrest 6
Mt. Vernon 24 Crawford 44
6 Man Fannindel 60
Gordon 40
Playoffs Round Three
KBUS Melissa Star 96.9 Pine Tree
Paris Mt. Vernon
6 Man Fannindel
Strawn School

On the hardwood Friday night, the North Lamar Pantherettes got by Chisum 37-22. Prairiland defeated Daingerfield 55-11, and the North Lamar Panthers lost to Whitewright 55-36. The Paris Wildcats beat Anna.

On Saturday, the Pantherettes lost to Edgewood 65-16, the Lady Patriots defeated Hawkins 37-35, and the Chisum Mustangs beat Sulphur Bluff 66-49.

Today, the Detroit Lady Eagles will play Hooks at home. The North Lamar Pantherettes will host Sherman, Prairiland Lady Patriots will travel to Bland, the Chisum girls are at Rivercrest, and Honey Grove hosts Tioga.

The Paris Wildcats will host Chisum, Prairiland host North Lamar, and the Detroit boys will travel to Quinlan Boles.

Andy Dalton returned from a two-game absence to throw three touchdown passes, hitting Dalton Schultz for a 2-yard score with 1:37 left to lift Dallas over the Minnesota Vikings 31-28 on Sunday to stop the Cowboys’ four-game losing streak. Dalton went 22 for 32 for 203 yards, and one interception after fill-ins Ben DiNucci and Garrett Gilbert started the previous two games.