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HS Football Preview Plus M’s Beat Rangers


Photo by Tony Corso
It’s week three of the Texas High School Football season.
Paris – Tomorrow night the Prairiland Patriots welcome in the Winnsboro Raiders to Patriot Field on KOYN 93.9.  The North Lamar Panthers go to Greenville to face the Lions on MIX 107.7, while the Paris Wildcats make the trip to Sulphur Springs on 101.9 KBUS. The Chisum Mustangs visit Bells. The Cooper Bulldogs host Callisburg at Bulldog Stadium. The Rivercrest Rebels bring Trenton into the Swamp. The Honey Grove Warriors are on the road to play Blue Ridge. The Detroit Eagles kick off in Quinlan against Boles, and the Clarksville Tigers go to Big Sandy.
Mount Pleasant – Tomorrow night the Mt Pleasant Tigers take to the road to visit the Sherman Bearcats with the game carried live on KLAKE 97.7. The Mt Vernon Tigers are at home Friday evening to host the Hooks Hornets on STAR 96.9. The Paul Pewitt Brahmas kick off against the Hughes Springs Mustangs. The Pittsburg Pirates visit the Henderson Lions. The Rivercrest Rebels bring Trenton into The Swamp. The Daingerfield Tigers host the New Boston Lions, while the Gilmer Buckeyes bring in Liberty Christian. Kickoff tomorrow night is at 7:30.
Sulphur Springs – Tomorrow night the Sulphur Springs Wildcats welcome in the Paris Wildcats to Prim Stadium. The game will be carried live on STAR 95.9. The Mt Vernon Tigers are at home Friday evening to host the Hooks Hornets. The Cooper Bulldogs are at home against Callisburg. The Commerce Tigers are on the road to visit Edgewood. The Cumby Trojans kick off at home against Wolfe City. The Como-Pickton Eagles are at home against Hawkins while the Greenville Lions host North Lamar.  Kickoff is at 7:30, and the Campbell Indians host Fannindel at 7:00.
The Texas Rangers struggle against the Seattle Mariners last night, losing 8-1. The lone Ranger run of the night came off the bat of Robinson Chirinos in the 6th inning. The loss drops Texas back to one game under .500 on the season and four games back in the American League Wildcard race. The Rangers look to salvage a series split against the Mariners tonight [on KPLT 1490am and 96.3fm]. First pitch is at 7:05.
The Dallas Cowboys go to Denver Sunday afternoon to visit Von Miller and the Broncos. Both teams are 1-0 after wins in week 1. The Cowboys expect rookie cornerback, Jourdan Lewis, to make his NFL debut after sitting out the pre-season nursing a hamstring issue. Fellow defensive back, Orlando Scandrick, is questionable to play after breaking his hand against the Giants. Kickoff Sunday afternoon is set for 3:25.