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HS Football Regular Season Wraps Tomorrow Night Plus Zeke Back In Court


Photo by Tony Corso
The Texas High School Football regular season comes to an end tomorrow night with playoff implications still on the line.
Paris – The Crosstown Showdown between the Paris Wildcats and North Lamar Panthers will take place at Wildcat Stadium on 101.9 KBUS and MIX 107.7.  The Chisum Mustangs go to Whitewright.  Honey Grove is at James Bowie.  The Clarksville Tigers are at Cumby.  Rivercrest will go to Wolfe City and Cooper hits the road to Sadler Southmade.  Games kick off tomorrow night at 7:30.
Mount Pleasant – The Rivercrest Rebels look to finish up the season with a perfect 10-0 mark.  Rivercrest goes to Wolfe City looking to extend their regular season winning streak to 20 games.  The Mt. Pleasant Tigers visit Greenville on KLAKE 97.7 while the Hughes Springs Mustangs host Sabine for the Star 96.9 Game of the Week.  The Daingerfield Tigers host Ore City. The Paul Pewitt Brahmas bring in New Diana. Winnsboro goes to Mineola and the Pittsburg Pirates will host the Gilmer Buckeyes at Pirate Stadium.  Kick off tomorrow night is at 7:30.
Sulphur Springs – The Sulphur Springs Wildcats battle for their playoff lives when they visit the Hallsville Bobcats on STAR 95.9.  In other District 16-5A action the Greenville Lions host the Mt. Pleasant Tigers.  Across the area, Lone Oak will go to Harmony.  Cooper makes the trip to Sadler Southmade to play S&S Consolidated.  The Como-Pickton Eagles hosts Alba-Golden.  The Cumby Trojans will host Clarksville.  The Winnsboro Raiders are at Mineola. The Commerce Tigers visit Quitman while on Saturday Campbell visits Fayette County Homeschool.
Dallas Cowboys second round draft selection, Chidobe Awuzie, was a full participant yesterday in practice and is expected to be back on the field Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons.  The team also signed undrafted rookie defensive lineman, Lewis Neal, off the practice squad on to the 53-man roster.
And in the thick of Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension appeals against the league, owner Jerry Jones has reportedly hired a lawyer and is preparing to sue the league should commissioner Roger Goodell get a contract extension.  Jones hired high profile New York attorney, David Boies.  It’s believed that up to half the leagues owners are either on the fence or against Goodell getting an extension.  Elliott, meanwhile, is scheduled for another hearing today to determine his playing status.
And the Dallas Stars are back on the ice tomorrow night at the American Airline Center against the New York Islanders.  The Stars have 16 points on the season.  Puck drop tomorrow is at 7:30.