Paris – Red River Valley football teams continue the march to the post season. The Paris Wildcats stay atop district 7-4A with a 28-14 win over Quinlan Ford. The North Lamar Panthers dominate Princeton 27-7. Rivercrest shuts out Honey Grove 43-0 to stay unbeaten. And Detroit is back on the playoff path with a win over Dallas Gateway 32-14. Prairiland falls to Whitewright 41-22. Chisum loses to Gunter 44-7. And Cooper is beat by Leonard 47-8. In volleyball the North Lamar Pantherette’s sweep the Paris Lady Cats to remain the districts top team.
Mount Pleasant – Area high school football teams continue the march to the post season. The Mt. Pleasant Tigers pull off an upset victory over the Sulphur Springs Wildcats 19-16, putting Mt. Pleasant in the mix for a playoff spot. The Rivercrest Rebels stay perfect after thrashing Honey Grove 43-0. Mt. Vernon picked up a dominant win over Quitman 44-13, improving to 4-1 in district. The Daingerfield Tigers crush Queen City 49-17 and are 3-1 in district. Gilmer takes it to Spring Hill with a 42-7 win. The Paul Pewitt Brahmas fall in a shootout to Hooks 42-41, dropping their record to 2-2. And the Pittsburg Pirates suffer their first district loss 31-18 to Pleasant Grove.
Sulphur Springs – Area high school football teams continue the march to the post season. The Sulphur Springs Wildcats fall in the I30 Rivalry to the Mt. Pleasant Tigers 19-16. Sulphur Springs is now 1-3 in district 16-5A. The Greenville Lions fall to the Texas High Tigers 45-19. Texas High leads the district at 4-0. The Mt. Vernon Tigers continue to impress after a 44-13 win over Quitman, improving to 3-1 in district play. The Winnsboro Red Raiders keep on pace for a playoff spot after a 43-21 win over Commerce. Como Pickton falls to Edgewood 48-21. And the Rains Wildcats drop a defensive battle against Wills Point 21-7.
On Saturday the Dallas Stars were shut out by the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-0. The loss drops Dallas to 2-2-1 on the season and keeping them at 5 points and dropping them to 5th in the Central Division standings. The Stars are back on the ice tomorrow night at the A-A-C against Winnipeg. Puck drop tomorrow is at 7:30.
The World Series is set after the Chicago Cubs close out the NLCS four games to two over the L-A Dodgers. It’ll set up a fall classic between the two teams with the longest championship droughts in the league. The Cubs have gone 108 years since their last World Series title. Their opponent, the Cleveland Indians haven’t won since 1948. Game one is tomorrow at 7pm.
And the Dallas Mavericks tip off the start to their season on Wednesday when they visit the Indiana Pacers. The Mavs, led by Dirk, Deron Williams and new comers Andrew Bogut and Harrison Barns tip off Wednesday at 6pm.