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Paris defeated North Lamar last night in five sets. Paris dropped the first set before winning the next two. They would lose the fourth and even trailed in the fifth set before rallying for the win. As a team, Paris finished with 52 kills while Macy McAmis had 20 by herself. With the win, Paris pulls ahead of North Lamar for 3rd place with one game to play.
In Pattonville, the Lady Patriots took care of Chisum in three straight sets. Reece Paris had ten kills to lead the Lady Pats. Chloe Raley opened the second set with ten straight serving points and finished with five aces to lead the team.
Prairiland and Rains finish co-district champions and will play each other to determine playoff seeding.
In other action, Detroit fell to Sulphur Bluff in three sets.
High School Football this week:
The Arizona Cardinals blew out the Dallas Cowboys in primetime on Monday, and the loss seemingly sparked a revolt. Anonymous Cowboys players called out the coaching staff for its lack of preparation and in-game adjustments. Head coach Mike McCarthy responded to the news Tuesday, saying he wishes his players would bring their issues to him rather than the media.
Clayton Kershaw dominated for six innings, Cody Bellinger and Mookie Betts homered, and the Dodgers chased a wild Tyler Glasnow in the fifth inning for an 8-3 win over Tampa in Game 1 of the World Series. Game 2 is tonight.