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Monday’s Sports

NFL

A country-flavored national anthem, a maze of a halftime show, and a smiling Tom Brady was holding a trophy after a 31-9 thumping of the Kansas City Chief. Add to that, Lori Locust and Maral Javadifar becoming the first female assistant coaches to win a Super Bowl, and Sarah Thomas, the first female officials to work a Super Bowl. If Patrick Mahomes’ team hadn’t brought their field goal kicker, Brady’s Tampa Bay team would have had a shutout.

NHL

Blackhawks (5-4-4) 2 – Dallas Stars (5-2-2) 1

LSC

The No. 10 Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball opened up a massive lead and cruised to a 67-49 win Saturday against Texas Women University.

The Texas A&M University-Commerce men’s basketball team fought back from a first-half deficit to take the lead over 15th-ranked Dallas Baptist University early in the second half. Still, the Lions were unable to hold on, falling 80-69.

The No. 9 Texas A&M University-Commerce softball team closed out the Lion Invitational Saturday with a split, defeating Texas A&M International and falling to Arkansas Tech. The Lions were 6-0 winners over TAMIU, then lost 4-1 to ATU.

NTCC

Northeast Texas Community College softball returned home to NTCC to take on Cisco College after starting 2021 on the road. NTCC would down Cisco 14-5 in game one action before falling 10-1 in Game two.

Northeast Texas Community College took game one of the homestand Saturday, defeating Arkansas Rich Mountain 4-3 before falling in game two in a slugfest, 27-17. Both teams won two games each in the season-opening series.

HIGH SCHOOL

Lance Connot announced on his Facebook page that he had landed a job with a 4A school.  He has been the AD and Head Football Coach with Rivercrest and is originally a graduate of Paris.

Whitehouse’s Coach Marcus Gold is headed for Wylie ISD to be the head football coach. Arriving at Whitehouse in 2018 as the defensive coordinator before becoming head coach and now owns an 8-3 record for 2020.

SOFTBALL

Sulphur Springs didn’t leave any runs for McKinney North during their scrimmage last Friday. It was Lady Cats 12, McKinney North 0. Meanwhile, the guys nailed down the second seed in district basketball with a 74-68 win over Texas High.

BASKETBALL GIRLS

Atlanta 99 – Paul Pewitt 53

Beckville 70 – Hawkins 67

Campbell 64 – Fruitvale 42

Clarksville 47 – Bowie 41

Commerce 49 – Rains 33

Como-Pickton 54 – Cooper 37

Edgewood 68 – Prairiland 53

Gladewater 66 – Ore City 29

Jefferson 65 – West Rusk 47

McLeod 68 – Linden-Kildare 46

Mineola 75 – Chapel Hill MP 64

Mt Pleasant 45 – Hallsville 35

North Hopkins 65 – Cumby 34

Paris 74 – North Lamar 20

Pine Tree 54 – Marshall 48

Pleasant Grove 75 – Gilmer 64

Redwater 84 – Queen City 39

Sulphur Springs 74 – Texas High 68

Whitehouse 73 – Tyler 63

 

BASKETBALL BOYS

Atlanta 99 – Paul Pewitt 53

Beckville 70 – Hawkins 67

Bland 51 – Honey Grove 30

Campbell 64 – Fruitvale 42

Clarksville 47 – Bowie 41

Commerce 49 – Rains 33

Como-Pickton 54 – Cooper 37

Edgewood 68 – Prairiland 53

Gladewater 66 – Ore City 29

Greenville 52 – Royse City 41 Sat

Jefferson 65 – West Rusk 47

McLeod 68 – Linden-Kildare 46

Mineola 75 – Chapel Hill MP 64

Mt Pleasant 45 – Hallsville 35

North Hopkins 65 – Cumby 34

Paris 74 – North Lamar 20

Pine Tree 54 – Marshall 48

Pleasant Grove 75 – Gilmer 64

Redwater 85 – Queen City 39

Sulphur Springs 74 – Texas High 68

West Mesquite 55 – Greenville 54

White Oak 41 – Sabine 33

Whitehouse 73 – Tyler 63