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Monday’s Sports

Baylor outshoots Houston

NCAAW

Stanford 54 – Arizona 53

The last time Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer and the Cardinals won the NCAA women’s basketball title was 1992. It was Stanford’s second in three years. No one could have imagined how long it would be before the Cardinal won a third. After a 29-year wait, Stanford still had to sweat through 6.1 pressure-packed seconds on Sunday to claim its trophy. They held off Arizona 54-53 when the Wildcats’ star guard Aari McDonald missed a shot just before the buzzer.

NCAAM

Baylor was supposed to play Gonzaga on December 5. They canceled that game due to COVID-19. Coach Scott Drew said he and Gonzaga’s Coach Few talked about how neat it would be to play this game on April 5 instead. Tonight, April 5, the Bears will play Gonzaga in the National Championship game at 8:20.

Baylor 68 – Houston 59

Gonzaga 93 – UCLA 90

NBA

Dallas Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle announced on Friday that he has tested positive for the coronavirus. Carlisle has already been vaccinated and is hopeful this is a false-positive and will retest. Dallas hosts the Jazz at 6:00 Monday.

New Orleans 122 – Houston 115

NHL

Hurricanes 1 – Dallas 0

NTCC

Northeast Texas Community College Athletic Teams will host FREE camps for area youth in the upcoming weeks. Participants meet the Eagle players and coaches and receive instruction in that sport. All camps, except rodeo, will be held on the NTCC. The rodeo will have their kids watching at the Mount Pleasant Rodeo Association Priefert Arena on Greenhill Road in Mount Pleasant. The rodeo is Tuesday (April 6) at 9:00 am at the Mount Pleasant Rodeo Arena.

HIGH SCHOOL

SOFTBALL

Friday

Atlanta 19 – New Boston 4

Cooper 14 – Wolfe City 0

Como-Pickton 10 – Saltillo 1

Gunter 8 – Bonham 6

Sulphur Springs 3 – Hallsville 0

Whitewright 20 – Leonard 0

BASEBALL

Bonham 6 – Pottsboro 1

Cooper 9 – Bland 8

Hallsville 8 – Sulphur Springs 1

Liberty Eylau 9 – Pittsburg 4

Miller Grove 5 – North Hopkins 4