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Monday’s Sports

Winnsboro Lady Raiders

NBA

Sunday

Clippers (32-31) 99 – Houston (15-45) 98

Mavericks (36-25) 107 – Golden State (43-18) 101

Pelicans (25-36) 123 – Los Angeles (27-33) 95

Monday

Spurs at Memphis Grizzlies 7:00 pm

Kings at Oklahoma City Thunder 7:00 pm

NHL

Stars (29-20-3) 4 – Sabers (16-30-8) 2

COLLEGE

WOMEN

Sunday

No. 25 Georgia (20-8) 67 – Texas A&M (14-14) 58

MEN

Sunday

No. 14 Houston (24-4) 75 – SMU (20-7) 61

Northeast Texas Community College Baseball will take on Tyler Junior College on Monday at 1:00 pm at Hub Hollis Field in Paris on the PJC campus. Coaches initially scheduled the game to be at NTCC last Wednesday, then rescheduled to Friday (Feb 25), and now Monday (Feb 28) due to the wet field conditions at NTCC. It will be a doubleheader, with Game 1 being a seven-inning game and Game 2 will be nine innings.

HIGH SCHOOL

BASKETBALL

GIRLS

The UIL Girls’ Basketball State Tournament starts Thursday (Mar 3) at the Alamodome in San Antonio. Winnsboro takes on Bishop Thursday afternoon at 3:00 in the 3A Semifinals. The state finals, if they win, is Saturday (Mar 5) at 10:00 am.

BOYS

Tuesday

After trouncing Midlothian 65-40 Friday night, the Sulphur Springs Wildcats Men’s basketball team will take on Lufkin tomorrow night at 6:00 at Tyler Junior College. Lufkin has a 34-4 record and won District 16-5A. The winner of Tuesday’s Regional Quarterfinal will play the winner of the Kimball-Rock Hill game on Friday. Next, Mt Pleasant faces Highland Park and will be on Star 96.9. Both teams are 21-22. Mt Pleasant’s Payton Chism leads the pack with 15.6 points per game

SOCCER

Friday

Girls

Mt Pleasant 1 – Sulphur Springs 0

Texas High and Pine Tree lead the district at 4-4. Mt Pleasant is third, at 5-3, and Hallsville is fourth at 5-2.

RODEO

They are celebrating a Central Texas father after he jumped into the ring at a Belton rodeo earlier this month to save his son from a raging bull. Landis Hooks saw his 18-year-old son, Cody, thrown from the bull quickly after leaving the gate. His son was left unconscious because of the fall. They caught the entire ordeal on video in front of dozens of fans at the Bell County Expo Center. The video shows his father jumping into action to cover Cody with his body.