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Monday’s Sports

Zoe Craven and Justin Hargrove



G3 Avalanche (2-0) at Tampa Lightning 7:00 pm ABC



Tigers (26-40) 7 – Rangers (31-35) 3

Astros (41-25) 4 – White Sox (31-33) 3


Rangers and Astros are off




No. 5 Texas A&M (46-19) 10 – No. 9 Texas (47-22) 2 Elimination

Oklahoma (44-22) 6 – Notre Dame (41-16) 2 Elimination


No. 14 Auburn vs. No 2 Stanford 1:00 pm

Ole Miss vs. Arkansas 6:00 pm

Starting at 1:00 pm on Tuesday, June 21, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Texas A&M Aggies hit the diamond for a Men’s College World Series matchup at Charles Schwab Field Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska, on ESPN. In their last game, the Fighting Irish fell 6-2 to Oklahoma on Sunday. The Aggies enter the contest following a win Tuesday, 10-2, over Texas.

Northeast Texas Community College Women’s Soccer athlete and student Athletic Trainer Zoe Craven has been named the 2021-2022 Longview Orthopedic Clinic Collegiate Athlete of the Year. Craven was a previous winner of Athlete of the week. Now they selected her as Collegiate Athlete of the year after a vote open to the public. Doug Bloyd, Athletic Trainer at Longview Orthopedic Clinic, said, “Facebook received over 15,000 votes in the poll this year.”


It was a hot and crazy weekend in Mount Pleasant as the Titus County squad won the title over Sulphur Springs 12-2 Sunday afternoon in the 12U Division. The two-day tournament featured a no-hitter by Sulphur Springs pitcher Levi Smith in the opening game, but he was the losing pitcher as the defense committed a pair of errors as they lost to Paris 1-0. The right-handed pitcher retired the first 14 batters to begin the contest. Mount Pleasant erased an 8-2 deficit while down to their final out and won it in extra innings, 9-8, over Paris. Both Sulphur Springs and Mount Pleasant advance to the North Zone Regional Tournament in Mount Vernon, July 2 through the 4th.