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Nats Comeback Plus High School Football In Today’s Sports

That was Paris High head Volleyball coach Ashley Green on what she told her team between sets four and five last night. Paris beat North Lamar in five sets. The Lady Cats won the first two sets before dropping the next two. Paris is now 2-0 in district while North Lamar falls to 0-1.


Prairiland bounced back from their district opening loss with a 3-set sweep over Chapel Hill last night.


Detroit beat Sulphur Bluff last night. In the win Britney Ricks had 10kills, 3 blocks, 5 digs, 4 aces, and was 20-21 serving. Going into Friday’s matchup with each other Detroit and James Bowie are both 4-1 in district.


The No. 21 Texas A&M University-Commerce volleyball team used strong all-around performances to earn a 25-21, 25-11, 25-18 sweep of Dallas Baptist University in the Field House on Tuesday evening.


With the win, the Lions move to 10-3 overall on the season, while DBU falls to 9-6. While both teams are Lone Star Conference members, this match was a non-conference tilt.


Last night in the National League Wildcard game, the Washington Nationals offense was non existent for seven innings then, a hit-by-pitch, a broken-bat single, a walk, a single and a timely error by the Milwaukee Brewers, all in the eighth inning, to erase a two-run deficit and send the Nationals to the division series with a 4-3 victory. The Nats will now face the Dodgers Thursday night at 7:37pm.  Also Thursday, St Louis is at Atlanta at 4:02pm on TBS.


Tuesday: MIL at WSH, 8:08 pm ET, TBS
Wednesday: TB at OAK, 8:09 pm ET, ESPN Tuesday: MIL at WSH, 8:08 pm ET, TBS
Wednesday: TB at OAK, 8:09 pm ET, ESPN Tuesday: MIL at WSH, 8:08 pm ET, TBS
Wednesday: TB at OAK, 8:09 pm ET, ESPN Tuesday: MIL at WSH, 8:08 pm ET, TBS
Wednesday: TB at OAK, 8:09 pm ET, ESPN Tonight in the AL Wildcard game is Tampa Bay is at Oakland at 7:09 pm.


A Houston furniture salesman, attempting to mitigate millions of dollars in potential refunds from a promotion, placed one of the largest bets ever taken by a U.S. bookmaker on Tuesday at a Mississippi sportsbook. Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale, the owner of Gallery Furniture in Houston, bet $3.5 million on the Astros to win the World Series. At +220 odds, the wager would pay a net $7.7 million if the Astros win the World Series.


This week in High School football:


Mt Pleasant will host Pine Tree at 7:30 pm on KLAKE 97.7 at 7:30 pm, Jefferson will visit Hughes Springs at 7:30 pm on STAR Country 96.9, Sulphur Springs is at Forney on STAR Country 95.5, Paris will host Anna on 101.9 BUS, North Lamar will host Celina on MIX 107.7, Pittsburg will take on Rusk at home, Gilmer travels to Bullard and Rivercrest will host Big Sandy. Mt Vernon, Daingerfield, and Paul Pewitt are all off this week.


The Korean Tour has suspended current money leader Bio Kim for three years after he made an obscene gesture to fans during the final round of a tournament this past weekend. Holding a one-shot lead on the 16th hole of the DGB Financial Group Open in South Korea, Kim reacted angrily after a cellphone camera went off during his downswing. His drive ended up going about 100 yards. After the poor shot, Kim, 29, turned to the crowd, flipped off fans and slammed his driver into the ground. The incident was captured on live TV in Korea