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Tuesday’s Sports


NTCC at second NIRA Southern Region Rodeo



NLDS – Game 2, (1-1)

Atlanta (104-58) 5 – Phillies (90-72) 4

NLDS – Game 2 Arizona (2-0)

Diamondbacks (84-78) 4 – Dodgers (100-62) 2


ALDS – Game 3 (1-1)

Astros (90-72) at Minneapolis Twins (87-75) at 3:07 pm FOX

ALDS – Game 3 Texas (2-0)

Orioles (101-61) at Arlington Rangers (90-72) at 7:00 pm FOX

A historic and improbable double play sparked by Michael Harris, II, capped the Braves’ dramatic series-tying comeback in Game 2 of the National League Division Series on Monday night against the Phillies. Having rallied from a four-run deficit, the Braves were clinging to a 5-4 lead in the ninth inning with Bryce Harper on first base and Nick Castellanos (CAST-de-YAN-us) up to bat with one out. Castellanos hit a fly ball to deep right-center field that would have been a home run in five major league ballparks. It ended with Austin Riley scooping the ball backhanded and throwing it to first in one motion. That ended the game, completing the first 8-5-3 double play in MLB postseason history and the first double play involving an outfielder to end a postseason game.



Raiders (2-3) 17 – Packers (2-3) 13

The Raiders were able to cause turnovers and get enough from their offense to break a three-game losing streak.


The Texas A&M University-Commerce men’s golf team is in 13th place after two rounds on Monday at the Grier Jones Shocker Invitational on the Sand Creek Station Golf Course. The third and final round of the tournament begins with a shotgun start at 8:00 am Tuesday.

The 2023-24 Texas A&M University-Commerce basketball season tips off with the Southland Conference Media Day on Tuesday morning at the Coushatta Casino Resort on ESPN+.

Northeast Texas Community College Rodeo made the long trip to Uvalde, Texas, for the second NIRA Southern Region Rodeo of the season hosted by Southwest Texas Junior College. The Eagles had a pair of ladies do well in the Breakaway Roping. Chloe Bahhur (Fairfield, VA) brought home a fourth-place finish, and Makenzie Mayes (Winnsboro, TX) followed her in fifth place. Mayes got home team points with her finish as well. For the men, Gage Schweer (Elko, NV) brought home a third-place finish in the Saddle Bronc event. Brennen Wilson (Gilmer, TX) was hot in two events to get home points for NTCC. Wilson was sixth in the Tie Down roping, and he and teammate Hayden Sanders (Ovalo, TX) finished fourth place in Team Roping. It allowed Wilson to be fourth overall for the Men’s All-Around standings at the Rodeo.


Officials arrested a LaPoynor ISD coach after Cheerleaders found a phone recording in the girl’s locker room. He said it was his phone, but he had lost it.

Northeast Texas teams in the top 20 for Week 8


19 – Rockwall


2 – Longview, 4 – Forney


1 – Melissa, 2 – Lovejoy, 8 – Texas High, 15 – Ennis, 16 – Huntsville


2 – Chapel Hill TY, 3 – Celina, 4 – Anna, 5 – Kilgore


1 – Carthage, 3 – Pleasant Grove, 12 – Center, 13 – Van, 14 – Gilmer, 20 – Sunnyvale


1 – Malakoff, 7 – Winnsboro, 13 – Jefferson, 20 – Pottsboro


1 – Gunter, 5 – Hooks, 6 – Troup, 7 – Daingerfield, 13 – Harmony, 15 – Bells, 16 – DeKalb


1 – Timpson, 4 -l Garrison, 5 – Honey Grove, 7 – Cooper, 9 – Beckville


13 – Tenaha