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Tuesday’s Sports

Coach Jim Fassel

NBA

G2 Nets 125 – Bucks 86

G1 Suns 122 – Nuggets 105

MLB

Only three games played in MLB Monday. Red Sox, Angels, and the Padres came out on top of each. The Red Sox takes on the Astros today in Fenway at 6:10. The Rangers pick up the action and host the Giants at 7:05.

NFL

Former New York Giants’ Coach Jim Fassel died of a heart attack in Las Vegas. He was named NFL coach of the year 1997 and led the team to the 2001 Super Bowl. Fassel coached the Giants from 1997-2003, leading the team to the Super Bowl after the 2000 season. The Giants lost to the Baltimore Ravens 34-7. According to the Los Angeles Times, Fassel was taken to a hospital in Las Vegas with chest pains and died of a heart attack. Coach Jim Fassel was 71.

NJCAA

Oklahoma won its fourth straight Monday, shrugging off three hitless innings and erupting for a 7-1 win over James Madison to earn a spot in Tuesday’s championship round. According to ESPN Stats & Information research, the Sooners were just the fourth team in the past 29 years to start the WCWS 0-1 and make it to the finals. A few hours later, Florida State became the fifth team to do it, shocking Alabama 8-5.

LSC

Texas A&M University-Commerce’s Dominique Ramsey and Amon Simon have been named First Team Preseason All-Americans by Lindy’s Sports college football preview magazine. The Lions are ranked No. 7 in that magazine’s preseason poll. Ramsey earned his preseason All-American honors as an all-purpose player, while Simon is honored as an offensive lineman. Ramsey and Simon were honored as First Team Preseason All-Americans in Lindy’s Sports before the anticipated 2020 season as well before that season was ultimately canceled during the COVID-19 pandemic.

HIGH SCHOOL

BASEBALL

Schedule

Wednesday, June 9

Dell Diamond, Round Rock

1A SEMIFINALS

9:00 am Kennard (15-5) vs. Hubbard (25-10)

Noon Nazareth (22-3) vs. Fayetteville (17-9)

2A SEMIFINALS

4:00 pm Shiner (33-4) vs. New Deal (27-4)

7:00 pm Bosqueville (35-3) vs. Garrison (28-8)

 

UFCU Disch-Falk Field, The University of Texas at Austin

4A SEMIFINALS

1:00 pm Texarkana Pleasant Grove (33-8) vs. Stephenville (28-8-1)

4:00 pm Sinton (33-4) vs. Rusk (27-7)

 

Thursday, June 10

Dell Diamond, Round Rock

1A & 2A FINALS

9:00 am Conference 1A Final

Noon Conference 2A Final

5A SEMIFINALS

4:00 pm Mt. Belvieu Barbers Hill (35-8-1) vs. Amarillo (33-9)

7:00 pm Hallsville (32-8) vs. Leander Rouse (30-10)

 

UFCU Disch-Falk Field, The University of Texas at Austin

4A FINAL

6:30 pm Conference 4A Final

 

Friday, June 11

Dell Diamond, Round Rock

3A SEMIFINALS

9:00 am Corpus Christi London (32-5-1) vs. Brock (31-10-1)

12:00 p.m. Malakoff (36-7) vs. Gunter (36-8)

6A SEMIFINALS

4:00 pm Keller (35-7) vs. Houston Strake Jesuit (27-12-1)

7:00 pm Comal Smithson Valley (35-5) vs. Rockwall Heath (36-11-1)

 

Saturday, June 12

Dell Diamond, Round Rock

3A, 5A, 6A FINALS

9:00 am Conference 3A Final

Noon Conference 5A Final

4:00 pm Conference 6A Final

 

*Home team is listed first in each matchup.