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Tuesday’s Sports

Baylor MBB (Baylor)



Cavaliers (31-20) 93 – New Orleans (18-32) 90

Warriors (38-13) 122 – Houston (14-36) 108

Thunder (15-34) 98 – Trail Blazers (21-30) 81


New Orleans at Pistons 6:00 pm

Warriors at San Antonio 7:30 pm



Flames at AA with Stars 7:30 pm


Baylor defeated West Virginia 81-77 at home Monday night. As a result, Baylor improves to 7-2 in the Big 12 play. The Bears will face No. 10 Kansas in Lawrence on Saturday.

Due to impending weather on Wednesday, the NTCC Softball doubleheader game vs. Cisco College has moved to next Tuesday (Feb 15) at 1:00 pm. A decision on the home baseball game Thursday is still unknown.

The League’s head coaches and directors of sports information picked UT-Dallas to win the 2022 American Southwest Conference baseball season title. The Comets received 274 points and 15 out of a possible 22 first-place votes to lead the ASC poll, and they picked Marshall’s East Texas Baptist as second in the conference.


They reveal the best-kept secret this week. The biennial University Interscholastic League reclassification and realignment for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 school years announcement are this Thursday (Feb 3) at 9:00 am. The new alignments, established by enrollment figures submitted to the UIL by its member schools in October, will serve as the football districts for the next two school years. The League released the conference cutoff numbers before releasing the complete realignment. These numbers provide the enrollment range for each of the six conferences, including the divisional cutoffs for football. The conference cutoff numbers are as follows:

6A      2225 and above

5A      1300 – 2224

4A      545 – 1299

3A      250 – 544

2A      105 – 249

1A      104.9 and below

The school is not commenting after referee Dustin Johnson kicked Lone Grove’s Police Chief John Terry out of a high school basketball game last Friday. Referee Johnson said the police chief became disruptive. Chief Terry said when he realized the game wouldn’t resume until he left, he came down the bleachers to speak with the administrators about filing a complaint on the referee. Oklahoma Officials Association president Brison McSwain said it was threatening. “He is representing a city over there,” McSwain said. Adding, “After looking at the footage on the security camera, there’s just no excuse for that.” Police Chief Terry said Dickson schools are slandering him. He’s seeking counsel.