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Volleyball Playoff Results And Friday Night Football Preview In Today’s Sports

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The North Lamar Pantherettes season ended as heard on Mix 107.7. North Lamar lost to second-ranked Lindale in three sets. Hutton Pointer finished with 14 total blocks, Whike Macy Richardson had 19 digs.

In Wills Point, the Paris lady Cats lost to Bullard in four sets. At the same time, Prairiland took care of Pottsboro in three straight sets.

Tonight Rivercrest will face Boles at Chisum high school at 5:30, while Detroit and North Hopkins will play Saturday in Sulphur Bluff at 1:00 pm.
Tonight on Mix 107.7, the North Lamar Panthers will host Gilmer in football. Pregame with Adam Routon and myself begins at 7:00 pm. Kickoff is at 7:30.

In other action, Prairiland will travel to Mt Pleasant to face Pewitt, Chisum will host De Kalb, Boles will be at Detroit, and Clarksville hosts Maud. In six-man action, Fannindel hosts Gold-Burg.

KBUS Honey Grove 0 Wolfe City 7
Rivercrest 27 Cooper 28
MIX Gilmer Prairiland
North Lamar Pewitt
Star 96 Pottsboro Howe
Mt. Vernon Bonham
K-Lake Mt. Pleasant Dekalb
Whitehouse Chisum
Maud Boles
Clarksville Detroit
Star 95 Sulphur Springs Commerce
Royse City Winnsboro
Spring Hill Bells
Pittsburg Whitewright
6-Man Gold-Burg

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss Saturday’s game against Boston College. Under ACC protocols, they require Lawrence to isolate for ten days. If he received his positive test result Thursday, the star signal-caller would also miss a matchup between the No. 1-ranked Tigers and No. 4 Notre Dame in nine days, a game expected to carry national title implications.

Five-star quarterback Quinn Ewers is de-committing from Texas’ class of 2022. Ewers, the No. 1 prospect on the ESPN Junior 300, previously announced his intention to join the Longhorns in August. But now he wants more time before choosing a school.