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Volleyball Playoffs Plus Two Rangers Receive Gold Glove Awards

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Lady Patriots season comes to an end. Sports brought to you by RENO TIRE AND SERVICE CENTER.

Last night in Bells, the Prairiland Lady Patriots volleyball season came to and with a four-set loss to Callisburg. Prairiland trailed 20-14 in the first set before rallying for the win. They trailed by the same margin in the second set before rallying to take the lead. Callisburg hung on for the win.

The Paris Wildcats moved up one spot in the rankings to 7th this week. On Friday night, they will host top-ranked Argyle on 101.9 KBUS. Pregame with Steven Johnston and Robert High begins at 7:00 pm.

Over on Mix 107-7, the North Lamar Panthers hope to play spoiler as they travel to Longview to play Spring Hill. Pregame with Adam Routon and myself begins at 7:00 pm with a 7:30 kickoff.

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Major League Baseball announced Gold Glove winners on Tuesday. Isiah Kiner-Falefa And Joey Gallo have both won for Texas. Gallo for the right field and Isiah Kiner-Falefa for third base. It is the 10th time Rangers have had multiple Gold Glove winners in a season.

The National Basketball Players Association expects to vote late Thursday or early Friday, approving a Dec. 22 start date for next season. Some players reportedly believe the Dec. 22 date is inevitable following several meetings with the union and its executive director Michele Roberts.

The team announced that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton is on the COVID-19 reserve and will miss Week 9 versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Cowboys added that Dalton would likely be out for 14 days. Dallas will turn to either Garrett Gilbert or Cooper Rush in Week 9 after third-stringer Ben DiNucci’s poor performance against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Dalton sat out Week 8 with a concussion, leaving DiNucci to start his first career in a loss to the Eagles.