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Wednesday’s Sports

MLB
A new low, with only 11,400 on hand for Game 1 of the 2020 World Series, and they witnessed Tyler Glasnow not being able to stay with Clayton Kershaw as the Rays dropped their opener. The Dodgers offense erupted with eight runs in three innings to take Game 1 with an 8-3 final. Cody Bellinger sent one sailing, and foot taps broke out on the field. Game 2 is this evening at 7:08.

NFL
The Dallas Cowboys woke up Tuesday in first place in the NFC East, despite a 2-4 record following their 38-10 loss to Arizona last weekend. Despite that, the owner and general manager Jerry Jones said he is not in a feel-good mood. Dallas remains ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles (1-4-1), New York Giants (1-5), and Washington Football Team (1-5) in the woeful NFC East. The Cowboys’ next two games are against divisional rivals at Washington on Sunday, followed by a Philadelphia trip on Nov. 1.

SFA
Stephen F. Austin’s head football coach thinks he will rejoin his team this week and be on the sidelines on Saturday against Abilene Christian in Arlington. Coach Colby Carthel tested positive for COVID last week.

HIGH SCHOOL
Sulphur Springs volleyball team ran up against Longview Lady Lobos without Caroline Hurley and Sadie Washburn, giving Longview the edge. Sulphur Springs took the fourth set evening things for set five. Now, the Lady Cats has two 5-set wins in as many weeks.

Mt Pleasant boys’ and girls’ cross country are getting ready for the district meet, and the guys are in second place behind Lufkin. Chapel Hill Mt Pleasant had a good showing at Commerce in the cross country invitational. They placed four runners in the top ten, with Lucas Thomas finishing in second in the 5000 meters.