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Wednesday’s Sports

MLB

Outfielder George Springer and the Toronto Blue Jays agreed to a six-year, $150-million signing. The contract would be the largest given out by the Blue Jays in franchise history. Their only other deal that topped $100-million was a $126 million extension given to Vernon Wells in 2006.

Don Sutton, the longtime Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander who won over 300 games in his Hall of Fame career, died of cancer at his home in California. He was 75.

NBA

Nuggets 119 – Oklahoma City 101

Jazz 118 – New Orleans 102

NCAAF

Texas 55 – Colorado 23

Texas A&M 41 – North Carolina 27

LSC

The No. 19 Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball team held off a hungry Arkansas-Fort Smith team to earn a 76-70 victory on Tuesday night. The win improves the Lions’ overall record to 6-1 with an undefeated 6-0 mark in the Lone Star Conference. UAFS fell to 2-5 overall with an identical record in conference play. It was the first of a three-game homestand in which the Lions will turn around and host UT Tyler on Friday and Saturday.

HIGH SCHOOL

FOOTBALL 2020-2021

6A DI

Westlake 52 – South Lake Carroll 34

6A DII

Katy 51 – Cedar Hill 14

5A DI

Denton Ryan 59 – Cedar Park 14

5A DII

Aledo 56 – Crosby 21

4A DI

Argyle 49 – Lindale 21

4A DII

Carthage 70 – Gilmer 14

3A DI

Jim Ned 29 – Hallettsville 28 OT

3A DII

Canadian 35 – Franklin 34

2A DI

Shiner 42 – Post 20

2A DII

Windthorst 22 – Mart 21

BASKETBALL

Campbell High School Head Boys Basketball Coach Jason Crow was suspended by the UIL for two games, placed on one-year probation, issued a public reprimand, and required additional training. He had received an ejection from a match while already on probation.

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats did in Marshall Mavericks in a 56-40 home district win Tuesday night at home. The Wildcats outscored Marshall 18-13 in a fourth-quarter, which gave the rest of the players’ floor time.

The Mount Pleasant boys’ basketball team completed the first round of district play last Friday without a loss. The second half Tuesday night continued with a tight 50-49 victory over Longview.

BOYS

Campbell 62 – Savoy 21

Clarksville 55 – Detroit 49

Commerce 96 – Lone Oak 30

Mineola 62 – Quitman 35

Mt Pleasant 50 – Longview 49

North Hopkins 70 – Cumby 17

Pleasant Grove 72 – Gilmer 57

Rivercrest 75 – Linden Kildare 51

Sulphur Springs 56 – Marshall 40

Troup 61 – Harleton 45

Winnsboro 51 – Mt Vernon 50

GIRLS

Alba-Golden 57 – Boles 42

Cooper 34 – Como Pickton 27

Cumby 71 – North Hopkins 22

DeKalb 61 – Paul Pewitt 60

Gilmer 46 – Pleasant Grove 21

Harleton 43 – Troup 38

Lone Oak 56 – Commerce 25

Quitman 44 – Mineola 34

Rains 75 – Grand Saline 12

Rivercrest 56 – Linden Kildare 21

Sulphur Springs 45 – Marshall 27

Tom Bean 64 – Wolfe City 44

Union Grove 67 – Big Sandy 23

Winnsboro 61 – Mt Vernon 29