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Wednesday’s Sports

Photo – Subeen Jeon

A&M-Commerce 73 - Southern Utah 67



Spurs (3-16) at Minneapolis Timberwolves (15-4) at 6:30 pm ESPN

Thunder (13-6) at Houston Rockets (8-9) at 7:00 pm

Jazz (7-13) at Dallas Mavericks (11-8) at 7:30 pm



Stars (14-6-3) at Sunrise Panthers (14-8-2) at 6:00 pm TNT



According to a post on Tuesday night on social media, former Texas Tech quarterback Tyler Shough is transferring to Louisville. Shough, 24, will be a seventh-year senior who turns 25 next September and has played at Oregon and Texas Tech since starting his college career in 2018. In his three seasons at Texas Tech, all of which were cut short by injuries, he started 13 games and went 9-4 as a starter. He earned the MVP of the Texas Bowl in a victory over Ole Miss after the 2022 season, throwing for 242 yards and accounting for three touchdowns.



No 6 Baylor (9-0) 78 – Seton Hall (5-3) 60

No. 18 Oklahoma (8-0) 72 – Providence (7-2) 51


No 8 Colorado (9-1) 93 – UT Arlington (1-8) 74

The Southern Utah Thunderbirds went on an 8-0 run to tie Tuesday night’s game in the final minute, but Ahmya Boyce delivered the game-winning jumper to help the Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball team pick up a 73-67 win at the Field House. The Lions look to Fill the Field House on Friday night at 7:00 as they host Houston, the first Power Five conference opponent to visit A&M-Commerce. You can purchase tickets at LionAthletics.com/Tickets.


The State Executive Committee of the University Interscholastic League will convene at 9:00 am, Wednesday, December 6, via teleconference to determine student-athlete eligibility. It will be available Live on the UIL State Executive Committee Page. Mineola High School is appealing District 13-3A Executive Committee’s decision regarding a student-athlete’s eligibility at 9:00 am. Frisco Panther Creek, Aubrey, and Frisco Memorial schools will follow.

The Mount Pleasant High School Bass Fishing Team finished the fall season at the Texas High School Bass Association (THSBA) tournament on Lake Tawakoni on Saturday, December 2. First, for the Tigers, Clayton Miller and Rolston Morton’s team placed 19th out of 145 boats, with four fish weighing 9.51 lbs. Gunner and Karlee Rodgers’ team came in 76th with one fish weighing 1.82 lbs. And just behind, the Kamen and Khloe Dunn team were 79th with one fish weighing 1.71 lbs. Donald Cole and Blake Humber competed for the Tigers but could not reel in a fish. The team will take a break until February 2024, when they will have two more opportunities to advance to the regional tournament in April.