" /> Week 8 High School Wrap Up Plus Cowboys Tonight In Today’s Sports Update – EastTexasRadio.com
Dane McLamore Header
Access Financial Group
Hess Louisiana Grills Header
Morrell banner
cypress basin hospice
Sandlin – Find New Roads – It’s All About You Aug 2017
Momentum Polaris Holiday Sales Event 2020

Week 8 High School Wrap Up Plus Cowboys Tonight In Today’s Sports Update

It was another dominating win for the Wildcats. Sports brought to you by RENO TIRE AND SERVICE CENTER.

As heard on 101.9 KBUS Friday night, the Paris Wildcats defeated Terrell 32-10 to even their district record at 2-2.

The North Lamar Panthers lost to Pleasant Grove 56-0. That’s the third game in a row the Panthers opponent shut the out.

Cooper beat Honey Grove 47-14. Hooks defeated Chisum 49-12, and Rivercrest got by Alba-Golden 35-20.

Wk 8
KBUS Terrell 10 Honey Grove 14
Paris 32 Cooper 47
MIX North Lamar 0 Chisum 12
Pleasant Grove 56 Hooks 49
Star 96 Gilmer 41 Whitewright 8
Pittsburg 6 S&S Consolidated 10
Bells 55 Rivercrest 35
Lone Oak 13 Alba-Golden 20
Howe 0
Commerce 49
Canceled Sulphur Springs
Crandall
Detroit
Clarksville
Mt. Vernon
Bonham

On the volleyball court Friday, the North Lamar Pantherettes lost at Pleasant Grove in three straight. Paris got by Liberty Eylau. It was Chisum over Lone Oak in three. On Saturday, North took care of Pittsburg while Prairiland beat Grand Saline in three.

The World Series is set after a couple of game sevens this weekend. In the ALCS, the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Houston Astros while the Dodgers got by the Atlanta Braves in the NLCS. The World Series starts Tuesday night in Arlington.

Joey Logano used every bit of the track to hold off Kevin Harvick over a long, finishing green-flag run to win the NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway and earn a spot in the championship round at Phoenix. The 2018 series champion had hung around the front of the pack all afternoon, but he had only led one other time on a cold, blustery day before taking the lead from Harvick with 44 laps to go.

We have an NFL doubleheader tonight called off by the Cowboys hosting the Arizona Cardinals and Kyler Murray. Murray has never lost a game at AT&T Stadium. Head coach Mike McCarthy is optimistic about linebacker Leighton Vander Esch’s potential return. Vander Esch suffered a broken collarbone during the Cowboys’ season opener against the Los Angeles Rams and since then hasn’t played. The first game tonight features the defending Super Bowl champion Chiefs playing at the Buffalo Bills.