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Wildcats Resume Playoff Run Tonight Plus Other Basketball Action In Today’s Sports Update

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Tonight the Paris Wildcats will take on the Van Vandals in the Area round of the playoffs. This is a rematch of a game earlier this season in which Paris won 57-53. Tonight’s game can be heard on 101.9 KBUS at 6:00 pm.

Also playing tonight is the Rivercrest Rebels. They will play at 7:00 pm against Wolfe City at Chisum High School.

Yesterday in softball, Chisum lost to Yantis 5-4 and then defeated Sam Rayburn 10-3.

Prairiland remains undefeated on the season as they beat Canton 9-0 and Winona 19-0.

In baseball, Trenton Smith pitched a no-hitter for the North Lamar Panthers as they defeated Winnsboro 5-0. Smith finished with one walk and 13 strikeouts.

Chisum lost to Hughes Springs 14-3 and then defeated Hooks 10-6.

Paris defeated Prairiland 8-2.

The Dallas Renegades are preparing for their second home game of the season this Sunday when they host the Houston Roughnecks. After dropping their first game of the season, Dallas has won two in a row on the road. Kickoff is at 3:00 pm in Arlington.

The Dallas Stars fell to Boston last night 4-3. Jamie Benn and Dennis Gurianov each scored their 19th goal of the season in the loss. Dallas is at St. Louis on Saturday night.


Oklahoma City Thunder 112 – Sacramento Kings 108


Boston Bruins 4 – Dallas Stars 3


Denzel Mims, Baylor, Daingerfield’s Wide Receiver, ran a 4.38 during a 40-yard dash at NFL Combine.



A&M-Commerce 69 – Oklahoma Christian 55

The Texas A&M University-Commerce men’s basketball team roared back from a first-half deficit with a nice comeback to earn a 69-55 win over Oklahoma Christian University in the Eagles’ Nest on Thursday evening. The Lions are now 17-10 overall and 13-8 in the LSC. The divisional champion Lions will close the regular season on Saturday at 4:00 pm at Arkansas-Fort Smith.


A&M-Commerce 72 – Oklahoma Christian 56

The No. 6 Texas A&M University-Commerce women’s basketball team clinched the top seed in the upcoming Lone Star Conference Championship with a 72-56 win over Oklahoma Christian University in the Eagles’ Nest on Thursday evening. The Lions are 26-1 overall and 20-1 in the LSC. The divisional champion and top-seeded Lions will close the regular season on Saturday at 2:00 pm at Arkansas-Fort Smith.


BASKETBALL – Wednesday


Paris 91 – Coastal Bend 67

Paris (11-16 8-9) hosts Blinn (23-6 12-5) Saturday 2:00 pm


Kilgore 78 – Paris 59

Paris (9-19 3-14) at Trinity Valley (17-12 10-8) Saturday 4:00 pm


Bossier Parish 14 – Paris 6

Northeast 11 – Angelina 2

There is a doubleheader at Eagle Field in Bob Baker Stadium Saturday (Feb 29) possibly. Otherwise, they move back to Lufkin. Softball has an open weekend and Rodeo is also off.




Regionals – First Game 6:00 pm



Wilkerson Activity Center

Arlington Martin vs. Duncanville

Frenship vs. Cedar Hill



Coliseum – Snyder

Amarillo vs. Lake Dallas

Wichita Falls Rider vs. Mansfield Timberview


Curtis Culwell Center – Garland

Lone Star vs. Midlothian

Frisco Liberty vs. Red Oak


M.O. Campbell Education Center

College Station vs. Shadow Creek

Cedar Park vs. Fort Bend Hightower


Northside Sports

Kerrville Tivy vs. Veteran’s Memorial

San Antonio Veteran’s Memorial vs. Flour Bluff



Lubbock Christian University

Canyon vs. Argyle

Hereford vs. Bridgeport


Texas A&M-Commerce

Dallas Lincoln vs. Pleasant Grove

Melissa vs. Brownsboro


Judson Coliseum Huntsville

Fairfield vs. Houston Yates

Rusk vs. Hardin-Jefferson


Texas A&M Kingsville

Fredericksburg vs. Devine

Salado vs. West Oso



Wayland Baptist University

Idalou vs. Brock

Shallowater vs. Tuscola Jim Ned



Mineola vs. Winnsboro

Howe vs. Chapel Hill Mt Pleasant


Waco Midway

Franklin vs. Hitchcock

Malakoff vs. Woodville



Schulenburg vs. Aransas Pass

Poth vs. Bishop



South Plains College – Levelland

Panhandle vs. Haskell

Gruver vs. Stamford


McKinney Boyd

Muenster vs. Hawkins

Era vs. Martin’s Mill


Bryan High School

Grapeland vs. Timpson

Crawford vs. Woden


San Marcus High School

San Saba vs. Shiner

Mason vs. Weimar



South Plains College Levelland

Claude vs. New Home

Nazareth vs. Ropes


Abilene Christian College

Veribest vs. Aspermont

Blackwell vs. Hermleigh


Mansfield Legacy High School

Eula vs. Saltillo

Lipan vs. Dodd City


Burger Gym, Austin

La Poynor vs. Moulton

Chireno vs. Fayetteville




Nacogdoches vs. Kaufman at Frankston Fri 6:00 pm

Midlothian vs. Mt Pleasant at Rockwall Fri 7:00 pm

Sulphur Springs vs. Red Oak at Forney Fri 7:30 pm

Lancaster vs. Texas High at UT Tyler Fri 7:30 pm


Henderson vs. Caddo Mills at Mid Heritage Fri 7:00 pm

Paris vs. Van at Mt Vernon Fri 6:00 pm

Kilgore vs. Quinlan Ford at Tyler JC Fri 7:30 pm

Chapel Hill TY vs. Mabank at Lindale Fri 7:00 pm


Mineola vs. Ponder t Princeton Fri 8:00 pm

Arp vs. Hooks at Pittsburg Fri 7:45 pm

Jefferson vs. Mt Vernon at Pittsburg Fri 6:00 pm

Atlanta vs. Tatum at Longview Fri 7:30 pm

Troup 45 – No. 21 Commerce 37 Upset (Commerce losing six seniors)


Big Sandy vs. Bland at Rains Fri 7:00 pm

McLeod vs. Celeste at Mt Vernon Fri 7:30 pm

Martin’s Mill vs. Clarksville at McKinney North Fri 8:00 pm

Wolfe City vs. Rivercrest at Chisum Fri 7:00 pm


Saltillo 64 – Midway 44

Slidell 49 – Dodd City 28

Graford 103 – Avery 52