Jacksonville at Corsicana: Both teams are 2-2 in 16-4A yet both have clinched a playoff spot. The teams are pretty even on paper and with the pressure off both, it should be entertaining.
Italy at Kerens: The Bobcats can win a share of the 6-1A DI title with a victory on Friday night. If Kerens wins by four or more, they’ll earn a bye for the first week of the playoffs.
Blooming Grove at Millsap: The Lions shouldn’t have a problem whipping up on Millsap, so all eyes will be on Rio Vista and Tolar. BG needs a Tolar win along with one of its own to get in the playoffs.
Scurry-Rosser at Mildred: The Eagles have been able to name the score against district opponents which is bad news for Scurry-Rosser, which can earn a playoff spot with a win.
Dallas Life at Rice: The Bulldogs look to close out their season with their third district win while Ragan Henderson tries to wrap up the Golden Circle rushing title.
Dawson at Wortham: Wortham can clinch a playoff spot with a win while Dawson can only play a spoiler role even though a win would likely give them a third-place tie in district.
Meridian at Hubbard: The Jaguars can clinch a second straight district title with a road win.
GC Baseball: UPDATES w/FINAL: Windthorst outlasts weather, Dawson, 8-6
Windthorst and Dawson resumed Game 2 of their Region II-1A semifinal series Saturday morning, and after less than hour, the Trojans closed the books on the series with an 8-6 win.
JUCO World Series: Navarro falls a run short in opener
The comeback Navarro Bulldogs fell a run short Saturday night in their opening game the JUCO World Series.
Morgan: Solid shape - Despite injuries, Rangers just fine
Let me see a show of hands. Who was worried this season about the Rangers losing Josh Hamilton, Michael Young and Mike Napoli? Come on, now. You know it was hard to see how they would replace both the production and the leadership provided by that threesome. Oh, and let’s add that they would have to start the season without Coby Lewis and Neftali Feliz. Surely, you had to wonder if even Moses could lead us could lead us out of the AL West.
GC Softball: Sam Rayburn ends Hubbard's run, 7-2
The Hubbard Lady Jags' magical playoff run came to an end against the Sam Rayburn Lady Rebels, keeping Hubbard just short of getting to the state tournament. Dallas Fletcher hit a two-run home run before Sam Rayburn pulled away for a 7-2 victory over the Lady Jaguars in the Class 1A Region II final on Friday night.
JUCO World Series: The goods ... Navarro knows what it takes (UPDATED: Corrects schedules to CST)
The Navarro Bulldogs won the 2011 JUCO World Series the way most baseball championships are won. With a deep pitching staff. An unsung hero. Great defense. And a defining moment, catcher J.T. Files’ walkoff home run in the national championship game.
Navarro County Pro Rodeo set to hit town next week
It’s almost rodeo time in Navarro County. The Navarro County Pro Rodeo is coming to town next weekend at the Navarro County Youth Exposition Center. Gates will open at 6 p.m. both Friday, May 31, and Saturday, June 1, with the rodeo beginning about 8 p.m.
Melton collects two more hits, but Aggies fall to Miss. St., 6-4
Adam Frazier went 4 for 5 with an RBI and Mississippi State beat Texas A&M 6-4 Thursday night in the Southeastern Conference tournament. Hunter Melton was 2 for 4 with an RBI single in the first.
GC Baseball: Unbelievable - Windthorst plates 6 in seventh to stun Dawson
Bo Moore lives by the run. He likes to put pressure on the opponent. A three-run seventh looked like just enough cushion in a five-run game. But it wasn’t. Windthorst scored six runs, five with two outs, to steal a 7-6 win from Dawson in Game 1 of the Region II-1A seminfinals at Weatherford College.
NC Baseball: Bloodlines run deep for top hurler
Lukas Schiraldi will likely be drafted in the first five to six rounds in June’s Major League Baseball draft. Navarro’s right-hander already has signed with the University of Texas. His baseball career will continue at the next level after the JUCO World Series.
Melton homers again as A&M tops Vanderbilt, 5-0
Parker Ray pitched eight-plus innings to lead Texas A&M to a 5-0 victory over top-seeded Vanderbilt on Wednesday in the second round of the Southeastern Conference baseball tournament. Hunter Melton of Corsicana homered for the second straight day.
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