The Emmy Award winning DQ Big Game of the Week segment, highlighting the passion of Friday night high school football in Texas, returns to FOX Sports Southwest for its tenth season in 2012.
FOX Sports Southwest reporter Neil Beasley and a camera crew will be on-site at the Corsicana - Sulphur Springs football game on Friday, Sept. 28, to capture the “big game” atmosphere on-campus and around town. The special segment will be showcased on High School Scoreboard Live Friday, Sept. 28, midnight, replayed Saturday, Sept. 29, 9 a.m. The segment will also run on High School Spotlight, FSSW’s 30-minute Texas high school magazine show, on Sunday, Sept. 30, 10:30 p.m. replayed Monday, Oct. 1, 3 p.m.
DQ Big Game of the Week chronicles the day’s activities surrounding the game, from pep rallies to pregame gatherings at the local Dairy Queen, and takes viewers on campus, around the community and inside the locker room for an intimate look at high school football in Texas.
High School Scoreboard Live, FOX Sports Southwest’s popular one-hour scoreboard show, in its 16th season, offers a comprehensive recap of high school football action across Texas. Anchors Ric Renner and Craig Way offer scores and highlights from the opening week through the final championship games in December. In addition to highlights, the show offers a recap of the night’s “DQ Big Game of the Week” and a ticker along the bottom of the screen with game scores from all classifications around the state.
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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.
GC Softball: Single focus - Hubbard has sights set on steady Sam Rayburn
When Tuesday’s rains blew through Hubbard, blowing up the last half of practice, the Lady Jags loaded up, and went home. They can only hope to be loading up and going south next week. Hubbard (24-6-1) has a chance to set GPS devices for Austin if the Lady Jags can get past Sam Rayburn (28-2) Friday in the Region II-1A championship.
Area Schedule: Updated to correct Navarro's game time Saturday
Here is an updated schedule for this week's three remaining Golden Circle sports teams: Navarro baseball, Dawson baseball and Hubbard softball. It corrects the game time for Navarro, which is playing in the JUCO World Series in Colorado, on Mountain Time.
Melton powers Texas A&M past Florida, 6-3
Hunter Melton hit a three-run homer and had an RBI single to help Texas A&M defeat Florida 6-3 on Tuesday in the Aggies' first appearance in the SEC baseball tournament.
GC Baseball: ’Dogs want more - Windthorst next up for surging Dawson
At this point, it might be easy to classify the rest of the baseball season for Dawson as gravy. But hold on a minute, coach Bo Moore said. The Bulldogs (20-7) are in the Region II-1A semifinals, the club’s deepest trek in many, many moons. To do that, they beat a Dodd City team that ousted them last year in the area round.
NC Baseball: Multi-tooled, Reeves has brought offense, defense
Navarro catcher John Clay Reeves is back in the World Series. Only this year it’s the JUCO World Series and Grand Junction, Colo., and not the NCAA Division I College World Series and famed Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Neb. like it was in 2012.
Lindblom loses 1st start, Rangers fall to A's 9-2
Josh Lindblom pitched out of trouble several times early in his debut as a major league starter. The Texas right-hander couldn't do it in the fifth inning. Seth Smith homered and scored three times, Bartolo Colon pitched seven strong innings for his first win in a month and the Oakland A's beat the Rangers 9-2 on Monday night.
GC Softball: Mildred wins Game 2, but falls in series finale to Garrison
The Mildred Lady Eagles dropped their regional semifinal series to the Garrison Lady BulldogsSaturday in Lindale. After losing a heartbreaker on Friday night, the Eagles fought back to take Game 2, 2-1, but fell in the deciding game, 3-1.
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