Region XIV Softball: Bulldogs stay alive, beat Galveston
If there was any question as to how the Navarro Bulldogs would respond after a disappointing opening day loss in the NJCAA Region XIV Softball Tournament, they were answered with an eight-run first inning against the Galveston Whitecaps.
Magical season for Frost rewarded
The 2012 season was truly a remarkable one for the Frost Polar Bears. For a team that hadn’t had a playoff appearance in the past 11 years, ending their season with a 12-2 record was a huge accomplishment that took overcoming many obstacles to achieve.
Area athletes set for state gold rush
The Golden Circle will be chasing gold in Austin next weekend. The area has a smattering of athletes represented, led by the Lady Bears of Frost, sending the most in terms of sheer numbers, and two Tigers from Corsicana looking to soar high enough to land on the medal stand.
Morgan: Why should I care?
There was huge news in the world of sports this week — an NBA player came out as gay.
Jason Collins, most recently with the Washington Wizards announced to the world that he was gay.
I was shocked. I mean, really, who knew? I certainly didn’t. I didn’t think the Washington Wizards were still in the NBA. I know that they have never been able to beat the Globetrotters.
GC Baseball: Wortham routes Itasca in bi-district, 13-3
The Wortham Bulldogs had a rather easy time advancing in the bi-district round of the Class 1A playoffs, pounding Itasca, 13-3, in five innings.
CHS Baseball: Ace Grounds wants the ball in Game 2 vs. ’Hachie
Heath Autrey set up his pitching rotation for the Tigers’ bi-district playoff series against rival Waxahachie to maximize the availability of senior Holden Grounds. That’s a good thing now.
Region XIV Softball: Blinn 9, Navarro 1
When the groundscrew removed the flag in left field, coaches wanted it back to judge the wind. The wind certainly played a role Thursday.
Blinn took advantage of the breaks it created, and Navarro could not as the Lady Bucs topped the Bulldogs, 9-1, in the first round of the Region XIV Softball Tournament at Jesse and Lou Cummings Field.
CHS Baseball: Big 3rd propels Indians over Tigers in Game 1
It was one of those rivalry games where most things needed to go right for you. A 3-2 pitch. A ball in the gap. A play at the plate.
Just enough went right for Waxahachie, and the Indians left Ennis with a 6-3 win over the Tigers, taking a 1-0 lead in the Region II-4A bi-district series.
Area Golf: Wednesday’s Senior Scramble results
George Lewis, Elwood Barnes, Ira Richards and Rinert Schultz shot a 58 to take Wednesday’s Senior Scramble at Oak Trail Golf Club.
Hubbard doubles teams fall at state tournament
Hubbard had doubles teams in boys and girls play advance to the Class 1A state tournament Monday. Both fell in the first round.
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