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Reported games for the week of
Friday, November 21 2014
  • Brook Hill

    21

    Bishop Gorman

    28

    AT
    11/22 - Final Sat
  • Coldspring-Oakhurst

    0

    Tatum

    0

    AT
    11/22 - 6:00PM
  • Henderson

    36

    Columbia

    20

    AT
    11/22 - Final Sat
  • Lake Ridge

    37

    Longview

    35

    AT
    11/22 - Final Sat
  • Mineola

    42

    Commerce

    14

    AT
    11/22 - Final Sat
  • Trinity School of Texas

    51

    Wichita Christian

    6

    AT
    11/22 - Final
  • Alto

    65

    Ore City

    29

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Arp

    28

    Gunter

    35

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Athens

    26

    Kennedale

    30

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Carlisle

    27

    West Sabine

    26

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Carthage

    21

    El Campo

    28

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Chapel Hill

    28

    Navasota

    49

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Corrigan-Camden

    14

    Rogers

    40

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Crockett

    48

    Clifton

    44

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Gilmer

    80

    Waco Connally

    21

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Gladewater

    34

    Fairfield

    16

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • John Tyler

    44

    Mansfield Summit

    27

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Leonard

    32

    Waskom

    52

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Marshall

    35

    Oak Cliff

    55

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Paris

    28

    Sanger

    16

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Tenaha

    40

    Hubbard

    26

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Timpson

    7

    Chilton

    33

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Union Grove

    14

    Lovelady

    7

    AT
    11/21 - Final
  • Winnsboro

    7

    Whitesboro

    35

    AT
    11/21 - Final

Breaking News

Sunday, November 23, 2014 - 9:08pm
Sports

NBA charges Donald Sterling, schedules June 3 vote

NBA charges Donald Sterling, schedules June 3 vote
CNN
Sports
Monday, May 19, 2014 - 2:22pm

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has until May 27 to respond to the National Basketball Association, which on Monday "initiated a charge" seeking to terminate all ownership rights in the franchise, the NBA announced in a written statement.

Sterling, who owns the team with his wife, Shelly, through a family trust, will also be allowed to make a presentation at a special Board of Governors meeting scheduled for June 3.

In order to terminate the Sterlings' franchise rights, 75% of the other 29 owners would have to vote to sustain the charge and force a sale.

The 80-year-old lawyer and billionaire real estate investor is already fighting a $2.5 million fine and a lifetime ban imposed by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. Through his lawyer, Maxwell Blecher, the longtime owner has argued he has been denied due process.

The league said its reputation and relationship with its fans have been damaged by Sterling's racist remarks to V. Stiviano that were posted online in April by TMZ and in an interview with CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360."

"Among other things, Mr. Sterling disparaged African-Americans and 'minorities'; directed a female acquaintance not to associate publicly with African-Americans or to bring African-Americans to Clippers games; and criticized African-Americans for not supporting their communities," the statement said.

Last week, Sterling hired Blecher, an antitrust lawyer who has worked with him in the past, to fight the NBA.

Shelly Sterling has said she wants to keep an ownership stake in the team but doesn't want to be the controlling partner.

The Clippers' turbulent season ended late Thursday in a 104-98 loss to Oklahoma City. The Thunder won the series four games to two.

CNN's Jill Martin contributed to this report.

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