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  • Hughes Springs

    27

    Jefferson

    29

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  • Tyler HEAT

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    Athens Christian Prep Academy

    19

    AT
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  • Anna

    14

    North Lamar

    47

    AT
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  • Athens

    49

    Rusk

    21

    AT
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  • Atlanta

    55

    Pittsburg

    13

    AT
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  • Beckville

    28

    Overton

    26

    AT
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  • Bells

    20

    Chisum

    40

    AT
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  • Big Sandy

    7

    Price Carlisle

    14

    AT
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    8

    Van

    52

    AT
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  • Buffalo

    0

    Alto

    63

    AT
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  • Canton

    48

    Spring Hill

    28

    AT
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    23

    Gladewater

    37

    AT
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  • China Springs

    38

    Bullard

    27

    AT
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    13

    Cumby

    30

    AT
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  • Corrigan-Camden

    74

    Kountze

    40

    AT
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  • Crockett

    28

    Madisonville

    35

    AT
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  • Detroit

    0

    Cushing

    36

    AT
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  • Garrison

    26

    New Diana

    14

    AT
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  • Gilmer

    61

    Daingerfield

    9

    AT
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  • Grapeland

    42

    Mt. Enterprise

    67

    AT
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  • Hawkins

    8

    Harmony

    29

    AT
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  • Henderson

    41

    Newton

    32

    AT
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  • Hooks

    30

    Clarksville

    0

    AT
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  • Joaquin

    30

    Cayuga

    28

    AT
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  • Kerens

    37

    Grand Saline

    27

    AT
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    13

    Texas High

    20

    AT
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  • King's Academy

    25

    Apple Springs

    41

    AT
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  • Malakoff

    57

    Edgewood

    22

    AT
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    20

    Wills Point

    13

    AT
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  • Mt. Vernon

    6

    Lone Oak

    40

    AT
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  • Paris

    34

    Palestine

    13

    AT
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  • Paul Pewitt

    0

    New Boston

    35

    AT
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  • Port Neches-Grove

    53

    Chapel Hill

    20

    AT
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  • Prairiland

    7

    Cooper

    30

    AT
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  • Rains

    51

    Quitman

    7

    AT
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  • Redwater

    25

    Linden-Kildare

    22

    AT
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  • Sachse

    49

    Tyler Lee

    62

    AT
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  • Scurry-Rosser

    26

    Eustace

    28

    AT
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  • Shelbyville

    47

    Colmesneil

    0

    AT
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  • Tatum

    41

    Liberty-Eylau

    14

    AT
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  • Tenaha

    26

    White Oak

    15

    AT
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  • Trinity School of Texas

    62

    karnack

    6

    AT
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  • Union Grove

    45

    Rivercrest

    0

    AT
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  • Warren

    38

    Huntington

    32

    AT
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  • Whitewright

    23

    Alba-Golden

    47

    AT
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  • Winnsboro

    23

    Sabine

    20

    AT
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Sports

Record eighth French Open title for Nadal

Record eighth French Open title for Nadal
MGN
Sports
Sunday, June 9, 2013 - 2:52pm

Rafael Nadal raced to a record eighth French Open title Sunday with a straight sets 6-3 6-2 6-3 dismissal of fellow Spaniard David Ferrer in a final briefly interrupted by a protestor brandishing a lighted flare.

Nadal was serving for the second set at 5-1 when a shirtless man with a white mask ran onto the Philippe Chatrier Court and came to within a few meters of Nadal.
 

He was swiftly tackled by security staff -- Nadal shook the hand of one of them -- but when play continued red smoke was still billowing over the court.
 

Perhaps shaken, Nadal dropped his service but quickly regained his composure to close out the set in the next game.
 

Protestors aside, the weather looked looked the only other obstacle to another Nadal triumph at Roland Garros.
 

Persistent drizzle was in evidence throughout the match, but the heavier rain held off long enough for the reigning champion to wrap up victory in two hours 16 minutes.

It was his 12th grand slam title and particularly sweet after his prolonged eighth month absence from the game with a knee injury -- only returning to the ATP circuit in February.
 

He also becomes the first man to win the same grand slam title eight times -- breaking out of a tie with Roger Federer and Pete Sampras -- who have seven wins apiece at Wimbledon.
 

Nadal's reputation as the "King of Clay" was further enhanced by his epic semifinal victory over No.1 Novak Djokovic, but his friend and long-time rival Ferrer was to prove stiff opposition despite the scoreline.

The 31-year-old fourth seed briefly led in the first set after an early break, but Nadal was soon back on track and claimed two breaks of his own to take the advantage.
 

The second set was more one-sided, Ferrer making his only gain against service after the protest.

Clearly impatient to close out his victory, Nadal immediately broke at the start of the third, but in trying to press made mistakes to be broken back.
 

He broke through again to take a 5-3 lead and duly served out comfortably for victory, falling back on to the clay in trademark fashion to celebrate after a whipped forehand winner on championship point.

"It's one of the most special ones," said an emotional Nadal.
"In the last year I have had some low moments but without my family I would not have done this. Without my physio I could not have done this. I never realized something like this could happen for me."

Ferrer, who was playing in his first grand slam final, conceded he had been up against an inspired opponent.
 

"I enjoyed the two weeks here. I congratulate Rafa, he's the best," he said.
"But I will try my best to have another chance to play in a final and win a grand slam. This tournament is very special to me."

Nadal was presented with his trophy by Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt, who had been sitting in the VIP Box with Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio.
 

Both had born close witness to the earlier court invasion, which appeared to be linked with a simultaneous incident on the nearby Suzanne Lenglen Court, where several protestors also lit flares and displayed banners opposed to France's same sex marriage legislation.
 

Two people were also ushered from the main stadium court after holding up a signs opposing the measure, which was passed last month amid widespread opposition in France.
 

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