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Hall of Famer Chuck Bednarik passes away at age 89

Hall of Famer Chuck Bednarik passes away at age 89

 Chuck Bednarik, a standout two-way player for the Philadelphia Eagles, a Pro Football Hall of Famer and a decorated Army Air Corps member in World War II, passed away Saturday morning at age 89 after a short illness, the club announced.
Bishop Gorman hires Mr. Rod Kasper as new Athletic Director

Bishop Gorman hires Mr. Rod Kasper as new Athletic Director

 Bishop Gorman is pleased to announce the hiring of Mr. Rod Kaspar as Athletic Director for Bishop Gorman Catholic School. Mr.

TJC men's soccer get their championship rings

There was no band or roaring crowd, but in some ways that's fitting for this group. On Friday night, the TJC Men's soccer team received their national championship rings at Pat Hartley Field just before a scrimmage.
Cowboys scout Bryce Petty, but history says they won’t draft a QB

Cowboys scout Bryce Petty, but history says they won’t draft a QB

Quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson drove to Waco on Wednesday to watch Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty throw.
Veteran Ludwick looking for a happy Rangers homecoming

Veteran Ludwick looking for a happy Rangers homecoming

As Ryan Ludwick recalls, it was a dandy of a spring. The Texas Rangers were going to be winners, we had all decided, and Ludwick was hitting homers and turning heads with each at-bat.
Harmony product Seahorn named Hitter of Week

Harmony product Seahorn named Hitter of Week

Harmony High School graduate and Henderson State University sophomore Keirsten Seahorn could not be held hitless in even one game by Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
James Hardy scores 50

James Hardy scores 50

It had to be memorable. It had to be special. So James Harden made an extraordinary night unforgettable.
Opening day of NCAA Tournament proves disappointing for state of Texas

Opening day of NCAA Tournament proves disappointing for state of Texas

Thursday proved to be a disappointing day of basketball for the state of Texas. The "Lone Star State" sent five teams to the NCAA Tournament and they all fell to their opponents in the round of 64.
SFA's NCAA dreams fall short in 7-point loss to Utah

SFA's NCAA dreams fall short in 7-point loss to Utah

Stephen F. Austin State University's NCAA dreams fell short on Thursday with a 57-50 loss to Utah. SFA closed out their memorable season at 29-5, coming one victory shy of notching two consecutive 30-win seasons.
BIG 12 NEWS: Texas ends season with loss to Butler in NCAA tourney

BIG 12 NEWS: Texas ends season with loss to Butler in NCAA tourney

The No. 11-seed Texas Longhorns season came to an end against the No. 6-seed Butler Bulldogs in the NCAA Tournament.
Arizona rolls over Texas Southern in NCAA tournament

Arizona rolls over Texas Southern in NCAA tournament

 No. 15-seed Texas Southern was unable to pull the major upset as they fell to No. 2-seed Arizona, 93-72, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
UCLA survives SMU after controversial 3-point goaltending call

UCLA survives SMU after controversial 3-point goaltending call

A controversial goaltending call against No. 6-seed SMU helped No.11-seed UCLA stay alive in the NCAA Tournament on Thursday.
Longview senior Chism reaches state powerlifting meet on first try

Longview senior Chism reaches state powerlifting meet on first try

Ravan Chism has spent a considerable amount of time in the weight room over her four-year athletic career at Longview High School.
SFA loses at NCAA Tournament

SFA loses at NCAA Tournament

Stephen F. Austin lost to Utah Thursday night in Portland, 57-50, in the NCAA Tournament. The Lumberjacks finish with a record of 29 wins and five losses.
Cornerback Sterling Moore leaves Dallas for Tampa Bay

Cornerback Sterling Moore leaves Dallas for Tampa Bay

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers must have liked what they saw from the 2014 Dallas Cowboys defense. They poached another member on Thursday when cornerback Sterling Moore signed a one-year deal with the Bucs.