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Rangers send Adduci to disabled list

Rangers send Adduci to disabled list

The Texas Rangers announced today that the club has placed outfielder Jim Adduci on the 15-day disabled list with a fractured left little finger.
Spring Hill’s Nichols books trip to state tennis tourney

Spring Hill’s Nichols books trip to state tennis tourney

Spring Hill sophomore Mabry Nichols earned a second trip to the UIL State Tennis Tournament by winning the Region II Tournament.
Texans lock up Watt through 2015

Texans lock up Watt through 2015

J.J. Watt, the 2012 NFL defensive player of the year and one of the faces of the Texans franchise, is not going anywhere.
Henderson's Davis up for Freshman of the Year

Henderson's Davis up for Freshman of the Year

Tiarra Davis has gotten off to a great start at Texas. The former Henderson Lion has a 13-7 overall record, including a 5-0 mark in Big 12 conference play. Now, Davis is up for a major award.
Rangers place Scheppers on DL

Rangers place Scheppers on DL

The Texas Rangers announced today that the club has placed right-handed pitcher Tanner Scheppers on the 15-day disabled list with right elbow inflammation.
Pine Tree soccer foursome sticking together for college

Pine Tree soccer foursome sticking together for college

Jacksonville College has invaded the Pirate ship. Four Pine Tree soccer players – Juan Paz, True Clark, Jared Jimenez and Christian Jordan – signed to continue their careers at the two-year school on Thursday.

Douglass and Carlisle are the top two teams in Texas

Douglass is between Nacogdoches and Alto. Carlisle High School is in Price, Texas, between Tyler and Henderson. The Douglass Indians and the Carlisle Indians are the top two baseball teams in the state.
Rangers comeback again in 8-6 victory over Mariners

Rangers comeback again in 8-6 victory over Mariners

An early four-run lead disappeared as Tanner Scheppers struggled once again to avoid the big inning.
I-35 playoff history: Mavericks vs. Spurs

I-35 playoff history: Mavericks vs. Spurs

The Dallas Mavericks' lost to the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night to lock up the precious eight-seed, but, nonetheless, will return to the playoffs after a one-year postseason "sabbatical" to play the Eviction Notice - the Sa

Apache baseball team is rooting for the Dallas Stars

Tyler Junior College is not going to start a hockey team. But the Apaches are glad that the Dallas Stars are back in the playoffs again.

Katrina Kid goes from TJC to North Texas

Todd Eaglin has quite a story to tell. Hurricane Katrina forced him to move from Louisiana to Houston. From Houston, Eaglin walked-on at Tyler Junior College.
Stars rally comes up short in game one loss to Ducks

Stars rally comes up short in game one loss to Ducks

The Dallas Stars first playoff game in five seasons almost turned into a blowout. Anaheim went up 4-0 in the 2nd period, en route to a 4-3 victory.
Rockets will face Trail Blazers in first-round series

Rockets will face Trail Blazers in first-round series

The Rockets got the starting date for the postseason they wanted, opening their first-round series against the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday. They might have also gotten the sort of schedule they need, filled with off days.
Mavs lose to Memphis, will face Spurs in postseason

Mavs lose to Memphis, will face Spurs in postseason

Needing to sweep the season series with the Memphis Grizzlies, the Mavericks looked to seize the seventh seed in the Western Conference playoff picture.
White Oak’s Green commits to East Texas Baptist

White Oak’s Green commits to East Texas Baptist

Rebecca Green, part of a White Oak volleyball dynasty that averaged 40 wins per season during her high school career, will keep her talents in East Texas to play college volleyball at another successful program.