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If the Cowboys were an infomercial, I’d be pausing the DVR in order to read the fine print. Like my old granddad used to say, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” The 2013 Dallas Cowboys sound too good to be true.
Kiwanis Classic brackets released
The Kiwanis Classic is set for Dec. 26-28 at the K. and Ida Wolens Special Events Center at Navarro College. See the brackets here.
Texas High School football playoffs continue (5A-6 man pairings)
Here is a complete list of Texas high school UIL football playoff pairings for this weekend.
Navarro Basketball: Region XIV opener: Navarro 63, Jacksonville 57
Navarro's men's basketball team opens region play with a 63-57 victory over Jacksonville on Tuesday night.
GC Basketball: Frost off to fast start
Frost's Lady Bears have made a smooth transition from volleyball to basketball and are off to a 4-0 start with four romps, including Tuesday's 60-21 win over Milford.
CG Basketball: Roundup -- Rice boys stay perfect, Hubbard boys win, Kerens girls lose first game
Both Rice teams win, Hubbard's boys get a win and Kerens' state-ranked LadyCats lose on the road in Franklin.
Navarro Soccer: Bulldogs' magical run ends in national title game
The disappointment was both understandable, and palpable. However, in the aftermath of Navarro College’s 3-1 loss to top-seeded Iowa Western in the NJCAA national championship women’s soccer game Saturday, there was also another feeling: “I’m proud of every single one of those girls over there, and my coaches” co-captain Lexi Riggs said.
GC Basketball: Roundup: Kerens girls, Rice boys win on Friday
Kerens' LadyCats beat Maypearl in overtime and Rice's Bulldogs build an 18-point lead and run away from Kemp, 87-80 on Friday.
GC Football: Leonard ends Blooming Grove’s season, 35-21
It ended on a cold, rainy, miserable night that was full of hope and promise that didn’t die until the final minutes. It ended Friday at Coppell, this incredible, magical run by the Blooming Grove kids who never quit.
GC Football: Big second quarter propels Tenaha by Frost
If last year’s season seemed like a dream for Frost, Friday’s second half was indeed a nightmare. There was no near-miracle finish against Tenaha this year.
Six touchdowns in a quarter will ensure that.
Tenaha built a 49-point halftime lead and cruised to a 63-8 victory in the Region III-1A DII area finals at Lindale.
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