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The business manager for the Dallas Cowboys has done it again. He took the state of the art stadium and converted it to a great basketball facility.
The AT&T Death Star brought record crowds for the NCAA’s Final Four, and along with those crowds, rave reviews.
Next up for the House That Jerry Built will be the NCAA’s first ever football tournament’s championship game followed by the Fiftieth Annual American Country Music Awards show. Now, if they could just find a GM as good as their business manager.
CHS Track & Field: Tigers have strong showing at district meet
They're going to need a bus for that trip to the Class 4A Region II Area Track & Field Meet.
And that's just fine with Corsicana track & field coaches Wayne Braziel and Bubba Wallace, who watched their kids have a big day at the District 16-4A meet in Lindale.
CHS Tennis: Tiger teams top off incredible year with trip to region meet
As big years go, this one was a beauty, challenging, demanding and memorable.
That's three things you can say about Corsicana's tennis season, which encompassed all that and much more.
“It's probably the best year we've had in five years,'' said Corsicana tennis Coach Chad White, whose boys and girls teams both won District 16-4A titles to top off an incredible run that began last autumn.
GC Baseball: Buffalo pulls away from Mildred, 13-4
Buffalo scored five runs in the fifth, and six more in the seventh to pull away from the Mildred Eagles, 13-4, in a game featuring two teams that came in tied in District 23-2A.
Navarro Softball: Bulldogs sweep Kilgore, 4-0, 11-2
Navarro’s first-place Lady Bulldogs played their last regular season games on the road Wednesday and swept Kilgore, 4-0 and 11-2 to improve to 13-1 in the Region XIV race and 31-11 for the year.
CHS Track & Field: Tigers ready to make statement at District 16-4A meet
Robin Henley's voice was emphatic, and her words were to the point .
“People are sleeping on us. They don't believe in us,'' said Henley, who runs on all three of the relay teams for Corsicana's girls track & field team.
Then she made her point.
“We are going to regionals,'' she said.
CHS Baseball: Corsicana hammers Tyler 14-0
Corsicana's baseball team stole five bases, was hit three times by pitches, had a bunt single and a three run homer and also scored on a wild pitch Tuesday night at Price Field.
And that was just in the first inning.
It was that kind of night for the Tigers, who saluted and even embraced their seniors on Senior Night at Price, where they had no trouble at all beating John Tyler 14-0 in five innings.
GC Softball/Baseball: Roundup (Adds Dawson baseball)
Corsicana's Tiger softball team destroyed John Tyler 19-0 on Tuesday night, sending Tyler back to East Texas after only five innings. Corsicana scored four runs in the first inning and 15 in the bottom of the second and then coasted home in the lopsided game.
GC Track & Field: Frost girls, boys win district titles
Frosts' girls and boys teams both won District 19-1A track & field team titles as the Lady Polar Bears ran away from the field with 209 points and the boys won the title with 137 points.
The Lady Polar Bears, who had never won a district track & field title until last year, outscored the next three teams combined. Abbott was second in the eight team-field with 75 points.
CHS Tennis: Tigers sweep District 16-4A titles
Corsicana dominated the District 16-4A tennis tournament over the weekend, winning the boys and girls district team championship and will send five players to the Class 4A regional tournament next Monday and Tuesday at UT-Arlington.
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