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The Kerens Bobcats topped off another successful baseball season by picking up postseason awards on the District 20-2A All-District team.

Kerens senior leader Tate Engel, who has been a three-time all-state player, was named the District 20-2A MVP and freshman Dusty Spence earned the conference’s Newcomer of the Year award.


Both softball teams struggled through the first half of District 14-5A play, but fans would be hard-pressed to find a more exciting match-up than the Corsicana Lady Tigers and the Ennis Lady Lions.


Kolby Kinkade was solid and Devan Lindsey was perfect to lead the way Tuesday when Corsicana's Tigers bounced back from a bitter 2-1 loss to Ennis on Friday and knocked out Denton Ryan 6-3 on the road in a non-conference game.

The Texas Rangers' beleaguered bullpen delivered Wednesday night to help salvage the final game of a disappointing homestand.

Four relievers worked 4 1/3 innings, the only baserunner reaching on a throwing error, as the Rangers beat the Oakland Athletics 4-2. Isiah Kiner-Falefa hit a go-ahead single in the fifth to help stop Oakland's four-game winning streak.

Adrian Beltre tipped his cap to Ivan Rodriguez when the new Hall of Fame catcher acknowledged the 3,000-hit milestone for the Texas Rangers' 38-year-old third baseman.

Then Beltre added a few more to the ledger.

The four-time All-Star had three hits with three RBIs after the shout-out from Rodriguez, and the Rangers beat Houston 8-3 on Saturday night, handing the AL-leading Astros a season-high fifth straight loss.