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Lions part
of football
festival Sept. 20
     RICHARDSON, – The Lone Star Football Festival returns to AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas for the fourth straight year in 2014, and will feature four games in a single day on Saturday, Sept. 20.


     The lineup includes two Lone Star Conference tilts and a pair of non-conference games featuring opponents from the Gulf South Conference.  Texas A&M-Commerce faces Texas A&M-Kingsville, and Midwestern State goes against Eastern New Mexico in league action.  West Texas A&M plays Shorter (Georgia), and Tarleton State meets Florida Tech in non-conference play.
      The action starts at 10 a.m. with A&M-C vs. TAMUK, followed by WT-Shorter at 1 p.m., TSU-FIT at 5 p.m., and MSU-ENMU at 8 p.m. to conclude the football-filled day.
      A single ticket will be good for admission to all four games at the festival, with sales to begin in early June. Advance purchases will be rewarded with rates of $25 for adults and $10 for students.

Basketball
play days
for June
    Games set this month include
June 13-14  Chapel Hill MP  three game guarantee 3/4 through varsity boys girls entry deadline June 8 6 p.m. $150 Friday evening and Saturday
    June 14 West Rusk playday 5/6,    7/8,    JV and varsity boys and girls one gym call quick.
    June 20-21 Chapel Hill MP tournament 3 game guarantee 3/4 thru varsity boys, girls
entry deadline June 15 6pm $150.
    June 27-28 Rusk tourney Showdown in R Town four- game guarantee 3/4 through varsity boys and girls, entry deadline June 22 6 p.m. $225.
June 28 Como Pickton playday 5/6 through varsity one gym call quick entry deadline is June 25 6p.m.
    June 28 Harmony playday 5/6 through varsity entry deadline is June 25 6 p.m.

Pro baseball
tryouts set
at Hallsville
 HALLSVILLE — Area baseball players will have a chance to try out for the Tampa Bay Rays in an open camp set for June 11 at Hallsville High School’s baseball field.
    The camp is for players ages 16-21, and the camp will be supervised by Rays scout Pat Murphy and under the direction of scout Scott Mitchell.
    Registration will be at 8:30 a.m., with workout to follow.
The Rays will provide all equipment with the exception of glove, spikes and catcher’s gear.
 For information: Scott Mitchell (903) 424-8448.  

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