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Final A&M-Commerce home game tonight full of events, promotions

COMMERCE —There is a full schedule of activities set for Wednesday's A&M-Commerce

basketball game against Southwestern Oklahoma State. A&M-Commerce is just one of six NCAA Division II schools that are a part of the McLendon Foundation.

John McLendon, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame and National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, is recognized as the first African American basketball coach at a predominantly white university.

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Lady Trojans powerlifters advance to regionals

REDWATER — The Cumby Lady Trojans Powerlifting team placed fifth at the Redwater Powerlifting Meet on Thursday, Feb. 18.

Four of the Lady Trojans will advance as THSWPA regional qualifiers. Advancing under the direction of Coach Gary Parrish are in the 123 weight class Courtney Salinas and Krystin Krodle, in the 148 weight class Ashley Anderson, and in the 198 weight class Molly Nance.

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Lady Cats edge Lindale Monday

LINDALE — To avoid snow and sleet, Sulphur Springs moved the game from Tuesday to Monday.

But it was still cold, very cold reported Sulphur Springs head softball coach David Carrillo. The Lady Cat bats were hot enough to pound out a dozen hits and take a 5-4 win over Lindale.

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Yantis, Wolfe City in playoffs at SSHS

HAWKINS — The tie was broken, and the Yantis Owls got the short end of the stick. On Friday night, the Owls lost to the Martin's Mill Mustangs, 42-35 at Hawkins High School.

“It was an East Texas playoff preview on Friday night, in front of 800 fans! It was a tremendously hard fought defensive struggle,” said Jack Bowles, Yantis Owls head basketball coach. “Yantis is currently ranked No. 20 while Martin's Mill is No. 12.”

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Ector Eagles soar by Saltillo

COMMERCE — The bi-district game in Commerce High School’s gym, though exciting, ended in disappointment for the Saltillo Lions.

Even though they were competitive throughout and played with heart, they were ultimately outlasted by their opponents, the Ector Eagles, 76-47.

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