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Texas QB David Ash ends playing career

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas quarterback David Ash has given up playing football after suffering at least one concussion and lingering symptoms over the last year.

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Altuve breaks Biggio's record

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HOUSTON (AP) — Jose Altuve enjoyed a record-breaking moment in his amazing season.

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Texas downs the A's with Smolinski's homer

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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Jake Smolinski needed little time to get back into the swing of things after missing nearly two months with a broken left foot.

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Top 10 Texas High School rankings

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The Associated Press
    Here is The Associated Press high school poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, points based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, and the team's ranking in last week's poll:

Class 6A
School        Total    Points    Prv
1. Allen (24)    (3-0)    249    1
2. DeSoto (1)    (3-0)    223    4
3. Euless Trinity    (3-0)    163    5
4. Cibolo Steele    (3-0)    151    6
5. SL Carroll    (3-0)    136    7
6. Pearland    (3-0)    96    8
7. Manvel    (3-0)    84    9
8. Dallas Skyline    (3-0)    74    NR
9. Denton Guyer    (2-1)    50    10
10. Katy        (2-1)    48    2
Others receiving votes: 11, Cedar Hill 38. 12, SA Northside Brennan 35. 13, Hewitt Midway 11. 14, The Woodlands 5. 15, Abilene 4. 16, Lake Travis 3. 17, Austin Westlake 2. 18, Dallas Highland Park 1. 18, Cypress Fairbanks 1. 18, Amarillo 1.

Class 5A
School        Total    Points    Prv
1. Aledo (13)    (2-1)    229    4
2. Cedar Park (3)    (2-1)    189    5
3. Lufkin (2)    (2-1)    147    2
4. Georgetown (3)    (3-0)    138    8
5. Ft Bend Elkins (2)(3-0)    127    9
6. Temple        (1-1)    107    7
7. Tyler        (2-1)    91    1
8. Man.Timberview (1)(2-1)    75    3
9. Lancaster    (2-1)    50    6
10. W. Mesquite (1)    (3-0)    41    NR
Others receiving votes: 11, Rockwall-Heath 40. 12, Austin Vandegrift 33. 13, Richmond Foster 20. 14, Richmond George Ranch 18. 15, Ennis 17. 16, CC Flour Bluff 15. 17, Whitehouse 11. 18, Fort Bend Ridge Point 9. 19, Canyon 4. 19, Canyon Randall 4. 21, Longview 3. 21, Houston King 3. 21, Georgetown East View 3. 24, Crosby 1.

Class 4A
School        Total    Points    Prv
1. Stephenville (19)    (3-0)    243    1
2. Navasota (3)    (3-0)    216    2
3. Argyle (1)    (3-0)    187    3
4. Graham (1)    (3-0)    165    4
5. Gilmer (1)    (3-0)    160    5
6. WO-Stark    (3-0)    131    6
7. Kennedale    (3-0)    83    10
8. La Grange    (3-0)    58    NR
9. Celina        (2-1)    45    7
10. La Marque    (2-1)    30    NR
Others receiving votes: 11, Fairfield 15. 12, Big Spring 8. 13, La Vernia 7. 13, Van 7. 15, Tatum 5. 15, El Campo 5. 17, Atlanta 3. 17, Port Isabel 3. 19, Gladewater 2. 20, Carthage 1. 20, Liberty Hill 1.

Class 3A
School        Total    Points    Prv
1. Cisco (23)    (3-0)    248    1
2. Franklin (2)    (2-0)    220    2
3. Rockdale    (3-0)    182    3
4. Wall        (2-1)    162    4
5. Cor.-Camden    (3-0)    143    5
6. Kirbyville    (3-0)    106    7
7. Teague        (3-0)    84    9
8. Waskom    (2-1)    77    8
9. Malakoff    (3-0)    61    10
10. White Oak    (3-0)    23    NR
Others receiving votes: 11, Grandview 18. 12, Cameron Yoe 11. 13, Arp 8. 14, Blanco 5. 14, Gunter 5. 14, New Boston 5. 17, Eastland 4. 17, Denver City 4. 19, Shallowater 3. 20, Lago Vista 2. 20, East Bernard 2. 22, Sonora 1. 22, Spearman 1.

Class 2A
School        Total    Points    Prv
1. Refugio (15)    (2-0)    238    1
2. Mart (8)    (3-0)    232    2
3. Tenaha (2)    (3-0)    188    3
4. Canadian    (3-0)    163    4
5. Bremond    (3-0)    128    5
6. Albany        (3-0)    115    6
7. Shiner        (3-0)    103    7
8. Mason        (3-0)    84    8
9. Crawford    (3-0)    45    9
10. Centerville    (2-1)    21    10
Others receiving votes: 11, Stratford 15. 12, Iraan 9. 12, Abernathy 9. 14, Seagraves 8. 15, Muenster 5. 15, Falls City 5. 17, Alto 4. 18, Hamlin 3.

Eagles make right calls in 30-27 win over Colts

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Philadelphia made all the right calls Monday night.

In the end, Andrew Luck and the Colts made too many mistakes.

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