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  • Ray beats Calallen to advance to regional baseball tournament

    Ray beats Calallen to advance to regional baseball tournament

    Sunday, May 21 2017 12:16 AM EDT2017-05-21 04:16:25 GMT
    Today was a simple case of a pitchers refusing to give in and a defenses refusing to back down. The Texans from Ray taking on the Wildcats from Calallen. The three game series is tied at one a piece.  Both teams had opportunities to score. Early on Texans have Alex Aitken on third, he goes home on a ball hit to short. And gets tagged out at the plate. Then Cal Allen has their chance to score with one out and runners on the corners. But hit into a double ...
    Today was a simple case of a pitchers refusing to give in and a defenses refusing to back down. The Texans from Ray taking on the Wildcats from Calallen. The three game series is tied at one a piece.  Both teams had opportunities to score. Early on Texans have Alex Aitken on third, he goes home on a ball hit to short. And gets tagged out at the plate. Then Cal Allen has their chance to score with one out and runners on the corners. But hit into a double ...
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  • Following great success, would the Javelinas consider moving up to division I status?

    Following great success, would the Javelinas consider moving up to division I status?

    Wednesday, June 28 2017 10:57 PM EDT2017-06-29 02:57:30 GMT
    It's known as Javelina Nation, thousands of die hard Texas A&M Kingsville fans who are as loyal as any division II program in the country.  Several packs of Hogs including myself (class of '83) showed up tonight in big numbers at Scuttlebutts for a Javelina Hog Call. An amazing fan base indeed, over 130 thousand turned out in Kingsville this past year to support various athletic events.  The program has enjoyed great success in the majority of the different sports offe...
    It's known as Javelina Nation, thousands of die hard Texas A&M Kingsville fans who are as loyal as any division II program in the country.  Several packs of Hogs including myself (class of '83) showed up tonight in big numbers at Scuttlebutts for a Javelina Hog Call. An amazing fan base indeed, over 130 thousand turned out in Kingsville this past year to support various athletic events.  The program has enjoyed great success in the majority of the different sports offe...
  • Dave Campbell's Texas Football "bold predictions" for some area HS teams

    Dave Campbell's Texas Football "bold predictions" for some area HS teams

    Wednesday, June 28 2017 9:49 PM EDT2017-06-29 01:49:43 GMT
    Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine predicts Calallen and Flour Bluff will again meet in the 30-5A district championship game. The magazine also predicts King, Ray, Veterans Memorial and GP will make the zone playoffs. Dave Campbell likes Sinton in class 4A and he also predicts Mart will defeat Refugio in the 2A Divisiion I championship game.  
    Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine predicts Calallen and Flour Bluff will again meet in the 30-5A district championship game. The magazine also predicts King, Ray, Veterans Memorial and GP will make the zone playoffs. Dave Campbell likes Sinton in class 4A and he also predicts Mart will defeat Refugio in the 2A Divisiion I championship game.  
  • Cowboys pass rusher David Irving gets 4 game PED suspension

    Cowboys pass rusher David Irving gets 4 game PED suspension

    Wednesday, June 28 2017 4:55 PM EDT2017-06-28 20:55:04 GMT
    FRISCO, Texas (AP) - Dallas defensive end David Irving has been suspended the first four games of the season for violating the NFL's policy against performance-enhancing drugs.      The ban announced Wednesday leaves the Cowboys without two potential starting pass rushers because of suspensions. Randy Gregory, a second-round pick who slid in the 2015 draft because of concerns over marijuana use, is likely to miss the entire season for multiple violations of the substanc...
    FRISCO, Texas (AP) - Dallas defensive end David Irving has been suspended the first four games of the season for violating the NFL's policy against performance-enhancing drugs.      The ban announced Wednesday leaves the Cowboys without two potential starting pass rushers because of suspensions. Randy Gregory, a second-round pick who slid in the 2015 draft because of concerns over marijuana use, is likely to miss the entire season for multiple violations of the substanc...
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