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Local Sports Round up 02/17/15; Girls' basketball bi-district results, schedule, Riders to observe Senior Night

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High School Basketball:


Girls’ Playoffs:


Class 2A Bi-Dist.

San Augustine 42, Colmesneil 47. Colmesneil advances to play the Tenaha Lady Tigers in Pineland at West Sabine High School, 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the area round.


Martinsville 36, Carlisle 41. Carlisle moves on to meet Evadale in area.


Class 3A Bi-Dist.

Garrison 60, Crockett 54. The Garrison Lady Bulldogs will meet Anahuac in area.


Central Heights 49, Onalaska 36. Central Heights will now play Buna in area.


Class A Bi-Dist.

Kennard 32, Douglass 21


Tonight, the Shelbyville Lady Dragons take on Overton at 7:30 p.m. in Cushing in a Class 2A bi-district game. The winner plays Broaddus (Dist. 23-2A champion) in area later this week.


The Tenaha ISD Special Events Center will host a girls’ Class 4A bi-district playoff game at 7 p.m. tonight with Henderson vs. Huntington.


Boys' Basketball:


The Center Roughriders will wrap-up their Dist. 19-4A schedule at home tonight against (1-6) Henderson. It’s Senior Night at Roughrider Gym. The Riders are tied with Tatum for first at 6-1. Tatum goes to Rusk (1-6). A win out by both Center and Tatum would force a one-game playoff probably Friday for district seeding in the state playoffs. Center and Tatum are in, as Carthage (4-4). Up for grabs is the fourth play-off spot between Rusk and Henderson (1-7).


In Dist. 22-2A, the District Champion Shelbyville Dragons (8-1) will go to the Timpson Bears (6-3) tonight. Both teams are headed to post-season. Meanwhile, the Tenaha Tigers (6-3) can take second place with a win at home against the Joaquin Rams (1-8). Martinsville goes to Beckville in the other district game. Second and third place in the district will meet Dist. 21-2A in bi-district next week.


In the Dist. 23-2A boys’ district title is on the line tonight in San Augustine as the Wolves meet West Sabine. Both are 8-1. Broaddus (5-4) goes to Brookeland (4-5) for the final playoff spot.


Feb 17

Dist. 19-4A
Henderson @ Center
Tatum @ Rusk


Dist. 22-2A

Feb 17
Martinsville @ Beckville
Joaquin @ Tenaha
Timpson @ Shelbyville


Dist. 23-2A

Broaddus @ Brookeland
Pineywoods @ Zavalla
West Sabine @ San Augustine


Dist. 22-3A

Central Heights @ Woden
Garrison @ Woodville
Central @ Hemphill
Woodville @ Garrison


Boys' Dist. Standings


x-Center 6-1

x-Tatum 6-1

x-Carthage 4-4

Henderson 1-7

Rusk 1-6



xy-Shelbyville 8-1

x-Tenaha 6-3

x-Timpson 6-3

Martinsville 5-4

Joaquin 1-8

Beckville 1-8



x-San Augustine 8-1

x-West Sabine 8-1

Brookeland 4-5

Broaddus 5-4
Pineywoods 2-7

Zavalla 0-8


x-Clinched Playoff Berth

y-District Champion


College Hoops:


The SFA Lumberjacks rebound to beat Incarnate Word, 90-76 in San Antonio last night. SFA returns home to play Nicholls State in a double-header with the LadyJacks Saturday.




The Center Riders and Lady Riders go to Jasper today in district play.




The Center vs. Shelbyville game today has been cancelled due to weather. The Lady Riders will be at the Hudson Tourney beginning Thursday.


The Garrison Lady Bulldogs open up at Huntington Wednesday at 5 p.m.


The Joaquin Lady Rams will start the season Thursday in the Carthage Tournament.


The Timpson Lady Bears will be in the Hudson Tournament Thursday to open the season.




The Center Riders’ scrimmage with Central has been rescheduled until 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Pollock Central. The Riders are scheduled to have their final scrimmage at home against Jasper this Friday starting with JV at 4:30 p.m.


The Center Roughrider Baseball program will be sponsoring a benefit Hit-a-Thon at 11 a.m. Saturday at Roughrider Field. Players hope to rains at least $5,000 for the program to help off-set expenses. Players have been asking for donations and any help would be appreciated. The hit-a-thon’s format will have each Rider getting 10 pitches, with the Total distance hit times what was pledged per foot the amount raised by the player. For more, contact Rider Head Coach David Sheppherd at Center High School.


Weather permitting, the Joaquin Rams are home to scrimmage Hemphill at 4:30 p.m. today; and the Garrison Bulldogs have a scrimmage at home with Elysian Fields at 4:30 p.m.


The Shelbyville Dragons are scheduled to scrimmage West Sabine at 5 p.m. Thursday in Shelbyville;

The high school regular season begins next Monday, Feb. 23.



Power Lifting:

Center High School will be hosting an invitational at Center High School Gym at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.


College Rodeo:

The Panola College Rodeo Men’s Team placed fifth in Trinity Valley Community College’s Rodeo held in Athens last weekend. Panola is led by bareback rider Wyatt Denny, who leads the Southern Regional Standings by 300 points. He scored a 79 and 80. The next college rodeo is Feb. 27 & 28 in Kingsville.


The San Augustine Lions Sporting Clay Shoot will be held this Saturday, Feb. 21 at Fairway Farm, located five miles east of San Augustine on Hwy. 21. All proceeds benefit Texas Lions’ Camp, local charities and scholarships. The shoot will consist of four or five person teams. Individuals are welcome and everyone will be placed on a team. There will be one flight beginning at 10 a.m., registration starts at 8 a.m. Fee is $100 per shooter. Food, drinks and prizes will be provided. A special brass plated lever-action Henry rifle donated by T-Roy Broussard from the “Swamp People” TV show will be auctioned and another Henry rifle will be awarded to the “top shooter”. Title sponsors are Contango Oil & Gas Company, XTO Entergy and CHI St. Luke’s Health. For more information contact Norrell Thomas at 936-275-6015 or Kenny Fowler at 936-275-6208. Entry forms are also available at Center Broadcasting at 307 San Augustine Street in Center.


The Logansport Chamber of Commerce will have their 8th annual Sand Bass Tournament Saturday, March 14. Entry fee is $150 per team, with an optional $50 per team for Big Bass. Fishing begins at 6 a.m., and boats must be landed on Toledo Bend or the Sabine River. Fishing on the bank is also allowed. First-place will pay $5,000. Prize money payouts are based on a minimum of 75 teams entered. A copy of the tournament rules and an entry form is available at Center Broadcasting, 307 San Augustine St. in Center.

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