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Local Sports Round up 4/10/14


Varsity and JV high school track and field meets are taking place or wrapping up today.


The District 20-3A meet is in Carthage

The District 21-1A meet is being held in Shelbyville. The running event finals will be at 6 this evening.

The District 23-1A meet is in San Augustine

The Dist. 19-2A is taking place in Crockett.


Center ISD is hosting a Special Olympics Meet for area participants from 9 to 12 noon tomorrow at Roughrider Stadium.


Baseball Friday:


The Center Roughriders have a bye. Center is 3-5, a half-game back of Diboll for fourth place. Hudson is in first place, tied with Carthage, while Jasper is in third at 4-4. It's pretty well a "must win" for the Riders from here on out to make the playoffs.


In Dist. 21-1A, No. 1 state-ranked Douglass is 12-0, Cushing is in second at 9-2, and the Joaquin Rams are in third at 8-4. Timpson is 6-6. The top three teams go into the playoffs. Tenaha and Shelbyville are 2-9.


Friday's schedule has Shelbyville at Joaquin, and Tenaha at Timpson.


Dist. 23-1A, is led by state-ranked Colmesneil at 8-0, West Sabine is 7-1, and Broaddus is 6-2 in third. Zavalla is a game back at 5-3. The San Augustine Wolves are in fifth place at 3-6.


San Augustine goes to state-ranked West Sabine Friday.


In Dist. 19-2A, Garrison is in second at 7-2, a game back of state-ranked Central Heights, and Groveton's in third. Garrison has a bye Friday.




The Center Lady Riders picked up their first district win Tuesday over Diboll, and have a bye Friday. Huntington and Hudson are leading the district race.


District 21-1A, No. 1 state-ranked and undefeated Beckville is on top, with the Shelbyville Lady Dragons in sole possession of second place at 7-3, with the Joaquin Lady Rams and Timpson Lady Bears fighting it out for third at 6-4. Those two will play in Joaquin Friday night.


The Garrison Lady Bulldogs defeat Crockett, 20-0 in three innings last night, and remain atop Dist. 19-2A. Garrison will be idle Friday.


At the recent District 22-2A golf tournament, Garrison’s Jordan Henderson was second medallist shooting a 73, and teammate Doug Prince had an 85 to place fifth, qualifying each for region. The Central Heights boys’ and girls’ teams both took second and will be advancing to the regional event April 14.


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