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H.S. Baseball: Neches scores five runs in the fifth to come back and beat Martins Mill, 6-4
The Neches Tigers’ baseball team pulled off a comeback win against Martins Mill on Tuesday afternoon in Neches, winning the game 6-4.
Westwood hosts "Run into Spring" 5K Run
Westwood High School played host to the annual “Run into Spring” 5K Run on Saturday morning.
H.S. Softball: Palestine's game on Friday cancelled
Friday's Palestine softball game against New Summerfield has been cancelled.
H.S. Softball: Cayuga run-rules another opponent, Hughes throws perfect game
Perfect games don’t happen too often in baseball or softball, but when they do, a team hopes to be on the winning end of it.
H.S. Baseball: Frankston gets walk-off win against Hawkins, 2-1
A walk-off passed ball in the bottom of the 7th inning gave Frankston the 2-1 victory against Hawkins on Tuesday night.
H.S. Soccer: Palestine Wildcats set to play tonight at China Springs HS
Palestine boys soccer plays tonight at China Springs HS in Waco at 7 p.m. Even if it rains, Coach Absalom said the game will still be played.
H.S. Soccer: Palestine Wildcats, Ladycats set to play first round in Waco
Two playoff teams, one destination.
The Palestine Wildcats and Ladycats are headed to Waco to play in the soccer playoffs at Robinson High School tonight.
H.S. Powerlifting: Elkhart, Westwood represent the Dogwood Circle in the State Championship
Four athletes from the Dogwood Circle took part in the boys Powerlifting State Championship Saturday in Abilene.
H.S. Softball: Cayuga blows past LaPoynor 15-0 after four innings
Total dominance on both sides of the ball had the No. 10 Cayuga Ladycats cruising past the LaPoynor Lady Flyers 15-0 on Friday afternoon.
H.S. Track and Field: Palestine, Grapeland start off strong in Dogwood Relays
Palestine and Grapeland came into the Dogwood Relays at Palestine both looking for strong finishes.
What both sides got were fresh starts.
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