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TYLER — As Joaquin and Timpson get set for their undefeated clash on Friday night, both teams are in the Top 7 of the Class 3A/2A/TAPPS portion of the #bEASTTexas Fabulous 15 entering Week 10 of the high school football season.

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ELKHART -- The Elkhart High School 2020 football season has been a rough one. A young team with a new coach and new program, the Elks were hit hard with injuries, key players missing from the line-up, and COVID-related forfeitures during district play. They were still looking for their first…

PALESTINE – The Palestine Wildcats clinched their second consecutive playoff berth under head coach Lance Angel behind a 42-6 homecoming victory against the Athens Hornets Friday.

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PALESTINE – The Palestine Wildcats picked up their third consecutive district win Friday against the Henderson Lions and now are one win away from a second straight playoff appearance.

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TYLER — Bullard and Palestine are both on three-game winning streaks, and both found their way into the latest installment of the #bEASTTexas Fabulous 15 following Week 8 of the high school football season.

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LATEXO – Elkhart Lady Elk Guin Young and Frankston Indian Govani Martinez finished as the top area performers in their respective classes, Wednesday, at the Latexo cross country invitational.

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HENDERSON – The Palestine Wildcats extended their win streak to three following their 17-8 road victory against the Henderson Lions Friday night.

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HENDERSON – With three weeks until the start of the playoffs the Palestine Wildcats have placed themselves in a position to control their destiny.

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A month and a half of Anderson County football has passed and we’re beginning to get a strong picture of the shape of majority of teams and which players are putting together special years.

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Professional baseball started in 1869 with the Cincinnati Red Stockings, and it took only a few decades for fans and writers to start wondering if it was already dying. One hundred and fifty years later, they haven't stopped worrying that the sport was in trouble.

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