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Ryan’s defense held Wichita Falls to one point in the third quarter and to only 11 points in the first three quarters combined.
Football: Braswell visits Denton for finale
Braswell continues to show improvement in loss to Wichita Falls Rider
Broncos blast Bengals
The Broncos had 284 rushing yards and had five different runners score touchdowns as they jumped out to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. “It says a lot about our offensive line and about our talented running backs,” Denton coach Kevin Atkinson said. “We’ve got a lot of guys that can carry the ball.
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CORINTH -- Lake Dallas scored six runs in the first and rode a strong pitching performance from Tyler Duffey to knock off Carrollton Newman Smith 11-1.
Braswell seeking aggression in district
After a 4-0 loss to District 5-5A opponent Sherman on Friday, Hall’s message was simple: Be more aggressive. “We’re young,” Hall said. “We have a lot of girls who haven’t played before, but after giving up three of [Sherman’s] four goals on set pieces, those are technical things that should’ve looked differently. “What we can control is how we play, and tonight we were so hesitant.
Tyler leads Braswell to district victory
Sydney Tyler scored 10 points to lead the way for Braswell as the Lady Bengals improved to 6-18 overall and 1-8 in district play.
Full-court shot sinks Bengals in overtime
The Bengals went from pure elation when Kiran Anderson made an acrobatic layup with three seconds left in overtime to put his team ahead by two points, to utter disbelief as Gainesville point guard Calion Baker sank a buzzer-beating full-court shot to edge the Bengals 54-53 on Tuesday. “Kiran did exactly what he was supposed to do,” Braswell coach Nick Sekeres said. “He took that shot with a few seconds left to give us an offensive rebound if he doesn’t make it.
Offensive progress gives Braswell chance vs. Rider
With quarterback Palmer Campbell back under center and safety Christian Battle moving over to the offense — switching from safety to wide receiver — the duo added to the team’s highest yardage recorded all season (279), connected on a touchdown through the air for the first time and helped the team notch its most points all year in last week’s 49-20 loss to Denison. “It’s encouraging to see us be able to do that the last two weeks,” Moore said. “I didn’t want to push players...