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Signing notebook: Day features commitments from area sports
Mallery Horn signed with Division II Arkansas-Fort Smith. “All three seniors signed, and that makes me feel pretty good,” Guyer golf coach Roddy Adams said. “That also gives the younger girls something to strive for.
Softball/baseball roundup: Krum dominates Day 2 at Ryan tournament
Dallas Lincoln throttles Bobcats
Baseball: Sanger rolls through Krum, set for tough test vs. No. 1 Argyle
Krum's lone run came in the top of the third when Sanger starter Bryson Bell walked three straight batters, which let Carter Marquis cross the plate after recording a single earlier in the frame.
Krum ousted from playoffs at hands of Dallas Lincoln
Johnson led the Lady Tigers’ charge with 17 points, and Taylor added 14. “Those two were tough, physical and athletic players,” Krum coach Lana Degelia said of Taylor and Johnson. “They forced a few turnovers and made it tough on us to score, especially in the second quarter.
Krum falls in seeding game to Bridgeport
In a tight game that featured momentum swings by both Krum and Bridgeport, the Sissies’ offense caught fire just when they needed to, edging Krum 48-45. “We struggled to execute on offense, especially in the first half,” Krum coach Lana Degelia said. “Our girls fought hard until the end to give ourselves a chance, but we fell short. “The fortunate thing is that this [loss] doesn’t knock us out of anything, but it makes the start of playoffs a little tougher.
Basketball roundup: Chaps take second place in Bridgeport
Ryan (18-4) — Traeli Calhoun 16, JaKeiya Morgan 12, Tija Burns 7, Alexus Evans 7, Cyera Coleman 6, Kalei Forest 2. SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Southeastern Missouri State commit Lexy Lake put on a show from behind the 3-point line, scoring 30 points — all on treys — to lead Mercer County (Ky. ) past Argyle 62-43 in the Pink and White Lady Classic.
Argyle advances in Region II but Krum falls short
The defending state champion will face Carthage (36-6) at 1 p. m. today in the region final. “I felt like we knew [Krum] better, but being able to beat a good team like that three times in the same season is not easy,” Argyle coach Clark Oberle said. “I’m not sure if playing Carthage is any better or any worse. “If we can make them play defense like we did to North Lamar, we should be OK.
Krum ousts Decatur in four sets to advance to regionals
JUSTIN — Krum coach Lynn Larson called senior Courtnie Roberts out of a class Monday to discuss a slight change to her offensive rotation to prepare for a third meeting with fellow District 9-4A member Decatur. “[Larson] showed me her ideas and asked what I thought about [the change],” Roberts said. “She came up with a great game plan, and when we tried it out at practice, it was some of the best volleyball we’ve played all year.