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Baseball/softball: Argyle preparing for another one-game playoff
Argyle baseball coach Ricky Griffin isn't bothered by having to play another one-game playoff. He does, however, wonder what it might take to win just one coin flip.
Track and field roundup: Aubrey's Grisso wins 110 hurdles gold
Baseball: Plybon’s walk-off hit lifts Aubrey past Sanger
Baseball: Pennington's walk-off hit caps rally as Sanger takes two must-win games against Aubrey
When Mike Plybon drilled a ball up the middle to give Aubrey a 6-5 walk-off win in Game 1 of a Class 4A area-round playoff series Friday night, Sanger had about 12 hours to recover before facing an elimination game.
Track and field roundup: Ryan's Wilson, Brown medal in discus
Winning a medal at the state track and field meet was high on the list of priorities for Ryan seniors Earnest Brown IV and Thomas Wilson III. But one objective trumped even that. They wanted to stand on the medal stand together.
Seven Denton-area teams continue playoff journey
Krum and Aubrey in Class 4A and Pilot Point in Class 3A will begin best-of-three playoff series Thursday in softball,while Argyle, Sanger, Aubrey and Krum remain in the 4A baseball playoffs and will play Friday.
Ryan's Sanders, Douglas nominated to U.S. Army All-American Bowl
Package deal: Bridges, Sebastian have Krum on brink of state berth
Baseball/softball roundup: Five Argyle pitchers perfect in playoff rout
Sanger advances to take on the winner of a three-game series between Aubrey and Caddo Mills. Aubrey won Game 1 12-0. WP -- Dayton Harkey. 3B -- Brock Howard, Julien Ly.
Track and field: Aubrey, Sanger, Pilot Point, Argyle send athletes to state
Sanger's Audrey Springer booked a trip to state in the 1,600, as she took second with a time of 5:23. 93. Argyle's Lanie Rodgers came up just short in third with her time of 5:24. 97, and Krum's Johanna Drews finished fourth with her time of 5:33. 18.
Baseball: Eagles ready to show off pitching depth in huge series
Boys golf: Argyle claims third straight state title by 13 strokes
Softball: Sanger crushes Dallas Carter 15-0 in bi-district round
The Lady Indians (17-8), led by six RBIs from Katelyn Stamper, made it through their lineup almost twice in the first inning, using a leadoff walk and single to setup a sacrifice fly by Stamper. Up 1-0, a sacrifice fly from Kimberlyn Hopson made it 2-0 before J. C.