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      • Whitehouse's Parker named All-Star game MVP SAN ANTONIO — For the second straight year a Whitehouse High School wide receiver put on a show in the Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star football game.

      • uil story (phil) SAN ANTONIO — The University Interscholastic League state football championships will be returning to Arlington for the 2014 season, Dr. Mark Cousins, UIL Director of Athletics, said Tuesday.

      • Bon Jovi interested in Bills Rocker Jon Bon Jovi is part of a Toronto group that has retained a banking firm and submitted paperwork expressing interest in buying the Buffalo Bills, three people who have reviewed documents regarding the sale process told The Associated Press on Friday.

      • State 7-on-7 Preview: John Tyler determined to achieve more John Tyler ran through the 7-on-7 state tournament gauntlet. The Lions survived boiling temperatures that seemed to rise as the day continued with each round. In the end, JT overcame San Antonio O’Connor 49-28 and win the championship.

      • Photo: New billboard in Tyler supporting Cleveland Browns

      • Texas Football magazine out Friday The 2014 reclassification and realignment created District 16-5A — arguably the best district in the new Class 5A.

      • Whitehouse's Mahomes wins national award The awards keep rolling in for Whitehouse’s Patrick Mahomes.

      • Blue tops Red 38-28 in FCA All-Star Game Two big defensive plays turned out to be the difference as the Blue team took a 38-28 win over the Red at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Chick-Fil-A Heart of a Champion Bowl at Trinity Mother Frances Rose Stadium on Saturday night.

      • Mt. Pleasant's Kopech named TSWA 4A player of year BRYAN — Mount Pleasant right-handed pitcher Michael Kopech is player of the year on the Texas Sports Writers Association/Collin Street Bakery Class 4A All-State Baseball Team.

      • West U defeats Rose Capital East for Senior title Defending state champion West University made it two in a row, beating Rose Capital East 7-4 in the championship game of the Senior League Texas East State Tournament on Tuesday at Faulkner Park.

      • Rose Capital East Seniors stay alive with 12-1 win Cole Craig’s effort on the mound and some timely hitting off the Rose Capital East bats kept their state playoff hopes alive with a dominating 12-1 win over Bridge City in Senior League Texas East State Tournament action on Monday night at Faulkner Park.

      • West U hands Rose Capital East 17-5 loss The first game of unbeaten teams in the Senior League State Tournament gave the fans in attendance a little bit of everything before West University took a 17-5 win over Rose Capital East on Sunday night in the second day of the Texas East State Tournament.

      • Cougars infielder Patrick headed to ETBU After four outstanding years for the Grace Community baseball team, recent graduate Austin Patrick will be continuing his career on the diamond in college.

      • Carlisle's Brightwell named TSWA first-team all state BRYAN — Douglass’ Matthew Wallace and Anson’s Matt Villanueva, a pair of pitchers who each were 13-1, shared player of the year honors on the Texas Sports Writers Association/Collin Street Bakery Class 1A All-State Baseball Team.

      • Seniors rally by Tidehaven The Rose Capital East All-Stars overcame a nine-run, fourth inning outbreak by Tidehaven to rally for an exciting12-9 win in opening round of action at the Texas East State Senior League Baseball Championships at Faulkner Park on Saturday.

      • Tyler East takes win in Majors Rose Capital East Majors won its first game of the Texas East State Tournament with a 3-2 victory over Bridge City on Saturday at Faulkner Park.



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