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  I love catching catfish when they are biting on tight line on bottom, when they are in the flooded grass and willows during the spawn, over holes baited with soured grain and when they are on the rocks feasting on gar eggs.

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He is already an all star in his hometown, and Taylor Hearn will be pitching for Texas next week.

 The Greenville Lions gained some new district opponents and will be facing some familiar foes after the University Interscholastic League announced on Thursday the new alignments for the next two seasons.

DesiRay Kernal uses the left hand to score a layup for Texas A&M University-Commerce in the Lions' 66-62 win recently over No. 2 nationally-ranked Lubbock Christian. Kernal gets congratulated by her excited teammates after making the big basket.

  FORNEY — The No. 15 state-ranked Royse City Lady Bulldogs pitched a shutout in the first quarter on the way to a 56-19 District 13-5A girls win over Forney.

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After winning their football season opener 55-38 last week over Frisco Centennial, the Royse City Bulldogs will remain at home as they face the Whitehouse Wildcats on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Royse City ISD Stadium.

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After posting their best football season record (9-3) in 12 years and the seventh-best scoring season (400 points) in the past 89 years of Bulldog Football, the Royse City Bulldogs will anxiously open their 109th season on Friday.

  PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. — Augusta National on Friday postponed the Masters, another massive hit to the spring sports calendar from the new coronavirus that already is responsible for the loss of March Madness and the delay of opening day baseball.

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The Royse City High School girls’ athletics program had five of its graduating seniors sign letters of intent to attend and play at colleges around Texas and Oklahoma at a signing ceremony last week.

  ROYSE CITY — This time last season, the Royse City Bulldogs were biting their nails and needing the Greenville Lions to beat Ennis so they could advance to the football playoffs.

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  The Royse City Bulldogs (7-1, 5-1) combined a stifling defense and a high-octane offense to shut down the Kaufman Lions (1-7, 1-5) 47-7 in District 8-5A-II football.

  The NCAA Board of Governors took the first step Tuesday toward allowing athletes to cash in on their fame, voting unanimously to clear the way for the amateur athletes to “benefit from the use of their name, image and likeness.”

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