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Tuesday, October 26th, 2021
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Panthers topple Indians

CLEVELAND — A rough stretch in district action had the Lufkin Panthers focused on finishing strong. They did just that by shaking off a slo… Read more

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Diboll Lumberjacks roll to 41-0 win over Crockett Bulldogs

DIBOLL — The Diboll Lumberjacks have waited an entire year for another shot at an outright district title. On Friday night, they set the st… Read more

Late score powers Indians to first win

GROVETON —Three second-half touchdowns powered the Groveton Indians to a 30-26 win over Leon Friday night, the Tribe’s first win of the sea… Read more

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Scottish soccer coaching great Walter Smith dies at 73

GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) — Walter Smith, the Scottish soccer coach who won 10 league titles with Rangers and also led the national team, has … Read more

South Africa wins toss, elects to bowl against West Indies

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl against defending champion West Indies in a T20 World Cup … Read more

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Tipoff: In era of rampant transfers, Texas stands out

Texas’ Chris Beard prepared for his first season coaching at his alma mater by assembling a virtual all-star team of transfers from across … Read more

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Analysis: Pop's still coaching because he's still having fun

The final buzzer sounded at the Tokyo Olympics, the gold medal for the U.S. was won and Gregg Popovich held his emotions in check for at le… Read more

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Tom Brady's monumental game included memorable mementos

Tom Brady had one memento he wanted back from a fan in the stands and one he wanted to give his biggest little fan after his latest histori… Read more

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'Home' race just like Formula One season for Haas: A clunker

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — As home races go, the U.S. Grand Prix was just like the rest of the season for Haas F1. Read more

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Column: Astros proof that cheaters really do prosper

Stop if this sounds familiar. The World Series is here, and so unfortunately are the Houston Astros. Read more

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