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Softball playoffs: Four area teams to play in seeding games Monday
With the softball regular season in the books, 10 Denton-area teams will advance to the UIL playoffs later this week. But before the bi-district round gets underway, Pilot Point, Denton, Braswell and Ponder will play in seeding games to determine their positioning for the postseason.
Girls soccer: Guyer tallies three superlative awards in District 6-6A
Football: Guyer, Braswell set to open spring practice Monday
Boys soccer: Ryan's Redondo, Lake Dallas' Henson earn district MVP honors
After advancing to the third round of the playoffs and falling just short of the regional final with an overtime loss to Aledo, the Ryan boys soccer team earned four District 5-5A superlative honors.
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Baseball: Argyle thumps Krum, improves to 25-0
Unbeaten Argyle found itself in another one-run ballgame with visiting Krum on Friday night. This time, however, the Eagles sidestepped having to eke out a win.
Softball: Braswell edges Denton to sneak into postseason
To clinch its spot in the crowded District 5-5A playoff picture, Braswell needed a win or a Wichita Falls Rider loss in the final game of the regular season Friday night.
Football: UIL adds replay to state championship games
Track and Field: Ryan boys second, Guyer girls third after Day 1 at Area Meet
Baseball: Wolf throws gem in Liberty Christian victory
Despite being held to one hit, Liberty Christian managed to make it count in a 1-0 win against Dallas Parish Episcopal.
Track and field: Guyer underclassmen shine at 5-6A/6-6A area meet
FORT WORTH — After agreeing to enter the 800 meters, mile and two-mile run to help Guyer compete for a district championship two weeks ago, freshman Brynn Brown was finally able to put her full focus on her favorite race, the mile, at the District 5-6A/6-6A area meet Thursday night.
Liberty Christian claims TAPPS state tennis title
Baseball: First-place Wildcats struggle, lose big to Boyd
Softball: New NCAA legislation changes recruiting game
Ryan coach Matt Buettner was introduced to the craze that is softball recruiting when his daughter Abby was in eighth grade.