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Boys golf: District 5-5A tourney wraps up with Rider taking top spots
In the second day of Tuesday's District 5-5A golf tournament, the Denton Broncos came up just one stroke short of advancing to regional tournament as both Wichita Falls Rider teams advanced. The Rider black team won the tournament with a collective score of 643, including a blazing Day 1 score of 311. Behind it was the gold team at 689. The Broncos finished a stroke behind the Raiders at 690, improving on their Day 1 total of 347 with a collective total of 343 on Day 2.
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Boys Golf: Denton, Ryan and Braswell compete in District 5-5A's opening round
The Denton, Ryan and Braswell boys golf teams participated in the first round of the District 5-5A golf tournament at WinStar Golf Course in Oklahoma, and both Wichita Falls Rider teams are pacing the field.
Ray Sasser: Private club offers fishing solitude for anglers of middle-class income
Steve Alexander had warned me not to become complacent about the small East Texas lake where we fished. "You might catch a dink, a dink and another dink, and the next bite may be a quality fish," he said.
Water polo: Local pair using sport to get to new heights
Sallas, 12, and Carter, 14, attend Crownover Middle School and play for Thunder Water Polo, a club consisting of players of all ages from the Denton, Flower Mound and Southlake areas that has been gathering area talent since 2009.
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Youth Golf: Local kid, Castro, to compete in event at Masters
Jacob Castro is 9 years old, and his golf game may be better than yours. Castro, a Denton resident and fourth-grader at Evers Park Elementary, is on his way to Augusta, Georgia -- the site of the Masters -- to compete in the final of Sunday's USGA Drive, Chip & Putt Championship. The event will be broadcast live on the Golf Channel.
World record 54.5 pound fish caught by 10-year old Dallas native Dylan Smith
A 54 1/2-pound Lake Tawakoni blue catfish caught by 10-year-old Dylan Smith is a pending International Game Fish Association (IGFA) Small Fry (anglers 10 or younger) world record.
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Ray Sasser: Big bass part of Mexico’s lure
What he doesn’t say is that he’s caught literally hundreds of Comedero 8- and 9-pounders. “When he catches a 7-pounder, he just unhooks it and slips it back into the lake with no fanfare,” said Texan Steve Alexander, who spent a day in Oldham’s boat. “He doesn’t even bother to weigh a fish that small.