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Shiner and Weimar will meet for the second time this season Friday in Shiner and both teams will go into the District 28-2A contest ranked in the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association’s state poll.

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The game was in danger of breaking open in the top of the sixth inning of Saturday’s District 29-5A baseball game at Riverside Stadium.

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The trademark offensive onslaught didn't happen, but the Warriors did enough to earn a win against their crosstown rivals.

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PORT LAVACA — Emme O’Donnell’s goal of running in four consecutive state meets disappeared with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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HALLETTSVILLE — The Lady Brahmas scored seven runs in the bottom of the fourth to earn a walk-off victory, but the outcome was never in doubt.

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Shiner maintained its No. 1 ranking in the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association’s state poll released Monday.

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Nomination forms have been sent to athletic directors for the Victoria Advocate and Advosports.com’s 2021 Varsity Cup awards.

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PORTLAND — Sawyer Broughton knew she had ground to make up when she got the baton for the anchor leg of the girls 1,600-meter relay.

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Yorktown’s Seely Metting and Moulton’s Mackenzie Berger were named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association’s 2020-21 All-Star team.

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CORPUS CHRISTI — Victoria West knew it would be in for a tough task going up against McAllen High on Tuesday.

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Weimar was the top area school ranked in this week’s Texas Girls Coaches Association Softball Poll. The Ladycats are ranked No. 4 in Class 2A/1A with a record of 24-1.

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Shiner is ranked No. 1 in the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association Poll for the third straight week in Class 2A after the Comanches gathered a win over Weimar last week.

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ABILENE — Calhoun’s Chase Chapa and Yorktown’s Jacob Guerrero won their respective weight classes at the Texas High School Powerlifting Association state meet Saturday at the Taylor Expo Center.

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