After one of the most successful seasons in school history last year and the program making it to the second round of the playoffs, the Kaufman boys basketball team wanted to try to take that next step with a challenging pre-district schedule. That started immediately as the Lions hosted Midlothian Heritage on Friday for their first official game of the season. Heritage won its region last year. kAmkDA2?mz2F7>2? H2D >:DD:?8 EH@ AC@;64E65 DE2CE6CD[ @?6 E@ :?
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In what many considered a possible trap game, the Crandall Pirates football team took care of business in their final district game at Mabank on Friday. The Pirates, (6-4, 4-2 in district) wanted to make sure to keep a firm hold onto the third place seed and keep the winning momentum of their last three games. Mabank (1-9, 0-6) wanted to play for pride on senior night. kAmkDA2?mrC2?52== >256 DFC6 ? @E E@ 8:G6 E96> 2?J 9@A6 2D E96J D4@C65 @? E96:C @A6? :?8 5C:G6 H96? ;F?
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