LONGVIEW 6, HALLSVILLE 0: HALLSVILLE — Reagan Rios struck out 11 and walked one in a complete game, and the Longview Lady Lobos remained unbeaten in District 15-5A play with a 6-0 shutout of Hallsville.

HALLSVILLE 11, LONGVIEW 1: HALLSVILLE — The Hallsville Bobcats erupted for six runs in the bottom of the second and cruised from there, earning an 11-1 win over the Longview Lobos in District 15-5A action.

SENIOR SCRAMBLE: The team of Roy Peck, Sid Clinnard, Benny Lancaster, David Morgan and David Powell finished at 11-under on Tuesday to win the Wood Hollow Senior Scramble.

Maybe it was watching the Eagles reach the Super Bowl with a quarterback five years younger than Dak Prescott. Maybe they heard the footsteps of Giants, a division rival adding important pieces at tight end and linebacker to a young playoff squad.

OVERTON 8, CARLISLE 2: PRICE — Mason Rowe singled twice and drove in a run, and three Mustang pitchers combined on a four-hitter as Overton notched an 8-2 win over Carlisle on Saturday.

OUTLAWS RUN: The Outlaws on the Run Dalton Dash 5K is set for Saturday, April 1 as part of Longview’s Dalton Days Celebration.

COLUMBIA, S.C. Zia Cooke scored 21 points and Aliyah Boston had her 81st career double double as top-seeded South Carolina shook off a slow start to power past eighth-seeded South Florida and into the Sweet 16 with a 76-45 victory Sunday.

Sophomore Ryan Nembhard poured in a career-high 30 points and No. 6 seed Creighton converted all 22 of its free throw attempts to earn an 85-76 victory over third-seeded Baylor in South Regional second-round play Sunday night in Denver.

After his two chief competitors missed must-have putts at the 72nd hole, Taylor Moore was the last man standing at the Valspar Championship and won his first PGA Tour title on Sunday in Palm Harbor, Fla.

No. 3-seeded LSU avoided a repeat of last year’s disappointing finish, taking down a No. 6-seeded Big Ten team in Michigan in blowout fashion. With the Tigers’ 66-42 win over the Wolverines on Sunday night, they advance to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2014.

Markquis Nowell recorded 27 points, nine assists and three steals and Ismael Massoud drained the go-ahead 3-pointer as Kansas State notched a 75-69 victory over Kentucky on Sunday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament’s East Region in Greensboro, N.C.

LETU TENNIS: CONWAY, Ark. — With an adjusted schedule this week due to weather, the LeTourneau women’s tennis team returned to action for the first time in 12 days on Thursday evening and fell at Hendrix, 7-2, in Conway.

P. TREE 9, MARSHALL 6: MARSHALL — Ma’Kayla Rougely and Hope Hampton combined for seven hits and five RBI, Gracie Rust doubled and drove in three runs for the Lady Pirates and Pine Tree notched a 9-6 win over Marshall in District 15-5A action.

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