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Wednesday, January 20th, 2021
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No. 13 'Dogs take down Indians in 2OT, 78-72

DOUGLASS — A pair of state-ranked opponents from District 22-2A squared off Tuesday night in Indian Gymnasium, with the winner having the u… Read more

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Lady Dragons' rally falls short to Lufkin, 41-36

A late rally from the Nacogdoches Lady Dragons fell short against the Lufkin Lady Panthers, dropping the contest, 41-36, Tuesday night insi… Read more

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Dragons extend unbeaten streak to 9

Posting four more shutouts — better known as clean sheets — on the young 2021 season, the Nacogdoches Dragon soccer team sprinted to the fi… Read more

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Thomas to go on training program after anti-gay slur

Justin Thomas intends to go through an individual training program to “become a better person” after he was picked up uttering a homophobic… Read more

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Woods has 5th back surgery, to miss Torrey Pines and Riviera

Tiger Woods has suffered a setback with his back, disclosing Tuesday that he recently had a fifth surgery that will keep him from starting … Read more

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3 title game quarterbacks have similar draft history

Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen have something in common besides being three of the four starting quarterbacks remaining in t… Read more

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Super Host? Bucs can become 1st to play Super Bowl at home

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a chance to make history at Green Bay on Sunday. If they do, it might come with an asterisk. Read more

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Capped out: Flat salary cap makes NHL teams get creative

In the 16 years since the salary cap has been a reality in the NHL, it has never been this much of a challenge to maneuver. Read more

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Chiefs' Chad Henne goes from backup QB to playoff stage

Chad Henne came off the bench cold in the heat of a tense playoff game and delivered the game-sealing plays for Kansas City in his most con… Read more

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AP source: Springer agrees to $150M, 6-year deal with Jays

TORONTO (AP) — All-Star outfielder George Springer became the most prominent among baseball’s free agents to reach an agreement this offsea… Read more

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