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The Dickinson track team made clear they would be a force to be reckoned with this season, as the girls were the top finishing overall team and the boys were third overall at the Brown Relays held Saturday at Pasadena ISD’s Auxiliary Stadium.

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The Bay Area Christian Broncos’ unexpectedly successful basketball season came to a close in the regional round of the TAPPS Class 4A playoffs, as they were topped, 67-53, by district foe The Woodlands Christian Warriors on Saturday at St. Thomas University.

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The Texas City Lady Stings overcame an early Ball High goal, and then held off a Lady Tors team known for late comebacks for a District 23-5A win Saturday.

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Clear Springs forced 33 turnovers, and Tasharian Robinson and Dymond Gladney each contributed with 18 points apiece as the Chargers cruised passed the Humble Summer Creek Lady Bulldogs, 53-29, in the Region III-6A area round at Phillips Field House.

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Facing one of the state’s best teams, the Ball High Lady Tors fell into a huge early hole and could not climb out, as they were topped by the Beaumont Ozen Lady Panthers, 66-32, in Friday’s Region III-5A area-round playoff game at East Chambers High School.

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For the third time in six years, Clear Falls clashed with the North Shore in the Region III-6A area playoffs, but unlike the previous two, Clear Falls and their fans had the opportunity to celebrate after Hannah Falls' game-winner that lifted the Knights to a 52-51 win over the No. 11 state-ranked Lady Mustangs on Thursday night at Deer Park High School.

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Clear Creek senior Catilyn Burroway punished Pasadena Dobie inside, scoring a game-high 21 points, as a sometimes sloppy Wildcats side buckled down late to hold off the Lady Longhorns by the final score of 53-40 Thursday, advancing to the Region III-6A quarter finals to be played against school district rival Clear Falls.

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Five Galveston County girls basketball teams remain alive in the playoff race after the first round of postseason play, and the next slate of games in the area round Thursday and Friday are highlighted by a pair of games between some of the state’s top teams in their respective classifications.

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A balanced scoring attack that saw six players score five or more points and a 9-0 run in the first 1:56 of the game set the tone for the Clear Falls girls basketball team to defeat the George Ranch Lady Longhorns, 55-38, in the Region III-6A bi-district playoffs at Manvel High School.

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Eight Galveston County girls basketball teams will enter the opening round of the state playoffs, which begin today and continue Tuesday. One local team ending a five-year playoff drought and another with an intriguing rematch highlight the slate of first-round postseason games.

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With wind playing a major factor in the game, the Friendswood Mustangs and Clear Lake Falcons had plenty of chances to pull out a win, but tough defense won out in the end as the two teams battled to a 1-1 draw, Saturday afternoon at Henry Winston Stadium.

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The Friendswood Mustangs could not find their shot from long range and could not contain Clear Lake’s junior Ajare Sanni as they went on to lose, 63-41, Tuesday at Kruger Field House.

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The Ball High Lady Tors showed tons of hustle and heart and got a valiant effort from junior forward Nina Kovach, but it wasn’t enough for the shorthanded squad to overcome the Manvel Lady Mavericks, who clinched the District 23-5A championship in Friday’s 48-38 win.

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The nomination window for the 2017 class of the Clear Creek ISD Athletic Hall of Honor is open from Feb. 1 through April 28.