I have a hierarchy of things in the wild that get my heart beating. Actually it is a long list, but I will narrow it down to three: elk bugling, migrating geese in an aerodynamic V formation and seeing a bald eagle soaring overhead.

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OVERTON — The Bearcats picked up their third straight win Tuesday night and moved to the top of the District 21-2A standings when they crushed the Overton Mustangs 97-19 behind big nights from Jayden Mojica and J’Koby Williams.

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MARSHALL — The Carthage Lady Bulldogs had trouble early and never got into the game, dropping a 56-36 decision to the Marshall Lady Mavs Saturday afternoon in their final non-district preview at the Marshall Junior High School’s Willie Todd Athletic Complex.

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GLADEWATER — The Carthage Lady Bulldogs got a balanced scoring attack and started the game and finished it on strong runs Wednesday to knock off undefeated and state-ranked Union Grove on Wednesday night, 37-28.

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LONGVIEW — Neither the Carthage Lady Bulldogs nor the Beckville Ladycats made it to the state tournament this season, but the strength of the two teams are evident by their representation on the All-East Texas Volleyball Team released over the weekend.

Three quarterbacks, a wide receiver and a running back are the five finalists for the Eighth Annual Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award, Cindy Smoak, SPORTyler executive director, announced on Wednesday.

It appeared the Carthage Lady Bulldogs were in for a long afternoon Monday when Jacksonville’s Grace Abercrombie drained her first three shots of the night — two of them from well beyond the 3-point line.

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HAWKINS — Five Lady Hawks scored in double figures, and that was too much for Amber Harris’ second straight double-double could overcome, as Hawkins improved to 2-0 in district play with a 74-43 win over Beckville.

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