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After getting past Royse City in a three-game series in the Class 5A bi-district playoffs, the Joshua Owls are set to do battle against No. 4-ranked Hallsville in the area round.

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Winners of eight of their last nine outings, the Alvarado Indians have hit their stride at the opportune time of the season. And now Alvarado will look to continue its winning ways with a Class 4A area series against Melissa.

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RIO VISTA — After making the playoffs for the first time since 2007, the Rio Vista Eagles made sure it wasn't a short, one-and-done trip in the postseason as they swept Axtell to claim a Class 2A bi-district championship and advance to the area playoffs.

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After a stellar prep career with Grandview Lady Zebra volleyball, Jada Hudson signed with North Central Texas College earlier this week to continue her career at the next level.

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The 2021 UIL baseball bi-district playoffs are set to begin this week and eight teams from Johnson County will be in action after qualifying for the postseason. Following are bi-district playoff pairings:

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CNHI sports writers share insights and updates from the NFL Draft

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Cleburne senior Trey Archer showed that he belonged among Texas high school’s golfing elite with a two-under par on day 2 of the Class 5A Region I tournament at the Rockwall Golf and Athletic Club. Ultimately, however, Archer finished just shy of qualifying for the UIL state tournament.

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Athletes from across Johnson County competed at UIL regional track and field meets throughout the state over the weekend with several athletes recording personal records in their respective events to qualify for the UIL state track and field championships.

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BURLESON — With a 16-0 win over Everman on Tuesday, the Burleson Lady Elks capped off a dominant run through District 8-5A to finish as undefeated district champions.

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