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The Cleburne Yellow Jackets received a solid pitching performance from Preston Griffith and took advantage of a couple Red Oak mistakes to open District 14-5A play with a 5-0 win Tuesday night at Yellow Jacket Field.

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Cleburne High School junior Samara Harman will be making her third consecutive appearance at the UIL Class 5A state swim meet Tuesday after qualifying as the Region II champion in the 500-yard freestyle.

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Losing a highly accomplished and experienced senior core to graduation would be tough for many programs to overcome. On top of that, add in the loss of an all-state caliber player who also happens to be your No. 1 pitcher to an ACL injury, and it would be an absolute gut punch to most programs. But the Cleburne Yellow Jackets are not most programs.

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Golf star Tiger Woods suffered leg injuries Tuesday in a vehicle rollover in the Los Angeles area and is undergoing surgery, authorities and his manager said. His condition isn't yet clear.

CEDAR HILL — In a back-and-forth battle that went into overtime, the Alvarado Indians fell short in a 69-65 loss to Dallas Wilmer-Hutchins in a Class 4A bi-district playoff battle Monday night at Trinity Christian High School in Cedar Hill.

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It was a tale of two halves in Saturday's Class 4A area playoff showdown as the Kennedale Lady Kats overcame a 10-point deficit with a big second half for a 51-47 win over the Godley Lady Cats at Burleson's Elk Arena.

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Listed below are updated area-round girls playoff pairings and updated bi-district boys playoff pairings for Johnson County basketball teams. Inclement weather has forced games to be rescheduled several times this week, but these are the most up-to-date pairings:

Following are updated area-round girls playoff pairings for Johnson County teams that were victorious in their bi-district playoff games. Inclement weather has forced games to be rescheduled a couple times. The following days and times are also subject to change due to weather:

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In celebration of 100 years of UIL Texas high school basketball, the University Interscholastic League is honoring 100 of the best teams, players and coaches in UIL basketball history. And a pair of Johnson County legends have already made the cut in Cleburne’s Kim Lummus and Godley’s Stacy McPherson.

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Cleburne came away with gold medal wins in five events to send Yellow Jacket swimmers on to state following Saturday’s Class 5A Region II contest in Mansfield.

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The East Texas Baptist University women's basketball team is off to an 18-0 start to the 2020-21 season, including a program-best No. 2 national ranking in d3Hoops.com's NCAA Division III National Poll.

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In a tiebreaker game to determine playoff seeding, the Cleburne Lady Jackets grinded out a 35-27 win Monday night over Joshua at Jeff D. Cody Arena to earn the No. 3 seed out of District 14-5A.

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After having to sit out the 2020 season because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cleburne Railroaders are inching closer towards the 2021 season.

 

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After a stellar junior season and a dominant start to her senior campaign, Cleburne goalkeeper Lexie Key signed Wednesday to continue her soccer career at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College.

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Finish times for Yellow Jacket swimmers at the district meet have created a new wave of excitement as they are set to compete Saturday at the Class 5A Region II contest in Mansfield.

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From swinging a plastic toy golf club as a toddler to taking first place in numerous high school golf tournaments the past couple years, Cleburne’s Trey Archer put pen to paper to begin writing the next chapter of his golf story Wednesday by signing with the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. 

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After being a cornerstone of Eagle football the past four years, Rio Vista’s Ethan Cumins signed Wednesday to continue his career with Howard Payne University.

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