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THE END OF the week is filled with a variety of sports to fill the thirst of any fan.
Today, Wednesday: The Rockets head up I-45 North to clash with the rival Mavericks
beginning at 7:00pm. Entering the week with a 32-12 record, Houston is 3.5 games
behind Golden State for the top spot in the Western Conference while Dallas’ 15-31
record is the fourth-worst mark in the NBA. ESPN will air the game nationally but AT&T
Sportsnet Southwest will start its coverage beginning at 6:30pm.
TOMORROW, THURSDAY: Powerlifting is the highlight of the day as the La Marque
and Texas City girls will take part in a meet hosted by Pearland High School. The
event should also provide insight on whether the Cougars and/or Stingarees have a
potential state title contender as many of the Houston area schools will participate.
FRIDAY: The day is loaded with sports, including the first day for high school baseball
tryouts as the first scrimmages of the 2018 season are less than three weeks away.
In boys basketball, Clear Creek is at Clear Brook, with Alvin at Clear Springs,
Dickinson at Clear Lake, Galveston Ball at Fort Bend Willowridge and Texas City at
Galena Park. Each game starts at 7:00pm. Clear Falls at Friendswood, Brazos at
state-ranked Hitchcock and state-ranked La Marque at Danbury tip off at 7:30pm.
State-ranked Hitchcock will start the girls hoops schedule when they host Brazos at
6:15pm, the same time that La Marque plays at Danbury. Games beginning at 7:00pm
include Clear Brook at Clear Creek, Friendswood at Clear Falls, state-ranked Clear
Springs at Alvin, Clear Lake at Dickinson and Fort Bend Willowridge at Galveston
Ball, while Galena Park at Texas City will start at 7:30pm.
The District 24-6A boys soccer kicks off with Clear Creek at Clear Springs (played
at Challenger/Columbia Stadium), Clear Falls at Clear Brook and Dickinson at
Friendswood each starting at 7:30pm. In District 23-5A play, Galveston Ball is at
Galena Park while Texas City is at Santa Fe with each match starting at 7:00pm.
In girls soccer, Galena Park at Galveston Ball and Santa Fe at Texas City is part of the
District 23-5A schedule starting at 7:00pm. The girls of District 24-6A begin their season
with Clear Brook at Clear Falls, Clear Springs at Clear Brook and Friendswood at
Dickinson starting at 7:30pm.
The race for state in swimming and diving begins as the District 23-5A meet will be
held at the Don Cook Natatorium in Sugarland. Friendswood will host the District
24-6A meet, which will take place both Friday and Saturday.
As if the day wasn’t packed, the Rockets continue their run of nationally televised
games when they visit the Pelicans beginning at 7:00pm. ESPN will have the game
for the national audience while AT&T Sportsnet Southwest will start its coverage with
the pregame show at 6:30pm.
SATURDAY: Texans coach Bill O’Brien and his staff will coach the South team in the
annual Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. The game will feature more than 100 of the top
draft-eligible college football players who will seek to make an impression among the
tidal wave of scouts, coaches and front office executives continuing their progress
toward the NFL Draft. The game will be aired on NFL Network at 1:30pm.

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