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THERE IS more than enough on the sports plate, as the weekend will offer a six-course meal of basketball, football, powerlifting, soccer, swimming and wrestling. Friday and Saturday will be banner days for action in the high school and professional ranks, making it a blast for area sports fans. WEDNESDAY: High school wrestling highlights the day, as Clear Falls visits Brazoswood and Clear Creek is at Houston Chavez. Each meet begins at 5:00pm. The Rockets host the Bucks in a nationally televised game on ESPN beginning at 7:00pm. It is the first of two meetings this season, as Houston will visit Milwaukee on March 26. AT&T Sportsnet Southwest will also have the game and will begin its coverage with the pregame show at 6:30pm. THURSDAY: Most area high school soccer teams will be in tournament action, with the bulk of the boys’ squads participating at the CCISD Tournament. Dickinson will join Clear Brook, Clear Creek, Clear Falls, Clear Lake and Clear Springs among the teams involved in the event, which will conclude on Saturday. Friendswood will be at the Aggieland Classic in College Station, while Santa Fe will be one of the schools represented at the Brenham 5A Select Cup Tournament. In girls’ soccer, Clear Brook, Clear Springs and Texas City will be at the I-10 Tournament in Katy, while Clear Creek will be at the Dripping Springs Tournament. Friendswood will head out to the Brazos Valley Cup Tournament. Swimming and diving take center stage as the Clear Creek Mardi Gras will have each of the five CCISD schools along with Friendswood taking part in the threeday event. Friendswood visits Clear Brook in a wrestling meet that will begin at 5:00pm. FRIDAY: A busy night of boys’ basketball gets under way at 7:00pm as Dickinson visits Alvin, Galveston Ball at Baytown Lee, Clear Springs at Clear Creek, Clear Brook at Clear Lake, Crosby at Friendswood and Santa Fe at Texas City. State-ranked La Marque at Sweeny and Hitchcock at Van Vleck both start at 7:30pm. The girls’ basketball slate tips with Friendswood at Crosby beginning at 6:00pm, while Hitchcock at Van Vleck starts at 6:15pm. Baytown Lee at Galveston Ball, Sweeny at La Marque and Texas City at Santa Fe each begin at 6:30pm. Clear Lake at Clear Brook, Clear Creek at Clear Springs and Alvin at Dickinson start at 7:00pm. The Rockets host the Cavaliers at 7:00pm. AT&T Sportsnet Southwest will have the pregame show beginning at 6:30pm. SATURDAY: The powerlifting season starts as state powerhouse Dickinson welcomes La Marque, Santa Fe and Texas City among the schools taking part in the meet, which will be held at McAdams Middle School. Track and field season begins for the Texas City boys’ team, who will be among the teams in the field at the Carl Lewis Invitational at the University of Houston. The Texas City swimming team heads to the Lake Jackson Rec Center, which will host the Brazoswood Invitational. In wrestling, Clear Brook heads to Seven Lakes, while Clear Creek and Clear Springs will be at the Woodshed Duals at Brazoswood. Clear Falls is at the Spartan Invitational, with Friendswood at Klein Oak. After downing the Seahawks, the Cowboys will seek to keep their Super Bowl dreams alive as they visit NFC West Division champion Rams starting at 7:15pm. The divisional playoff game marks the ninth time the teams have clashed in the postseason, with Dallas and Los Angeles knotted at 4-4.

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