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Don Stevens (Delta track announcer)
Winners: 222-699 (.317)
Best Bets: 31-71 (.436)
Longshots: 36-95 (.378)
Top 3 picks in the $: .525

Morning Line (track odds)
Winners: 208-699 (.297)
Best Bets: 83-190 (.436)
Longshots: 25-81 (.308)
Top 3 picks in the $: .505

Chad Cooper (Sports Editor)
Winners: 206-699 (.294)
Best Bets: 9-29 (.310)
Longshots: 18-47 (.382)
Top 3 picks in the $: .516

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HUTCHINSON, KS - The NJCAA's top-ranked team coming into the tournament was eliminated Thursday afternoon when Lamar State - Port Arthur upset Missouri State - West Plains 69-62 at the Hutchinson Sports Arena. Poor shooting and 25 turnovers were the demise of the Grizzlies.

LSC-PA also won the battle of the boards, out-rebounding MSUWP 40-31. Vonn Jones led the Seahawks with 19 rebounds, five rebounds and four assits. Darrion Booker came off the bench to score 17in the second half and also had nine rebounds.

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Lamar University women’s basketball team saw its hopes of a postseason title come to an end with a 91-65 loss to Arkansas in the first round of the WNIT on Thursday.

Lamar (25-8) couldn’t overcome a cold shooting touch in the first half. The Lady Cardinals were just 9-of-33 (27.3 percent) from the floor in the first half, including going just 2-of-13 (15.4 percent) from 3-point range as Arkansas (20-11 )raced out to a 43-22 lead at intermission.

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Don Stevens (Delta track announcer)
Winners: 221-689 (.320)
Best Bets: 30-69 (.434)
Longshots: 35-94 (.372)
Top 3 picks in the $: .525

Morning Line (track odds)
Winners: 206-689 (.298)
Best Bets: 81-186 (.435)
Longshots: 25-80 (.303)
Top 3 picks in the $: .506

Chad Cooper (Sports Editor)
Winners: 204-689 (.296)
Best Bets: 8-28 (.285)
Longshots: 18-46 (.391)
Top 3 picks in the $: .517

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Don Stevens (Delta track announcer)
Winners: 220-679 (.324)
Best Bets: 30-68 (.441)
Longshots: 35-93 (.376)
Top 3 picks in the $: .526

Morning Line (track odds)
Winners: 206-679 (.303)
Best Bets: 81-181 (.447)
Longshots: 24-79 (.303)
Top 3 picks in the $: .506

Chad Cooper (Sports Editor)
Winners: 203-679 (.298)
Best Bets: 8-28 (.285)
Longshots: 18-46 (.391)
Top 3 picks in the $: .517

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Lamar University athletic director Larry Tidwell announced that Steve Roccaforte will not be retained as head men's basketball coach at a press conference held Monday afternoon at the Montange Center.

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Pablo Salinas, Joey Latulippe, Jeff Abt and Wade Mathis combined for 13 of Lamar University’s 15 hits Saturday afternoon as the Cardinals came from behind twice in defeating Nicholls 9-4 in Southland Conference play.

Salinas, a senior third baseman, entered the game with a .288 batting average, but his 4-for-5 performance hiked that mark to .333 by the game’s end. He also drove in two runs.

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Don Stevens (Delta track announcer)
Winners: 214-659 (.324)
Best Bets: 28-65 (.430)
Longshots: 34-91 (.373)
Top 3 picks in the $: .525

Morning Line (track odds)
Winners: 198-659 (.300)
Best Bets: 78-175 (.445)
Longshots: 24-77 (.311)
Top 3 picks in the $: .505

Chad Cooper (Sports Editor)
Winners: 196-659 (.297)
Best Bets: 8-27 (.296)
Longshots: 18-45 (.400)
Top 3 picks in the $: .515

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Don Stevens (Delta track announcer)
Winners: 211-649 (.325)
Best Bets: 27-64 (.421)
Longshots: 34-90 (.377)
Top 3 picks in the $: .526

Morning Line (track odds)
Winners: 194-649 (.298)
Best Bets: 76-171 (.444)
Longshots: 23-75 (.306)
Top 3 picks in the $: .505

Chad Cooper (Sports Editor)
Winners: 193-649 (.297)
Best Bets: 8-27 (.296)
Longshots: 16-43 (.372)
Top 3 picks in the $: .516

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AUSTIN — The Evadale Rebels were stunned when Eula’s Jacob Archa drained an off-balance 3-pointer as time expired giving the Pirates a 54-51 come-from-behind win in the Class A-Division I state semifinals at the Frank Erwin Center on Thursday morning.

With the game tied at 51, Eula possessed the ball with 2.7 seconds at the baseline opposite of their own basket. Guard George Reyes received the throw-in near half-court and passed to Archa who not only stunned the Rebels and their fans, but the 4,631 in attendance.

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