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Baseball season begins

Alex Ruiz, Staff Writer

February 15

Filed under News Briefs, Sports

Spring is upon us, and so is baseball season. The varsity baseball team will compete for one of their first times this season on Saturday, Feb. 11 at 12:00 p.m. at the Randall baseball fields against Tascosa. The team, made up...

Basketball, soccer, wrestling begin seasons

Alex Ruiz, Staff Writer

January 9

Filed under Schedules/ Scores, Sports, Sports News

The Raider boys basketball team has an overall season record of 11-8, and has recently celebrated a 20 point district victory over Hereford in an away game on January 3. The boys will be competing on Friday in a district game...

Randall Baseball games

Easton Neese, Staff writer

February 10

Filed under Sports News

Coaches selected baseball teams last weekend, and the Freshman and Junior Varsity teams played their first scrimmage yesterday against Monterey High School. JV lost 6 to 7 and Freshman won 6 to 1. The Varsity team will play...

MLB begins spring sessions

Shea Johnson, Sports Writer

February 28

Filed under Sports Columns

Beginning this week, the AL West division of the MLB will begin their pre-season workouts known as ‘Spring Training’. Here are a few dates and places, according to for all of you baseball fans.   Oakland...

Out with Young, in with the Youngin’s

Shea Johnson, Sports Writer/Blogger/Columnist

December 17

Filed under Opinion, Sports Columns

Rangers’ infielder Michael Young signed with the Phillies Sunday leaving Texas after his career of 12 season. "The opportunity for him to play third base in Philadelphia was more than we could promise here," Rangers general...

Josh Hamilton signing comes as suprise

Shea Johnson, Sports Writer/Columnist/Blogger

December 17

Filed under Sports News

Yesterday, 5 time Ranger outfielder Josh Hamilton signed a 5 year, $125 million dollar deal with Texas’ AL West rivals, the Anaheim Angels. But that’s not even the worst part. The Rangers were never given a chance to counteract...

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