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The Amarillo Thunderheads ended their two-game losing streak by taking down Grand Prairie 7-2. Clay Chapman improved to 3-0 on the season striking out two in six innings of two run ball. Six different Thunderhead batters drove in runs in the win. Amarillo improves their overall record to 19-21 on the season. The Thunderheads will begin their three-game home series with Wichita tonight at 7:05 pm.
Seven Panhandle baseball players were selected into the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association Academic All-State team. In Class 5A, four of the players were from Hereford and another was from Randall. Bushland and Pampa each had one player represent them on the Class 4A team.
Soon-to-be Canyon High senior hurdler Norman Grimes continues his dominate summer as he qualified for both the 400-meter hurdles and 110 hurdles at the USATF World Youth Track and Field Trials Wednesday. Grimes took first in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 51.67 and took second in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 13.64. Grimes will represent the U.S. team in the IAAF World Youth Championships July 15th to the 19th in Columbia.