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|Texas Rangers Baseball|
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The Lone Star Conference Tournament moves into the semifinals tonight in Allen, Texas. The top seeded women's team, West Texas A&M, takes on 4th seed Midwestern State after both teams won close games to advance. The Lady Buffs pulled away late to down Cameron 64-53 on Wednesday while the Lady Mustangs had to go to overtime to get past Angelo State 70-66 on Thursday night.
The teams have played twice this season with WT winning both. The Lady Buffs won easily at home and then needed overtime to beat Midwestern in Wichita Falls.
Gametime is at 6 p.m. KGNC's broadcast will begin at 5:45 p.m.
The other women's semifinal has 2nd seed Tarleton State taking on 3rd seed Texas Womans University at noon today.
Friday, March 7, 2014
LSC TOURNAMENT MEN'S SEMIFINALS
Game 10: 2:30, 2) Midwestern State vs. 3) Angelo State
Game 12: 8:30, 1) Tarleton State vs. 4) Texas A&M-Commerce
The Amarillo Bulls host Topeka in a big weekend series in the North American Hockey League.
It’s the 9th and 10th meetings of the season between the rivals. After winning the first five games by a combined score of 20-4, the Bulls have lost the last three with all of them by two goals or less.
The Bulls had an unusual month of February playing just five games, including two full weekends off with no games.
Amarillo has a narrow five point lead over Topeka for first place in the South Division and victories this weekend could solidify their hold. Both teams have 10 games remaining in the season. The RoadRunners have a two point advantage over the Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees for home ice and second place.
Games begin at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday at the Civic Center.