Golfer continues to shine

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Golfer Logan Young has been recognized for his play.

The Normangee High School graduate has been named to the American Southwest Conference first team.

The Concordia University Texas sophomore tied for seventh at the conference Championship, shooting 221 (76-73-72). Young finished third among the Tornados, who were the tournament's runner-up.

Baseball

Cisco College freshman relief pitcher Christian Springfield appeared in three games. The Normangee resident had no decisions and a 10.80 earned run average. Springfield "works hard and does his job well," head coach David White said. "When given the opportunity, he gets it done. He embraces his role and excels as a teammate."

Men's basketball

Joseph Jones led the Beirut Club in the Lebanese League with 10 rebounds during its loss in the semifinals Round 4. The former Panther had eight points. In the 11 games he played, he averaged 11.4 points and 9.0 rebounds.

Men's outdoor track and field

Stephen F. Austin State University junior Tanner Parks placed 10th in the javelin throw at the Michael Johnson Invitational. The Normangee resident ran the anchor leg of the school's B 4x400-meter relay team that placed 14th.

Men's rodeo

Ty Arnold of Sam Houston State University has qualified in the team roping heeler for the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo. The Madisonville High graduate qualified by finishing the season third in the Southern Region standings.

Women's rodeo

Sonora Schueneman will be the fourth member of the Texas A & M University team at the College National Finals Rodeo. The North Zulch High product will compete in goat tying. "We pretty much compete every day," she said about preparation for the event.

Send updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at jdanddoc@gmail.com.

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