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Friday, April 12, 2019

Class 5A Region III Semifinals

11:00 am - Kingwood Park Lady Panthers vs. Port Neches-Groves Lady Indians, George Turner Stadium, Humble (Winner to face Pflugerville/Nederland winner)

1:00 pm - Pflugerville Lady Panthers vs. Nederland Lady Bulldogs, George Turner Stadium, Humble (Winner to face Kingwood Park/Port Neches-Groves winner)

Class 4A Region III Semifinal

3:00 pm - Lumberton Lady Raiders vs. Columbia Ladynecks, Tiger Stadium, College Station (Winner to face Lorena/Huffman Hargrave winner)

5:00 pm - Lorena Lady Leopards vs. Huffman Hargrave Lady Falcons, Tiger Stadium (Winner to face Lumberton/Columbia winner)


Saturday, April 13, 2019

Class 4A Region III Final

4:00 pm - Lumberton Lady Raiders vs. Lorena Lady Leopards/Huffman Hargrave Lady Falcons, Tiger Stadium, College Station (Winner to advance to Class 4A State Tournament in Georgetown)

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I am sure that someone from the Enterprise (either Matt Faye or Meshach Sullivan) will be in College Station and I.C. Murrell will be in Humble and are always good about posting updates on twitter.

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