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Doleshal

Leslie Lee Doleshal Jr. passed away July 3 at the age of 76, in Austin, from injuries received in a car accident. Les was born to Maude Freida (Werchin) and Leslie Lee Doleshal Sr. in Brenham in 1944. An only child, Les spent a lot of his childhood playing sports with people that would become lifelong friends. As he matured, his love of sports never waned. He was a four-sport letterman at Brenham High School and played basketball for Blinn Junior College on an athletic scholarship. He loved to tell the story of how the owner of the Brenham bowling alley offered to sponsor him on the professional bowling association circuit.
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Janner

Otto Janner Jr. was born in the Mound Hill Community in Washington County to Otto and Elsie Winkelmann Janner on Dec. 29, 1932. He passed away on July 23, 2021 from several health issues including COVID-19, at the age of 88 years. Otto attended school in Mound Hill and then...
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EDMUND MARCINKIEWICZ JR.

Body Ed Marcinkiewicz was born on February 27, 1962, to Edmund and Alice (Brast) Marcinkiewicz in Bellville, Texas. He was baptized and confirmed in Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. After graduating from Bellville High School in 1980, Ed attended Blinn Junior College on a band scholarship where he was also the editor of the Blinn Log. Upon receiving his Associate of Arts degree, he then transferred to Texas A&M where he received his degree in Education in 1985.
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Silver Taps Notification

Edmund "Coach Ed" Marcinkiewicz, Jr. Edmund Marcinkiewicz, Jr., 59 of Cat Spring, Texas, passed away on Friday, July 17, 2021, at his home surrounded by his family. (A Texas Nonprofit Organization) c/o Citizens' State Bank. 222 Main St., Sealy, Texas 77474. Ed Marcinkiewicz was born on February 27, 1962, to...
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Rangers MLB Draft Day Three Recap: Rounds 11-20

The Texas Rangers wrapped up the third and final day of the 2021 MLB Draft with their final 10 selections. Just one of the 10 selections ranked in MLB.com's Top 250 prospects. 11th Round (314th overall): JoJo Blackmon, OF, Escambia HS (FL) Blackmon batted .419 with 4 home runs, 4...
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Rangers take 10 players on Day 3 of MLB Draft

ARLINGTON, Texas — The Texas Rangers today selected ten players on the third and final day of the 2021 Major League Baseball Draft, which included rounds 11 through 20. Texas selected 20 total players in this year’s draft. The Rangers’ 20th and final pick was made in honor of Charley...
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Mariners select New Braunfels alum in MLB draft

New Braunfels graduate and Texas A&M right-handed pitcher Bryce Miller was selected by the Mariners in the fourth round (and No. 113 overall) of the Major League Baseball draft on Monday. Miller, a 2017 New Braunfels graduate who played for Blinn Junior College for one season, pitched in 54 games...
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Coach’s Corner: Christopher Hargrove, SUSLA Football

SHREVEPORT, La (KMSS/KTAL) – Just one year ago, Christopher Hargrove was recovering from a heart attack. Now, he’s preparing for the upcoming football season as the Head Football Coach at Southern University Shreveport. Hargrove spoke with NBC6’s Sam Rothman as he begins a job that he calls “a dream come true.”
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Briefly TWU

Texas Woman’s University head basketball coach Beth Jillson has announced the addition of Conner Gurley to the Pioneers’ basketball staff. No stranger to the Lone Star Conference, Gurley has spent the last four seasons on the staff at Angelo State University, first spending two years as a graduate assistant before transitioning to a full-time role prior to the 2019-20 season.
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GURLEY NAMED ASSISTANT BASKETBALL COACH

DENTON, Texas – Texas Woman's University head basketball coach Beth Jillson has announced the addition of Conner Gurley to the Pioneers basketball staff. No stranger to the Lone Star Conference, Gurley has spent the last four seasons on the staff at Angelo State University, first spending two years as a graduate assistant before transitioning to a full-time role prior to the 2019-20 season.
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Curtis Gordon Clopton

Curtis Gordon Clopton, 65, of Three Rivers, Texas, passed away on June 30, 2021. Curtis was born in Houston, Texas, on January 4, 1956, to Sylvester and Billy G. (Langham) Clopton. He graduated from Blinn Junior College and Sam Houston State with a Master’s Degree in Education (Industrial Education). While at Blinn and Sam Houston State, he was a part of the rodeo team. Curtis married Laurie Jones on December 16, 1978, at St. George Catholic Church in George West and remained an active member of the church. They resided in Oakville for 41 years and started his career as a teacher for Beeville ISD before becoming an employee of the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He retired in 2011 after 20 years of teaching there. Curtis was a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association for many years. His passion included rodeos, cattle, hunting and his love for raising and training horses. Curtis was a rancher and was very proud of the F-1 heifers he raised. Not only was he an avid outdoorsman, he was also well-known for building and/or fixing anything having to do with his home and other projects, including being a very good mechanic. His daughter fondly recalls her dad and her mother building their home from the ground up. Curtis had such a great personality and was a friend to all.
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