#Said And Done

Multiple rounds of rain, thunderstorms expected this week. Here’s what to expect

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - For a month that is expected to be the second wettest of the year in the Brazos Valley, this May has been uncharacteristically hot and dry. Saturday night’s storms left behind measurable rain for just the third time this month. As of Sunday night, May is considered behind on rainfall by just over 2.50″. That could easily be made up in the coming days.
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Vaqueros win State title in dramatic ending

Fernley High School softball players and coaches were lined up for photos with the state championship trophy and banner after beating Virgin Valley in the 3A State Championship game Saturday afternoon when someone suddenly remembered something important. A player went running into the dugout and emerged with a jar filled...
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What was talked about before the Flames departed for Edmonton. "To play a full 60 minutes. I don't think we've done that yet. Try to play tighter and stick to our game plan a little bit more. Check, not defend, and all that stuff that we've been talking about all year. We haven't done it for 60 minutes yet."
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Twins 9, Royals 2: “Boo!” say the walks

Minnesota never surrendered their early lead tonight, knocking off the Royals and taking a stand against the whole idea of leaving men on base. After two quiet innings, the Twins jump-started their offense with a leadoff walk in the third. After Ryan Jeffers singled him over, Gilberto Celestino went all Gardyball on it, bunting the runners over to set up a Byron Buxton at-bat. Buck would fly out on a long foul pop to Whit Merrifield, but it counted as another sacrifice, with Jeffers coming in to score; 2-0 Twins.

Winfree’s WWE Smackdown Review 5.20.22

Hello everyone, it’s Friday so it’s time for another episode of WWE Smackdown. Tonight we’re scheduled to get the tag team title unification match when RAW tag team champions RKBro battle the Usos. At the moment that’s our only announced match, but we’re almost certain to get Ronda Rousey’s next opponent soon, plus they’re still building up Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre, Sami Zayn continues to exist and his budding feud with Shinsuke Nakamura might continue, and WWE might remember that Ricochet is the Intercontinental champion. There’s obviously still a fair bit up in the air after Naomi and Sasha Banks had their issues with management, and we might be able to get some clarity going forward. Well there’s a lot of possibilities for tonight, so let’s see what happens.

Joshua Buatsi showed enough class and resolve to edge a thrilling South London scrap with Craig Richards, but if it's Dmitry Bivol next he still has work to do... the 175lbs juggernaut would have punished similar lapses in concentration

It was Joshua Buatsi whose hand was raised as expected, but only at the end of an enthralling, swashbuckling slug-fest with Craig Richards inside a boisterous O2 Arena. Buatsi, who has ambitions to go on from here and conquer the light-heavyweight division, seemed too quick and slick for Richards early on in this South London derby. His speed and timing was causing the latter problems and a potential shut-out was not beyond the realm of possibility.