Cowboys players take the baseball field for Home Run Derby
Dallas Cowboys players got on the baseball field for charity at the Seventh Annual Reliant Home Run Derby in Frisco, benefitting The Salvation Army Greater Metroplex Command. Each home run hit by the players earned money for the charity.
TCU Horned Frogs defensive tackle Ross Blacklock can dunk at 6-foot-4 and 329 pounds. Although his father was a member of the Harlem Globetrotters, Ross is hopeful he can turn pro in a different sport.
Riley Dodge returns to a program he once led to a UIL state title in 2006. The Dragons officially started the 2018 season on Monday inside their indoor facility. Carroll is looking to build off last year's 10-4 squad.