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Sunday's Area Roundup Former Ellison football player hospitalized in shooting

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Posted: Sunday, April 27, 2014 11:39 pm

A former Ellison High School football star was hospitalized after being shot this weekend.

Dominique Hosea, 21, a senior at Texas Southern University, was just weeks from graduating when he was shot and robbed off campus Friday night, according to reports.

Hosea was reported to have caught a man breaking into his car about 10:30 p.m. Friday, after he and his girlfriend left a festival at the college’s campus in Houston.

According to reports, friends said Hosea was trying to protect his girlfriend when the suspect shot him twice.

Hosea was taken to the ICU on Friday. His condition was unavailable Sunday night.

Salado sweeps Clifton in opening playoff series

CLIFTON — The Salado Lady Eagles softball team scored eight runs in the top of the seventh inning, then held off a Clifton rally in the bottom of the inning to hold on for a 15-13 victory Saturday.

The win gave Salado a sweep of the bi-district playoff series.

The Lady Eagles trailed 8-7 before storming ahead in the seventh behind eight hits, including a three-run triple by Malory Schattle and a two-run homer by Grace Tauferner.

Josie Norman (3 for 4) hit a three-run homer in the second inning. Morgan Hill (3 for 4), who earlier in the day qualified for the state track meet in the 100-meter hurdles 53 miles away in Stephenville, hit a solo shot in the fourth.

Salado finished with 20 hits. Shyenne Hicks, Norman and Tauferner also had three hits.

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