Sulphur Springs soccer teams continue very important district games this week.
The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats had a scoreless tie at Princeton in girls action Tuesday.
“We ended 0-0 after going into overtime. It was a tough battle Princeton played a defensive game in the second half and in overtime knowing that a tie would benefit them. The defender and the goal keeper for the Lady Cats had an outstanding game. The forwards and mids created numerous opportunities but came up just short,” said Jesus DeLeon.
The girls play at Paris Friday JV at 5:30 p.m., varsity at 7:15 p.m.
The Wildcats have two keys games this week at home. They take on Princeton Thursday in a game postponed from Monday due to the weather. Friday, the Wildcats host North Lamar for Senior Night.
“We have a big week this week with the two toughest teams in district coming into Gerald Prim. Princeton and us are tied for second and Paris is in first place right now. If we can get two wins, it will put us at the top with Paris. The weather looks like it will be much nicer. Friday is Senior Night and will be the last time this group of seniors will get to play at home. We have a good group of seniors that helped us to be successful last year and are helping lead us this year said Andy Holt, Wildcats head soccer coach.
Senior activities will begin at 6:45 p.m. Friday Holt said.
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