PARIS — The playing conditions were not the best in the world, but the results looked pretty.
Sulphur Springs took a 1-0 district soccer win Tuesday night in a contest which had to be called due to storms and lightning. “It was a pretty wild night,” said Sulphur Springs head soccer coach Andy Holt. “We had to delay the start for about 20 minutes. We got started and we scored five minutes into the game.”
The goal came with Jesus Arellano scoring from an assist by Chris White.
“White played a great ball over the top to the backside and Jesus did a great job of staying composed and finishing. We have a few more opportunities, but we could not find the he net,” Holt said.
Ross Hicks made a diving save for the Wildcats to preserve the win.
The coach added, “We had started the second half, so it was considered an official game. The Paris coach was very classy and helped make the decision on the game.”
The playoff bound Wildcats are at North Lamar Friday in the regular season finale in district play.
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