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Saltillo boys
beat S. Bluff
  The Saltillo boys swept two district games Tuesday against rival Sulphur Bluff.

    Saltillo scored 14 points late to win the varsity game, 43-38 over the Bears.
    Scorers for the Lions were - Trevor Moore 14, Michael Simmons 11, Matthew Gurley four; Walker McGill, Adam Valenzuela, Dakota Patridge, Lyle Bench, three each; Logan Camp, two points.
    The boys are 18-14 overall and 8-0 perfect as district champs. Their next game will be announced later.
    The JV Lions won 61-14 over Sulphur Bluff.
    Saltillo scorers  - Colt Spears 20, Nathan Valenzuela 13, Ben Moore 12, Michael Clover eight, Levi Hoover 4; Dillon Beadle and Hendrick Rios two.

Honey Grove
downs NH               

COMMERCE — The North Hopkins girls saw their basketball season end Monday with a playoff defeat.
    The Lady Panthers fell 75-18 to Honey Grove in Class 2A Region II bi-district action held at Commerce High School.
    Honey Grove got 25 points from Diavian Shaw.
Saltillo girls
in playoffs
  The Saltillo Lady Lions will play Ector in the area round of the playoffs.
    The game will be played Friday, Feb. 17 at North Lamar High School in Paris at 7 p.m.
    Saltillo is the district champion and representative for District 23-A.

Sulphur Springs
JV golfers first
    MOUNT PLEASANT — The Sulphur Springs junior varsity golf team was first in Monday competition at the Mount Pleasant Country Club.
    The Wildcats had a team score of 423. Individual scores - Garrett Hanna, 96, second place; Mason Burgin, 101, third place; Haden Golightly, 109, fifth place and Callen Hurley, 117.

SS netters
12th in Kilgore
    KILGORE — The Sulphur Springs placed 12th out 16 schools in tennis action.
    Coach Tony Martinez said, “Bright spots were boys doubles Joey Gatewood / Jonah Kirkpatrick won consolation;
Girls singles Zoe Wilson placed fifth; mixed doubles Kade Brown / Jaspyn Johnson fourth place, in boys doubles Tyler Stout / Alex Benitez  were fifth, in boys singles, Harrison Harbin was sixth.
    “The competition was strong Longview, Kilgore, Whitehouse, and Lindale led the way to the top four spots in the tournament. We are improving week to week, making adjustments with different doubles partners and different strategies on the court,” the coach said.
    Next up is the Robert E. Lee tournament in Tyler this Friday. Sulphur Springs JV hosts a  tournament  Feb. 21.




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