The Sulphur Springs American League All-Stars won the Dixie T-Ball state title in competition held in Kilgore against the South Region State Champions, the Hudson All-Stars.
Kelly Shields continued his dominance of the Sunday Night Mixed league again this week claiming the men’s high series, with a 652 three game scratch set. Shields, competing on a 215 individual average, led his team to a three game victory on scores of 221 and 248.
By DON WALLACE
News-Telegram Sports Editor
BEAVERTON, Ore. — Anybody who has watched Sulphur Springs standout Larry Pryor play football knows he is special.
It’s good to officially get that opinion confirmed.
The Hopkins County All-Stars won the Dixie Ponytails tournament held in Lindale to claim the state title, downing Cleveland 4-0 in the championship game. Team members includeGracie Moore, Tanna Fielden and coach Jason Roberts, coach Shane Fite, Heather Bowen, Courtney Frazier, Colbria Harrison and Savannah Nix, Alli Fite, Landri Bell, Darby Williams, Cheslee Roberts, Kendal Hale, Chandler Bain and coach Karen Self. The team will begin play in the Dixie Ponytail World Series Aug. 1 in Ponchatoula, La.