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Wildcats intense in intrasquad scrimmage

Sulphur Springs began football workouts Monday in T-shirts and shorts and ended the week Friday with an intrasquad scrimmage, complete with pads.
“It was a very good first week. A ton of stuff to work on, all the little details – especially playing low, everyone is too high. It is only day one of pads and we have a long way to go, but I like our talent level and the kids willingness to want to get better,” said Wildcats head football coach Greg Owens.

’Cats Popping Pads

After four days of just wearing shorts, T-shirts and helmets, the addition of pads was a welcome change.

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats, like teams around the state, were allowed to hold contact drills today for the first time putting on shoulder and other pads.


Former Lady Cat standout Cross gets jump start coaching at Yantis

Making a fresh start. With the signing of 2009 Sulphur Springs High School graduate Mackenzie Cross to the head volleyball coach; the Yantis Lady Owls will be “going back to basics.”

“It is all new to me,” Cross said working on her bachelor degree at Texas A&M—Commerce at night while coaching volleyball, assisting with basketball and softball to her mentor Tina Carrillo and working as an aide to the pre-kindergarten class.


C-P Eagles open grid practice

Como-Pickton coach Dustin Carr pairs up with an Eagle while working on blocking drills.


Local gymnast receives state, regional recognition

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Chrissalynd Person, 14, has achieved state and regional recognition in the USA gymnastics world.

Person will be honored Saturday in Houston for her competitive accomplishments this year.

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