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Lady Trojans win area title

HAWKINS — It was a sweet win for the Cumby Lady Trojans volleyball team as they earned advancement in the playoffs defeating the Price-Carlisle Lady Indians in a quick three games.

“We had not played in a week, so we were a little rusty,” said Cumby Lady Trojans head volleyball coach Shelley Jones. “The girls were a little scared at first but after they settled down they played great!”

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Cross country runners compete at regional meet

ARLINGTON — The Sulphur Springs boys and girls teams both represented District 13-4A as the runner-up teams at Saturday’s Region II meet at the University of Texas-Arlington.

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C-P advanced to regional, posting district results

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The Como-Pickton Cross Country teams recently trekked to Humble to compete in regional cross country.

“We are very excited about our trip to Humble,” C-P girls cross country coach Virginia Green recently noted. “Alondra (Alonso) and the boys have worked very hard to get to this point. This is a new region for us and we are a little unsure of what we might see.”

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Rolling over Royse City -- Sulphur Springs advances to playoffs against Jacksonville

ROYSE CITY — If the Wildcats were using the Royse City game as a playoff warmup then Sulphur Springs is smoking heading into postseason action.

The Wildcats scored on runs, passes and interception returns as they rolled over Royse City, 56-22 in the 13-4A finale for both teams on a cool Friday night.

Sulphur Springs will now advance to meet District 14-4A representative Jacksonville in the bi-district playoffs. The game is set Thursday, Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at Rose Stadium. Sulphur Springs is the home team.

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Cumby pounds Detroit, yet loses flip of coin

DETROIT — Eight seconds. No, it wasn't bull-riding, but Cumby Trojan quarterback Brandon Heer taking the bull by the horns rushing the pigskin across the goal line to clinch the more than 15-point win over the hosting Detroit Eagles Friday, 29-12.

Players', coaches' and fans' cheers could probably be heard all the way back in Cumby as the buzzer sounded at the end of Friday's battle at Eagle Stadium. Despite the 37 degree temperature, it was the heart-warming win Cumby needed to put them into a position for playoffs.

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