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Pirates Up Next -- No. 6-ranked Sulphur Springs must guard against letdown against Poteet

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Beware of people patting you on the back.

Might be the message from Sulphur Springs head football coach Greg Owens.

While Owens likes the success of the 3-0 Wildcats, he hopes the team doesn’t get full of itself.

Especially playing in their second consecutive road game against a team they are favored to beat. The Pirates might be setting a trap.

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Trojans out to sink the Pirates

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Does lightning strike twice? It does for Cumby. The Cumby Trojans have struck down their last two non-district opponents, Detroit and Union Hill. The (2-1) Trojans are setting their sights to sink their next opponent, the undefeated James Bowie Pirates.

The Trojans will make the hour and half trip to Simms, Texas on Friday night for “the big test” as Trojan head coach Ed Perez deemed it. It will be Pirates first homecoming game under the new athletic director and head football coach Eddy May, on his promotion from offensive coordinator/baseball coach.

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Slippin' and Slidin' -- C-P hosts JV make up game

Top, Como-Pickton Eagle JV player Tyler Davis pulls down the pass from coach Moody to make a dash between his slipping and sliding teammates Matthew Sharp (trying to tackle), Bryce Steele (22), and Aaron Screws (53).
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Pine Tree defeats SS in tennis, 13-6

The Sulphur Springs tennis team lost 13-6 in home action Tuesday against Pine Tree.

In boys singles-Robert Stevens  of Sulphur Springs won 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 over Zack Simons; Luke Penny of Sulphur Springs downed James Short 6-4, 6-4; Trey Jeffers edged Zack Adams of Sulphur Springs 6-4, 6-3; Justin Harrison beat Sulphur Springs’ Dakota Painter 6-3, 6-1; Jonathan Sill lost to Sulphur Springs player Garrett Swatsell 2-6, 6-3, 7-5; Jesse Morgan lost to Dillin Smith of Sulphur Springs, 6-3, 7-5.

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Wildcats, Lobos tied atop 13-4A standings

Last season Sulphur Springs spent most of the year leading the district in offense, nothing has changed in that area.

The Sulphur Springs offense is averaging 442 yards per game, slipping ahead of Longview by seven yards a game. Both teams are undefeated and state-ranked in the Class 4A polls.

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