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Mavs beat SS; stay in playoff race

The only good thing about Saturday’s 6-3 loss to Marshall is that it didn’t knock the Sulphur Springs Wildcats out of the playoff race.

The Mavs ruined Senior Day festivities at Eagle Stadium, but it was a win the visitors needed to stay in the hunt as they snapped a five-game losing streak with the decision over the Wildcats in 13-4A action.


C-P Eagles smash A-G Panthers

COMO — The Eagles finished up their season on a high note on senior night. With solid performances from seniors and clutch hits and plays from freshmen, the Como-Pickton Eagle baseball team came out ahead with a 6-5 victory over Alba-Golden. The win caps another impressive week for the team, that saw three one-run wins, all come-from-behind victories.

"It was a great game," said C-P head baseball coach Dustin Carr. "We came back twice to  tie it up. It was just unbelievable."

Trojans win; play Wolves today

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CUMBY — The Cumby Trojans defeated the Roxton Lions 14-8 in a district battle. The win kept Cumby near the top of the district standings.

Cumby and North Hopkins are tied for second in district 17-A, one game behind Wolfe City. Cumby (11-7, 8-2) plays at Wolfe City today at 4:30 p.m.


Lewis presents game tickets

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Lewis, left, congratulates Kerry Wright, the top bidder for two Carolina Panthers vs. Dallas Cowboys tickets with VIP passes.  Wright won the auction during the "Friday Night Lights" dinner for his football fan wife.
Staff photo by Luis Noble

Winners named in benefit race

Results from the Out Run Cancer event held Saturday, April 25, at Coleman Park.

All proceeds from this event will benefit the Relay For Life of Hopkins County being held May 1-2.

Outrun Cancer Results

Gold Medal Winners in the Mile:

Grades 1-3—Corban Philo, 8:30.

Grades 4-6—Jonathan Philo,    8:16.

Grades 7-8—Taylor Gifford, 6:51.

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