The Sulphur Springs Wildcats and North Hopkins Panthers remain as the only two teams in the county still in postseason action.
Both teams face tough teams in the area round this week of the baseball playoffs.
Jason Keller and Allan Hague both shot three 700s apiece this week, and eight other men came through with one apiece to account for 14 700s shot a Classic Lanes for the week. Keller shot the week’s highest set, a 783 rolled on Tuesday, then hit a 753 on Thursday. His third came on Sunday, a 715. Hague shot a 769 on Tuesday, a 724 on Thursday, and a 711 on Sunday. Eight other men shot single 700s during the week; Tarry Davison, 769, Greg Pullen ,752, Shayne Wilson, 741, Harold McClure, 732, Mike Love, 724, Vince Smith, 716, Neldon Smith, 708, and Mike Gilliland, 702. Three women, Donna White, Neice Heavin and Deanna Hale, fired 600s this week. White tossed a 636, Heavin a 630 and Hale, a 620.
PARIS — After winning the playoff opener, the Saltillo Lady Lions lost two games Saturday in the Class 1A area playoff action Dodd City.
The Lady Lions won 1-0 in Thursday competition, but fell by scores of 4-1 and 6-3 on Saturday at North Lamar High School’s softball diamond.