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Cumby Trojans black out the Bobcats

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CUMBY —What do you get when you have mud from head to toe, fireworks from a light pole, chilly weather, free hot dogs and campfire before the game, and a “3” point PAT?

That's just how 2009 Cumby Trojans summed up their homecoming win over Fruitvale Bobcats, and it will not soon be forgotten.


Raiders win mud bowl over Eagles

WINNSBORO — It was a night for muddy, big plays-for the host team. Winnsboro ended their homecoming night with a 39-27 win over Como-Pickton.

Winnsboro Red Raider head football coach was right. He guaranteed it would be muddy, and it was. But the rains stayed away long enough for local area games to proceed without delay.


SS Hall of Honor

Sulphur Springs Hall of Honor inductees were honored before Friday’s football game with Texas High. From left, Steve Furney and Jena Furney Kirkland representing Class of 1942 graduate their dad, the late Murl Furney; Mindy Boss Pickelmann, Class of 1997 and Mike McCaffrey, Class of 1987.
Staff photo by Luis Noble

Lady Cats swept by Texas High

The Texas High Lady Tigers rolled to three-game sweep of Sulphur Springs in volleyball action played Friday in the SSHS gym.

After taking Marshall to five games earlier in the week, the Lady Cats lost 3-0 to the visiting Texas High squad to fall to 1-7 in District 13-4A competition.


MV Tigers drops first game, lose to New Boston, 48-28

MOUNT VERNON—After rolling out to a 5-0 start, the Tigers saw their undefeated mark come crashing down Friday night, losing to New Boston, 48-28.

The visiting Lions roared from the first of the game to the end of the District 16-3A football contest. Mainly fueled by the running of Sha’Keem Jeffferson.

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