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Winnsboro beats Quitman, ties for title

WINNSBORO — Just when the Red Raiders needed a big win, they got one.

Winnsboro bolted to a 20-6 first half lead and never looked back whipping rival Quitman, 47-6 in 13-2A action Friday night.

The win gives the Red Raiders a 6-1 mark in district. Winnsboro ties with Caddo Mills and Lone Oak the teams finishing as tri-champions.


Eagles bookend season with 19-14 win over Panthers

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COMO — On Senior Night at Ron Heflin Field, the Como-Pickton Eagle seniors proved just that — it was their night.

The nine football players took their last walk across that green rye field with another victory under their belt. The Eagles defeated the visiting Alba-Golden Panthers 19-14 Friday.

“I thought the kids played hard. We had some problems with them up front early but felt like we made some adjustments to get us on the board,” said Como-Pickton Eagles head football coach and athletic director Paul Tullis. “Defensively, we had them pretty much dead in the water until a personal foul on us in the third (quarter) and gave up the big play. Once they had a little life and confidence, they were tough to stop.”


SS cross country teams compete at regional

The stage is set for Sulphur Springs to take another step along the road in cross country.

The boys and girls varsity cross country teams will both be in action today at action at the Region II Class 4A meet. The event is being held at Vandergriff Park sponsored by the University of Texas at Arlington.

Cooper Bulldogs roll to 49-28 win

GRAND SALINE — The Cooper Bulldogs missed the playoffs, but finished the football season with a bang.


Statewide Football Scores


Abilene Cooper 48, Plainview 3

Arlington Seguin 21, Joshua 20

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