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New districts listed for 3A-1A teams

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The UIL Class 3A football and basketball district alignments for the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons.


Wildcats miss key scoring changes

TEXARKANA — After losing to Kennedale in a shootout, the Wildcats took on Texas High.

“We played T-High Friday night and won 1-0.  The goal came from Miguel Mejia and assisted by Gustavo Gallegos,” said Wildcat head soccer coach Andy Holt. “ It was nice to see that 1 goal stood up for us.  We then played Pleasant Grove on Saturday and tied 1-1 and lost in another shootout.  They scored the first goal.  We came back a few minutes later and scored to tie it up.  Oscar Martinez scored on a corner kick by Alejandro Arellano. We had 14 shots.  We dominated the play, but couldn't finish our opportunities.  That was the theme of the tournament for us.  We had 40 shots in three games to our opponents eight.  We have got to find the back of the net and when we do, we can't allow them to score.”

Y’Barbo commits to North Texas

DENTON — Sulphur Springs offensive lineman Mason Y’Barbo recently verbally committed to attend the University of North Texas.

Y’Barbo toured the campus and found  the school to his liking, saying he will sign with UNT on national signing day Wednesday.

He recently earned first team all-district honors as a 6-2, 290-pound center. He graded out 87 percent with 59 pancake blocks and did not give up a sack all season.


Time for a Change

UIL will release its biennial redistricting, reclassification Monday

Sulphur Springs sports fans who have grown weary of taking four-hour round trips to watch the Wildcats and Lady Cats play, can take heart.

That could all change on Monday.

The University Interscholastic League will unveil its biennial realignment at 9 a.m. Monday. That could totally change Sulphur Springs’ district opponents for the next two years.


Lobos rally past Wildcats in overtime

For the second time in a week, the Wildcats saw a possible home District 13-4A basketball win slip away.

Last week it was Hallsville escaping town with a one-point overtime win, this time the lucky team was Longview.

The Lobos came off the deck in the fourth period, forced overtime and won 73-68 leaving Sulphur Springs to ponder what might have been.

For the Wildcats Gage Williams and Kedrick Dial each had double-doubles. Williams had 19 points and 10 rebounds while Kedrick Dial contributed 17 points and 14 rebounds. Alvin Frazier also had 19 points. Seth Harris contributed nine rebounds.

Luke Mack led Longview with 21 points, including three 3-pointers;  Green Carroll had 20 and Damian Lawson scored 17.

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