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Wildcats win powerlifting title

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats did well in their own meet Saturday edging out Lindale to win the boys division.

“Josue Leon  (114-pound class), Justin Gunderson - (123-pound class), Taylor Link (132-pound class), Johnathan Carlisle (148-pound class), J.R. Rivera - (148 and 165-pound division), Cody Kalb (165-pound class), Joe Scott - (18l-pound class), Andrew Burton (242 and 275-pound class), Mason Y'Barbo (Super heavy weight class). All these guys have qualified for regionals in powerlifting or as an alternate lifter if someone moves up, down, or doesn't make weight,” said Sulphur Springs powerlifting coach William Blaylock.

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Just for kicks

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Sulphur Springs players Alejandro Nunez (1) and Alex Sanchez (5) try to get a play going during recent home action. The Wildcats beat Paris 3-1 in Saturday district competition to take first place in the standings. Scoring goals were Fernando Arellano, Kolby Wimberly and Miguel Mejia. The Wildcats were to play at Paris North Lamar Tuesday with games at 5:30 and 7 p.m.

Staff photo by Luis Noble

Sulphur Springs, NL tie in recent scrimmage

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats got to see live pitching and even a little sunshine Saturday in home baseball scrimmage competition against Paris North Lamar.

The two teams tied at 6-all in the scrimmage stopped after 10 innings.

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Lady Cats fall 2-1 to Forney

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The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats saw their five-game winning streak come to an end Saturday at home.

The Lady Cats concluded the Sulphur Springs softball tournament, losing 2-1 to Forney in a fierce battle.

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Saltillo Lions clash with Ector in basketball playoffs tonight

SALTILLO — It has been all about team for the Saltillo Lions and their basketball coach Doug Schindler. Faced with injuries throughout the season, it has had to be a team effort.

“We have had lots of injuries from knee to torn muscles,” explained Schindler in his first year as the Lions head coach. “We had to cut the JV team down to just varsity with all the players hurt. We did not get everyone back until right before district. Our best game this season was the district tie-breaker against Sulphur Bluff. We really jelled together as a team.”

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