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Wildcats, Lions clash in playoffs, again

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats are making their sixth consecutive baseball playoff berth under head coach Jerrod Hammack.

The  Sulphur Springs Wildcats will be playing Henderson in the baseball playoffs for the second straight year.

The schedule includes - Game 1 at UT Tyler  7 p.m. Thursday, Sulphur Springs is the home team.

Friday — Game 2 at Longview High School 7 p.m.  Sulphur Springs is the visiting team.


Como-Pickton track season ends at regional meet

STEPHENVILLE — The Como-Pickton track teams had a good run that preliminarily ended at the Region 2-2A track meet in Stephenville.

Hunter Cain and Alondra Alonso kicked off the competing for Como-Pickton with each taking eight laps around Oscar Fraser track at Tarleton State University in the 3,200-meter run. Cain finished clocking 12:01.87 and Alonso was 13:22.87. Unfortunately, neither long distance runner was able to end in the top six places.

C-P Lady Eagle Kadi Baxter moved up from her fourth place in district to compete in discus Monday morning with a final throw of 87-01.5.


Softball, baseball playoff schedule

North Hopkins

The North Hopkins Lady Panthers face  Lindsay at Trenton, Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in a one-game area softball playoff.

Lindsay is the team which ousted the Lady Panthers from the playoffs last year.

The North Hopkins Panthers are in the playoffs against McLeod at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Mount Pleasant High School.


Ross wins at Paris Speedway

Chayson Ross, of Sulphur Springs, won the hobby stock feature race last Saturday night at Paris Motor Speedway. Ross dominated the race, leading every lap, puling away from the field. Paris Motor Speedway is located east of Paris between Blossom and Pattonville on FM 196. Racing begins at 8  p.m.on Saturday nights.  Please visit us on the web at parismotorspeedway.org

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Wildcats 4x100 relay in regional track final

DENTON – The Sulphur Springs sprinters proved to be pretty good “mudders” yesterday at the Class 4A, Region II track and field meet at Fouts Field.

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