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Trojans hunt Bobcats for homecoming

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CUMBY – Hard work pays off. Or at least it has for the Cumby Trojan football team this season. The Trojans have jumped 46 slots on the Harris Ratings Poll since week 0 to their current position of 89.

“For a brief moment, it is nice to see that our hard work is paying off as far as the polls are concerned, but it can be a double-edged sword that can get you into trouble,” said Cumby Trojan head football coach Ed Perez. “We have to focus every week to play and can’t fall into a trap of getting involved in all the predictions and such—bottom line is you still have to line up and play ball.”


SSHS Hall of Fame welcomes new members

It is time again for Sulphur Springs former athletes to be honored with the induction of three new members in the SSHS Hall of Fame Friday.

The three new inductees – Mindy Boss Pickelmann (Class of 1997), Mike McCaffrey (Class of 1988) and Murl Furney (Class of 1942) – will be formally introduced at Gerald Prim Stadium next Friday shortly before the 7:30 p.m. kickoff between the Wildcats and Texas High. A reception to honor the new inductees is scheduled for 5:45 p.m. in the high school conference center. The reception is open to the public.


Sports in Brief

Lady Panthers win twice

NORTH HOPKINS — North Hopkins Lady Panthers (3-3) downed Greenville Phoenix in recent games.


Lady Cats show heart even in defeat

It was an ordinary match on a Tuesday evening that might turnout to be an outing to build a program around.


Sports in Brief

Cumby hosts homecoming

CUMBY — In honor of homecoming, Cumby will be hosting parade today starting at 7:30 p.m. followed by a bonfire. The parade will begin at the I-30 gas station and continue to the Cumby High School. The bonfire will be located behind the bus barn.
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