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‘Not Up To Our Standards’ -- Wildcats outscore Tigers 3-2; but lack of focus concerns Owens

This was truly a cat fight of a football scrimmage.

Sulphur Springs had three scores while Terrell netted two touchdowns and around 200 yards each in a contest with spirited action — several ups and downs.

Sulphur Springs head football coach Greg Owens was irked by the uninspired effort and thought his team might have played to the level of the competition. The coach used words like “lackluster” and “not focused” to describe his team.

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Auburn coach says Rollison in QB race

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AUBURN, Ala. — Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn recently talked about the situation at backup quarterback.

Tyrik Rollison (of Sulphur Springs) is still getting a lot of reps and Neil Caudle is making the most out of his, Malzahn said.

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Sports in Brief

NH volleyball tourney action

NORTH HOPKINS — North Hopkins is hosting a volleyball tournament, Friday, Aug. 21-Saturday, Aug. 22.

Tournament Pool Play results are as follows: Como-Pickton won two matches over Yantis 25-16, 25-19. Avery won against Yantis, 25-15, 25-19. Sulphur Bluff split matches with Yantis winning the first with a final of 25-20, Yantis taking top marks in second match, 25-11, and Sulphur Bluff returning to win the final match 25-17 against Yantis.

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Sulphur Springs, Terrell meet in scrimmage tonight

It’s the last chance to iron out the kinks before it counts.

Sulphur Springs head football coach Greg Owens admits the Wildcats still needs refinement, but there’s time before the Aug. 28 opener in Paris.

The Wildcats have a home scrimmage today against Terrell at Gerald Prim Stadium. The junior varsity/ninth grade begin at 5 p.m. The varsity will follow at 7 p.m.

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C-P Eagles Soar In Scrimmage

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UNION HILL — The Como-Pickton Eagles traveled to Union Hill for scrimmage action in the heat and humidity before the storms Thursday night.

"It was a huge boost getting Brandt (Steele) back at linebacker," C-P head football coach Paul Tullis said. Steele had missed some practice due to his ill grandfather.

Tullis said, "I felt the kids rebounded well after the Prairiland scrimmage. They came out with a lot of emotion and worked hard. Offensively, other than a couple of mental mistakes really played well and dominate the line of scrimmage. Defensively, we were still a little soft in the middle. The defensive line is still trying to do too much and taking themselves out of plays."

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