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SSMS boys compete at MP track meet

MOUNT PLEASANT — Sulphur Springs middle school boys track teams competed in the recent Tiger Relays.
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SS athletes in Tiger Relays -- Tough field limits scores of Lady Cats, Wildcats

MOUNT PLEASANT — The Sulphur Springs track athletes got a strong workout Friday at the Tiger Relays held in Mount Pleasant.

The Wildcats and Lady Wildcats did not score well in varsity action. The junior varsity boys took third according to reports from track coaches.

In girls varsity competition, Cyndie Finney took sixth place in the triple jump with a leap of 32-7. Smith of Mount Pleasant won the event at 37-8. The 4x200 meter relay team had a time of 1:52.06.

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Wildcats lose marathon 7-6 game in 10 innings

What started as a friendly non-district baseball game, turned into a spirited marathon battle Saturday afternoon.

The visiting McKinney North Bulldogs left with a 7-6 win in a 10-inning affair which lasted almost three and a half hours at Eagle Stadium.

“We were able to get some role guys playing time and I thought they played well. We did get several of our pitchers some work and I thought we competed hard as a team. However, we did have the opportunity to close the deal in the seventh and we came up short again.We have got to finish teams off when we have the chance,” said Sulphur Springs head baseball coach Jerrod Hammack.

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Garrett vaults for fifth place

Deanna Garrett vaulted 11-0 to place fifth in the pole vaulting event at the 2009 82nd Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays held at the Mike A. Myers Stadium at the University of Texas. She is the daughter of Mark and Meg Garrett of Como and an athlete on the Como-Pickton Lady Eagles track team.

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SB track sixth at Winona

WINONA  — The Sulphur Bluff varsity track team placed sixth overall with 24 points in the Jack Fry Relays at Winona Thursday behind Hawkins that had 41. White Oak won first outright with 186 points. The Bears JV team placed fifth with 44 points with the host had 150 for first.

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