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Wildcats lose district road game

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LONGVIEW— Turnovers continue to hamper the Sulphur Springs Wildcats basketball team.

Tuesday night on the road, Sulphur Springs had 35 miscues allowing the Lobos to cruise to a 72-39 win over the Wildcats in District 13-4A basketball action.

Sulphur Springs got 12 points from Kadarian Wright to earn high scoring honors.

For Longview, Luke Mack exploded for 26 points while LaDarrin Robinson had 17 points and seven rebounds; Aaron Johnson had seven rebounds, seven assists and six points.


Wildcats win chilly scrimmage

Miguel Mejia (6) of Sulphur Springs fights to get control of the ball during Tuesday scrimmage competition against Frisco Liberty at Gerald Prim Stadium. Alejandro Arellano scored a second half goal to give Sulphur Springs a 1-0 win. Wildcat coach Andy Holt said, “We played pretty well. I thought defensively we looked good. Rodrigo Larios and Oscar Martinez both played well in the back. Ben Watson played keeper for us and for his first time on the field as a keeper he did a great job.”

Read more on girls soccer in Thursday's Sports section.

Staff photo by Luis Noble

Area basketball roundup

Lady Trojans beat Lady Bobcats

CUMBY — The Lady Trojans marched over their visiting opponent, Fruitvale, Tuesday night warming Cumby fans with a 50-14 win.


Y'Barbo, Dial in Emfinger Bowl game

Sulphur Springs football standouts Kedrick Dial and Mason Y’Barbo were selected to participate in the 2010 Max Emfinger All-American Bowl Classic.



Wildcats scrimmage Hawks in soccer

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats and Lady Cats soccer teams have been practicing in the cold and ready for action.
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