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Basketball registration underway now

Registration is still ongoing for the Hopkins County Youth Basketball Association for boys and girls in grades three through six.

Sign-up forms are available at Creations by Joyce, 101 Bill Bradford Road. Cost is $50 per child. Deadline to sign-up is Wednesday, Dec. 1.

Boys and girls participate in separate leagues, and all games are played on Saturdays beginning Jan. 8, 2011.

Practices are generally one night per week, running one hour in length. Practices will begin Dec. 6.

For more information, contact Bryan Burney 903-885-9647.

 

Lindale’s press hampers Lady Cats

LINDALE – The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats got their first taste of how a good team runs a full-court press on Monday, and it was a taste they didn’t care for.

The Lindale Lady Eagles used their trapping full-court press and swarming half-court defense to force 35 SSHS turnovers in a 59-34 victory.

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Area Basketball Roundup

Saltillo Lady Lions 64, Chapel Hill 18

SALTILLO — The  No. 3-state ranked Saltillo Lady Lions rolled 64-18 over Chapel Hill in a Monday non-district game.

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James Allen tosses 817 honor series and a 300 perfect game

James Allen led all of Classic Lanes’ bowlers this week, shooting an honor series of 817 and an honor game of 300. Seven other men tossed 700s, Shayne Wilson (749), Tarry Davison (745/703), Anthony Sweat (741), Donald Davis (723), Harold McClure (716), and Jesse Haggerty (713). The ladies were led by Barbara Siegert with a 610. Tristan Painter topped the youth bowlers with a 582, followed by Mason Virgel’s 551, Hunter Powers’ 503, Dylan Reed’s 461, and Chazz Painter’s 450.

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Wildcats end successful season: Sulphur Springs played with heart, determination during the grid season

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The end of the year was such an abrupt halt, it felt like the entire football season came to a crashing end all at one time on a cool, windy night in Waco.

When that happens, it is easy just to see the defeat. In this case, the very disappointing 58-44 loss at the hands of the Bastrop Bears.

In a game with so many twists and turns, you can just think about what might have been instead of looking at the season overall. It was a year to remember, the Wildcats averaged 44 points a game and took second place in district.

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