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Lady Cats victory in thrilling fashion

Although ranked first in district and No. 19 a state poll, the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats ran into a tough opponent at home Friday night.

The game was full of “iffy” calls and remarkable plays, and in the end, the Lady Cats sneaked out with an electrifying win, 1-0.


Marshall takes three wins over SS teams

MARSHALL — It was a chance at a win, that slipped away.

After getting a key win earlier in the week over Mount Pleasant to even their record at 2-2 in district, the Wildcats appeared ready to make run a winning streak.

But thoughts of that ended Friday with a 5-3 loss at Marshall to the stubborn Mavs in 13-4A competition.


C-P Lady Eagles edge Lone Oak

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COMO — Thursday night's win was a well-needed boost for the Como-Pickton Lady Eagles.

District opponents Como-Pickton Lady Eagles and Lone Oak Lady Buffs met on the softball diamond C-P defended their home turf with a 3-2 win.

The game began with Lone Oak taking an early one to nothing lead in the top of the first, but the Lady Eagles were able to hold them scoreless in the second inning.


C-P tracksters compete at Jack Fry Relays

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WINONA — The Como-Pickton track teams traveled to Winona Thursday to participate in the Jack Fry Relays 2009.

"The C-P boys participated in our fourth meet of the year on Thursday. We finished seventh with 13 points. Seven Eagle athletes made the trip," said C-P Eagle head track coach Greg Roller. C-P placed over New Diana and North Hopkins teams. White Oak took first with a point total of 186. White Oak  will be the location of the regional qualifiers meet beginning on April 23 through April 25.


60 compete in Taekwondo tournament

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Students from Sulphur Springs ATA Martial Arts amazed the crowd during the "Accept the Challenge 2009" Taekwondo tournament on March 28.

The event was generously sponsored by Fresh Start Investment Group.  Sanctioned by The American Taekwondo Association, the tournament was the school's second sanctioned event since being placed in the capable hands of fourth degree black belt and co-owner Melissa Bilyeu. "We are excited to host our own tournament and we are very grateful to our sponsors for making this event happen," she said.

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