PROSPER — After rain, snow and bad conditions, the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats finally got to open their softball season.
The Lady Cats won 13-3 in varsity action over Prosper Tuesday with the JV winning 9-1.
HALLSVILLE — The Sulphur Springs Wildcats ended the basketball season falling 77-43 to Hallsville in 13-4A competition.
Joey Davis had 13 points, including one 3-pointer for Sulphur Springs. The only other player in double digits was Gage Williams with 11 points.
Sulphur Springs started slowly, but came back strong with 25 points in the second period to slice the Hallsville lead to 43-29 at intermission.
PRINCETON — The Sulphur Springs soccer team got in gear late in the first half and rolled over Princeton, 8-1 in district action Monday on the road.
“We dominated the game and really Princeton did not put that much pressure on us. It was good for us to come out and play well and get the win,” said Sulphur Springs head boys soccer coach Andy Holt said. “The difference was scoring, we put the ball in the back of the net.”
“I would really like for the girls to win this one and have something to show for all the wins this season,” Dee Ann Evans, Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears head basketball coach said. “We have won more games than the team or the community thought we would win since I have taken over the team.”