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Crushing the opponent for a perfect season

Fifth and sixth grade girls Crush team won the City Championship to complete their basketball season with a perfect 10-0 record. The team was coached by Bryan Burney and Sharon Womack. Pictured (front row) Kendall Wallace, Baile Gammill, Madison Jackson, Hannah Crowson, (back row) Cassie Farley, Coach Sharon Womack, Sarah Womack, Coach Bryan Burney and Shade Alley.

Photo courtesy of Lisa's Photography


Lady Cats earn soccer playoff berth

New Lady Cats head soccer coach Jesus DeLeon led the Sulphur Springs team to a third place finish and more importantly, a playoff berth.

In action in Paris Tuesday night the Sulphur Springs JV lost, 3-2. The varsity tied, 0-0, but lost the shootout 1-0.

The varsity Lady Cats still had enough points to wrap-up a third place playoff berth. Princeton and Paris will play for fourth place.


Wildcats compete in Ennis tourney -- Jake ‘The Snake’ Dougan gets first pitching assignment

Maybe the third tournament will be the charm.

After being up and down in two previous tournaments, the Wildcats get ready to compete in the Ennis Baseball Booster Club tournament Thursday through Saturday.


K. Clayton draws pro attention

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NORMAN, Okla. — Oklahoma senior linebacker Keenan Clayton was one of the OU Sooners getting attention at a recent workout day held by the St. Louis Rams.

Clayton, a 6-1, 210-pound linebacker with 4.5 speed in the 40 is projected for the NFL draft.


C-P Lady Eagles fifth at Hawk Relays

HAWKINS – The Como-Pickton Lady Eagles track team competed at the Hawk Relays in Hawkins on Saturday and returned with an overall fifth place with 71 points. The host school, Hawkins, won the varsity girls division with 102 total points with Grand Saline second with 89.5 points and Dallas Gateway in third with 88.5.

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