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Carrillo leaves SS to coach Yantis program

YANTIS — It all went down on Monday, July 6 in the conference room at Yantis ISD.

Former Sulphur Springs head girls basketball coach Tina Carrillo signed on the dotted line as the new Yantis Lady Owls head basketball/head softball coach.

“Tina brings a lot to Yantis,” said Yantis athletic director Jack Bowles. “We are looking forward to Yantis girls’ basketball this year and in the future.”


Teams Split State Tourney Tilts

Good times, bad times.

Two Sulphur Springs teams were in 8U state playoffs Tuesday at Coleman Park with drastically different results.

The Sulphur Springs Central team took a 14-8 win over Splendora and advance in state Dixie League competition.

Sulphur Springs Central will meet Idabel, Okla. at 6 p.m. today.


Cumby offers first ever track camp

Cumby will offer for the first time a track and field camp beginning Thursday and continuing through Sunday. Cumby head track coach Gary Parrish is coordinating the event in hopes of making it an annual tradition.

Incoming fifth-ninth graders are welcome to attend. The cost of camp is $30.  All campers will receive a camp T-shirt and four meals. The Trojan Track and Field Camp will be held on the track at Commerce High School as Cumby ISD does not currently have a track at the campus.


Golfers honored

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Steve Carter, Sulphur Springs girls golf coach, gave out MVP awards to Kirstie Wallace (left) and Britney Cheatham. The awards were presented at the annual athletic banquet.
Staff photo by Luis Noble

Sulphur Springs teams play in events

Sulphur Springs teams continue in action today in the 8U state baseball tournament at Coleman Park.

In Monday night action, the Sulphur Springs Central All-Stars  lost their first game of the event, falling to Prosper Green, 11-6.

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