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Smith fires 300 during Thursday bowling league action

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Mark Smith shot a perfect game during Thursday night men’s competition this week, the fifth 300 of his bowling career.

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Prairiland tournament final results

PATTONVILLE – Detroit won 56-54 to take first place in the recent James R. Morton Invitational Tournament hosted by Prairiland.

 

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Wildcat Playoff Run Ends: Sulphur Springs loses to Denison in state quarterfinals

UNIVERSITY PARK — The two-year run of excellence in the playoffs which produced a historic state 4A football championship ended Saturday for the Sulphur Springs Wildcats.

It was the 10th playoff game in two years the Wildcats fell 49-35 defeat at the hands of Denison in the sunshine at SMU’s Ford Stadium was the end of an incredible run for the Wildcats. For Denison, they scored revenge on the team who ousted them from the 2008 playoffs.

Wildcat head coach football coach Greg Owens was disappointed at the loss especially following the scoring chances that were not taken advantage of by Sulphur Springs offense. The Wildcats had 32 plays inside the Denison red zone and got 35 points.

“We opportunities and the momentum in the first half, but we didn’t do it,” Owens said. “We were kicking field goals or attempting field goals. We needed to put the ball in the end zone. We battled back, but Denison is good, give them credit. Denison made more plays than we did and they were better in this game. We did not tackle very well in the first half. We just did not capitalize on our opportunities. You have to score when you get close.”

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Wildcat Notes

UNIVERSITY PARK – Denison brought a top-ranked rushing attack into the state quarterfinal match-up with the Sulphur Springs Wildcats on Saturday, and it was strictly a 1-2 punch.

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All-District Announced: District 13-2A and 14-1A football honors released

Football teams included in District 13-2A are Lone Oak, Caddo Mills, Winnsboro, Grand Saline, Cooper, Quitman, Como-Pickton and Alba-Golden.

The Winnsboro Red Raiders (7-5) finished as the  Class 2A Division I, Region II regional finalists. They lost to the Godley Wildcats in a rain-soaked 34-13 end. The Caddo Mills Foxes ended on a 10-3 season with a 33-12 loss to Callisburg to be the Class 2A Division II regional finalists, while the (9-3) Lone Oak Buffaloes ended in the area round with a 21-14 final in McGregor’s favor.


The coaches of District 13-2A voted the following athletes to the 2009 All-District Football Team.

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