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C-P JV Eagles take win

COMO — Pushing back the rain clouds, the Como-Pickton JV Eagles defeated the Ore City Rebels at Ron Heflin Field Thursday with a final of 38-12.

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Rivalry Renewed -- Whitehouse favored by four points; ’Cats face stern test in home opener

If the recent history of Sulphur Springs/Whitehouse holds true, then Friday night’s game will be a heck of a show.

The Wildcat fight between the maroon cats from Whitehouse clawing at the Sulphur Springs blue and gold Hopkins County ’Cats should be a scoreboard watchers’ delight.

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Eagles look to end the Rebellion

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COMO — The Como-Pickton Eagles hope to put another mark in the win column this week as they travel to Ore City on Friday, Sept. 4 with a kick off time of 7:30 p.m.

With both teams (1-0) spurred with wins last Friday, the upcoming contest should make for quite a showing of strength. Ore City Rebels overcame Overton 29-14 last week while the Eagles won against Cumby 22-14.

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SS Athletic events

Football

The Sulphur Springs sub-varsity football teams play at Whitehouse Thursday.

The ninth grade games will be at 4 and 5:30 p.m. followed by the JV at 7 p.m.

The varsity contest, the home opener of the year will be played vs. Whitehouse at Gerald Prim Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

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C-P awards for volleyball

Como-Pickton Lady Eagle volleyball players and their sports award: Breanna Peoples-Middle Hitter, Maci Kight-Hitter and Ron Heflin Fighting Heart awards, Skye Brumley-Eagle award, Christina Sandate-Setter and Ron Heflin Fighting Heart, Shelby Harrison-Defensive player, Kadi Baxter (back)-JV MVP, Jessica Hendricks-
Newcomer of the Year, and Manon Schakel-Co-Middle Hitter award.

Staff photo by Cindy Roller
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