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10U tournament winners

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats 10U team recently played in the Athens Super Series Tournament. On Oct. 10, the team won the championship game beating the East Texas Patriots of Tyler, 11-7. This win moved the Wildcats up in ranking, now tied for first place in the state for the Super Series Baseball Association. Team members pictured are: (front row) left to right, Bryce McQueen, Jamal Hobson Cox, Kaden Argenbright and Connor Burgin; (middle row) Pacen Edwards, Dawson Draper, Dawson Sears, Jase Thompson and Keaston Willis and (back row) coaches, Keith Edwards, Dwayne Sears, Dean Draper, Jason Thompson, Chad Argenbright and Corey Burgin. Not pictured is team member Dean Draper.

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Karate Winners

Students from Lawson Kenpo Karate in Winnsboro recently attended the 14th Gray Eagle Karate championships in Dallas. Winners are from left, Charleston Green of Winnsboro, second in weapons; Peter Feijen of Saltillo, second in kata and sparring, third in weapons; Chase Williams of Sulphur Springs, first in weapons, second in sparring, third in kata; Mikka Allen of Mount Vernon, third in sparring and demo division and instructor Donald Lawson Jr.

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Wildcats rest, refocus during bye week

Most people will agree that the bye week in District 13-4A came at a good time for the Sulphur Springs Wildcats.

The Wildcats are idle tonight as they rest with a 6-2 overall mark, 3-1 in district.

Sulphur Springs is coming off a big 42-13 road win against Mount Pleasant.


Off The Bench: Baseball excitement in October

Baseball excitement in Texas in mid to late October is truly a wonderful thing to watch. Arlington is covered in Ranger red and 45,000 pom-poms will be distributed tonight as the Rangers try to win Game 6 and close out the ALCS over the overpaid pinstripers.


Area grid teams face must wins situations to keep hopes of postseason alive

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Only two more weeks remain in district play after tonight's game. Some area teams will be trying to “dig themselves out of a hole” for a chance at playoffs.

Cumby is favored by 35-points over the hosting Savoy Cardinals. Cooper, a 21-point pick over Como-Pickton, has been celebrating with homecoming activities. Picked by 10, Winnsboro hosts Grand Saline with a must-win situation on the line. Mount Vernon will “Tackle for a Cure” as they plan to fill the stadium with pink as they host the favored North Lamar Panthers, favored by 27-points.

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