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SB Bears T-ball place first

The Bears T-ball team from Sulphur Bluff placed first in the Mount Vernon Little League competition. Team members are from left, front row kneeling, Cruz Sharp, Ally Sharp, Kendall Dorner, Tori Raine and Blake Hume. Second row, Hunter Carpenter, Ally Collett, Trayton South, Ryan Vance, Shane Johnson, Matthew Harper and Dillon Blevins. Back row coaches Maynard Victor, Tyler South, Michah Johnson and Joey Dorner.                                                                                Courtesy photo
 

Nets net a win

The Nets, a team composed of Saltillo 8th grade girls, won the Canton Eaglette Classic Basketball Tournament recently defeating the Winnsboro 7th-8th grade team in the championship game 31-27.  The Saltillo girls also defeated Edgewood 44-10, Bullard 38-14, and Brownsboro 37-14 before advancing to the championship game. Members are Karli Brewer, Chelsea Moore, Victoria Stretcher, Luz Nunez, Tiffney Goldsmith and Courtney Goldsmith. They are coached by Barry Brewer.                                                                                                                          Courtesy photo

Spring soccer gets underway

Volunteer spring soccer coach TC Abron shows under 10 Oxford team player Garrison Roller the proper technique for passing the soccer ball with his foot. Under 10 Oxford team will play the Cal Blue team coached by Michael Moore next Saturday, May 9 at 10:15 a.m. Saturday if the weather is permitting at Coleman Park. See more Under 10 soccer schedules under youth sports tab at www.mySSnews.com. Fans are encouraged to submit youth sports photos on our website.
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UIL reverses ruling, regional track meets back on

The track athletes in the area who had been told the regional track meets were scrapped got good news Thursday.
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Small schools back on track, for regional

By this time, track and field coaches are busy pacing and biting their fingernails in hopes their track athletes will have what it takes to advance past the regional level. Well, the wait has finally come to an end, according to Thursday afternoon reports made by UIL.

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