Sulphur Springs hosted a middle school dual powerlifting meet with Lone Oak recently with 25 participants on each team.
It was a bad night to be an Atlanta Rabbit at Gerald Prim Stadium.
Quicker than you can say Elmer Fudd, the wascally rabbits were defeated 7-1 in the varsity soccer game by the Sulphur Springs Wildcats.
The Wildcats were a more seasoned and experienced group than the visitors from Atlanta who are only in their second year of playing organized high school soccer.
The goals for Sulphur Springs came early and often and to Atlanta much have seemed like they were going two-by-two.
The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats did something Tuesday they haven’t done this district season – notch a home victory.
The Lady Cats trailed just once – and that was the game’s opening bucket – on their way to a 45-27 victory over the Pine Tree Lady Pirates at Wildcat Gym.
Paced by a double-double of 19 points and 13 rebounds by sophomore Reagan Humphrey and nine points and seven rebounds by senior Kayla Phillips, the Lady Cats built a 10-point lead early in the second quarter and kept the double-digit advantage intact except for a brief flurry by Pine Tree that cut the lead to eight points early in the fourth quarter.