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Fundraiser set for team

A $5 hot dog lunch sale is set 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Spring Village Shopping Center for the 12 U Sulphur Springs All-Star Wildcats to help fund their upcoming trip to the state tournament in Nacogdoches, July 10-14. Members of the team are from left, (front row) Zachary Haywood, Nathan Mabry, Brennan Green, Kaden Moore, Derek Lamb and Ryan Ferguson, (second row) Austin Kager, Dylan Reed, Nolan White, Matthew Calhoun, Logan Merrell, Caleb Lewis and Ricky Alvarez, (back row) coaches David White, Mike Ferguson and Danny Haywood.

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Wildcats competing in lineman challenge

Several Sulphur Springs athletes will participate in the Wednesday Texas Linemen Challenge in Forney.

Coach William Blaylock said athletes taking part include: Chris Sorley, Chad Evans, Tyler Halerumal, Reese Harred, Ethan Boatman, Forrest Jeter, Tre’von Roy, Dylan “Taz” Owley and Antone Milton.


Sulphur Bluff plans upcoming summer camps

The school is planning several mini camps including volleyball July 19-20, baseball July 19-20 and softball July 21-22. Each player must bring his or her glove, cleats/shoes, kneepads, clothes and/or bat.


Jason Keller hits 300; seven men shoot nine 700s in Classic Lanes action

Jason Keller tossed a perfect game and an 831 series on Thursday.

Seven other men shot 700s: Anthony Sweat tossed a 765 on Tuesday and a 741on Sunday; Shayne Wilson fired a 751 on Tuesday and a 701 on Thursday. This trio was followed by Donald Davis’s 767, Steve Merten’s 750, Alan Hague and Darreyl Dixon’s duplicate 729s and Jason Parmer’s 726. Deana Hale was the week’s top lady bowler with a 653, followed by Kathleen Brown’s 625, both shot on Tuesday, and Amy Sharp’s 609 from Sunday. Mitchell Deyong was the week’s top young bowler, booking a 552  on Tuesday.


Cooking up a Sweet Deal -- Cumby’s all-around athlete Timmy Cook signs with McMurry

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Staying true to his former high school colors, 2010 Cumby graduate Timmy Cook has again chosen to sport  maroon and white, officially signing a $6,000 baseball scholarship to McMurry University in Abilene.

“Many have been given chances but this is the first time in my 10 years at Cumby that a baseball player has capitalized on an offer,” Cumby Trojan head baseball coach Scott Mabe said Friday afternoon, noting there is a good chance Cook could start playing immediately. “He is a good fit, and I know Timmy will make us proud.”

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