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Rain causes scheduling problems

The recent rainfall in and around Sulphur Springs had a trickle down effect on baseball and softball games.

The rain caused wet conditions which left some fields muddy and slick.

The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats had their game with Mount Pleasant moved to Monday at 4 p.m. Senior players were to be honored during a special ceremony at the game. Seniors are Maurie Lewis, Mac Morgan, Baylee Speaker, JaMonica Hall and Taylor Clifton.


Tough Regional Meet --Person wins all-around title; Beasley, Ly compete in Colorado

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Three Sulphur Springs gymnasts competed at the Region 3, Level 8 Regional meet, with Chrissalynd Person earning all around honors with a 38.625 total.


North Hopkins, Como-Pickton athletes run in Meet of Champions

North Hopkins Panther long distance runners Ray Brown and Carlos Ruiz finish the 1,600-meter run.


Wildcats face MP, Marshall in back-to-back battles

For Sulphur Springs to continue to climb in the district standings they have to survive key games on back-to-back days.

Due to TAKS testing, Sulphur Springs hosts Mount Pleasant Friday at 7 p.m., then treks to Marshall for a 2 p.m. road game in 13-4A baseball competition.

Sulphur Springs head baseball coach Jerrod Hammack is sure his team can meet this challenge.


McDaniel receives LSC honor

Whitney McDaniel, a junior golfer at East Central (Okla.) University recently was named to the Lone Star Conference Commissioner’s honor roll for her academic achievements for 2009-10. In order to make the LSC list you might have a 3.30 GPA or better. McDaniel, of Sulphur Springs, is a kinesiology education major.

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