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City Champs

The Darlings Hall Oil Drillers won the American League and city title. From left, front row, (honorary player) Calli Voorheese, Allie Price, KayKay Skaggs, Makenzie Morgan, Maddison Carrell and Brittani Horton. Second row, Valori Voorheese, Takara Miles, Jacie McKinney and Sadie Stroud. Standing in back, left to right, coaches, Chris Voorheese and Keith Stroud.                      Courtesy photo


C-P award winners

Seth Sturgill and Dianna Mejia received the Newcomer award for the Como-Pickton Cross Country team at the C-P All-Sports banquet held in early May.
Staff photo by Cindy Roller

Wildcats go 2-1 in 7-on-7 tourney

TYLER — The John Tyler Lions scored four second-half touchdowns to take a 40-32 come-from-behind win over Sulphur Springs in 7-on-7 action.

The loss, the only one in the tournament for the Wildcats, knocked them out of a possible berth in the semifinals as John Tyler advanced with a 3-0 record. The Wildcats will not be making a return trip to the state 7-on-7 finals in College Station this year.

"We should have won, we had chances, but we didn't," said Sulphur Springs offensive coordinator Jeff Riordan.


Fast Fitness

Students in the Sulphur Springs Edge fitness camps went throught workouts Tuesday at the high school practice fields. The camp continues through July 16.

Staff photo

The Running Aggie

COLLEGE STATION — Graham Northcutt loves running so much, he decided to spend part of his summer on the track.

While at Sulphur Springs he lettered four years and three times was the MVP of the cross country team and twice in track. He was a state runner-up in 2007 at the state meet in the 1,600-meter. Twice during his senior year he claimed  district titles, winning both the 1,600 and 3,200-meter races.

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