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More than 100 attend grid camp

The Sulphur Springs Wildcat and freshman football camps were recently held, ending Thursday at the high school practice fields at the James Cameron Memorial Athletic Complex.

Awards were presented to both groups to team and individuals.


Lady Cat volleyball campers

Sulphur Springs volleyball campers are from left, kneeling on the front row, Sammie Nguyen, Maurie Lewis, Lauren Humphries, Meagan McCullough and Cassidy Luna. Back row, Elizabeth Shadwell, Kaylee Anderson, Aundrea Clark, Brittany Thrush, Toni Cody, Harlee Schulz and Ragan Williamson. Not pictured - Bailee Coleman and Jaci Peterson.

Prim reserve parking space for sale by booster club

The Wildcat Athletic Booster Club will be selling the 16 reserve parking spots they have at Gerald Prim football stadium beginning Monday.

Colby Suggs now in ‘Hog Heaven’

Sulphur Springs pitcher/infielder Colby Suggs has had a whirlwind summer.

After the Wildcats baseball season ended back in the spring, Suggs wanted to get into more action. By playing in special summer events he was scouted by college coaches and got the chance of a lifetime.

Suggs agreed Tuesday to play baseball for the University of Arkansas. The verbal commitment will be followed later, Suggs said, by a letter of intent to attend the Fayetteville, Ark., university.


Landers earns third place in Bullard event

Earning medals in the NTPGA Tournament for the boys 12-13 year division concluding Tuesday at Oak Hurst Golf Course in Bullard were (from left) Andrew Bloch of Tyler (first), William Blaine Hale Jr. of Dallas (second) and Garrett Landers of Sulphur Springs (third). Landers had scores of 86-84-170, +28.
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