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Coming Out Of The Cold: Wildcats take practice indoors at Royse City

ROYSE CITY— It wasn’t a hard decision at all.

The Wildcats could brave a howling icy wind and chill factor temperatures in the 30s out on a saturated field, or go indoors.

Royse City offered their indoor multi-purpose facility and Sulphur Springs used it for several hours Wednesday evening.

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Former NH player gets honor at Austin College

SHERMAN — Austin College women’s basketball player Katy Williams has been named the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week for games played  Nov. 22- 29, the league office has announced.

Williams, a senior post, had a strong weekend as the ’Roos split with Otterbein and LaGrange at the Southwestern Thanksgiving Tournament, averaging 16.5 points on 15-of-25 shooting and adding 14.5 rebounds per game.  Williams had 14 points and 12 boards against Otterbein and followed that effort with 19 points and 17 rebounds against LaGrange.

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Tourney action begins today at Miller Grove

Cumby Trojan starter Donnie Rodriquez (10) looks for a pass path against the defending Como-Pickton Eagle Andre Smith (4). Cumby will be participating in the Miller Grove tournament today through Saturday. The Trojans will play the winner of Miller Grove/Savoy game at 7:30 p.m. while the Lady Trojans play the winner of Mineola/Royse City JV at 3 p.m.

Staff photo by Cindy Roller

Denison, Sulphur Springs meet in playoff rematch

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Just like last year, it is Sulphur Springs vs. Denison in the Class 4A playoffs.

This time the Wildcats and Yellow Jackets meet at 2 p.m. Saturday in the regional finals of the Class 4A, Division II football playoffs at SMU’s Ford Stadium in Dallas.

Denison went down 42-21 in the playoffs in 2008 to a spirited Sulphur Springs team. The Yellow Jackets were favored by three before the game.

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Lady Cats drop 50-42 tilt

The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats keep getting close to notching their first win of the basketball season, but it is still being elusive.

Tuesday night, the Lady Cats trailed the North Forney Lady Falcons by two points with about 5 1/2 minutes to play, but North Forney went on a 12-3 run to put some distance between the two teams en route to a 50-42 victory.

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