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Wildcats blank Royse City, 4-0

Sulphur Springs soccer teams sweep a pair of Tuesday night home games against Royse City.

The unusually warm weather at Gerald Prim Stadium was a nice backdrop to the game.

The varsity took a 4-0 win with Adrian Correa coming up with three goals while Jesus Arellano added one goal according to Wildcats head varsity soccer coach Andy Holt.

The varsity won 4-0 behind a hat trick of three goals by sophomore Adrian Correa with Jesus Arellano adding one.

“I thought we had a good showing. We played much better this time against Royse City than we did a couple of weeks ago and the results show that. Rodrigo Larios did a good job for us at sweeper helping to keep Royse City from scoring,” Holt said.


Cumby competes in powerlifting meet

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BROWNSBORO —The Cumby powerlifting teams competed Saturday  in Brownsboro.

The Cumby girls took ninth place in the event. The Cumby boys did not place in the event which featured 17 teams.

Those included Kemp, Crandall, Grapeland, Ferris, Nacogdoches, Palestine, Malakoff, Jacksonville, Athens, Crockett, Tyler Chapel Hill, Grand Saline, Emory Rains, Lone Oak, New Diana, Big Sandy and the host school. As a team, Kemp finished first in the meet for Region 3, Division 2.

In her weight class, Breanna Gay placed third with a squat of 250 pounds, 110 on the bench press and dead lifted 255 (totaling 615 points).


Upcoming hoop action


Sulphur Springs Lady Cats at Hallsville, 9th, V, 5 p.m.

Hallsville at Sulphur Springs Wildcats, 9th, JV, V, 5 p.m.

Como-Pickton at Grand Saline, JV, V, B, G, 4:30 p.m.

Cumby at Campbell, JV, V, B,G, 4:30 p.m.

Phoenix Charter at Sulphur Bluff, VB, VG, 5 p.m. (homecoming)

North Hopkins at Fruitvale, JV, V, B,G, 4:03 p.m.

Saltillo at Miller Grove, JV, V, B,G

C.H.E.S.S. at C.H.A.A.M.P. (Mount Pleasant)

Cooper at Caddo Mills, JV, V, B, G

Yantis at Boles, JV, V B, V, G, 4:30 p.m.

Wildcats fall late to surging Mavs

Just like a good race horse, the Marshall Mavericks pulled away down the home stretch to get the win.

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats fought, clawed and hustled to stay within striking distance at the half. But in the second half, it was the visitors who kicked their game into another gear.

Marshall outscored the hometown team 37-23 in the final half to take 72-49 final win in District 13-4A action.


Lady Cats lose to Marshall, again

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MARSHALL – The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats suffered déjà vu all over again on Tuesday.

For the second time in two meetings with the Marshall Lady Mavs, SSHS took a lead into the fourth quarter, but couldn’t finish off the victory.

The Lady Cats trailed for just 32 seconds for the first three quarters of the game, but Marshall outscored them 16-7 in the final period to take a 47-40 victory in District 13-4A action.

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