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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.


Wildcats beat Royse City, 4-0

Sulphur Springs senior varsity soccer player Alejandro Nunez (1) moves the ball away from a Royse City defender while teammate Brad Worsham (22) looks on. The Wildcats beat Royse City Tuesday night 4-0 at Gerald Prim Stadium.

Staff photo by Luis Noble

Lady Cats win road soccer tilt

TEXARKANA — The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats took a 3-0 road win over Pleasant Grove in Tuesday soccer action.

Lucy Lara and Diana Sanchez each had one goal and one assist in the victory for Sulphur Springs.


Area Basketball Game Results

Cooper wins by three over C-P

COMO — The Cooper Bulldogettes took a three-point win over the hosting Como-Pickton Lady Eagles, 35-32.

The two teams battled it out on the hardwoods Tuesday night with an 18-all tie at the break.

After halftime, both teams continued to remain close with Cooper's four points and Como-Pickton's three.

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