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Lady Cats go for series win tonight

Sulphur Springs head softball coach David Carrillo is anxious to get on with the playoffs.
After taking a 6-0 win over Kilgore in the first game Friday, he is ready for the second win before more springtime showers interupt the proceedings.
The second game is set today at Kilgore at 6 p.m. The best-of-three series is for the Class 4A Bi-District title.
Sulphur Springs at 23-9 was the co-championships of District 13-4A. Kilgore, a 16-15, took third in the District 14-4A race.

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Yantis linksters tee off at state golf tournament in Austin

Yantis golf competitors Amanda McKinney and Daniel Cerretani are at Austin competing at the Morris Williams Golf Course today and tomorrow for state golf tournament. The duo are coached by Michael Alphin.

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Sports in Brief

Regional Track Meets set

Sulphur Bluff, North Hopkins, Cumby, Yantis, and Miller Grove will be in the Region III-1A track meet that is scheduled for Friday, May 15-Saturday, May 16. The site has been move to Palestine ISD.

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Taylor-Made Victory, Lady Cat hurler fans six in three-hit shutout

Sulphur Springs takes 1-0 series lead

It was a shutout with sizzle.

Taylor Clifton threw a three-hit shutout, fanning six batters as Sulphur Springs downed the Kilgore Lady Dogs 6-0 in Game 1 of a best-of-three Bi-district Class 4A softball playofsf.

The large crowd at Lady Cat field at SSHS got to see Clifton throw a masterful game, especially considering the long lay-off. Clifton allowed just three base runners on the night and Kilgore never really had a threat to score. During the middle innings, Clifton retired 15 batters in a row on a variety of dipping and darting pitches, mixed in with a fastball. Five times she retired Kilgore in order.

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Bobcats beat Wildcats; but lose ruling

HALLSVILLE — The Bobcats bats were booming as they scored early and often taking a 12-8 win over Sulphur Springs Friday.

The District 13-4A baseball game  had been delayed since May 1 due to the UIL statewide swine flu outbreak ruling, turned out not to be the biggest news of the day for the Bobcats.

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