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SS championship
mugs on sale
Sulphur Springs state football championship mugs are on sale by Sulphur Springs athletes for  $12 each. 
Contact an athlete or email Coach Rodney Flowers at SSHS to place an order – they will be in at the end of April.
Interested persons can reach  Flowers at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
SS championship items to be
A special state championship Sulphur Springs Wildcats football jersey that has been autographed by all the players and coaches will be auctioned April 18 at Lone Star Dodge in Sulphur Springs from 11 a.m. -1 p.m. Many other items including autographed footballs will also be auctioned with the proceeds to benefit the Sulphur Springs athletic department.
Mac Morgan had two hits for the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats in the 7-1 loss at Pine Tree.
Morgan’s name was not listed Wednesday as one of the Lady Cats getting hits.
Damione Lewis
football camp
set April 25
Damione Lewis offers football camp for second year in a row
Boys ages 6-14 years are invited to participate in the free Damione Lewis 2nd Annual Football Camp April 25 from 9 a.m. -12 p.m.
Forms may be requested through The Boys and Girls Club.  The forms must be returned to The Boys and Girls Club, 411 College Street, Sulphur Springs,  75482, (903) 438-8404 by Monday, April 13.

Sulphur Springs Roots -- Former Wildcats match wits as opposing soccer coaches

The state class 4A soccer semifinals may be between Manfield Legacy and Mesquite Poteet, but Sulphur Springs will influence the outcome.

The Sulphur Springs roots run deep between the opposing coaches, each a former blue and gold Wildcat athlete and SSHS graduate.

While it might be Pirates vs. Broncos on Birkelback Field, Saturday at 4 p.m. in Georgetown, memories of playing for the Wildcats will be floating around  in the heads of Aaron Cottrell and Casey Osborn.


Wildcats nipped 3-2 in key district game

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It was a game decided by a lone hit.

One swing of an aluminum bat on a cool night at Eagle Stadium sent the home town Sulphur Springs Wildcats down in defeat 3-2 to Hallsville in a District 13-4A nail-biter.

Lady Cats drop road game, 7-1

HALLSVILLE — The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats were knocked off the high perch.

Sulphur Springs rolled into Hallsville alone in first place in the 13-4A softball race, two hours later they were knocked back into a tie.


Damione Lewis football camp set April 25

Boys ages 6-14 years are invited to participate in the free Damione Lewis 2nd Annual Football Camp Saturday, April 25 from 9 a.m. -12 p.m

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