TYLER – Whew, the sweating is over finally.
COOPER — This is the game they have been waiting for more than just all season. Cooper Bulldog football team has been looking forward to this moment since their last post season appearance in 2005. Tonight’s outcome will be Cooper Bulldog head football coach Ronnie Green’s four years of building a program.
It’s no longer a big deal to put up 500-600 yards and score more than 50 points.
Not when you are at Sulphur Springs running the NASCAR attack.
The 2010 Sulphur Springs Wildcats are averaging 42.9 points a game which is even more points after 10 games than the record-setting state championship 2008 team had.
Basketball action continues for both the Sulphur Springs boys and girls high school teams.
The Wildcats are on the road scrimmaging at Van Alstyne and Whitesboro with the junior varsity and varsity in action beginning at 6 p.m. today according head coach Braughn Curtis.