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Wildcats first at Lone Oak powerlifting event

LONE OAK — The Sulphur Springs high school powerlifting team took first place overall and won three weight divisions in the recent meet held here.

Team totals - 1. Sulphur Springs, 39; 2. Caddo Mills. 34; 3. Emory Rains, 22.

Justin Gunderson won the 123-pound division with a squat of 275, bench of 150, dead lift of 280 and total of 705.

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2010 Wildcats grid schedule (tentatively set)

The following is the tentative 2010 Sulphur Springs Wildcats football schedule released by Greg Owens, head coach.

Owens said the schedule would not become offical until Feb. 22.

Aug. 14, at Lindale (scrimmage), TBA

Aug. 20, Terrell (scrimmage), TBA.

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Baseball games on schedule

Thursday
Goodland Christian at C.H.E.S.S.
5 p.m.
Friday
Sulphur Springs Lady Cats,
Sulphur Springs Wildcats open
Lone Oak at Como-Pickton (Senior Night), JV, V, B, G, 4:30 p.m.
Cumby at Yantis, JV, V, B,G,
4:30 p.m.
Saltillo hosts Sulphur Bluff (Homecoming), VB, VG, 5 p.m.
Martin’s Mill at North Hopkins, JV,V, B,G, 5 p.m.
Miller Grove girls host Quinlan Boles, 6 p.m. followed by Fort Worth Zion at Miller Grove boys JV, V, B,G (Homecoming)
Cooper at Winnsboro, JV, V, B, G
4:30 p.m.

11 Wildcats sign college letters -- Record number of Sulphur Springs players to continue athletic careers in college

The overwhelming success of the Sulphur Springs athletic program continues to draw widespread notice leading to scholarships for outstanding athletes.

Wednesday morning on the national signing date, a total of 11 Wildcats signed national letters of intent to continue their playing days in college. Nine were in football with one each in track and baseball.

“This is incredible, I think it’s a new record for signings at one time.  This means so much to these players and their families. They can go to college and get an education and make friends that will last a lifetime,” said Sulphur Springs head football coach Greg Owens.

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Lady Cats roll to easy victory

Senior Night went exactly as planned for the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats. Three seniors were recognized before they played their final home game on Tuesday, then the Lady Cats topped it off with a 19-point victory over Texas High.

Seniors Ashanti Ivery and Kayla Phillips each scored 13 points, along with sophomore Reagan Humphrey, as the Lady Cats notched a 61-42 victory to sweep the two-game season series from the Lady Tigers.

Ivery, Phillips and Brazilian exchange student Julia Moreas were recognized before their final home game at Wildcat Gym. The win was the second in the last three games for the Lady Cats (3-8 in District 13-4A).

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