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Wildcats’ Jace Jackson Under Prime Time Lights; Sulphur Springs receiver on UT gridiron in THSCA All-Star football game Tuesday

AUSTIN — A Sulphur Springs receiver could have a starring role on the only football game in town.
Jace Jackson, the record-setting receiver for Sulphur Springs, will be in the prime time lights near the shadow of the state capitol.
The Texas High School School Coaches Association football game will be played Tuesday at the Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. The South team will be coached by Gary Joseph of Katy High School, and the North will be coached by Mickey Owens of Monahans High School.


Bringing home second in Dixie State

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The Sulphur Springs 13-year-old all-star team recently took second place in the Dixie State baseball tournament in Kilgore. Members are, from left, kneeling on the front row, Mason Moore, Damion Shields, Kevin Meza, Hunter Elliott, Bradley

Jeffrey and Cody Box. Back row: Scott Milsap, Brian McClure, Trevor McClure, Blake Adams, Brad Macek, Sam Hammons, Jessie Williams and head coach Jeff Box. A total of 10 teams competed in the event with Sulphur Springs winning over

Marshall, Liberty and East Montgomery Co. and losing twice to Texarkana.

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Yantis basketball camp July 20-23

YANTIS — Yantis will be offering a basketball camp for boys and girls in grades first through ninth on Monday, July 20-Thursday, July 23.
There will be three sessions. Grades first through third will be 8 a.m.-10:15 a.m. for fun and games. Grades fourth-sixth will be from 10:30 a.m.-noon in getting ready for Lil' Dribblers.


Fall soccer registration underway

Sulphur Springs Soccer has set the fall season dates. The season will begin Sept. 5 and end Nov. 14 (these dates are tentive).

Registration has started for the Fall 2009 season and has been extended through July 25 at Fieldhouse Sports.


Wildcats, Lady Cats going undercover -- Batting cages are now usable all year by athletes

If you cover it, they will use it more.

Or something like that to paraphrase a famous baseball movie.

Adding a roof may seem like a simple idea, but covering the baseball and softball batting cages opens up a world of possibilities.

Nothing makes you appreciate a good roof over your head like 100-degree temperatures.

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