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Picking Up A Win -- Interceptions spark SS Wildcats to 26-15 road victory

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WICHITA FALLS — A pick six is a thing of beauty. Especially if it seals the game.

For the second time in as many weeks the Sulphur Springs defense ignited a second half comeback win. In three games, the No. 10-state ranked Wildcats have outscored opponents, 27-0 in the key fourth period.

The ball-hawking Wildcats got second half interceptions from Sharard Timmons, Seth Harris and Keiston Clayton as Sulphur Springs took a 26-15 win over Wichita Falls Rider Friday night at Memorial Stadium. Harris scored on his interception for Sulphur Springs.


Game with Rider still has drama this year

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WICHITA FALLS – This year’s version of the Sulphur Springs-Wichita Falls Rider match-up didn’t have the same national audience as last year’s ESPN2 version, but it had the same drama.


Tigers rain down on Eagles, 51-9

COMO – The night belonged to the leading Eagle scorer—sophomore Trevor Cagle with eight points. Soaked to the core, the Eagles marched off Ron Heflin Field Friday night with a loss to the Leonard Tigers 51-9.


Mount Vernon defeats Cooper

MOUNT VERNON — The winning continued for the purple Tigers as they edged Cooper’s Bulldogs, 24-21 in the rain Friday night.


Cumby routs Detroit, 31-8

DETROIT — It was only fitting and proper that the players' colors that adorned the field were maroon, white, and blue under the red, white, and blue of Old Glory standing firmly at half-mast. As the announcer asked the fans, players, officials, coaches and all others involved to pause in remembrance the lives lost and the events of 9/11.

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