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The Wildcat Speakers

Winning a state championship really opens doors all over Texas.

Members of the Sulphur Springs football coaching staff have spent a good portion of the off-season traveling the state telling how it was done.

Wildcat head coach Greg Owens presents the entire picture of how the third place team in District 13-4A got on a roll and finished 14-2 and a state title.

At these speaking engagements, Jeff Riordan offensive coordinator tells about the screen game and the NASCAR offense. Defensive coordinator Matt Young tells about how to stop the run and other facets of the Wildcat defense.

So far the coaches have spoken at the Nike Coach of the Year clinic, the DFW coaches clinic, the Gilmer Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the University of Texas clinic, West Texas clinic in Lubbock and later they will go back to Lubbock for a clinic at Texas Tech.


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The Sulphur Springs soccer girls lost 4-1 in Saturday action at North Lamar.  The gave North Lamar the title of District 20-4A  champions.

The Lady Cats are still a playoff team and earned a first round bye.

SSHS head girls soccer coach Joel Bailey said the team will not play until March 23 or 24 against a team to be determined later.


Area Event Schedule

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Como-Pickton Lady Eagles host Winnsboro Tuesday, Mar. 17 at 6:30 p.m.
Como-Pickton Lady Eagles host Caddo Mills Friday, Mar. 20 at 6:30 p.m.
Como-Pickton Lady Eagles travel to Quitman Tuesday, Mar. 24 at 6:30 p.m.
Como-Pickton Lady Eagles host Lone Oak Friday, Mar. 27 at 6:30 p.m.
Cumby Lady Trojans will not be competing in Sulphur Springs Softball Tournament Mar. 26-28
Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears host Saltillo Friday, Mar. 20 at 5 p.m.

Jump Rope for Heart

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Como-Pickton first grader Issabella Roller jumps rope for heart during the recent fundraiser at the elementary school. The school was very proud of the donations raised that will go to fund research to fight heart disease and stroke.
Photo courtesy of Saundrea Monk

City champions

The NET Data Cavaliers recently won the City Championship for the third-fourth grade boys.  The team finished a perfect 12-0, winning the championship game 41-26 over Alliance Bank.  Team members are front row, from left: Joe Forshee, Dusty Merrell, Ivan Clayton, J’Quitan Casaway.  Back row: Coach Tory Humphries, Joshua Thompson, Ryan Humphries, Simeon Taylor, Dominque Berry and Coach Curtis Clayton.

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