Nothing like a total team win to make opening district a little sweeter.
While the lopsided 48-14 win over Denison is what people will notice, how it happened has the coaches smiling and players happy, but not content.
Statistics held tell the story for the Wildcats on offense, defense and special teams.
The Sulphur Springs Wildcats 10U team recently began the Fall and Winter Super Series Season. On Aug. 29, the team played in the Plano Tournament, taking second place with a record of 4-1. The Wildcats won the championship game, claiming first place in the Wills Point Tournament, on Sept. 12, finishing with a tournament record of 3-1. Team members pictured include (front row) Connor Burgin, Dawson Sears, and Jamal Hobson-Cox; (middle row) Pacen Edwards, Dawson Draper, Bryce McQueen, Jase Thompson, Keaston Willis, and Kaden Argenbright, (back row) coaches, Keith Edwards, Corey Burgin, Dwayne Sears, Jason Thompson, Dean Draper and Chad Argenbright. Not pictured is team member Dean Draper.
The Sulphur Springs Wildcats scored early and often to win their fourth game of the year, whipping Denison 48-14 here Friday night.
The District 13-4A opener was taken by Sulphur Springs in a game with very little suspense. The Wildcats recorded a workmanlike win, doing what they had to do to go 1-0 in district.