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Wildcats, Lions scrimmage Saturday at Prim Stadium

Football season is literally right around the corner with scrimmages starting Saturday.

Fans who traveled with the Sulphur Springs team for all 16 weeks and the incredible run for the state title should have lots to cheer about this year.

Now wait a minute, this is just a scrimmage, I am not saying this team can or can’t go 14-2 and win state. I am just saying it will be interesting to watch everything develop and see how it shakes out.


Sulphur Springs’ Jackson on Super Team

Sulphur Springs standout Bryant (Day Day) Jackson, a 6-4, 175-pound  senior safety/defensive back who was listed on the Dave Campbell Texas football Super Team second team defensive squad.

He roams both sides of the ball and may even play special teams.

Jackson has been working out at receiver and returning punt.

His contributions on defense are well known. That’s why he’s already pledged to the University of Texas heading into his senior season.


Scrimmage Warm-Up

Senior Jeff Hendricks releases the football while Como-Pickton teammates and new offensive coordinator coach Conley Bland (left) and coach Roy Moody watch. On Saturday, the C-P Eagle Football Kickoff will be in the secondary cafeteria from 1:30-3 p.m. This will be when the players and coaching staff will be introduced along with a parents' meeting and pot luck meal.

Staff photo by Cindy Roller

‘You Got It?’

Sulphur Springs varsity players Kara Tomlinson (left) and Colette McDuff (8) try to come up with a ball hit between them at the net in recent home action. The Lady Cats play at Mount Vernon today at 2 p.m.
Staff photo by Luis Noble

Wildcats, Lions scrimmage Saturday

If you’re tired of watching highlights and are ready for some live football, then Gerald Prim Stadium will be the location Saturday for the opening  gridiron action of 2009.

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