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Lady Trojans take win from Lady Owls

YANTIS — With lead scorer Breanna Gay the Cumby Lady Trojans came back from a one-point first quarter deficit to take a 44-32 win home from Yantis Friday night.

Gay scored 11 points, had eight rebounds, one block and a steal. Teammates Savanah Neal and Brittney Seely each netted eight while Neal snagged four steals from the Lady Owls of Yantis.


State champion signs

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Colbea Harris – Senior at Argyle High School, 2009 Class 3A Cross Country State Champion, and 3200 track State Champion, 2009 All State Basketball, and Basketball State finalist in 3A gets a hug from her grandmother, Ilene Harris of Sulphur Springs after signing a national letter of intent to continue her track and cross country career at Texas A&M University. Her parents are Debi and Steve Harris of Argyle; Grandparents – Ilene Harris  and the late Elmer Harris of Sulphur Springs. Steve Harris is a 1976 SSHS graduate of SSHS.

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SS Gymnastics hosting event Feb. 20-21

The Sulphur Springs Gymnastics will be hosting “America the Beautiful” Invitational on Feb. 20-21, but this year there will be a new twist.


12 Wildcats earn TSWA All-State honors

Another successful season for the Sulphur Springs Wildcats meant statewide recognition for members of the football team.

The Wildcats went four rounds deep in the playoffs, losing to Denison in the Texas 4A Division II Semifinals.

A total of 12 Wildcats were recognized on the 58th Annual Collin Street Bakery Texas Sports Writers Association All-State football team.

Named to the first team were soon to be Big 12 opponents Bryant Jackson and Kedrick Dial. Jackson made the team as a first team receiver and Dial at defensive end. Jackson will be playing for the Texas Longhorns and Dial for the Bears of Baylor University. Selected for the second team were offensive lineman Beau Carpenter, a signee of Texas Tech and junior kicker Fernando Arellano; University of North Texas signee, offensive lineman Mason Y’Barbo was a third team choice.


Saltillo sweeps Sulphur Bluff squads

SALTILLO — Friday night’s homecoming games would have made the late school superintendent Kerry W. Garmon proud.

All the Saltillo teams won over rival Sulphur Bluff on the night the new high school gym was dedicated in honor of the longtime educator who died in December.

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