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Wildcats tame Lions, 6-2; Sulphur Springs sweeps Henderson in bi-district playoffs

LONGVIEW  – Patience paid off for the Wildcats.

Sulphur Springs broke open a 2-all game with four two-out runs in the seventh inning, taking a 6-2 win over Henderson to win the Class 4A bi-district baseball playoff series.

The second game was played at Longview High School Friday night. The Wildcats won the opener of the series Thursday night in Tyler, 4-0.


Trojan season shortened with final loss to Pirates

MOUNT PLEASANT — It was not easy to watch as the Cumby Trojans left the diamond with a 7-4 playoff loss to the James Bowie Pirates Friday night in Mount Pleasant.

“The kids played hard just like I knew they would,” said Cumby head baseball coach Scott Mabe after the game. “We had a few chances but just couldn't make it happen. It was a good season.”


7-on-7 games begin Thursday

The Sulphur Springs 7-on-7 football program will be starting soon.

The schedule of games is as follows with four teams participating for Sulphur Springs:


Saltillo Lady Lions play today in Paris

The Saltillo Lady Lions will play the second game of their best-of-three Class 1A softball playoffs Saturday at 5 p.m. against Dodd City at North Lamar High School in Paris.


Three Tiny Tigers

Three “Tiny Tigers” from the Sulphur Springs ATA (American Tae Kwon Do Association) Black Belt Academy, participated and won metals at the "Texas Impact Tournament" in Forney, Texas on April 17. They are from left, Cara Lynn Wileman, a Yellow Belt; Kaden Reid, a Yellow Belt and Kyden Gadbury an Orange Belt. The "Tiny Tigers" are instructed by Daron and Melissa Bilyeu.                         Submitted photo

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