Tuesday Night Mixed League this week at Classic Lanes produced the biggest scores and the most action between a near-perfect game from sharp-shooter Tarry Davison, to five of the top women bowlers firing 600 series.
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After taking softball by storm in Sulphur Springs, Maurie Lewis is taking her catchering gear and going to Arkansas.
The All-District 13-4A performer for the Lady Cats, Lewis signed Friday to play softball at Arkansas Tech in Russellville.
This development for the smiling slugger with a rifle arm is no surprise to anyone who has seen her play, even once.
Her select team coach, Kyle Strickland of Princeton, said he personally called coaches on the behalf of Lewis.
ROUND ROCK — Cross-Country fans and runners converged at Old Settler’s Park in Round Rock Saturday morning for the state event. The North Hopkins boys cross-country team came home with a fifth place overall finish.
Cumby dominated the selections released on the All-District 18-1A volleyball team.
The Lady Trojans won first place in the district, but fell in regional quarterfinals after winning area.
Those include: Most Valuable Player –Savanah Neal, Cumby, Jr.; Offensive Player of the Year – Laura Oviedo, Cumby, Jr.; Co-Defensive Player of the Year – Kailee Sartin, Cumby, Jr. and Courtney Loper, North Hopkins, Sr.; Libero of the Year-Adriana Sanchez, North Hopkins, Jr.; Setter of the Year - Shayelynn Emerick, Miller Grove, Sr.; and Newcomer of the Year - Ty Abdo, Boles, Soph.
The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats fell victim to a prolonged first-half cold spell on Saturday, and that was enough to spell a loss to the Farmersville Lady Farmers.
The Lady Cats, in their second basketball game of the season, went more than 11 minutes in the first half – including the entire second quarter – without a field goal in a 44-28 loss to Farmersville at Wildcat Gym.