Shayne Wilson produced this week's top series, a 771, on Sunday, and paired that with a 728 set on Thursday, to claim two of this week's dozen.
ENNIS — Sulphur Springs saw their three-game winning streak end Saturday evening with a 13-8 loss to Red Oak.
The championship game of the Ennis Baseball Booster Club tournament was a game overflowing with offense with the teams combining for 21 runs and 24 hits. What made the difference was errors.
GILMER — Teams from Sulphur Springs competed Friday in the Gilmer Buckeye Relays taking second place in the boys varsity division and third in girls competition.
You have to get up early and stay late to keep up with an athletic trainer.
Tammy Carrell and the student athletic trainers work long hours to do their jobs.
“We treat the athletes and get them back in the game,” Carrell said. “We’re health care professionals and we have been complimented for our abilities by other coaches and athletic trainers. The athletic trainers work hard, and it is work it.”
The Sulphur Springs athletic department is taking time from the busy schedule of spring sports to observe Athletic Trainer Appreciation Month.
ENNIS – What a difference a week makes.
In the Mesquite tournament the Sulphur Springs Wildcats fell to the Lions 7-4. A week later, this time on Ennis’ home field, the Wildcats took a 9-1 win.
“This was a much better game. We did not play well the first time we met Ennis and we wanted to improve on that and we did,” Sulphur Springs head baseball coach Jerrod Hammack said.