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North Hopkins meet draws 600 runners from 29 schools

BIRTHRIGHT — The weather was warm and toasty, but it did not deter the enthusiasm of some 600 runners who competed Thursday in the North Hopkins Invitational Cross Country Meet.

North Hopkins coach Richard Akerhielm said 29 schools were represented with racers competing in varsity, junior varsity and junior high, boys and girls divisions.


Second place winners

The SSFC Lady Cats, a local U14 soccer team, finished second in the Quickfoot Tournament of Champions soccer tournament in Forney.  Team members are Julie Hawkins, Bailie Modesit, Kaitlin Maddox, Grace Grafton, Kinzi Irving, Madison Ramirez and Coach Jimmy Green.

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Wildcats vs. Wildcats II: Sulphur Springs is homecoming foe for Paris on Friday

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For the second week in a row, a Wildcat team is guaranteed to win on Friday night.

Both Sulphur Springs and Paris share the Wildcat mascot and a lot of yelling for Wildcats will be heard in the stands.

Sulphur Springs head coach Greg Owens is trying to keep the game at Paris in perspective and not get involved in the hoopla.


Homecoming showdown Friday: Longtime foes Winnsboro and Mount Vernon renew old rivalry

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Will it be a homecoming to remember or will it fall to the hands of a rival?

That’s the question running through the minds of the Winnsboro Red Raider team this week.


Area Sports Briefs

Lady Hornets knock off the Lady Bears

For the Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears the third time isn't charmed.

It was the third time they had faced the Dodd City Lady Hornets in non-district play and for the third time the Lady Hornets won in three games. Finals were 10-25, 16-25, 16-25.

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