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Lady Cats drop opening matches; Sulphur Springs loses dual matches against North Lamar, Prairiland

It wasn’t the way you would draw up a season opener. But it was encouraging.

The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats fell to Prairiland and North Lamar in a dual volleyball match held at the Sulphur Springs High School gym.

Against Prairiland, the Lady Cats took a 25-22 win in the opening game before losing 21-25, 9-25, 23-25.


Time for football at C-P

The school, team, and coaches invite parents and community to the Eagle Football Kickoff from 1:30 p.m. until 3 p.m., Saturday,  Aug. 15, in the secondary cafeteria. C-P is hosting this event for the first time. Parents are asked to bring food for the pot luck meal. The varsity and JV players along with the Eagle coaching staff of the upcoming 2009 season will be introduced, and athletic handbooks and schedules will be dispersed. The C-P Eagles will travel to Pattonville to scrimmage the Patroits at 6 p.m.

C-P Lady Eagles sail into volleyball

Como-Pickton Lady Eagle Saxe Daugherty (8) returns the volleyball to the Tuesday morning opponent Mount Vernon Lady Tigers, looking on are her teammates. The 9, JV, and varsity Lady Eagles will host Quinlan Ford on Friday at 5:30 p.m.

Staff photo by Cindy Roller

Colby Pullen rolls 299 at Classic Lanes

Colby Pullen, a 17-year-old Sulphur Springs high student, came close to breaking the record for the youngest person to shoot 300 at Classic Lanes but just missed the mark by shooting 299.    


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