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The Sulphur Springs softball girls finished the regular season with a 22-9 mark, 9-3 in district and co-champion in 13-4A.
The Lady Cats, lost a flip to Texas High and will be the No. 2 seed.
Sulphur Springs takes on No. 3 seed from District 14-4A, Kilgore in the bi-district playoffs.
Game 1- Kilgore at Sulphur Springs, 7 p.m.
Game 2 - Sulphur Springs at Kilgore, 6 p.m.
(Third game if needed immediately after second game).

The Sulphur Springs baseball teams conclude regular season play Friday against Hallsville.
The varsity will play at Hallsville at 6 p.m. while the junior varsity will play at home at 7 p.m.     also against Hallsville.
Sulphur Springs will be playing a team from 14-4A, possibly Whitehouse or Henderson. The playoff seeds have not been finalized.
Athletic banquet
The Sulphur Springs annual athletic banquet will be Monday at 6 p.m. in the Sulphur Springs High School cafeteria.
Tickets are $8 and the menu will include Big Smith’s barbecue.

Regional track
Regional track is May 1-2 with Ross Hicks, Bryant (Day Day) Jackson and Shane McQueen participating at the University of North Texas in Denton.

Gholson's triplicate at Classic Lanes beats odds

The Vegas odds makers would have hated to pay off on this one.
Dave Gholson, bowling in the Thursday Men’s Commercial at Classic Lanes on April 23, rolled a triplicate score – a relatively rare feat in league bowling – on lanes 5-6. Compounding the odds was that the three consecutive identical scores nailed his average to the pin.

More Damione Lewis camp photos

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Carolina Panther defensive tackle Damione Lewis gives a high-five to his pal and football camp participant, Somjai Pryor, son of Boys and Girls Club
executive director Ayanna Pryor Saturday.

See more Damione Lewis football camp photos on our website at http://www.mySSnews.com/photos

Staff photo by Cindy Roller

Mavs beat SS; stay in playoff race

The only good thing about Saturday’s 6-3 loss to Marshall is that it didn’t knock the Sulphur Springs Wildcats out of the playoff race.

The Mavs ruined Senior Day festivities at Eagle Stadium, but it was a win the visitors needed to stay in the hunt as they snapped a five-game losing streak with the decision over the Wildcats in 13-4A action.


C-P Eagles smash A-G Panthers

COMO — The Eagles finished up their season on a high note on senior night. With solid performances from seniors and clutch hits and plays from freshmen, the Como-Pickton Eagle baseball team came out ahead with a 6-5 victory over Alba-Golden. The win caps another impressive week for the team, that saw three one-run wins, all come-from-behind victories.

"It was a great game," said C-P head baseball coach Dustin Carr. "We came back twice to  tie it up. It was just unbelievable."
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