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Sulphur Springs players are selected

Sulphur Springs finished the football season at 10-4 in the fourth round of the playoffs. Several players received all-district football honors.

“This is another great honor for our kids,” said Sulphur Springs head football coach Greg Owens. “ This is one of, if not the toughest, district in the state – to be named to the all district team is a great accomplishment. We are proud of all of our kids and the dedication and hard work they put in to being the best they can be. I’m not sure where I got this but I believe it, and we sell this to our kids, ‘When the team is first, all the personal accolades will take care of themselves.’”


No soccer today

Macy Hurley, goalkeeper for the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats, practices in the cold Wednesday. The Lady Cats and Wildcats had all games scheduled for today canceled. The boys will play two games in Forney on Saturday; the girls have games scheduled in Mount Pleasant on Friday and Saturday in tournament competition.

Staff photo by Luis Noble

Cumby ’lifters compete Saturday

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Being indoors might be the best place to be this time of the year.

For powerlifters at Cumby inside the weight room may not necessarily be the most warm and toasty place to be, but they know if they want to achieve success it will require some work.

“We are very excited about this year's powerlifting season and team,” said Cumby head powerlifting coach Gary Parrish. “Our expectations for our athletes are very high, and we envision them being successful. We are please about the number of kids out and how very hard they are working. They know that 'Work Wins' and they have a chance to do something special this season. I believe we have several regional qualifiers and potentially some state qualifiers.”


No. 18 Lady Lobos down Lady Cats

The No. 18-state ranked Longview Lady Lobos rolled to an 81-44 win over Sulphur Springs Tuesday in 13-4A girls basketball action.

Sulphur Springs got 20 points and eight rebounds from Reagan Humphrey in a losing cause. Kayla Phillips added six rebounds.

Tiana Poole scored 18 points and teammates Klasshey Williams and Tiara Davis added 13 each as the Longview Lady Lobos took the win over Sulphur Springs.

The game was played at Sulphur Springs, but the Lady Lobos made themselves at home erupting for  a 21-8 lead after one quarter.


Wildcats lose district road game

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LONGVIEW— Turnovers continue to hamper the Sulphur Springs Wildcats basketball team.

Tuesday night on the road, Sulphur Springs had 35 miscues allowing the Lobos to cruise to a 72-39 win over the Wildcats in District 13-4A basketball action.

Sulphur Springs got 12 points from Kadarian Wright to earn high scoring honors.

For Longview, Luke Mack exploded for 26 points while LaDarrin Robinson had 17 points and seven rebounds; Aaron Johnson had seven rebounds, seven assists and six points.

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