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Lady Lions take third in tournament
CELESTE — The Saltillo Lady Lions win third place in the Celeste tournament with a 8-4 score over Trenton Saturday.
The winning pitcher for Saltillo was Kirsten McLane. In her six innings she struck out seven opponents, allowed four runs and walks, and seven hits.
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Saltillo junior high girls’ team wins district title

SALTILLO — The Saltillo Junior High Lady Lions Basketball team completed another undefeated season.
This is the second year that this group of Lady Lions have went untouched compiling a win/loss record of 36–0 for the past two seasons.
The Lady Lions who pride themselves on the defensive end of the floor suffocated opponents holding teams to 11 points per game, forcing multiple turnovers that ignited their offensive attack torching the nets for 41 points per game. 
For Coach Garry Davison this is actually his third straight undefeated season at the junior high level pushing that winning streak to 54 – 0.
"This is a hard-working group of girls, they have only lost twice that I know of since starting Little Dribblers and the Hopkins County City League down in the third grade. They play year round and have great work ethics and the parent support is vital. I am expecting great things out of this group at the varsity level," coach Davison said.

Carrillo notches 200th win -- Sulphur Springs softball coach sets milestone at Frisco

When David Carrillo looks back at his softball coaching career he’s quick to thank others and not take credit.
That’s why it took assistant coach Eric Buck to reveal Carrillo’s latest milestone, not the head coach.
When the Lady Cats downed Lewisville, 10-1 Friday evening it was Carrillo’s 200th career win as a head softball coach.
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Lady Cats clinch soccer playoffs -- SS pops Princeton with a purpose

If Friday night’s game is an example of how determined the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats can play, then playoff opponents had better beware.
The Lady Cats dominated a good Princeton team Friday night at Gerald Prim Stadium taking a 4-0 win, clinching a playoff berth according soccer coach Joel Bailey.
“We played with a purpose tonight,” Bailey said with a contented smile following the game. “I told the girls before we started playing this game with Princeton how important it was, and we played like it. We sealed the deal.”
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Sulphur Bluff competes in track meet
PRAIRILAND — Sulphur Bluff competed here in recent track action.
Dylan Horn for the Sulphur Bluff varsity boys placed first in pole vault. In the 3,200-meter run, Everett Wilder was first, Zach Hope was third, and Ryan Watts was fourth. In the 800-meter run, Ken Wade placed fifth. In the 110-meter hurdles, Mintz placed fifth. In the 300 meter hurdles, Jacob Mintz placed sixth. In the 1,600-meter run, Wilder placed first, and Hope placed third. Watts came in sixth. The 1,600-meter relay team came in fifth. They are Ken Wade, Everett Wilder, Zach Hope, and Josh Formoso. Brittanie Andrews placed third in shot put and fourth in discus.
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