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Wildcats, Winnsboro playoffs set

Sulphur Springs (8-3) will be in the Class 4A Division II area playoffs Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Tiger Stadium in Corsicana as they take on Waco University (7-4).

The Wildcats are the visitors and Sulphur Springs fans should sit on the visitors side which is opposite the press box. The stadium has a seating capacity of 10,001.

Also in the playoffs are other 13-4A schools. Longview (10-1) which beat Whitehouse 52-9 will play Hewitt Midway (9-2)  at 2 p.m. Saturday in Dallas at Kincade Stadium; Texas High (7-3) edged Jacksonville, 22-20, the Tigers will face Waxahachie (11-0) at 2 p.m. Saturday at Royse City; Marshall (8-2) a 44-7 winner of Kilgore will take on Corsicana (6-5) at Tyler’s Rose Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Winnsboro (7-4) will be the home today when they play Godley at 7 p.m. Friday in the Class 2A playoffs in Midlothian.


SB JH girls win consolation at Yantis

YANTIS - Yantis hosted a tournament for junior high on Thursday, Nov. 12.

Teams participating including the host team, North Hopkins, Miller Grove, and Sulphur Bluff.  Sulphur Bluff girls coordinator Dee Ann Evans reported the scoring and that the Sulphur Bluff JH girls won the consolation trophy.

Sulphur Bluff will play tonight at Harts Bluff. There will be four games that begin at 4 p.m.


Sports in Brief

C.H.E.S.S. team takes win

The C.H.E.S.S. boys varsity basketball team took a 68-47 win over North City Christian Academy in recent competition.

Jake Darty led the winners with 22 points and 14 rebounds; Dustin South had 19 points, including three 3-pointers; Nick Gonzales had eight points.


Wildcat playoff information

Sulphur Springs will play Waco University in the Class 4A area playoffs Friday, Nov. 20 at Tiger Stadium at 7:30 p.m. in Corsicana. Sulphur Springs will be the visiting team.

Getting That Feeling Again -- Wildcats open playoff run clipping the Eagles’ wings

VAN — There’s bad news for all Class 4A football teams still in the playoffs.

Sulphur Springs is getting back into their winning ways. It’s not a full swagger yet, but it’s building.

The Wildcats took the first step toward defending their Class 4A Division II state title Friday night in Van, whipping Lindale 47-19 before a packed house.

Sulphur Springs, now 8-3, advances to play either Terrell or Waco University in the next round. The season ends for Lindale with a 14-4A district title and a 6-5 record.

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