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Scrum Time: Schedule set for Saturday’s scrimmage against Lindale

A day after the Sulphur Srings Wildcats went through a live, full contact intrasquad scrimmage, head coach Greg Owens announced the schedule for Saturday morning’s opening scrimmage against Lindale.

The scrimmage, which was originally set to be played in Lindale, has been moved to Gerald Prim Stadium because renovations to the Eagles’ playing surface have not been completed.

“Their field was not completed. It was not ready, so we are having it here,” he explained.

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Boys & Girls Club to host softball tourney

The public is invited to join the Boys & Girls Club of Hopkins County for a softball tournament on Saturday, Aug. 14 at Coleman Park Softball Field. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the cost per team is $130. There will be trophies for first place and certificates for second and third places. For all rules,  regulations or questions call Ayana Pryor or DaMarcus Johnson at 903-438-8404. All forms and checks need to be made payable to Boys & Girls Club of Hopkins County and may be dropped off at the club or Fieldhouse Sports on or before Aug. 12.

SS Volleyball

The Sulphur Springs volleyball teams have games coming up both home and away.

The varsity Lady Cats, 0-2 for the year, will play their home opener Friday at 2 p.m. against Pine Tree.

The Sulphur Springs ninth grade and junior varsity will be playing in TVVOA tournament in Eustace Thursday and Saturday.

In Friday sub-varsity games at home against Mount Vernon include tilts at 3, 4:30, 6 p.m.

Kickball tourney set for Sept. 4

Co-ed Double Elimination Kickball Tournament, presented by Birdwell Athletics LLC, for people 18 years and up, begins at 8 a.m. on Sept. 4 at Coleman Park.

For more information and registration forms, contact Charissa White at 903-474-3419 or Tori Parpart at  903- 274-6491.

SS Net Improvements: Coach Lovett says tennis team has more overall talent this season

Sulphur Springs tennis coach James Lovett expects more wins this year due to a well-balanced 2010 tennis team.

“We don’t have the one or two outstanding players like we did last year, but we have more depth top to bottom,” Lovett said. “Last year we lost some matches 8-11 because we did not have enough players to win matches. This year, I think we can be the team winning 11-8, we are that good all the way through our team.”

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