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Homecoming Thriller: Sulphur Springs rallies late to edge Whitehouse, 40-39

The hometown Wildcats staged a late comeback, scoring 13 points in the final seven minutes to take a 40-39 win over Whitehouse.

The packed house at Gerald Prim Stadium got to see a homecoming battle of Wildcats they will not likely forget for years.

Sulphur Springs quarterback Justin Owens threw for 201 yards, completing 15 of 29 passes for 201 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.

The running game was key late for the home team with Kendrick Daniels having his most productive night of the year with 21 carries for 175 yards. For the night the ground game was working behind strong blocking so they stayed with it — using 44 rushing plays compared to 29 passes.

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Wildcat Notes: Turnovers, penalties costly to Whitehouse Friday night

How does a team gain more than 600 yards of total offense and still lose a game? By committing five turnovers and being penalized 12 times.  That was the circumstances for Whitehouse on Friday when the maroon Wildcats lost to the Sulphur Springs Wildcats 40-39.

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Lady Cats drop district opener

The Texas High Lady Tigers took a 3-0 sweep of the District 13-4A volleyball opener here Friday night.

The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats lost by scores of 21-25, 16-25, 19-25.

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Trojans stopped by Wolves' ground game

WOLFE CITY — The homecoming celebration was almost dampened but not from rain. The Cumby Trojans came to town with a different game plan, and in the first half progress was made. In the second half the wheels fell off as the favored Wolfe City Wolves finished with a 33-10 win.

“We had a good half,” said a frustrated Cumby Trojan head football coach Ed Perez after the game. “We just couldn't keep it together and execute in the end.”

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Undefeated Bulldogs: Cooper runs over Mount Vernon, 41-27

MOUNT VERNON — The powerful running game of the Cooper Bulldogs was too much to contain with Mount Vernon falling, 41-27 here Friday night.

The Tigers had some claws of their own, staying in the game until late. The fate of Mount Vernon was finally sealed by two second half turnovers which Cooper turned into points.

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