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Suggs going to ‘Hog Heaven’

Sulphur Springs pitcher Colby Suggs is living the dream.

As a small lad he grew up dreaming of one day playing baseball for the Razorbacks.

Now as a 6-foot, 220-pound senior, he signed to play for his beloved Arkansas as the Wildcat hurler inked a national letter of intent to attend the SEC school on a baseball scholarship.

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All-District 13-4A Volleyball Selections from SS

All-district 13-4A selections in volleyball from the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats are from left, front row, Alex McGahee, Hannah McCampbell honorable mention sophomores; senior Maurie Lewis, first team; Gracie Cable, sophomore, honorable mention; Victoria Calhoun, sophomore, second team. Back row, Alissa Doughtie, sophomore and Samantha Scott, junior, honorable mention; T’Kea Johnson, junior, second team and Ashley Wilburn, junior, honorable mention. The varsity team was coached by Brandi Small.

Staff photo by Luis Noble

Sports in Brief

Saltillo 75, Jefferson 20

The Lady Lions got 21 points from Victoria Stretcher and 16 for Brooke Lane as they rolled to a 75-20 win Tuesday over Jefferson.

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Lady Cats drop hoop opener

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The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats were hot and cold in their season basketball opener.

At times the Lady Cats were blistering the net from 3-point territory. Other times the visiting Lady Lions were in command.

When the smoke cleared it was Greenville taking a 46-39 win over Sulphur Springs in the season opener for the Lady Cats.

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Playoff run over for Cumby Lady Trojans

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GRAND SALINE – Those salty tears stung. The Cumby Lady Trojans saw their hopes at advancing turned over to the Overton Lady Mustangs Tuesday night.

It took four tightly fought games before a winner was declared with final results of 25-15, 19-25, 25-21, and 25-21. Cumby came out in the second game to take the early lead and held it in their only success of the night.

“Our immaturity and youth showed,”  said Cumby Lady Trojan head volleyball coach Shelley Jones. “We got down in the first game and couldn’t recover. It was like a deer in the headlights reaction. It was just a different atmosphere.”

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