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SS baseball teams in recent competition

All three Sulphur Springs baseball team were in action over the weekend.
The Sulphur Springs varsity took a 3-2 win over Garland in eight innings in the Mesquite tournament Friday.
Jake Dougan had a no-hitter through six innings. Mason Rawson pitched the final two innings to get the win. Colby Suggs had home run and Kolton Jones knocked in Grayson North with the winning run in the eighth frame.

C-P tracksters compete at Hawkins

HAWKINS – The Como-Pickton Eagle track team attended their second meet of the year Saturday in Hawkins. Only 10 boys made the trip with some competing in the varsity division and some in the JV division.  The varsity team finished in a tie for eighth overall with 22 points and the JV team finished up ninth with 17 points. 


Soccer game here tonight; Wildcats win

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The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats will take on Paris at home tonight with senior night to be observed.
Seniors to be honored include Brittney Lamphere, captain; Bonnie Grafton, captain and Jentri Broumley.

Sports in Brief

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.

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.
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