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SS Games moved to MP

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Just think of it as a home game on the road.

Sulphur Springs will be on the road for their final home varsity football game.

The football game originally set for Gerald Prim Stadium has been moved to Sam Parker Field in Mount Pleasant.

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Lady Cats lose varsity finale

The playoff-bound Longview Lady Lobos defeated Sulphur Springs in varsity volleyball action Tuesday night.

The large Parent’s Night crowd at the SSHS gym saw Longview win the match in three straight games.

The Lady Lobos won 25-3, 25-13, 25-17 as they advanced their record to 29-10, 7-5 in district. Longview will play Texas High Saturday in Texarkana to determine third and fourth places in the district.

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Lady Trojans claim district championship

FRUITVALE—Sailing through district undefeated, the Cumby Lady Trojans (27-5, 12-0) are the District 18-1A champions.

With the scoring power led by Savannah Neal with 14 points, the Lady Trojans' victory over Fruitvale in three games: 25-15, 25-9, and 25-22.

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North Hopkins dominates district C-C event

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COOPER LAKE — Monday’s weather wasn’t fit for man or beast, but the race was still on.
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Sports Briefs

Volleyball tonight

The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats close out the season tonight at home against Longview.

The freshmen and JV start at 5 p.m. followed by the varsity at 6 p.m. Senior Night will be observed at the SSHS gym.

Thursday games moved

The Sulphur Springs eighth grade games originally set for Gerald Prim Stadium have been moved to Mount Pleasant.

Gerald Prim Stadium could not be used due to field conditions.

The eighth grade will play three games beginning at 5 p.m. at Sam Parker Field in Mount Pleasant.

District C-C

moved to MP

Sulphur Springs cross country coach Andy Holt reported that the District 13-4A race set Thursday has been moved to Mount Pleasant.

The event switched to Mount Pleasant due to the Hallsville course being under water.

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