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Expect lots of scoring when Wildcats battle

Get your seat early because this matchup between the Wildcats of Sulphur Springs and the Wildcats of Whitehouse promises to be an offensive show.

That’s if the slick field doesn’t neutralize recent history.

Sulphur Springs is averaging 36.4 points per game in the last five football meetings with Whitehouse. During that span the maroon cats of Whitehouse are averaging 33.2 a game.

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Sub-varsity grid teams split games

Sulphur Springs teams split all sub-varsity games played Thursday night.

The ninth graders and junior varsity lost on the road. In eighth grade home action, playing on the soft grass field at Gerald Prim Stadium was very good for the young Wildcats as they took both ends in a doubleheader vs. Whitehouse.

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Wet weather, ratings doesn’t damper spirits of football teams

Most are hoping that this Friday the forecasters are right with the rain clouds parting just in time for the second week of non-district grid action.

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Saltillo runs well at CC meet

BLOOMBURG — Cross country runners from Saltillo did well in the recent meet held at the Atlanta City Park.

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Colliding ’Cats: Sulphur Springs preparing despite rain for homecoming against Whitehouse

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The Wildcats are so focused on getting a win over Whitehouse, the recent rainfall hasn’t even put a damper on the preparation.

Usually cats don’t like rain, but the Wildcats from both Whitehouse and Sulphur Springs will collide in the mud and maybe a raindrop or two Friday night at Gerald Prim Stadium.

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