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Yantis Tops Trenton -- Owls take home title and clean up for area play

COMMERCE — The Yantis Owls fans got their price of admission Tuesday night as they witnessed their blue and white team taking home the Class A Division I Bi-District title.
The bleached, blonde headed Owl team defeated the Trenton Tigers, 51-41, at Commerce High School.

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Wildcats win 3-0 over NL

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The Sulphur Springs Wildcats got a shutout Tuesday, downing North Lamar 3-0 in action played at Gerald Prim Stadium.
“I thought the guys played well. They played hard and had some intensity about them.  I think they knew the importance of the game and they rose to the challenge,” said SS head boys soccer coach Andy Holt. “We had several opportunities in the first half and finally got one in.”
In the final 37 seconds, Bailey Booher played a set kick into the box, and Rodrigo Larios was there to finish.

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SS girls sweep two softball tilts

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The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats took two home softball wins in Tuesday competition.
The Lady Cats went batty in the opening game with their bats pounding 16 hits as they ripped Lindale, 12-2.
Kaci Kennedy pitched a complete game for the win. The Sulphur Springs hurler had five innings on the mound, allowing two hits, two runs, two walks and fanning eight.

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Bears fall to Ector in playoffs

PRAIRILAND — After a long 12-year wait, the Sulphur Bluff Bears miss out on a chance to continue their run in the basketball playoffs by just one bucket to the Ector Eagles Tuesday.  The matchup ended in Ector's favor, 74-72.
The Bears started the game with a nine-point deficit, but managed to close it to seven by the end of the first half. Both teams played equally offensively at 17-all in the third.

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North Hopkins edges Winnsboro in softball, 2-0

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NORTH HOPKINS - North Hopkins Lady Panthers downed Winnsboro Lady Raiders by a 2-0 score Tuesday. 
"Courtney Loper had our only hit--a double with two on base to score one run," said North Hopkins Lady Panther head softball coach Jim Westbrook. "Chrissy Hall made two scores."

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