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Saltillo teams advance to tournament finals

SALTILLO — The Saltillo tournament continues for the final day of action today at the Kerry W. Garmon gymnasium. Playing for the championship prize for the girls bracket will be Saltillo against Rivercrest at 6 p.m. and for the boys, Saltillo against Avery at 7:30 p.m.


Area Basketball Roundup

Cumby Trojans even record with loss

WOLFE CITY — The Cumby Trojans lost their first game to the hosting Wolfe City Wolves, 48-36.


Karate winners

Students from Lawson Kenpo Karate attended the DFW Karate tournament in Fort Worth. From left, Peter Feijen of Saltillo won second in weapons, third in sparring; Chase Williams of Sulphur Springs, first in sparring, second in kata, first in weapons and instructor Donald Lawson Jr.

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Balanced Wildcats face Bastrop

It’s a balanced attack vs. a one-man show when Sulphur Springs and Bastrop collide tonight.

The Class 4A, Division II game will feature an overall team concept used by the Sulphur Springs squad against the Josiah Monroe show for Bastrop.


Jones, No. 5 Lone Oak halt Cooper’s playoff run

COMMERCE — The Cooper Bulldogs run in the postseason came to an early and abrupt stop as they suffered a 34-7 loss at the agile hands of Cooper Jones and the state-ranked Lone Oak Buffaloes in the area football playoff contest Thursday at Memorial Stadium at Texas A&M-Commerce.

Jones chalked up 198 yards of passing completing 15 of 27 attempts with one interception and three touchdowns while rushing for 64 yards on 11 carries and a score. With Jones as the Buffalo quarterback, Lone Oak outmatched Cooper in total offensive yardage 426 to 180.

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