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SS Seventh grade girls win top prize at meet

GRAND SALINE —The Sulphur Springs seventh grade girls track team took a big win with 204.5 points at Grand Saline's Salt Capital Relays Thursday. Desi Debase took first place in five events. The meet was rescheduled for Thursday due to the weather conditions on Monday.

Mineola was second with 100 points and third was Edgewood 73.5.


C-P JH Eagles post track results at Salt Capital Relays

C-P Eagle eighth grade track team

competes at Grand Saline

GRAND SALINE — The Como-Pickton Eagle eighth grade track team posted results from the meet at Grand Saline’s Salt Capital Relays on Tuesday. The seventh grade meet has been rescheduled due to the weather on Monday. There were 12 schools attending including several 3A and 4A schools.


Sulphur Springs golfers win event

The Lady Cats golf team won  first place in tournament action at Oakmont
Country  Club with a nine-hole total of 150. From left, names and scores:
Kirstie Wallace, 51; Danielle Johnson, 49; Kaylee Perry, 53; Miranda Conway, 50;
Victoria Chapman, 54.

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Undefeated Stealers

The Sulphur Springs girls third and fourth grade basketball team went undefeated and won first place in the basketball tournament to end their season, 9-0. Pictured from left (front row) Autumn Tanton, Kelsey Wallace, Maddie Millsap, (second row) Karlee Adams, Abbi Baier, Makenna Kager, Allie Avery and Coaches Amy Tanton and Bryan Burney.

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C.H.E.S.S. teams post end of season results

WAXAHACHIE — The C.H.E.S.S. basketball teams recently competed at the T-CAL state tournament in Waxahachie. Coach Donnie South reported results.

The C.H.E.S.S. Lady Knights were eliminated in the first round by Red River Home school, with a score of 44-26.

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