WILLS POINT — Wright was right on this night.
Kadarian “Bubba” Wright only made one bucket for the Sulphur Springs Wildcats Thursday night, but it was the game-winner as they edged Trinity Christian Academy, 44-42.
The game was the opening game of the Wills Point State Farm Shootout.
The Sulphur Springs cross country team had three members who raced in the recent Metro PCS Dallas White Rock Marathon.
Andrew Marks and Tanner Bolton ran the full 26.2 mile marathon. Marks had time of 3:36 and Bolton turned in a time of 3:45.
Ashleigh Wallace ran the half marathon, turning in a time of 2:19.
The times were turned in by Sulphur Springs head cross country coach Andy Holt.
BIRTHRIGHT — The North Hopkins Panthers, the host team, will advance in the championship round of play in the 22nd Annual Freeman Parish Tournament.
Other area teams playing in the consolation round will be the North Hopkins Lady Panthers and the Cumby Trojans.