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Under 8 winners

Members of the Sulphur Springs Wildcats under 8 team celebrate winning the Super Series in Mineola. Players are (front row) Ty Giles, Dean Draper, Austin Dodd, Luke Davis, (second row) Micah Timmons, Ryan Hammons, Luke Negrete,  Jaxon Chaney, Garrett Gearner and Grant Griffin, (adults) Chris Hammons, Clay Davis, Dean Draper, Luis Negrete, Brent Chaney, Sammy Gearner and Jody Griffin. The group had a successful season winning or placing in multiple tournaments and finishing the regular season third in the state in points standing. These players will be moving up to 9U in the spring.

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Karate winners

Lawson Kenpo Karate students recently competed at the Texas All-Star Karate Tournament in Dallas. Pictured are (from left) Peter Feijen of Saltillo, second in sparring; Chase Williams of Sulphur Springs, first in sparring, second in kata and third in weapons. Looking on is instructor Donald  Lawson Jr. of Winnsboro. Not pictured is Charleston Green of Winnsboro, second in sparring, third in weapons.

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Top 10 Football scores

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Results for the teams ranked in The Associated Press Texas high school football poll.

Class 5A
1. Euless Trinity (1-0) at Shiloh Christian, Monday.
2. Abilene (1-0) vs. Franklinton, Saturday.
3. Katy (1-0) vs. Alief Taylor, Saturday.
4. Round Rock Stony Point (2-0) beat Converse Wagner 56-14.
5. Allen (2-0) beat Justin Northwest 46-7.
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Big Bounce Back -- Wildcats blank Patriots, 25-0; return to win column

GARLAND – Winning sure cures a lot of problems.

Shutting out a 5A program on the road seemed to pep the Wildcat coaches and players up coming off a disappointing defeat.

After a bad start to the season, losing 28-14 to Denton Ryan, the Sulphur Springs Wildcats snapped out of the one-game funk and rolled to a 25-0 win over Garland Lakeview Centennial.

The rare Thursday night drew a respectable crowd on a school night at Williams Stadium. The Sulphur Springs faithful fans probably out-numbered the Patriot-backers.

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Wildcat Notes: History proves shutout is precursor of good things

The shutout that the Sulphur Springs Wildcats recorded Thursday against Garland Lakeview Centennial could be a precursor of good things for next week.

In the last 25 years, the Wildcats have 19 shutouts. In the very next game following those shutout wins, the Wildcats are 18-1. It seems a strong defensive effort carries over to the next game.

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