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Wildcats, Lady Cats play at Greenville today

After important district wins over Sherman, now the trick is to keep up the intensity against Greenville.

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Sulphur Springs did well in recent district competition in a variety of sports.

District Tennis – Luke Penny placed third in district meet held in Texarkana. No other tennis results were available.
In track, the Lady Cats and Wildcats did well and broke another school record by winning all three relays in boys action and two in the girls division.
Track action was held in Royse City, Tuesday and Wednesday
Regional Qualifiers:
Cody Clayton, 4x100
Kendrick Daniels, 4x100,4x200, 200m dash
Alvin Frazier, 4x100, 4x200, 4x400
Irvin Anderson, 4x100, 4x200, 4x400
Calise Frazier, 4x200
Willie Ivery - 110 hurdles, 300 hurdles, 4x400
Chris Sorley - 4x400
Andrew Marks - 1600-meter run, 3,200-meter run
Tyler Halerumal - discus
Dadrian Smith - 4x400
Jon Carlisle - 4x200
Micah Stalcup, Erin Dougan, pole vault
Madison Ramirez, 3,200-meter run, 1,600-meter run
4x100 relay  team - Bradyn Burney, Brandisha Wright, Jailee Eppars and Daizia Jackson 4x200 relay team - Burney, Labrandis Adams, Jackson and Anissa Anderson  tying their own school record of 1:47.5. 
Brandisha Wright - 100-meters

Golf will be sending both boys and girls to regionals in Denton, April 18-23.

Track athletes compete in meets

From Staff Reports
Many track teams in the surrounding area competed in recent competition with the top finishers advancing.

Wildcats sweep relays at district; Lady Cats show well

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ROYSE CITY — The Sulphur Springs Wildcats didn’t come home with the team championship from the District 13-4A track and field meet on Wednesday, but they did the next best thing – sweeping the relays.


Four Sulphur Springs athletes qualify for regional in track

ROYSE CITY – Four Sulphur Springs athletes know they will be heading to Denton in two weeks for the regional track meet, and that number should grow by leaps and bounds today.
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