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Winnsboro takes road loss

GARRISON — It was a long bus ride home for Winnsboro. The Garrison Bulldogs pushed their record to 3-0 with a win against the Winnsboro Red Raiders in a 22-12 battle.

Winnsboro chalked up 248 total yards in rushing and receiving.

“It was a good ball game,” said Steve Pinnell, Winnsboro Red Raiders head football coach. “The defense did good but we need to execute better on offense.”


C-P Eagles plucked by Bulldogs

COMO —The Eagles suffered a loss for a second week in a row. Friday they were blanked by the visiting Quitman Bulldogs, 18-0.

Devontae McNeal isn't the spotlight player for Quitman without good reason. McNeal powered all the scoring for the night with his three TDs adding to his growing 1,350 yards, 13 TDs passing and top returning receiver status from last season. McNeal had 205 yards against Como-Pickton.


Rains beats Sabine for first victory

LIBERTY CITY — Rains took advantage of several turnovers to notch a 21-12 win over the Sabine Cardinals on Friday.


Top 10 high school scores

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

Class 5A

1.  Euless Trinity (2-0) at N.  Richland Hills, Saturday.

2.  Abilene (2-1) lost to Cocoa 24-21.


Sulphur Springs athletes win awards

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Students from Sulphur Springs ATA Martial Arts recently competed in the Sustaire's Texas Twister ATA Taekwondo Tournament.

The Twister was held Aug. 6-7 at the South Fork Ranch in Parker, Texas.

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