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Smacked by Sherman: Wildcats halted by turnovers, flags in District 13-4A play

SHERMAN – The Sulphur Springs Wildcats saw their four-game winning streak disappear into the October night as they fell 60-34 to Sherman at Bearcat Stadium.


Wildcat Notes: Silver lining to big Wildcats’ loss

In a four touchdown loss, there usually isn’t much of a silver lining. But, the Sulphur Springs Wildcats can look to the previous two seasons’ success after such losses as they mull over the 60-34 defeat to the Sherman Bearcats on Friday.


Lady Cats record key five game win against Sherman

SHERMAN — In a wild, packed gym the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats overcame the hostile surroundings to get a key win and stay alive in the District 13-4A volleyball race.

The Lady Cats won over Sherman by scores of 25-21, 13-25, 27-25, 17-25, 15-10.

“We won when we had to, it’s tough to get a win on the road,” said Brandi Small Sulphur Springs head volleyball coach. “We showed we can play through adversity. The win puts us in a good spot.”


Eagles triumph in double overtime, 41-40

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BIG SANDY — Clinching the win in double overtime was a goal line stop by the Como-Pickton Eagles Even Tellez, Matthew Sharp and Heath Howard to defeat the hosting Big Sandy Wildcats, 41-40.

“There is nothing more exciting than overtime in football,” said C-P Eagles head football coach Paul Tullis. “I thought the kids did a great job overcoming some adversity and coming up with a great win. Our offense did a great job putting points on the board and the defense came up with some big plays but none more than the stop on the two point conversion.”


Cumby remains winless, routed by Boles Hornets

QUINLAN — It must be a homecoming jinx for Cumby as the Boles Hornets celebrated a 26-6 homecoming victory Friday at Kevin Kiper Memorial Stadium. The bout gave the Hornets their first win of the season.

Cyle Monroe gave Boles a fast start by returning the opening kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown.

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