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Softball MVPs

Softball MVP award winners are senior players, from left, JaMonica Hall, Baylee Speaker, Mac Morgan, coach David Carrillo, Maurie Lewis and Taylor Clifton. The team advanced to the playoffs with a 24-8-1 record.

Staff photo by Luis Noble


Area Briefs

Co-ed softball

tournament set

The Sulphur Springs Panthers Football and Cheerleading Association will be hosting the second annual co-ed softball tournament July 24 at Coleman Park.

Registration begins at 8 a.m. at the location. Entry fee is $130 per team. Trophies will be awarded.


SSHS Athletic Camps

Wildcat Football Camp

Date, Time, Place: July 21-23,

8-11 a.m. at SSHS practice fields

Who: Boys entering grades 4-8

Cost: $50 each

Contact: Greg Owens


Ferguson shoots 826, Hague 812; in bowling action

For the first time in its 60 year history, Classic Lanes has recorded two 800 series in the same week.

In fact, both sets were rolled on the same night. The higher of the two, was Casey Ferguson’s 826, followed by Allan Hague’s 812. It isn’t often that one bowls as well as Allan did, and still lose; but he still gets an 800 series ring, and that’s all that counts, this according to Mr. Hague.


Another Chance To Hit -- Burly Wildcats offensive lineman gets another chance to block in THSCA All-Star football game Tuesday

Mason Y'Barbo rubs his chin’s whiskers and smiles when asked about playing football in San Antonio.

The flashback of memories of the 2008 Sulphur Springs state championship win in the Alamodome floods the mind of the future University of North Texas lineman. Putting him in a very happy place.

"Yes, we all had a good time the last time I was in the Alamodome," Y'Barbo said of the 69-49 win over Dayton in 2008 which secured the Class 4A Division II title for the Wildcats.

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