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Track meets proceed despite weather

Sulphur Springs athletes Ayana Taylor (left) and her sister, Mia, practice the baton handoff for the 4x100 relays. The SS track team is scheduled to compete Saturday in the Emory Rains meet, despite cold and windy conditions.

Staff photo by Don Wallace


Blinded By The Bling -- Wildcats get golden reminders of the football title season

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Rings, rings and more rings.

The ringing noise was easy to explain.

That loud ring Friday morning was the sound of the State Class 4A Division II Football Championship rings being presented to Wildcats players, coaches and trainers at the conference room of Sulphur Springs High School.

Click here for more photos from the ring ceremony.

Sulphur Springs head football coach Greg Owens spoke to the group at the short ceremony. He said, “They were here to get a momento they will have the rest of their life.”


Turley, T. High blank the Wildcats

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TEXARKANA — The second trip to Texas High this week was just as fruitless as the first one.

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats fell 3-0 to Texas High Thursday in a baseball game originally started on Tuesday, but scrubbed by rain and lightning. The teams tried to play Wednesday only to see the game postponed.

The left arm of Josh Turley proved just as wicked as the spring weather in East Texas.

Turley pitched a complete game shutout, striking out 15 and allowed three hits to the Wildcats.


Sports in Brief

Area schedule


Como-Pickton Lady Eagles host Lone Oak Friday at 6:30 p.m.

Saltillo Lady Lions host

Campbell, Friday at 5 p.m.

Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears host Miller Grove Friday at 5 p.m.


Como-Pickton Eagles host Lone Oak Friday at 4:30 p.m.

Miller Grove Hornets host Wolfe City Friday at 4:30 p.m.

North Hopkins Panthers at

Cumby Friday at 4:30 p.m.


Middle school boys first at Commerce track meet

COMMERCE  — The Sulphur Springs middle school boys won two first place divisions in the recent Commerce track meet.
The eighth grade boys were first overall with 199.5 points while the seventh grade boys took first, scoring 174.5 points.
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