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Colby Suggs now in ‘Hog Heaven’

Sulphur Springs pitcher/infielder Colby Suggs has had a whirlwind summer.

After the Wildcats baseball season ended back in the spring, Suggs wanted to get into more action. By playing in special summer events he was scouted by college coaches and got the chance of a lifetime.

Suggs agreed Tuesday to play baseball for the University of Arkansas. The verbal commitment will be followed later, Suggs said, by a letter of intent to attend the Fayetteville, Ark., university.


Landers earns third place in Bullard event

Earning medals in the NTPGA Tournament for the boys 12-13 year division concluding Tuesday at Oak Hurst Golf Course in Bullard were (from left) Andrew Bloch of Tyler (first), William Blaine Hale Jr. of Dallas (second) and Garrett Landers of Sulphur Springs (third). Landers had scores of 86-84-170, +28.

Cool weather greets 105 grid campers

The two Sulphur Springs football camps held at the SSHS track field drew a total of 105 athletes under cloudy 88 degree conditions according to head football coach Greg Owens.

Wildcat season football tickets on sale Monday

Season tickets for the 2009 Sulphur Springs Wildcats’ home football games will be on sale Monday through Friday according to administrative assistant Dwayne McMeans.


Goree leads junior league most improved bowlers

Khristian Goree started junior league with a 76 average and fired a 152 during the first game.  Goree followed up with games of 98 and 81 for a 331 series.  With Goree’s outstanding performance, he moved into first place in the most improved boys bowler category.  Goree set an average of 63 and in the last four weeks has improved to an 87 average.


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