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The Sulphur Springs sub-varsity football teams play at Whitehouse Thursday.

The ninth grade games will be at 4 and 5:30 p.m. followed by the JV at 7 p.m.

The varsity contest, the home opener of the year will be played vs. Whitehouse at Gerald Prim Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Friday.


Como-Pickton awards softball, baseball honors

Como-Pickton Lady Eagle softball players were selected for special awards at the 2008-2009 CPHS All-Sports Banquet. Those were from left, Michaela Williams for Most Improved, Megan McCoy-MVP, Violet Perez-Defensive Player, Christina Sandate-Eagle award, and Skye Brumley-Offensive Player award.




Sports in Brief

Volleyball Reports

CUMBY - Monday, Aug. 24, Cumby hosted Trenton in volleyball action. The Cumby Lady Trojans varsity team won in four sets: 25-11, Trenton came back to take a win 26-24. Cumby sealed the next two wins, 25-18, 25-15.


Area teams in big grid games

It’s just the second week of football, but it is not to early to call games coming up as key contests.

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats are 1-0, but not getting respect statewide for a team coming off a Class 4A title. They only moved from up from 40 to 39 in the rankings after beating a good 3A Paris team, 33-21. This week No. 25 Whitehouse is a four-point favorite playing Sulphur Springs at Gerald Prim Stadium Friday at 7:30 p.m. Whitehouse is 0-1, coming off a tough 41-34 loss to Garland Nameen Forest.


Nichols gets honor

Southeastern wide receiver Daniel Nichols has been named the Lone Star Conference North Division Offensive Player of the Week following the Savage Storm’s 54-38 win over Henderson State. Nichols, of Cooper, helped lead Southeastern’s win in the season opener with seven catches, 131-yard receiving. He tied the school record for touchdown catches in a game with three.

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