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Summer bowling leagues at Classic Lanes end with a bang

Chad Dailey fired a 729 three-game series during Sunday night‘s position round.

Dailey rolled a 10 strikes in a row for a 288 in his second game of the set.  Dailey also bagged a 249 to end the night 81 pins above his average for series.  Dailey also finished 27 pins above his individual average of 216 with 243 for the evening.


Area Deep East Texas Baseball Action

COMO—The U10 Como-Pickton Eagles baseball team traveled to Omaha Saturday morning and won both games against the Texans.

In the first game, C-P jumped out to a six-run lead in the first inning then cruised to a 13 – 0 win.


Lady Cats take second place

The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats took second place in the consolation division of the recent Wills Points tournament. The Lady Cats beat Harmony 12-25, 25-12, 25-19; beat Mount Pleasant, 25-14, 25-20; lost to Terrell, 1-25, 25-22, 12-25. Players are from left, front row, Emily Mason, Victoria Calhoun and Hannah McCampbell. Back row, Samantha Scott, Colette McDuff, Kara Tomlinson, Jalie Eppars, Justine Hatley, Ashley Wilburn, Maurie Lewis and Alissa Doughtie. The Lady Cats host Frisco at 6 p.m. Friday in a varsity home game; the JV hosts North Lamar at 4:30 p.m. Friday.

C-P Lady Eagles get comeback win over Yantis

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COMO - The Como-Pickton Lady Eagles came back strong after losing their first game to Yantis on Tuesday.

They won the next three games and came away with a convincing win finishing the last game 25-13.


North Hopkins edges SB in volleyball

SULPHUR BLUFF — The  Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears hosted North Hopkins Lady Panthers in volleyball action Friday.

North Hopkins won 25-23, 25-10, in game three Sulphur Bluff won 25-23, and in game four the Lady Panthers won 25-20.

Lady Bear attacks came by Ashley Bryant with 11,  Kaitlyn Hancock with seven, and Karissa Wolf had six.

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