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Lone Oak scores win over C-P

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LONE OAK – It was a night for lethal passing. Como-Pickton fell to Lone Oak in a 47-14 bout at Buffalo Stadium.

Passing by Lone Oak Buffalo’s third-string quarterback sophomore Trevor Lasseter, hitting various targets in motion such as seniors Devonta Cooper, and Levi Jordan contributed most of the points tacked on the board along with Trenton Overly during the muddy grid action. Lasseter completed 13 of 22 for 208 yards and three TDs in his debut at QB.

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Cumby loses key district game to Wolfe City

CUMBY — It didn't decide postseason play, yet. The Wolfe City Wolves came over and doused Senior Night celebration at Frazier-Lawrence Field, 35-21.

The Cumby Trojans offense dominated with 410 yards to out gain the Wolves' 219.

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Lady Cats fundraiser Monday

The Sulphur Springs Lady Cat softball team is having a Pampered Chef fundraiser at 6 p.m. Monday Nov. 2 at the Church of the Nazarene at 1300 South League St.

Everyone who RSVPs by Saturday, Oct. 31 will be eligible for extra door prize opportunities. Guests can RSVP by calling 903-885-7817 or email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Babysitting will be provided at the party.

People can also order on-line at www.pamperedchef.biz/sheilahhale and enter Lady Cat Softball as the host name.

 

Winnsboro rolls over Cooper, 48-14

COOPER — The visiting Red Raiders took another step toward claiming a playoff berth, downing Cooper 48-14 Friday night.

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Princeton pops Rains

EMORY – Trevor Vandeventer and Trevor Schilling put on a show on Friday night at Wildcat Stadium in Emory. Vandeventer completed 19 of 34 pass for 186 yards and a pair of touchdowns and rushed 20 times for 112 yards and three touchdown. But Schilling led Princeton with 24 of 42 passing for 249 yards and five touchdown to a 46-32 win over the Rains Wildcats.

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