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Sulphur Springs, Terrell meet in scrimmage tonight

It’s the last chance to iron out the kinks before it counts.

Sulphur Springs head football coach Greg Owens admits the Wildcats still needs refinement, but there’s time before the Aug. 28 opener in Paris.

The Wildcats have a home scrimmage today against Terrell at Gerald Prim Stadium. The junior varsity/ninth grade begin at 5 p.m. The varsity will follow at 7 p.m.


C-P Eagles Soar In Scrimmage

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UNION HILL — The Como-Pickton Eagles traveled to Union Hill for scrimmage action in the heat and humidity before the storms Thursday night.

"It was a huge boost getting Brandt (Steele) back at linebacker," C-P head football coach Paul Tullis said. Steele had missed some practice due to his ill grandfather.

Tullis said, "I felt the kids rebounded well after the Prairiland scrimmage. They came out with a lot of emotion and worked hard. Offensively, other than a couple of mental mistakes really played well and dominate the line of scrimmage. Defensively, we were still a little soft in the middle. The defensive line is still trying to do too much and taking themselves out of plays."


Sulphur Springs has final grid tuneup vs. Terrell here Friday


One word, plain and simple sums up what Sulphur Springs head football coach Greg Owens wants from his team in the Friday home scrimmage against Terrell.

The first scrimmage which was littered by turnovers and penalties did not please the head coach of the defending state champions. He wanted consistency and hopes the Wildcats will eliminate the mistakes they made Saturday in scrimmage action against Henderson.


Keller fires 288 in Classic Lanes league action

Jason Keller was red hot for Thursday night men’s league action.  Keller started the night off with a bang with a 288 and then followed up with a pair of 235 games and a 248 to help seal the fate of his competitors for the evening. Keller and his team, Stumpy’s Crew, walked out with all five wins.


Good News, Bad News -- Coaches evaluate first grid action in scrimmage

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The varsity football scrimmage Saturday with Henderson ended more or less as a draw.

But yet Sulphur Springs head coach Greg Owens says reasons for both joy and concern.

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