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Quick Foot Tournament Results

SSFC Ladycats participated in the Reindeer Games Quick Foot tournament at Richland College. The girls won second place in the 6v6 High school Division. Pictured from left (front) Baile Modesitt, Mary Lopez, Kinzi Irving, Kaitlin Maddox, (back) Julie Hawkins, Madison Ramirez, Harlee Shultz and Hanna Shultz. Coaches are Butch Maddox and Jimmy Green.



Area Upcoming Basketball Games Scheduled


Yantis at Fruitvale, JV, V, B,G, 2 p.m.
Cumby at Boles, JV, V, B,G, 2 p.m.
Sulphur Bluff hosts Savoy, 5:30 p.m.
Pine Tree at Sulphur Springs WIldcats 9th, JV, V, 1, 2:15, 3:30 p.m.
Sulphur Springs alumni soccer game, Gerald Prim Stadium, 7 p.m.
Miller Grove at Dodd City, JV, VB, V, 5 p.m.
Longview at Sulphur Springs Lady Cats, 9th, JV, V; Sulphur Springs Wildcats at Longview, 9th, JV, V
Caddo Mills at Como-Pickton, JV, VB, JV, VG, 4:30 p.m.
Fruitvale at Cumby, JV, V, B, G
Yantis at North Hopkins, JV, VB, VG
Avery at Saltillo, JV, V, B, G
Bloomburg at Sulphur Bluff, JV, V, B, JV, VG

Wildcats host alumni game Saturday

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats boys varsity team will host their annual alumni game Saturday at 7 p.m. at Gerald Prim Stadium.

The game is the annual opener to the soccer season for the Wildcats.

“I don't know how many to expect, but we have always had a good turn- out,”  said Sulphur Springs head boys soccer coach Andy Holt. “We have had good practices this week and are ready to start playing games. We are excited about this year and what could be for this year's team.”


Lobos down Wildcats

TYLER — The Sulphur Springs Wildcats completed the Wagstaff Holiday Classic Wednesday falling 80-56 to Longview in the seventh place game.

The Wildcats started slowly, falling behind 38-25 at intermission.

Joey Davis had 15 for top honors, with Jaquavian Willis scoring 13 with Kedrick Dial and Kadarian Wright adding 11 points each.


Saltillo Lady Lions win title

TENAHA — The No. 5-state ranked Saltillo Lady Lions downed Sabine 43-31 Wednesday to win the championship game in the Tenaha tournament.

Brooke Lane, the MVP of the tournament, poured in 21 points in the title game. She had 66 points in four games.

Erika Mobley was also named to the all-tournament team, and Candace Prather received a $200 scholarships for college next year according to Saltillo Lady Lions head basketball coach Garry Davison.

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