Two bowlers, Karla Dailey and Shayne Wilson, fired 300 games in league play at Classic Lanes for the week ending Sept. 25.
Sulphur Springs High School has been playing football since 1914.
During that time, thousands of Wildcats have suited up at Gerald Prim Stadium. Of those thousands, who has been the best? That's the question the News-Telegram and mySSnews.com are asking. And you get to decide.
Cooper Bulldog senior Logan Arthur gets blocking help from teammate senior PeeWee Jeffery has he totes the rock in the home turf 33-7 win over the Como-Pickton Eagles Friday. The (3-1) Bulldogs out gained the (1-3) Eagles by 198 yards. They will prepare for a road game with District 13-2A powerhouse (2-1) Caddo Mills on Oct. 2.
Staff photo by Cindy Roller
It was a dominant performance.
Sulphur Springs had 16 plays where they gained 10 yards or more as they rolled to a 45-7 win over Pine Tree in the District 13-4A opener.
Pine Tree, on the other hand had just six plays with gains 10 yards or more. The Sulphur Springs defense caught the Pirates for losses on six occasions.