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C-P awards for volleyball

Como-Pickton Lady Eagle volleyball players and their sports award: Breanna Peoples-Middle Hitter, Maci Kight-Hitter and Ron Heflin Fighting Heart awards, Skye Brumley-Eagle award, Christina Sandate-Setter and Ron Heflin Fighting Heart, Shelby Harrison-Defensive player, Kadi Baxter (back)-JV MVP, Jessica Hendricks-
Newcomer of the Year, and Manon Schakel-Co-Middle Hitter award.

Staff photo by Cindy Roller

Wildcats build on successes in opener

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats not only got a win the first week, but several lessons.

The Wildcats found out some parts of the game were done well, others need more work.


SS netters roll over Terrell

The Sulphur Springs tennis teams won Thursday at home taking a 18-1 varsity decision and 15-3 for the JV against Terrell.

"We had an extremely good showing," said Sulphur Springs head tennis coach James Lovett. "The kids are working hard and they are getting their confidence level up. The seniors and juniors really stepped up their game."


Out with the old in with new at Yantis

YANTIS — That is the latest motto sung at Yantis ISD. The school has recently undergone some needed renovations to the gymnasium and baseball facilities.

"We are so lucky to be in a financially healthy district," said Yantis athletic director Jack Bowles. "We can afford to do nice things without having to pass bonds like other small schools have to do."


Lady Cats swept by Rains

EMORY — Rains Lady Cats swept three game over Sulphur Springs 25-21, 25-11, 25-19 in non-district varsity volleyball competition played here Tuesday.

Sulphur Springs took the lead in the first game of the match. They had leads of 2-0, 5-2, 7-4 and 12-10. Rains came back to tie the game 12-12 on an ace by Torie Talkington. She added two more aces to give Rains a 14-12 advantage.

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