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Wildcats, Lady Cats in key games Friday

Sulphur Springs varsity basketball teams have key games on tap Friday.

The Wildcats are coming off a Monday night defeat at Rockwall Heath in non-district play.

Sulphur Springs lost to the Red Hawks by a 61-48 final. Rockwall Heath rallied late going on a 21-9 scoring burst to take the non-district victory.


All-district grid selections named for Cumby, Winnsboro, MV teams

Some of the area football teams have recently released their selections for the 2010 All-District Teams, including Cumby, Winnsboro and Mount Vernon. Cooper and Como-Pickton nominations were still pending due to Paul Pewitt's play in postseason.

Cumby Trojans

Receiving unanimous votes for Special Teams Player of the Year was Tim Oschitzki of Cumby in District 11-1A.


Four Wildcats on APSE All-State grid team

Sulphur Springs had one second team selection and three players on the honorable mention list of the recently released Texas APSE Class 4A all-state football team.

Named to the second team was District 13-4A defensive MVP, senior Sharard Timmons.


Lady Cats open 13-4A action with key victory

The first game in district play is always important, especially at home.

The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats were too quick for Texas High, taking a 37-32 win Tuesday in the District 13-4A opening basketball action for both squads.

“It was good to get a district win,” said Sulphur Springs Lady Cats head coach Jeff Chapman. “We were playing inspired ball. We have winning district and making the playoffs as our goals. It’s good to take a step toward that.”


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Eagles heat up homecourt with 55-44 win

COMO — The Como-Pickton Eagles took a 10-point homecourt win Tuesday night against the visiting Pittsburg team.

Julian Ramirez knocked down 21 points to take top scoring honors for C-P in the 55-44 victory.
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