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The Wildcats keep climbing to new heights, and they did it Friday night with a pulse-pounding 52-47 victory over Rockwall Heath to win the first regional championship in school history. The Wildcat defense came up with four turnovers, and all were pivotal, while Ty Rollison was superb again with five touchdown passes and a TD run.


Hole in the roof, hole in the head

Hole in the roof, some have holes in their heads

It was my pleasure to cover the Sulphur Springs 42-21 win over Denison in Texas Stadium Friday. It was my first trip to that historic field in 10 years. I am so glad I got to see it during its final year of use.


Burress in a Giant mess

It's nice to hear that at least one New Yawker, Mayor Bloomberg, is outraged over the idiocy of Plaxico Burress, the Giants and the hospital workers who treated Burress.


Heath's RB out of game

Rockwall Heath's star running back, Kendial Lawrence, has been ruled out for Friday's state quarterfina game with the Sulphur Springs Wildcats. Lawrence leads the DFW metroplex in yards gained and TDs this season.

He injured his shoulder in last Friday's 17-14 victory over Ennis, and Heath coach Mickey Moss (a 1979 SSHS graduate) said Lawrence will be unable to play on Friday when the Hawks take on the Wildcats at 7:30 p.m. at Texas Stadium.

Longhorns get raw deal

Somebody had to get left out of the Big 12 championship game, but it sure doesn't seem right that it was the Longhorns, who beat Oklahoma 45-35 on a neutral field about six weeks ago. The conference title game, though, is small potatoes compared to the national championship game, which will include OU as long as the Sooners take care of Missouri in the Big 12 game. Can Texas join OU in the national championship game? It's possible, but unlikely. At least SSHS fans can watch alum Keenan Clayton, who is having a tremendouse junior year at outside linebacker for the Sooners.

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