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Weight training pays off for SS athletes

By DON WALLACE
Sports Editor

    Just because it’s summer time and “The Edge” is taking a break, doesn’t mean Sulphur Springs athletes are sleeping late and goofing off.
    Still weeks from the opening game in volleyballl, incoming freshman Eliana Johnson is doing weight training to prepare for the year.
    Johnson said, “I’m excited for volleyball and I want to get in good shape.”
    Johnson also cheers and competes on the track team.

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C-P coach pleased with fitness program

By DON WALLACE
Sports Editor

    COMO — The summer fitness workouts for Como-Pickton athletes ended today after a six-week run with Charles Swann, athletic director, pleased with the results.

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State softball tourney feature local teams

By DON WALLACE
Sports Editor

    State Dixie softball competition heats up like the weather with games here and at nearby locations for several local teams.
    The opening ceremonies for the Dixie Debs and Ponytails will  be held Friday at 6 p.m. at Coleman Park. All games will be at Coleman Park.
    The Dixie Ponytails division of state play games begin competition Saturday.

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Golf camp underway at SSCC

By DON WALLACE
Sports Editor

    The mood was upbeat with excitement in the air as a small group of junior linksters took to the driving range Tuesday to open Sulphur Springs Country Club’s golf camp.
    The camp, the second on the year, had less than 10 in attendance after an earlier camp drew 45 participants. The camp is held 9-11 a.m. through Friday.

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DeLeon going to TH; Bailey promoted

By DON WALLACE
Sports Editor
 
    Times are changing for the Lady Cats soccer program.
    Jesus DeLeon is leaving his post as the Lady Cats head soccer coach to accept the girls head soccer coaching job at Texas High in Texarkana.
    Joel Bailey, longtime SSHS assistant coach, has been promoted to head girls coach of the Lady Cats.
    DeLeon said, “It’s a heart-breaking decision. I have coached some of these girls for a long time. It’s a difficult decision to make, but I feel like it is in the best interest of my family.”

For rest of story, read News-Telegram sports, pg. 5 July 11 edition

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