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Cats, Lady Cats are undefeated

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     It might be very early in the basketball season, but Sulphur Springs squads have already turned heads with outstanding performances on the basketball court.


Cubs win benefit tournament

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The Texas Cubs,baseball team composed Preston Matthews of Commerce, Kaden Dydalewicz of Frisco, Kaden Argenbright of Sulphur Springs, Marshall Anderson of Sulphur Bluff, Caleb Molo of Frisco, Carson Collvins of Mount Vernon, Zack Norris of Paris.   coach Cubby Wilson of Sulphur Springs, Heston Golightly of Sulphur Springs, Jace Burchfield of Sulphur Springs, Ryder Caddell of Sulphur Springs, Kamren Harrison of Sulphur Springs, Mason Buck of Sulphur Springs, Logan Caton of Sulphur Springs, Casey Cannaday of Mount Vernon and coach Jerry Browne of Mansfield. “The Texas Cubs took first place in the 18U Division of the Inaugural Slade Russo Memorial Tournament in Waxahachie recently.  These guys played eight games in two days, were seeded No. 1 and walked away with the championship rings. More than 40 teams were there playing for the one kid who couldn’t, Slade Russo. Steve and Beverly Russo lost their son six months ago, in a 4-wheeler ATV accident. Slade was only 13 years old, and he loved baseball.  One hundred percent of the tournaments proceeds will go towards the Slade Russo Scholarship Fund that will help players all across the area in need of equipment, uniforms, instruction and much more. This tournament gave Steve and Beverly Russo more than money could buy,  it gave them a heart of hope, an opportunity to spend the weekend with many baseball boys honoring their son and a time to reflect and share memories of Slade,” Johna Burchfield, team supporter.                                                                                                                                        

Lions play at Ferris State Saturday

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    COMMERCE – The A&M-Commerce football will make its first appearance in the NCAA Playoffs since the 1995 season after learning its fate as the No. 7 seed in Super Region 4 with a looming match up against No. 2 seeded and No. 1 ranked Ferris State in the first round Saturday, Nov. 21 at 11 a.m. central time.


Sports briefs

Tennis tourney
set Dec. 5
to collect coats


Wildcats win hoop opener at L-E, 63-51

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    TEXARKANA — The first game of the year for both Liberty-Eylau and Sulphur Springs was not a thing of beauty, but it was a win for the visiting Wildcats.
    Sulphur Springs took a 63-51 win in the basketball debut for both clubs Tuesday night.

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