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Trojans strike down Cards for big road district win

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SAVOY — It was a longtime coming, but it could not have come on a better night. The Cumby Trojans struck the Savoy Cardinals, 30-0.

“The weather made it a long night,” said Cumby Trojan head football coach Ed Perez after the game. “It has been a longtime coming, but we are finally getting there. The kids played well, executing exactly what they needed to for the win.”


Tigers out pawed by Panthers

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MOUNT VERNON — It was the North Lamar Panther duo of tail backs Dakota Boles and Ryan McCray that pinked out purple Tigers of Mount Vernon couldn’t match as they fell 40-0.

The visiting team chalked up 460 yards behind Boles and McCray compared to the Tigers’ 130 yards.


Winnsboro declares needed district win

WINNSBORO — The Winnsboro Red Raiders declared a needed win Friday night defeating the Grand Saline Indians, 49-19.

Postseason play is not out of reach for Winnsboro with District 7-2A Division I results of Mineola edging out Melissa 36-35 in overtime and Quitman downed Caddo Mills 28-7. Another week of district play is needed to determine how the six teams will land in the standings deciding the three teams going into playoff contention.


Statewide High School Football Scores

Friday's Scores
A&M Consolidated 24, Copperas Cove 10
Abilene 28, Midland 18
Abilene Cooper 45, Odessa 8
Aldine 21, Aldine Nimitz 7

Weekend Warriors

Sulphur Springs athletes (from left) Israel Lewis, Eddie Northcutt and Kevin Caton recently completed a Half Ironman Triathlon in Dallas. The event included a 1.2 mile swim, 56-mile bike race and 13 mile run. All three are training for a full Ironman in the summer. Northcutt is the president of the Sulphur Springs Triathlete Club.
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