From staff reports
The rainy and wet field conditions has made it difficult to play baseball and softball as teams enter the postseason.
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Neither rain, nor wind or even the threat of the swine flu can keep the Sulphur Springs track athletes from competing in regional.
The region event was on, then cancelled, now back on again.
Three Sulphur Springs athletes, Ross Hicks, Bryant (Day Day) Jackson and Shane McQueen will compete Tuesday and Wednesday at the Region II meet to be held at the University of North Texas in Denton.
Sulphur Springs head softball coach David Carrillo is anxious to get on with the playoffs.
After taking a 6-0 win over Kilgore in the first game Friday, he is ready for the second win before more springtime showers interupt the proceedings.
The second game is set today at Kilgore at 6 p.m. The best-of-three series is for the Class 4A Bi-District title.
Sulphur Springs at 23-9 was the co-championships of District 13-4A. Kilgore, a 16-15, took third in the District 14-4A race.
Yantis golf competitors Amanda McKinney and Daniel Cerretani are at Austin competing at the Morris Williams Golf Course today and tomorrow for state golf tournament. The duo are coached by Michael Alphin.