PHILADELPHIA —Former Sulphur Springs standout defensive player Keenan Clayton has accomplished the dream of making it to the NFL.
Clayton, a 6-1, 229-pound linebacker from Oklahoma, was drafted with the 121st pick in the fourth round by the Philadelphia Eagles.
The recent rainfall in and around Sulphur Springs had a trickle down effect on baseball and softball games.
The rain caused wet conditions which left some fields muddy and slick.
The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats had their game with Mount Pleasant moved to Monday at 4 p.m. Senior players were to be honored during a special ceremony at the game. Seniors are Maurie Lewis, Mac Morgan, Baylee Speaker, JaMonica Hall and Taylor Clifton.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Three Sulphur Springs gymnasts competed at the Region 3, Level 8 Regional meet, with Chrissalynd Person earning all around honors with a 38.625 total.
North Hopkins Panther long distance runners Ray Brown and Carlos Ruiz finish the 1,600-meter run.