Greg Pullen fired the high game of the week with 289 during the opening night of the Tuesday mixed league. Pullen tossed the first 10 strikes in a row, on the 11th ball Pullen left one pin standing, but he converted the spare.
Sulphur Springs survived a difficult test.Down at home in the fourth quarter, the cream rose to the top.
Behind on the scoreboard 26-22 to a tough Whitehouse team, Sulphur Springs took advantage of turnovers and scored the final 14 points of the game to take a 36-26 comeback win.
“We grew up some tonight,” Sulphur Springs head football coach Greg Owens said wiping his brow after the game. “It was a humid night, we fell behind. We regrouped and matured and came together as a team to get the win. We made the plays we had to make. It was a great win.”