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Wildcat Saturday scrimmage location changed

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats will host Lindale for scrimmage action Saturday at Gerald Prim Stadium.

The scrimmage was originally set for Lindale, but it has been moved to Sulphur Springs.

“Their field was not completed. It was not ready, so we are having it here,” said Sulphur Springs head football coach Greg Owens.

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Stallings to speak at Martin luncheon

COMMERCE  – Legendary football coach and current Texas A&M University System Board of Regents member, Gene Stallings, will serve as the keynote speaker at the Harvey Martin Classic Luncheon on Thursday, Sept. 9, at noon at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel.

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Youth football practice

Sulphur Springs Panthers Pop Warner Football players get in practice under the watchful eye of coaches. Monday was the first full day of contact. Football/cheer action is open to students in the fifth-sixth grades. Follow them at www.eteamz.com/sulphurspringspanthers

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C-P Eagle blocking drills

Como-Pickton assistant coach Roy Moody observes an Eagle varsity player during a blocking drill with one of the two new pieces of equipment that the team received from the cookie dough fundraiser profits.

Staff photo by Cindy Roller

Hague gets two 700s; Painter tops youth; Heavin shoots two 600s

Allan Hague rolled two of this week’s five 700s, both identical 733s, followed by Jason Keller’s 762, the week’s best three game set, Rodney Solon’s 729 and Dewayne Roach’s 720. Tristan Painter saved this writer’s bacon by shooting the season’s highest youth series, a 674, and the highest youth game, a 256, Friday night. Neice Heavin led the ladies with two of this week’s three 600s, one a 615, the other a 616, while Deana Hale posted the ladies’ highest series, a 646.

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