Season tickets for the 2009 Sulphur Springs Wildcats’ home football games will be on sale Monday through Friday according to administrative assistant Dwayne McMeans.
Khristian Goree started junior league with a 76 average and fired a 152 during the first game. Goree followed up with games of 98 and 81 for a 331 series. With Goree’s outstanding performance, he moved into first place in the most improved boys bowler category. Goree set an average of 63 and in the last four weeks has improved to an 87 average.
Jessica Harry has spent many hours on a softball diamond. The countless practices and games played are now all paying dividends.
After years of dusty bus rides with ice bags wrapped on strained aching muscles, her talents with the optic yellow softball are being parlayed into a college education.
There’s a catch to her being a catcher and the free ride to college — her scholarship is in Parsons, Kan. at Labette Community College.
Harry, a stellar pitcher/shortstop for North Hopkins, will be wearing the chest protector and shin guards behind the plate to fill a need of the Kansas team - squatting behind the dish.
“I played centerfield my freshman year, the last three years I have been at pitcher or shortstop,” Harry said. “Catching will be new, but it’s something I can do to help the team.”
The Sulphur Springs Central All-Stars took State runner-up and advanced to the 8U World Series in Louisiana where they won their first two games before some tough losses ended a great season.
From left, on front row: Colby Cameron, Dawson Sears, Payton Hammons, Austin Dodd, Jamal Hobson-Cox.
Second row: Bryson Vickery,Bryce McQueen, Ryan Hammons, Zackery Burgin, Connor Burgin, Pacen Edwards.
Coaches are: Steven Vickery, Chris Hammons, Dwayne Sears and Keith Edwards.