The Sulphur Springs defense turned in their best performance of the year as they beat 3A Paris, 43-9 Friday night.
The nine points allowed was the fewest of the year for Sulphur Springs.
The Wildcat defense held Paris to just 139 total yards, an average of 2.8 yards on their 50 total plays.
Sulphur Springs was particularly tough on the run. Paris had 21 rushing attempts for 25 yards or an average of 1.1 yards per carry.
The Paris passing game was held to 114 total yards. Quarterbacks Quez Allen and Kevin Jackson completed 11 passes from 29 attempts with two interceptions.
“Actually I thought we played well, but sloppy at times. We are still doing a great job running to the ball, but we have to stop having mental mistakes and allowing the opponent to have chances to make big plays,” said Triston Abron, Sulphur Springs defensive coordinator. “Barry Stribling had a good game with one interception, Derrick Ingram also had a good game with an interception and several pressures and two tackles for losses. Dedric Smith was the leading tackler and had a good game as well.”
Sulphur Springs had 64 total tackles and eight tackles for losses. A total of 14 different players got in on the fun.
Smith had five solo tackles, six assists for 11 total and one for a loss.
Garret Hood had two solo tackles, five assists for seven total tackles. Bryton Wood had five total total, one tackle for a loss and a sack. Stribling had had six total and one for a loss, a pass defended and an interception. Ingram had six total, two for losses and also picked off a pass.
Carson Hicks had five total tackles; Melroy Givens added four total tackles, one pass defended; Dallas Dannheim also had four total tackles; Zach Spigner, Jaylon Hawkins added three total each; Dekeistan Mosley and Javaron Ross each had three tackles and one for a loss, and a fumble recovery; Cain Cody contributed two total tackles; Derrick Weeks added one tackle for a loss. Spigner also caused a fumble.
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