The best way for the Wildcats to get back in the win column is to go back to work.
After losing 43-7 at district rival Texas High on Friday, Sulphur Springs players and coaches were anxious to get back to the practice field.
“Great, great, great,” said Greg Owens, Sulphur Springs head football coach concerning Monday’s workout under cool and windy conditions on the outdoor fields at the high school. “The team is good. We came ready to work on Monday and had a great insertion day.”
The work on the game plan for Hallsville helped erase memories of the loss in Texarkana.
“We did not play well against Texas High,” said Matt Young, Sulphur Springs offensive coordinator. “We turned the ball over and did not execute to the level we needed to. Fortunately, we did not have anyone injured. We are going to go back to work and focus on Hallsville.”
The Bobcats and Wildcats will collide Friday at Gerald Prim Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
Hallsville is 5-2 for the year, the Bobcats are 2-0 and tied with Texas High for first place in district.
Sulphur Springs is 4-3, 1-1. The Wildcats are a four-point home favorite in the game.
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