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SS teams sweep Bonham in soccer

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    Sulphur Springs teams remained undefeated in district play recording a sweep at home over soccer foes from Bonham.


    The Lady Cats (11-2-1) opened the action with a 6-1 rout over the Lady Warriors. In the nightcap Sulphur Springs blanked the Bonham boys by a 2-0 count.
    The district double header was played in front a Gerald Prim Stadium crowd on the 52-degree night with very little wind. It was almost balmy conditions compared to weather at other recent games.

           Wildcats 2, Warriors 0
    Sulphur Springs was the home team and kept the ball most of the night. Bonham never had any real threat to score with the ball possessed by the Wildcats the entire game.
    Sulphur Springs' first attempt to score missed the mark in the first minute. But the Wildcats got on the scored with 34:41 left in the first half when Josue Roque caught up to a nice pass, split through Bonham defenders and booted in a goal perfectly placed in the corner of the net.
    Sulphur Springs had the 1-0 lead, but seemed poised to pad the margin and had several chances.
    Andy Green had a shot sail off target 10 minutes into the game. Roque was set up near the goal, but his attempt a header score missed the mark with 26:01 to go in the opening half.
    Bonham was playing well enough on defense to gum up another other scoring tries. Sulphur Springs controlled the ball, but their lead was just a lone goal at 1-0 as the opening 40 minutes came to a close.
    In the second half, the Wildcats were determined to score again. Roque had a shot go wide and Adrian Lopez was off target, his high blast almost clearing the fence and bounding onto Houston Street. Brian Dela Rosa tired to get into the act and get on the scoreboard, but his try with 25:51 left went wide by several feet.
     The lone goal of the second half was scored by Juan Gomez. The junior player lined up the shot, just as the goalie of Bonham took position. His kick dropped like a split-finger fastball near the goal and skidded by the defender for the second and final goal of the game.
    “It was a good win for us last night. We controlled the game the whole night and played well. We would've loved to score a few more goals but Bonham did a good job making it hard for us to break them down. We are excited about being 2-0 in district and have to quickly get ready for tonight's game against Princeton,” said coach Andy Holt
    The Wildcats play at Princeton tonight with the JV game starting at 5:30 p.m., followed by the varsity contest at 7:15 p.m.

Lady Cats 6,
Lady Warriors 1
    The crowd got excited early and had dazzling play by the Lady Cats to get worked up about as they dominated the visiting Bonham squad.
    Madison Ramirez and Esmeralda Sanchez led the way with two goals each in the rout. Sanchez added two assists against the striped Lady Warriors.
    Sanchez powered her team onto the scoreboard with 33:12 left in the first half with the first goal of the game. Sanchez beat a Bonham played in a one-on-one race tot he goal and boomed the net with the short range kick to make it a 1-0 game.
    Bonham quickly answered with 32:55 remaining to make it a tie contest at 1-all.
    The rest of the game belonged to the skilled and determined Lady Cat squad.
    Sulphur Springs had five shots on goal, all missed the mark. Bonham had a close try saved the home team.
    Then the Lady Cats went back on the attack with Iris Gutierrez scoring to make it a 2-1 lead with 13:15 left in the first half.
    Ramirez padded the lead later in the first half scoring on a straight on 25-yard boot that perfectly sailed high enough to score and make the Lady Cats go ahead 3-1 at intermission.
     Grace Grafton registered a goal just a couple of minutes into the second half. The Lady Cats were up 4-1 and the home team was in charge.
    Ramirez then helped teammate Sanchez score with a pass for a goal to make it 5-1.
    The final score came by Ramirez with 20:47 remaining. Her high bending kick found the net from 30-yards out off a Dalia Torrez assist.
    The Lady Cats won the game by the 6-1 score.
    Sulphur Springs will host Princeton in girls district action Saturday at Gerald Prim Stadium. The JV will play at 11 a.m., varsity at 1 p.m.
    The Lady Cats JV will play Monday at 5:30 p.m. at home against Sherman.

 

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