Maybe the holiday schedule will be the change Sulphur Springs teams need to snap them out of their funk.
Both the Lady Cats softball and Wildcat baseball team lost Tuesday in key district games.
The loss knocked Sulphur Springs out of sole ownership of first place. But the good news is they are still in first, but tied with Texas High.
The Wildcats lost a tough 3-2 decision at home to Hallsville.
Perhaps playing Thursday instead of Friday will shake them up a little as they take on teams from Pine Tree.
The Lady Cats play at 6 p.m. in a home game at the SSHS softball diamond against the Lady Pirates.
Sulphur Springs suffered their second loss in district play Tuesday as they lost to Hallsville, 7-1. The Lady Bobcats seem to have the number of the Lady Cats with the Sulphur Springs unable to get a win against the squad.
The Wildcats host the Pirates at 7 p.m. today in the first game of the second round. The freshmen (4:30) and JV (6 p.m.) play today at Pine Tree.
Sulphur Springs head coach Jerrod Hammack is disappointed that his squad finished the first round of 13-4A play with a 2-4 mark.
“We are due some breaks, I think our best ball is ahead of us,” Hammack said. “We have been battling. As long as we keep competing and playing hard.”
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