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Wildcats compete in Gilmer events; Sulphur Springs athletes do well at 7-on-7, lineman challenge

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GILMER — Teams and individuals from Sulphur Springs took part in several events hosted by Gilmer Saturday.

Wildcat players and teams were in the lineman challenge and 7-on-7 competition.

In the 7-on-7, Sulphur Springs took third place in varsity action.

The Wildcats lost to Lindale 26-13; defeated Spring Hill 56-6 and edged Daingerfield 45-42 to advance to the semifinals.

Sulphur Springs lost to Gilmer, 25-13. Gilmer rallied for three second half touchdowns.

Gilmer won over Pittsburg in the finals of the varsity division.

In the lineman challenge competitors from Sulphur Springs did well with Beau Carpenter and Mason Y’Barbo finishing 1-2 in the varsity division.

Pro agility,  Chad Evans, sixth; bench, Carpenter first; Y’Barbo, tie for third Alex Peek and Fred Gilstrap; hang clean,  Y’Barbo, first; Dylan Owsley, fourth; Carpenter, fifth; sack  Owsley, first; Carpenter, second; Y’Barbo, sixth; obstacle course, Carpenter, first;  Y’Barbo,  second; Owsley, fourth; Tyler Halerumal, sixth.

Total champion-Carpenter,  first; Y’Barbo,  second;  Owsley, fourth.

In the 9-10 grade division: pro agility, Hunter Reppond, first; K.J. Taylor, sixth; bench   Ethan Boatman, first; Alex Peek, tied second; Jordan Baxley, fourth; hang clean, Boatman, first; Peek, fourth; Taylor, sixth; obstacle course, Peek, fourth. Total champion, Boatman, second; Reppond, fifth.

The events were held in and around the football stadium, despite often rainy conditions.

 

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