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Sub-varsity teams post one win

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Teams from Sulphur Springs had mixed results in Thursday night sub-varsity games against Texas High.

In road action played in Texarkana, the Sulphur Springs teams managed one win and two losses.

The best game of the night for the fans and the Sulphur Springs faithful was the junior varsity contest.

Sulphur Springs took a hard-fought 20-17 victory in a spirited contest.

Speedy Krystad Ivery rushed for more than 150 yards and scored twice from the tailback position. Jonathan Carlisle also has a touchdown. Kicker Carlos Torres was good with two extra point kicks.

Coaches credited the offensive line with good play for the entire game. Also named as standouts were Tevin Norris, Cody Clayton and Kris Ford.

Defensive standouts were Erick Simmons, Chris Duran, Broderick Hill, Jaylon Perry, Bradley Peek, Davian Henson and George Green according to coach Triston Abron.

Abron said, “We dominated the game, it was not as close as the score indicates. We played very well  and make key stops when we had to get them.”

The Sulphur Springs ninth grade teams had a tough night of it according to coach Charlie Coker. The ninth grade B lost 22-0 while the A team fell by a 28-0.

In the B team game Coker credited Brad Macek with good play on offense and defense. Macek also threw a 45-yard reception to Cabo Sanvig.

Buddy Ivery was super in a losing cause running for more than 110 yards, coaches reported. Jenner Jackson was listed as an offensive standout. Leading the defense were Traevon Roy, Cole Hill, Mason Doss and Jared Newton.

In eighth grade action played at Gerald Prim Stadium, Texas High took two wins over the Wildcats.

In the B team game the Wildcats lost by a 16-0 final.

In the rushing game - Devien Fuentes had 50 yards with Willie Garrett rambling for 30 and Haezel Diaz adding 20 yards.

Wide receiver Alex Burney caught two passes from quarterback Deandre Wright.

Standout players were Damien Shields, Fuentes and Braden Burnside.

Coaches said it was the best defensive performance of the year.

In the A team game, Sulphur Springs was defeated 36-14.

Deric Ingram scored on a quarterback keeper and threw a scoring pass to Dedric Smith. Smith also scored a two point conversion.

Offensive and defensive standouts listed by coaches were Ingram, Smith, Rashid Ivery and Ryan Neville.




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