WICHITA FALLS — A pick six is a thing of beauty. Especially if it seals the game.
For the second time in as many weeks the Sulphur Springs defense ignited a second half comeback win. In three games, the No. 10-state ranked Wildcats have outscored opponents, 27-0 in the key fourth period.
The ball-hawking Wildcats got second half interceptions from Sharard Timmons, Seth Harris and Keiston Clayton as Sulphur Springs took a 26-15 win over Wichita Falls Rider Friday night at Memorial Stadium. Harris scored on his interception for Sulphur Springs.