Wildcats subvarsity takes three games from Paris
From Staff Reports

Oct. 7, 2005 - The Sulphur Springs subvarsity teams took 3-out-of-5 games from the Paris Wildcats Thursday night.

The junior varsity, freshman "A" team, and the middle school gold team won their games, while the middle school blue team lost to the Wildcats.

SSHS JV 21, Paris 6

PARIS - The Wildcats took a 7-0 lead with a five yard touchdown run by Tyrik Rollison following a 45-yard screen pass to Christian Person from Rollison in the first quarter. 

Paris scored on their opening drive of the third quarter to get to within 7-6, but missed the PAT. Sulphur Springs then went up, 14,6, on an 80-yard drive capped off by a four yard run from Christian Person. Tate Ramirez was good on all three of this PATs in the game.

The Wildcats had four interceptions from Jimmy Helfriech, Jeremy Boutte, Dalton Abner, and Adarius Gordon.

Coaches praised the play of James Taylor, Kevin Rape, Tyler Wilson, Chris Thompson, J.R. Harrison, Jeff Beck, and Jay Hall. 


SSHS Freshman "A" 19, Paris 13

PARIS - The Sulphur Springs Wildcats (6-0, 1-0) defense held Paris on four plays on first down and goal from the three yard line to secure the win.

Rodrick Franklin had a two-yard touchdown run to open the game for the Wildcats. Jace Jackson nailed the PAT good.

Jackson had two touchdowns during the game on a 42-yard reception from Johnny McSheffery, and an 18-yard reception from McSheffery later in the contest.

Coaches praised the play of McSheffery on defense for the Wildcats.

Paris Freshman 14, SSHS Freshman "B" 6

PARIS - Sulphur Springs (2-4 overall, 0-1) in district play had a 30-yard touchdown pass from Cedric Finney to Colten Cummings in the district opening loss Thursday night.

Coach J.J. Williams said the defense played well during the game, but gave up some big plays that cost them the game.

Paris 40, SSMS Blue 34

Running back Shane McQueen rushed for over 300 yards and quarterback Colby Suggs threw for over 100 yards in the Wildcats loss to Paris.

McQueen had 23 carries for 302 yards and two touchdown of 80 and 74 yards, and Suggs had 110 yards passing and two touchdowns.

Jimmy Villa had four carries for 27 yards and added a two-point conversion, while Bryant Jackson had two catches for 44 yards with a touchdown reception and a touchdown rushing. Brad Worsham had two catches for 66 yards and one touchdown for the Wildcats.

Coaches praised the play of Tyler Higginbotham on defense for the Wildcats.


SSMS Gold 34, Paris 18

Jett McCarter led the way for the Wildcats with six carries for 128 yards and one touchdown, while also returning two punts for 55 yards with a 40 yard return for a touchdown during the game.

Teammate Keiston Clayton had a 62 yard touchdown run and Clayton Vaughn caught a seven yard touchdown pass from Sawyer Sinclair.

Defensively, Triston Crook had five tackles, Michael Golden had two sacks and two tackles for losses during the game. Jacob Golden had an interception in the win.

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