SPORTS ARCHIVES Sept 2008

Owens kepts driving toward the next win

By DON WALLACE, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 29, 2008 - Coaches just keep on coaching. At least the good ones do.

Game Notes

By BOBBY "BUTCH" BURNEY, Special to the News-Telegram

Sept. 28, 2008 - LONGVIEW-- With 198 yards rushing and another 76 yards receiving, Sulphur Springs senior running back Ryan Young had an outstanding game on Friday. As it turns out, it was one of the best in school history.

Wildcats dump tricky Pirates

By DON WALLACE, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 28, 2008 - LONGVIEW- It wasn't a blueprint for success in 13-4A, but it will work for now.

Sticking to their guns

By CINDY ROLLER, News-Telegram Sports Reporter

Sept. 26, 2008 - CUMBY - The Trojans (0-4) will make the 97 mile trek to take on the second ranked Maud Cardinals tonight at George Frost Field as known as B.S.T. (Blood, Sweat, Tears). But the Trojans are not showing any fear.

Cross Country Varsity Boys Post Best Times Ever

From Staff Reports

Sept. 22, 2008 - The varsity boys cross country team really stepped up their times yesterday at the North Hopkins Invitational meet.

Fourth league session proves to be ladies week at Classic Lanes

By Gene Shelton

Sept. 23, 2008 - The ladies stepped into the spotlight during the fourth week of fall league bowling at Classic Lanes.

Wildcats 4-0, district awaits

By DON WALLACE, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 22, 2008 - I think it is time for all the Wildcat fans, supporters, players, coaches and backers to take a collective deep breath.

Cumby loses homecoming game

By JOSEPH ELERSON, News-Telegram Correspondent

Sept. 21, 2008 - CUMBY-- Cumby coach Edward Perez came out of homecoming with more questions than answers Friday night during a 33-0 loss to the Simms Bowie Pirates at Trojan Field.

Late touchdown keeps Rains winless

By TREY HILL, News-Telegram Correspondent

Sept. 21, 2008 - KEMP - So close.

The Rains Wildcats seemed to be one minute, 11 seconds away from picking up their first win of the season with Kemp facing a fourth-and-21 at the Rains 41-yard line.

Game Notes

By BOBBY "BUTCH" BURNEY, Special to the News-Telegram

Sept. 21, 2008 - SSHS quarterbacks Tyrik Rollison and Johnny McSheffery completed every pass they threw on Friday night, but they weren't perfect.

Hallsville whips Lady Cats in three straight

By DON WALLACE, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 21, 2008 - The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats fell to 0-3 in District 13-4A volleyball action Friday night.

Hallsville whips Lady Cats in three straight

By DON WALLACE, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 19, 2008 - The Sulphur Springs Lady Cats fell to 0-3 in District 13-4A volleyball action Friday night.

Cumby blanked by Simms Bowie

By JOSEPH ELERSON, News-Telegram Correspondent

Sept. 19, 2008 - CUMBY-- Cumby coach Edward Perez came out of homecoming with more questions than answers Friday night during a 33-0 loss to the Simms Bowie Pirates at Trojan Field.

"Our kids are fighting tooth and

Late touchdown keeps Rains winless

By TREY HILL, News-Telegram Correspondent

Sept. 19, 2008 - KEMP - So close. The Rains Wildcats seemed to be one minute, 11 seconds away from picking up their first win of the season with Kemp facing a fourth-and-21 at the Rains 41-yard line.

Pirates walk the Plank

By DON WALLACE, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 19, 2008 - The Pirates picked the wrong time to play Sulphur Springs.

JV pops Mesquite Poteet; freshman lose two games

From staff reports

Sept. 18, 2008 - Sulphur Springs took one win out of three games in sub-varsity football action played Thursday.

White Oak humbles Rains in 56-20 rout

By Trey Hill, News-Telegram Correspondent

Sept. 14, 2008 - EMORY -- White Oak jumped ahead early and new looked back taking a 56-20 win over Rains Friday night.

Cumby loses to Detroit

From Staff Reports

Sept. 14, 2008 - CUMBY — Detroit exploded for 16-first quarter points as they rolled to a 24-6 win over the hometown Trojans Friday in non-district football action.

Cowan leads Leonard over Como-Pickton

By JOSEPH ELERSON, News-Telegram Correspondent

Sept. 14, 2008- LEONARD — Como-Pickton wrapped up their pre-district schedule with a tough 32-12 loss to the Leonard Tigers during homecoming Friday night at Tiger Stadium.

Game Notes: Observations from the game at Gerald Prim Stadium

By BOBBY “BUTCH” BURNEY, Special to the News-Telegram

Sept. 12, 2008 - Wichita Falls Rider took a lead Thursday night because of its outstanding third-down conversion rate. Sulphur Springs, though, won the game due to its turnover ratio.

Smiles, memories from a special game

By Don Wallace, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 12, 2008 - They walked away but their smiles never left their fans.

Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears score in Cumby Tournament

From Staff Reports

Sept. 12, 2008 - On Thursday, Sept. 4, 2008 , the Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears challenged the Yantis Lady Owls at the tournament in Cumby. Sulphur Bluff came out on top 2-1 in matches.

Lady Eagles take matches from Lady Hornets

From Staff Reports

Sept. 12, 2008 - The Lady Eagles took two matches from the Miller Grove Hornets on Tuesday, Sept. 9. Michaela Williams and Jenna Sturgill both served ten straight points.

Football, Texas and ESPN

By Don Wallace, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 11, 2008 - Football, Texas and ESPN. Those are three of my favorite things.

Will C-P hold the keys to victory?

By Cindy Roller, News-Telegram Sports Reporter

Sept. 11, 2008 - COMO- Last week's loss, 37-15, to the Ore City Rebels was a difficult one to swallow for the Como-Pickton Eagles.

Trojans looking to deliver a " W" against Detroit

By Cindy Roller, News-Telegram Sports Reporter

Sept. 11, 2008 - CUMBY-The Cumby Trojans will be led out on to the field tomorrow night for "Future Trojan Night" by the pee wee football players just prior to kick off at 7:30 p.m. against the Detroit Eagles.

Sulphur Springs Cross Country results

From staff reports

Sept. 10, 2008 - TYLER --The Sulphur Springs boys placed fourth behind Lufkin, Forney, Robert E. Lee in recent cross country competition.

State ranked Raiders invade Prim Stadium

By Don Wallace, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 10, 2008 - Despite the lights, camera and national audience, a game is going to be played.

Wildcats JV take a win against Whitehouse

By DON WALLACE, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 5, 2008 - For Thursday night football it was a nailbiter. Sulphur Springs took a 14-13 win in junior varsity action Thursday at Gerald Prim Stadium against Whitehouse.

Eagles look strike down another one

By Cindy Roller, News-Telegram Sports Reporter

Sept. 5, 2008 - The Como-Pickton Eagles were struck by lightning last week, in a matter of speaking. It was a lightning delay during the game against the Cumby Trojans that gave the Eagles the edge they needed to bring home a victory, 17-14.

Whitehouse versus Sulphur Springs

By DON WALLACE, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 4, 2008 It's Whitehouse week. No other words need to be spoken to stir up the fire and emotion of Sulphur Springs players and coaches.

Battle of cats when Sulphur Springs and Whitehouse collide

By DON WALLACE, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 4, 2008 A two-pronged attack. That is the game plan for Sulphur Springs when they take on the Whitehouse Wildcats Friday on the road at 7:30 p.m.

Rains downs Sulphur Springs 3-1

By Don Wallace, News-Telegraph Sports Editor

Sept. 3, 2008 - Errors will get you in the end. Especially when you are going up against a strong opponent like Rains.

Wildcats pop Paris

By DON WALLACE, News-Telegram Sports Editor

Sept. 2, 2008 - Pads were popping Friday night as Sulphur Springs opened the grid season with a 48-20 win over Paris.

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