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Wildcat Baseball Coach Looks For Solution
Apr09

Wildcat Baseball Coach Looks For Solution

WILDCATS BASEBALL SHOWS SOME IMPROVEMENT IN FRIDAY LOSS TO LINDALE Wildcats Baseball Coach Jerrod Hammack said he shook up things a bit Friday at Lindale seeking different results. The Wildcats did show some signs of improvement. Still they lost to Lindale, 4-1. Coach Hammack moved catcher Kaden Argenbright to shortstop, Jace Burchfield took over at catcher. Jaxon Chaney also got his first district pitching start this season. Coach...

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Lady Cat Softball Looks Ahead
Apr09

Lady Cat Softball Looks Ahead

LADY CATS SOFTBALL HAS BIG WEEK OFFENSIVELY LAST WEEK On KSST Radio and Cable Channel 18’s Saturday Morning Coaches Show last Saturday, Lady Cats Softball Coach David Carrillo talked about his team’s two ten-run-rule wins last week after an offensive power outage the Friday before. Back on March 29, the Lady Cats suffered their only district loss of this season losing 3-1 at Mount Pleasant. The Lady Cats got only three...

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William “Bill” Melvin Sheaffer
Apr09

William “Bill” Melvin Sheaffer

William “Bill” Melvin Sheaffer, age 67, of Sulphur Springs, passed away on Sunday, April 7, 2019 at Christus Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler. He was born on January 18, 1952 in Charleston, SC. He spent his youth on the lakes in Minnesota with his grandparents. He loved fishing, camping, and being outdoors. He could craft almost anything from wood. Bill graduated from Sulphur Springs High School in 1970 and from Southwest Missouri...

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SSHS Tennis Has Bright Future
Apr09

SSHS Tennis Has Bright Future

WILDCATS TENNIS PROGRAM HAS BRIGHT FUTURE Wildcats Tennis Coach Tony Martinez was on KSST Radio and Cable Channel 18’s Saturday Morning Coaches Show last Saturday. Martinez is completing his fifth season here. He said he thought he could begin to turn the program around in three years. He said it began to happen in year five. Numbers used to be a problem for Coach Martinez. Now he said he’ll have 16 or 17 boys next year...

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SSHS FCCLA Students Attend State
Apr08

SSHS FCCLA Students Attend State

FIFTEEN SSHS FCCLA STUDENTS ATTEND STATE MEETING Fifteen Sulphur Springs High School FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) students attended the FCCLA State Meeting last week in Dallas. SSHS FCCLA Sponsor Debbie Stribling said the state meeting got under way Wednesday and wrapped up Saturday. She said senior Zoe Wilson placed fifth in state in Career Investigation. Sophomore Jayla Glenn took the Family Career...

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TxDOT Warns To Be Aware In Work Zones
Apr08

TxDOT Warns To Be Aware In Work Zones

Fatalities Decline in State Highway Construction AreasTxDOT Promotes Safe Driving in Conjunction with National Work Zone Awareness Week     April 8, 2019AUSTIN — In spite of a decrease in work zone crashes in Texas last year, 161 people still lost their lives and another 684 were seriously injured. The majority of those fatalities — 84 percent – were motorists and/or their passengers. As National...

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Huge Wins Continue For North Hopkins Baseball
Apr06

Huge Wins Continue For North Hopkins Baseball

North Hopkins Baseball Overwhelms Miller Grove, 17-1 at Home The North Hopkins Panthers scored 4 first inning runs, blew open the game with a 9 run second inning and added 4 more third inning runs for good measure in a 17-1 victory over Miller Grove at North Hopkins Friday (April 5). The Panthers had 10 hits and they were led by Wyatt Wharton who was 3 for 3 with 2 runs scored and 5 RBIs. Wharton had a single and a double in the big...

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Another Tough Night For Wildcat Baseball
Apr06

Another Tough Night For Wildcat Baseball

Lindale Sweeps District Series with Wildcats Baseball Winning at Home Friday, 4-1 The Lindale Eagles won all three district games they played against the Wildcats’ baseball team this season winning again Friday at home, 4-1. Lindale and Royse City have both swept the Wildcats during district play. Friday night Lindale won a game where hits were rare. The Wildcats managed only 4 hits while Lindale got 5. The Eagles got timely...

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Lady Cat Softball Has Another Huge Win
Apr05

Lady Cat Softball Has Another Huge Win

Lady Cats Softball Takes Ten Run Rule Win Over Royse City Friday For the second time this week, the Lady Cats’ softball team won by the ten run rule Friday night. After beating Texas High 15-5 on Tuesday evening, the Lady Cats bested Royse City, 12-2 on Friday. The Lady Bulldogs actually led 1-0 as they scored a run when the Lady Cats threw the ball away at first trying to complete an inning double play. The Lady Cats went ahead...

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Bobby Ballard
Apr05

Bobby Ballard

Bobby Ballard, age 78, of Sulphur Springs, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Thursday, April 4, 2019 at home surrounded by his family and friends. A Memorial and inurnment will be held at a later date.Bobby Leon Ballard was born on March 15, 1941 in Sulphur Springs, to Finis and Jodean Ballard. He married Sharon Sears in Sulphur Springs on January 2, 1960. Bobby worked for the Tennessee Valley Authority as a Quality Assurance...

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