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Wildcat Football Camp Takes Place Next Week During the Evening
May22

Wildcat Football Camp Takes Place Next Week During the Evening

For years the Wildcat Football Camp for youngsters has been one of the last one’s held during the summer. This year it will be the first. It will also be an evening camp. Camp dates are next Tuesday through Thursday (May 28-30) from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. each day in the Multipurpose Building. Wildcats Football Coach Greg Owens hopes the changes will result in increased attendance. The Camp is for boys entering the third grade...

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Wildcats Baseball Coach Jerrod Hammack Wraps Up Season on Coaches Show Saturday
May21

Wildcats Baseball Coach Jerrod Hammack Wraps Up Season on Coaches Show Saturday

Unless you win the State Championship, your season always ends too soon. That’s something Wildcats Baseball Coach Jerrod Hammack truly believes. Coach Hammack was on KSST Radio and Cable Channel 18’s Saturday Morning (May 18) Coaches Show. The Wildcats’ baseball team had their season end the Saturday before as Joshua took game three in the best two out of three Area round series in Rockwall, 3-1. Coach Hammack said...

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Head Coach Greg Owens and Coordinators Comment on Friday’s Spring Game
May20

Head Coach Greg Owens and Coordinators Comment on Friday’s Spring Game

The annual Blue White Spring Game took place Friday (May 17) at Prim Stadium wrapping up spring football practice. The Blue won, 41-7. Coach Greg Owens said there were no injuries. He said he saw some good things and guys making some good plays. Coach Owens complimented both the Blue team defensive front and Blue team offensive line. The quarterbacks rotated between both teams and Coach Owens said he saw good and bad. He said the...

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Blue Beats White in Spring Game, 41-7 As Wildcats Wrap Up Spring Football Practice
May17

Blue Beats White in Spring Game, 41-7 As Wildcats Wrap Up Spring Football Practice

The Wildcats’ Blue team proved to be too much for the Wildcats White team, taking a 41-7 win at Gerald Prim Stadium in the Spring Game that marked the end of spring football workouts. Wildcats quarterbacks Kaden Wallace, Noe Ponce and Ty Stroud took turns directing both teams. The Blue team, with Wallace at quarterback opened the game with a 70-yard TD drive. Wallace connected with Ponce on a 26 yard touchdown pass. Osiel Lopez...

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North Hopkins Golfers Attribute Successes To Team Effort, Hard Work
May17

North Hopkins Golfers Attribute Successes To Team Effort, Hard Work

Ryan Reed, Evan Lewis, Kevin Clement, Eastan Lewis and Cooper Adams made North Hopkins High School history as the first golf team to qualify to compete in the state competition. The golfers said qualifying for state was a total team effort, with each team member contributing and coming through on different days. “For the three of is it’s been four pretty hard years trying to make it, I guess,” Reed said, referring to...

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Wildcats Spring Football Culminates With Annual Spring Game Friday Evening At The Prim
May17

Wildcats Spring Football Culminates With Annual Spring Game Friday Evening At The Prim

After 18 days of spring football practice after school and during the school athletic period, spring football will wrap up with the annual Spring Game Friday night, May 17, at 6 p.m. at Gerald Prim Stadium. Wildcats Football Coach Greg Owens said the game is for the players and gives them a competitive end to this year’s spring football. He said some players with injuries will not play. Coach Owens said his biggest concern about...

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Porter, Tanton, Dodd And Thornton Are Named Forrest Gregg MVPs At Assembly Thursday Night
May17

Porter, Tanton, Dodd And Thornton Are Named Forrest Gregg MVPs At Assembly Thursday Night

At the SSHS Awards Ceremony Thursday night, the annual Forrest Gregg MVP Awards and the James Cameron Fighting Heart Awards were announced for Lady Cats and Wildcats. Wildcats Football Offensive Coordinator Matt Young announced the Forrest Gregg MVP’s. For the Lady Cats, winners were SaDavia Porter and Autumn Tanton and for the Wildcats, Austin Dodd and Landon Thornton. Porter excelled in both basketball and track. As a senior...

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Haggerty, Baier, Willis and Tyson Are Named James Cameron Fighting Heart Award Winners
May17

Haggerty, Baier, Willis and Tyson Are Named James Cameron Fighting Heart Award Winners

At the SSHS Awards Ceremony Thursday evening, Wildcats Athletic Director Greg Owens announced this year’s recipients of the James Cameron Fighting Heart Award. Winners for the Lady Cats were Bailey Haggerty and Abbi Baier and for the Wildcats Keaston Willis and Landry Tyson. Haggerty, a Lady Cats’ softball pitcher, was described as a person of character and a competitor and fighter who always answered the call. She...

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Owens Says Spring Football Has Been Good for His Young Team
May16

Owens Says Spring Football Has Been Good for His Young Team

Wildcats Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Greg Owens said spring football workouts were good for his team and coaching staff this year. This is the fourth year for the Wildcats to have spring football. He described his current team as youthful after 32-seniors graduated off of this past season’s team. Coach Owens said his current bunch brings energy and excitement. He added they don’t always know where they are...

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SSHS Spring Football Wraps Up
May15

SSHS Spring Football Wraps Up

Wildcats Varsity and JV Take on Gilmer in 7 on 7 Football Tuesday Night  The Wildcats’ 7 on 7 football teams, JV and Varsity, took on Gilmer Tuesday evening (May 14) in the Multipurpose Building. Both teams got in two games with the Buckeyes. In the first Varsity game, the Wildcats and Buckeyes tied, 35-35 with Gilmer scoring a touchdown right as the horn went off signaling the end of the game. Quarterback Noe Ponce led the...

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