Wildcats Even Record, Whitehouse Up Next
Sep06

Wildcats Even Record, Whitehouse Up Next

The Wildcats’ football team evened their season record at 1-1 with a dominating 41-0 victory over outmanned Sherman at Gerald Prim Stadium Friday night. Quarterback Larry Pryor opened the scoring with a 54-yard TD pass to receiver C.J. Stephens. In the third quarter they teamed up again for a 66-yard scoring strike. Pryor also ran for 2 touchdowns and back Tyler Rosamond ran for one. Tanner Ramirez added two field goals. The Wildcats...

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What A Night!
Sep05

What A Night!

It was Tyrik Rollison Day in Hopkins County and his night on the field at Memorial Stadium in Commerce. Tyrik Rollison broke the Texas A & M-Commerce record for passing yards and total offensive yards, broke the record for yards per attempt with 17 yards per pass attempt, and tied the school record for TD passes Thursday night as he led the Lions to a 98-20 drubbing of East Texas Baptist University. He also led the team in setting...

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Ty Rollison Day
Sep05

Ty Rollison Day

Hopkins County Judge Robert Newsom proclaimed Thursday as Tyrik Rollison Day in Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County for the recognition the athlete has brought to the area through his sports career. Rollison, perhaps the greatest quarterback in Wildcats’ history, led the team to a state championship in 2008 and was named an All-State quarterback. Thursday night Rollison opened his senior season as quarterback for Texas...

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Coach Owens Wednesday Press Conference: Sherman Next
Sep03

Coach Owens Wednesday Press Conference: Sherman Next

Wildcats Football Coach Greg Owens likes his team a lot this week. He liked the way they played with great effort in the loss to Rockwall-Heath last Friday. He especially liked the play of the offensive and defensive lines. He liked the fact that team members were hurt by the loss showing they cared. He likes the way they have responded in practice this week. Coach Owens feels they are hungry to get better. By Don Julian, KSST News...

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Sherman Coach Patterson Talks About the Upcoming Game
Sep02

Sherman Coach Patterson Talks About the Upcoming Game

Bill Patterson is the new Head Football Coach and Athletic Director at Sherman. Coach Patterson, who came from Justin Northwest, replaces Garry Kinne who has moved on. In Patterson’s first game as Coach, Sherman lost 63-0 to Frisco Lone Star on the road. Coach Patterson says his team is young with many first year starters. He says they will have to improve quickly. Coach Patterson says some call Sherman’s district the toughest in...

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Triston Abron Dissects the Defense
Sep02

Triston Abron Dissects the Defense

Wildcats Defensive Coordinator Triston Abron wants his defense to shutout Sherman Friday night at Gerald Prim Stadium. The Bearcats were kept off the scoreboard last week by Frisco Lone Star. Coach Abron says the Wildcats defense played with tremendous effort against Rockwall-Heath. He says if they keep it up, they will really do good things this year. He adds the defense’s mistakes last week are...

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Matt Young on last Week and the Upcoming Sherman Game
Sep02

Matt Young on last Week and the Upcoming Sherman Game

When asked about the Wildcats’ offensive performance last Friday against Rockwall-Heath, Offensive Coordinator Matt Young says he was disappointed that they did not get into the end zone enough. He cites a lack of execution and penalties. Coach Young says if the Wildcats execute, they can score on anyone. He says running back Tyler Rosamond and the offensive line are both physical helping them to run...

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Sherman Up Next
Aug31

Sherman Up Next

Wildcats Football Coach Greg Owens said his main emotion after Friday night’s 33-21 loss to Rockwall-Heath was disappointment. He was very impressed with the Hawks large offensive line and their hard-hitting defensive secondary. Coach Owens was complimentary of the play of both the Wildcats offensive and defensive lines. He noted the team didn’t play as well as they wanted to. Coach Owens added the Wildcats did play hard. Next for the...

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Hawks 33 – Wildcats 21
Aug30

Hawks 33 – Wildcats 21

The Wildcats’ football team stayed close to highly ranked Rockwall-Heath for three quarters Friday night before the Hawks finally seemed to wear the Wildcats down at the end. The Hawks scored twice in the fourth quarter to take a 33-21 win at home. The Hawks were able to stymie the Wildcats passing attack but the Wildcats were able to run the ball well. Back Tyler Rosamond ran for two touchdowns and quarterback Larry Pryor found the...

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