Tuesday game day match versus Paris has been slightly altered.
While Coach Brandon Shaver’s men’s basketball team were originally slated to take on Paris at home today at 4:30 P.M., it has been pushed back to 6 P.M.
Today’s match versus Paris is also Medical Personnel Appreciation night for the men’s basketball program.
The battle for Wildcats supremacy will begin at 6 P.M. with varsity only.
Sulphur Springs had a big day last Saturday when they travelled to Tyler to take on Tyler Legacy, beating the Red Raiders 72-30 in the season-opener for the Wildcats.
Coach Brandon Shaver’s squad fired on all cylinders in their regular-season opener as they built a 10-point lead after one 16-6. In the second quarter the Wildcats put their foot on the gas as they stormed out to a 38-11 halftime advantage.
While the Red Raiders of Tyler Legacy were able to score 19 in the second half, Sulphur Springs continued to roll and put up 34 more points en route to a dominating 72-30 win in their road-opener.
The season-opening win gave the Wildcats a 1-0 record to start their season. They will look to push their record to 2-0 if they can get the win at home versus Paris.
Tuesday’s non-district contest versus Paris at 6 P.M. will be broadcasted on to KSST 1230 AM.
If given permission by Paris, we will also be broadcasting on to KSST Radio’s YouTube channel.