Both Soccer and Basketball Teams in Action for Tuesday Game Day

Basketball and Soccer

For the second straight day, four teams are in action for Tuesday game day.

Tuesday, Feb. 8 brings both basketball teams and both soccer squads in district play.

The first team up on Tuesday is Lady Cats basketball, finishing out their season on the road in Longview.

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Last night the women’s basketball team hosted Senior Night, originally scheduled for last Friday, and fell to Hallsville 53-9 on Monday, Feb. 7.

Coach Delley’s squad finishes up their winter 2021-22 season on the road today in Longview.

That game tips off with the Lady Lobos on Tuesday, Feb. 8 at 6:15 P.M.

Moving over to the men’s team, Coach Brandon Shaver’s Wildcats host Longview on this Tuesday game day.

Men’s basketball beat Hallsville at Bobcat Coliseum last Saturday, which put the Wildcats in the drivers seat for winning a district crown.

If Sulphur Springs beats Longview and Mount Pleasant this week at home, and follows those victories up with a win next Tuesday at Texas High, men’s basketball will finish as undisputed district champs.

The first victory of three they need to earn the No. 1 seed comes against Longview at home on Tuesday, Feb. 8.

That game tips off in the SSHS Main Gym at 7 P.M.


Moving over to soccer, both squads take on Marshall.

Lady Cats soccer are back at home on this Tuesday game day hosting the Lady Mavs.

Coach Javier Aguayo’s squad look to get their first district win on Tuesday at Gerald Prim Stadium after starting district play 0-3.

Women’s soccer has an excellent chance to do that Tuesday, Feb. 8 as they host Marshall.

The Lady Mavs come in to Tuesday’s district match-up sporting an 0-2 record and look to get their first win in district play as well.

That game kicks off at the Prim on Tuesday, Feb. 8 at 7:15 P.M.

Men’s soccer also take on the Mavericks, but in Marshall on this Tuesday game day.

Coach Alexi Upton’s squad beat Texas High 6-0 last Saturday to get their first win in district play, now sitting at fourth at 1-2.

The win over the Tigers over the weekend saw five different Wildcats score, including three more who assisted on goals.

If Sulphur Springs wishes to improve their standing in District 15-5A they will need to extend their win streak to two by beating Marshall (0-1-1) at Maverick Stadium.

That game kicks off in Marshall at 7:15 P.M.

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Author: Ross LaBenske

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