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Wildcats Baseball Hosts Hallsville for Senior Night


Coach Jerrod Hammack’s team hosts Hallsville on Tuesday, Apr. 26, the lone team in action on this Tuesday game day.

Sulphur Springs looks to extend their win streak to three with an upset of Hallsville.

The Bobcats look to close out their season with a win as tonight’s contest in Sulphur Springs is their regular season finale.

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Hallsville (10-1, first in 15-5A) entering tonight’s contest is a full three games ahead of second place Texas High (7-4). The Bobcats clinched the district with Mount Pleasant’s win Friday over Texas High.

The Wildcats look to keep their playoff hopes alive with an upset win over Hallsville.

Longview on this Tuesday game day travels across town to take on rival Pine Tree. The Lobos (5-5, fourth in 15-5A) enter their duel with the Pirates a game ahead of Sulphur Springs with just one game left for both schools.

If Longview beats Pine Tree, the Wildcats will be eliminated from postseason contention.

With that, Coach Hammack and his squad must win out if they wish to make the post-season outright. Anything else and it gets murky for Wildcats baseball.

Sulphur Springs looks to best Hallsville on their Senior Night and keep playoff hopes alive.

That game tees off at Wildcat Park Tuesday, Apr. 26 at 7 P.M. Senior night festivities begin 15 minutes prior to tee-off.

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Author: Ross LaBenske

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