Sulphur Times-Democrat

by Whitt Carter 

Sulphur travels to Madill Friday night for the biggest game of the year, a huge district 3A-4 matchup that could heavily impact the playoff race. Sulphur (3-4, 2-1) currently sits at fourth in the district standings and a win this week would likely secure, at worst, a fourth place finish and a playoff berth.

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Grace Woodall is Oklahoma Foundation Quarter Horse Registry’s High Point winner for the year in Beginning Walk Trot. Grace competed on October 5, at the OKFQHR show held at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee. Riding Samson Mulder, owned by Bret and Moninya Mulder of Sulphur, she took first place in Beginning Walk Trot making her win High Point for 2014.

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by Whitt Carter 

Sulphur head coach Jim Dixon said last week that John Marshall was one of the most talented teams that the Bulldogs had ever faced in Class 3A in his 40+ years as head coach. Everyone at Agee Field last Friday night might agree with him now, too. John Marshall (7-0) racked up 467 yards – 327 on the ground – and handed the Dogs their third loss of the season to an undefeated team, 48-13.

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