Sulphur Bid For Title Comes Up Just Short

PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

The Bulldogs show off their runner-up trophy in last week’s Charles K. Heatley Classic in Lindsay. The Dogs lost to number one tournament seed, Community Christian School, in the finals.

Girls Storm To Title In Lindsay

PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK

The Lady Bulldogs stormed through the Charles K. Heatley Classic field almost untouched as they won their second tournament of the season to remain unbeaten. Above, the team shows off their championship plaque.

Big Week Of Homecoming Ceremonies Set

Pictured above left are the Sulphur High School wrestling homecoming king and queen candidates.They are, from left, seated Emily Davis, freshman,  Ally Dixon, sophomore,  Meredith Jones, junior, and Macenzie Ruth, senior. King candidates are Kyle Stevenson, senior,  John Farrell, senior,  Konner Lunsford, senior and Kolbe Madron, junior. In photo at right are the basketball queen and king candidates.They are, from left, seated, Randi Rogers, freshman, Charlie Rogers, sophomore, Harley Beesley, junior and Abby Beck, senior. The king candidates, standing, are Cedon Harazda, Tavius McDonald, Chett Taylor, Nash Matlack, all seniors. The wrestling homecoming is set for Thursday, Jan.16 and the basketball ceremonies will be held in conjunctions with games on Friday, Jan. 17.

News

Area Fires Burn Multiple Acres

Above, a grass fire lights up the evening sky on Tuesday, Jan. 7, east of Sulphur, on S.H.7 and Powell Rd.

Lighting Up The Sky

Register voters in the City of Sulphur will have four council members and a lodging tax proposal to decide on at the annual city election April 7.

Big Week Of Homecoming Ceremonies Set

Pictured above left are the Sulphur High School wrestling homecoming king and queen candidates.They are, from left, seated Emily Davis, freshman,  Ally Dixon, sophomore,  Meredith Jones, junior, and Macenzie Ruth, senior. King candidates are Kyle Stevenson, senior,  John Farrell, senior,  Konner Lunsford, senior and Kolbe Madron, junior. In photo at right are the basketball queen and king candidates.They are, from left, seated, Randi Rogers, freshman, Charlie Rogers, sophomore, Harley Beesley, junior and Abby Beck, senior. The king candidates, standing, are Cedon Harazda, Tavius McDonald, Chett Taylor, Nash Matlack, all seniors. The wrestling homecoming is set for Thursday, Jan.16 and the basketball ceremonies will be held in conjunctions with games on Friday, Jan. 17.

It will be a big week of activities at Sulphur High School beginning Thursday and continuing into Friday when kings and queens in wrestling and basketball will be crowned.

Obituaries

Naomi V. Hanni

Funeral services for Naomi V. Hanni were held 2:00 p.m., Monday, Jan. 13, 2020 at the Vinita Avenue Church of Christ in Sulphur, with Brother Danny Stewart and Brother Thomas J.

Patricia Lynn ‘Pat’ Blanton passed away in Oklahoma City on Friday, January 3, 2020, at the age of 73 years.

Bobby Don “Bob” Seward

Services for Bobby Don “Bob” Seward, of Sulphur, were held at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020 at First Free Will Baptist Church officiated by Rev. Richard Terry.

Sports

Sulphur Bid For Title Comes Up Just Short

PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS

The Bulldogs show off their runner-up trophy in last week’s Charles K. Heatley Classic in Lindsay. The Dogs lost to number one tournament seed, Community Christian School, in the finals.

Boys Lose To Number 1 Seed CCC In Charles K. Heatley Classic

Girls Storm To Title In Lindsay

PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK

The Lady Bulldogs stormed through the Charles K. Heatley Classic field almost untouched as they won their second tournament of the season to remain unbeaten. Above, the team shows off their championship plaque.

It was more of the same for the No. 13 and undefeated Sulphur Lady Bulldogs last weekend, as they rolled to three wins and a championship at the Charles K. Heatly Classic in Lindsay.

Dog Wrestlers Go 3-1 In Dual Tournaments

PHOTO BY SHAUN SWARTZ

The Bulldog’s Kyler Marshall (on top) controls his Ardmore opponent as the Dogs took on the Tigers in a dual January 7.

The Sulphur wrestlers had an up and down week, winning three duals and suffering a tough loss to Plainview that came down to a tiebreaker.

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