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ABOVE: Sulphur’s Price Daube, right, scores the Bulldog’s first touchdown in their loss to Heritage Hall last Friday. Daube scored on a 43-yard strike from quarterback Cole Johnson in the third quarter.

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BELOW: Sulphur cheerleaders gather before the start of last Friday night’s state championship game at Western Heights High School.

Perfect Storm Dooms Dogs

What started as a stormy night with a couple of rain delays, ended in a game to forget for Sulphur, as they fell to Heritage Hall 50-14 in the Class

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The Bulldogs Tavius McDonald, second from left, took it to the house on the opening kickoff against Kingfisher, going 90 yards for a score that set the tone for the rest of the game as Sulphur won and booked a trip to the state championship game. At left leading the charge is David Powell (1).

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Sulphur freshman lineman Brandon Lloyd harasses Kingfisher quarterback Jett Sternberger as the Dogs beat the Yellowjackets to earn their fourth trip to the state finals.

Gold Ball Just One Win Away

The time is now. Sulphur will play for the state title for the first time since 2004 on Friday night, when they take on top-ranked Heritage Hall at Western Heights

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Sulphur’s Trey Kiser (32) dodges two Kingfisher defenders and scores a touchdown as the Bulldogs beat the Yellowjackets last Friday to earn a trip to the big dance on Friday.

Sulphur’s Price Daube (9) covers up a Kingfisher receiver on a long pass attempt as Sulphur skipped past Kingfisher in last Friday’s semifinals.

MAKING A STATE CASE

To get back to the state title game for the first time in 14 years, Sulphur had to get past a familiar playoff foe. In the way stood a Kingfisher

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