The Sulphur Lady Bulldogs are pictured after winning the regional championship in October. The team went on to win their first round of the fastpitch state tournament before bowing out in the semis.
Former Sulphur senior forward Korie Allensworth scored her 2,000th point in the Sulphur-Plainview game February 14, a major milestone in her career.
Sulphur pitcher Taigen White winds up for a throw in the Bulldog’s monumental win over Blanchard, ending their 40-game winning streak as the team began a promising season in early March. Sadly, the pandemic ended school sports and with it a Sulphur’s hopes for a title.
2020 Sports’ Year In Review
In the wildest, wackiest and weirdest year ever, one thing remained true.
Sulphur High School achieved a boatload of success, continuing to excel in many sports, capturing team achievements and individual awards/honors in a unique year that provided many challenges.
After another very good basketball season by the Lady Dogs and a solid year from the boys on the hardwood, coupled with another good showing from the wrestling team at state, the Dogs were ready to fire on all cylinders in the spring.
However, as COVID-19 swept across the country rapidly, all schools and sports shutdown quickly in mid March, just after or at the time all spring sports could even get started.
Things never resumed for the 2019-2020 school year, leaving seniors in those spring sports wondering what would’ve been, which is the toughest pill imaginable for an athlete to swallow - not even getting a chance to compete.
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