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Sulphur’s Kinlee Duck smashes a hit in the Lady Bulldog’s Murray County Bash tournament last week.The local girls won the runner-up title, losing to Byng in the title game.

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Sulphur football players, coaches, managers and cheerleaders pose for a media day photo last week as they get ready for the start of the 2019 football season.

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Primed And Ready

Dogs Head To Ringling Thursday In Final Scrimmage As Season Opener Looms Sept. 6

Sulphur was finally able to hit someone else last Thursday, as the Dogs took on Lindsay in a scrimmage.

The Dogs had success on offense and defense, while playing a lot of players in the first action of the season.

“I was pretty pleased with how they played,” Sulphur head coach Jim Dixon said. “I thought we played well for being just the second week. We played a lot of kids and I think that’s something that we want to do this year if we can.”

The teams had to deal with weather issues that pushed the scrimmage back a little while, which almost resulted in not getting to play.

“We weren’t sure we were going to play,” Dixon said. “We kept getting lightning and thunder and had to wait for 30 minute periods. Luckily we waited one more time and it let up. We were all glad.”



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