It was a great weekend for the Sulphur wrestlers at the regional tournament in Marlow, as four Bulldogs qualified for the state tournament. Sophomore Kobe Madron was the regional champion
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The Sulphur boys, above, and girls, below, won their respective district titles last Saturday in Sulphur and will now head to the regional tournament in Henryetta on Thursday. The boys, coached by Chase Todd and Grant Bates, won in a nail-biter, 73-69, and the girls, led by Toby Todd and Tracey Eldred, scored 90 points and rolled to an easy win.
Things were not looking good for the Sulphur boys on Saturday night. They had been in control for most of the first half, leading by as many as 10, in
The Sulphur girls got a big win over Plainview on Tuesday but suffered just their second loss to Latta on Saturday night, as they will wrap up the regular season
The tough stretch for the Sulphur boys continued last week, as they fell twice to Plainview and Latta. The Dogs lost 65-42 to Class 4A Plainview on Tuesday and fell
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Lady Bulldog Payton Row (in white jersey) looks for a soft spot in Madill’s defense as the Sulphur girls won big over the Lady Wildcats. Row reached a milestone of 1,000 points in her Lady Bulldog career with a three-pointer late in the game.
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Lady Bulldog Abby Beck (with ball) looks for an open teammate in the girl’s win over Madill last Tuesday.
The No. 5 Sulphur girls had no problem last week as they continue to have a remarkable season and are kicking things into gear headed towards the playoffs. The Lady