It was quite the year for Sulphur sports, to say the least. Numerous appearances at state for a slew of sports, a bunch of individual honors and a brandnew facility
A large group of Sulphur football seniors was named to the Class 3A-2 All District team over the weekend, including Tavius McDonald, who helped lead the Dogs to an 8-3 record in 2019.
ABOVE: Lady Bulldog Korie Allensworth drives to the basket as Sulphur picked up a first round win over Dickson in the Madill tourney.
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LEFT: Sulphur’s Harley Beesley (with ball) battles through two Dickson defenders in the Lady Bulldog’s first-+round win in the Madill Winter Classic Tournament last Thursday.
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Sulphur’s Payton James goes up for a layup in the Lady Bulldog’s win over Dickson in first-round action of the Madill Winter Classic tourney.
The Sulphur Lady Bulldogs have big expectations for this season. Mainly, get back to the state tournament and go the whole way.
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Sulphur’s Weston Arms (0) keeps his focus on the basket while an opponent crashes over his head in a game last week in the Madill Winter Classic Tournament.
It was a great start for the Sulphur boys basketball team last weekend at the Madill Winter Classic, as the Dogs had no problem going 3-0, beating Dickson, Ardmore JV and Putnam Heights.
The Sulphur Lady Bulldogs will look to repeat what they did last season, and maybe take things a couple of games further, as they open the season on Friday at