Two Sulphur wrestlers came home with medals on Saturday, after strong showings at the OSSAA Wrestling State Championships at Jim Norick Arena in Oklahoma City.
Lady Bulldog guard Payton James (14) drives in for a lay-up in Sulphur’s first-round regional loss to Ada. PHOTO BY DEJAY ARMS
Makella Mobly (5) gets off a short jumper as the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs lost to Ada in the regional’s first round. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
The Lady Bulldog’s Abby Beck (30) drives around a Chickasha defender in a regional consolation win over the Lady Chicks. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
The Sulphur girls had their backs against the wall last year, but were able to claw their way back through the consolation bracket of the regional tournament to keep their season alive.
The season came to an end for the Sulphur boys last week, as they fell in the regional tournament to two top ten teams in Ada and John Marshall.
Sulphur senior forward Korie Allensworth scored her 2,000th point in the Sulphur-Plainview game February 14, a major milestone in her career.
Sulphur got a big win over Latta last Tuesday night at home, before suffering a cold-shooting night in a loss to Plainview on Friday, continuing through a tough stretch of