In a game with the district championship on the line, Sulphur's Bulldogs had their chances, but fell to undefeated Kingston, 30-26, last Thursday. The Dogs, shown above trotting out onto the field amid lots of fanfare, still could win 2nd in the district with wins in their final three games. See full coverage on page 4.
Sulphur’s Harley Beesley, left, made the game-winning catch against Henryetta in last week first-round state game. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Lady Bulldog Kinlee Duck swings at pitch in Sulphur’s first-round state playoff win over Henryetta last Thursday. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Sulphur’s storybook season came to an end last Friday, as the Lady Dogs fell to Tishomingo in the state semifinals 5-1.
The game of the year will go down on Thursday night at Agee Field, where undefeated Kingston comes to town with likely the district title on the line.
Sulphur’s TJ Todd, a senior wide receiver and defensive back, was named Player of the Week for his effort in the Bulldog’s 41-7 win over district foe Pauls Valley last Friday in the Dog’s six game of the season.
Sulphur running back Logan Smith (in white) races by one Pauls Valley defender and eludes another as the Dogs rolled to their fourth consecutive win last Friday. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
The run of dominant wins continued last Friday for Sulphur, as they rolled over Pauls Valley on the road and moved to 3-0 in district play with a 41-7 win.