Sulphur picked up two more wins this past week, beating Kingston and Plainview to move to 13-4 on the year.
Sulphur running back Logan Smith, left, sprints to the outside as the Dogs took on Class 4A power Tuttle last Friday. Smith was the Dog’s leading rusher with 94 yards on 21 rushes in the 28-7 loss. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Sulphur defenders TJ Todd, right and Reese Ratchford, left, (in white), go up to defend against a pass attempt, but the big Tiger receiver was able to bring down the catch on a big play. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Sulphur knew traveling to highly-ranked Tuttle it would be a test to open the season last Friday.
Lady Bulldog Kinlee Duck, second from right facing camera, tags out a Davis base runner in the Murray County Bash last week. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Sulphur coach Heath Gilbert, left, waves base runner Meredith Jones onto home as the Lady Bulldogs throttled Davis in the Murray County bash last Thursday. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Lady Bulldog players Meredith Jones, left, and Ally Dixon, enjoy an exciting moment in last week’s Murray County Bash tournament against Davis. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
It was another great week for the Lady Dogs, as Sulphur picked up six more wins and a runner-up finish at the Murray County Bash.
Football is back, baby.
ABOVE: Lady Bulldog players and coaches show off their runner-up plaque in last weekend’s Byng/Latta Back-To-School Classic where they went 3-1. The team then posted a big district win over Davis on Monday to go along with an opening season win over Byng on August 10 to give them a 5-1 record in the first week of the season. PHOTOS BY SABRINA DUCK
LEFT: Sulphur pitcher Harley Beesley winds up for a throw to the plate in the Lady Bulldog’s opening season win over Byng on August 10.
Sulphur continued its winning ways in the last week, going 4-1 following a season-opening win over Byng last Monday.