The Sulphur softball team got going last week, playing nine games and are now the No. 5 team in Class 5A after the first week of games.
The Sulphur powerlifters have been here before. They know what to expect. And now they are hoping to finish the job - for the third straight year. Sulphur won the
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Sulphur senior Payton Row drives through two Adair defenders in the Lady Bulldog’s first-round loss in the state tournament. Row led the team with a 27-point performance in the loss.
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Lady Bulldog Abby Beck looks for a open player to pass to in Sulphur’s loss to Adair last Thursday in the first round of the state tournament.
Although the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs fell short of winning the state title on the court, they were awarded the academic state championship in a ceremony at the state title game last Saturday in Oklahoma City.The girls are pictured above with their trophy along with head coach Toby Todd, assistant Tracy Eldred, principal Clete Cole and superintendent Paula Crawford. The Lady Bulldogs lost in the first round of state to the eventual champion, Adair.
The Sulphur Lady Bulldogs season came to an end last Thursday in the first round of the Class 3A State Tournament. Sulphur fell to eventual state champion Adair 54-47 on
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Sulphur Lady Bulldog’s basketball team members celebrate winning the Area Tournament championship and staking a claim in the state Class 3A tournament which begins Thursday in Oklahoma City. Sulphur won in a thriller over Roland, 33,-32, to advance on to the state meet where they will play Adair in first round action at 2:00 p.m. in the Oklahoma City University field house. In their only other state appearance, Sulphur completed an undefeated dream season by beating Perkins-Tryon to win the title in 2013.
The Sulphur baseball team kicks off their season this week, looking to improve off a tough year last season with a new coach leading the program. Mike Matlack takes over