North Forney 70, Sulphur Springs 13
Cumby 20, Era 8
Wolfe City 43, Como-Pickton 20
It was a sad Senior Night for Sulphur Springs as they ended the football season
at home with a 70-13 district loss to North Forney.
The Wildcats ended the year at 1-9 out of the playoffs. North Forney even with the win, district
not earn a ticket to postseason.
The visiting Falcons warmed up the 45-degree night at Gerald Prim Stadium scoring at least once in
all four quarters.
Sulphur Springs drew first blood, scoring in the first quarter on a Kaden Wallace to Bryant Sanchez 14-yard touchdown pass.
The Falcons got the next three scores in the opening frame to build a 21-6 lead. The key momentum turner was a 65-yard
LaMarcus Kirk interception return.
Da'Korian "Choc" Sims scored on a 1-yard run for the Wildcats in the second quarter. Even with the Brandon Zavala extra point, it was not enough.
The Wildcats were down 49-13 at the half. Sulphur Springs was outscored 22-0 in the second half, even with the Falcons using reserves.
Cumby went to 7-3 overall, 2-2 in district with a 20-8 district victory over winless Era.
The Trojans will meet Simms Bowie in Mount Pleasant in the first round of the playoffs.
Como-Pickton fell 43-20 against Wolfe City.
Wolfe City went to 8-2 overall, 3-1 in district.
The Eagles are now 4-6 on the season, 1-3 in district.
Como-Pickton did earn a playoff berth.