Wildcats outscored 20-0 late by Tigers in defeat

Caden Davis accounted for more than 100 yards of total offense for the Wildcats with 16 rushes and five pass receptions. The Wildcats fell 41-14 at Corsicana. Sulphur Springs will host rival Greenville Friday, Oct. 25 at Gerald Prim Stadium. Courtesy/Cathy Bryan
Sulphur Springs | Football CORSICANA — The homecoming crowd at Tiger Stadium went home happy as Corsicana exploded for 20-second half points as they rolled to a 41-14 win over Sulphur Springs, Friday, Oct. 18. The Wildcats were outscored 20-0 in the final half as the Tigers displayed why they are near the top of the District 8-5A standings with a powerful offense and stingy defense. Corsicana…

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