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Homers propel Sulphur Springs past Lion baseball

Ennis was the better team out of the gate on Thursday night in Forney, but a trio of homers in the span of two innings allowed the Sulphur Springs Wildcats to power past the maroon team 10-4.
Lion baseball (19-10-1) led 2-0 in the bottom of the third before the Wildcats hit a three-run shot and a pair of two-run homers to seize control of the contest. Sulphur Springs finished with more hits (12-6) and errors (3-0).

“(Sulphur Springs) hit the ball well; they hit it better than we’d seen the first couple of games,” said coach Kevin Kalinec after the two squads split a pair of tournament games earlier in the season. “They hit some good pitches at times, but we also left a few (pitches up). We knew they were aggressive swingers.”

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