Facing their third straight game last week, as well as their second in a 24-hour span, the Sulphur Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs gave their fans plenty to cheer about Saturday afternoon.

Facing their third straight game last week, as well as their second in a 24-hour span, the Sulphur Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs gave their fans plenty to cheer about Saturday afternoon.

Both teams were able to record victories over Pauls Valley, with the Lady Bulldogs improving to 6-0 while the Bulldogs moved to 5-1.

Sulphur is on the road this evening against Tishomingo beginning at 6:30 p.m. 

Girls
Sulphur 51
Pauls Valley 49

It’s almost tradition for it to be a close contest when the Lady Bulldogs and Lady Panthers face off against one another.

Saturday was no exception as the No. 11 Sulphur girls managed to pull out a narrow two-point victory to stay undefeated on the season.

Sulphur held a 12-7 lead at the end of the first quarter, before being outscored 13-8 in the second, as the Lady Bulldogs were even with the Lady Panthers at 20-20 going into the break.

Pauls Valley appeared to have the upper hand with a 19-12 third quarter scoring run, before the Lady Bulldogs stormed back in the fourth, outscoring the opposition by a count of 19-10 to steal away the victory.

Payton Row led the Lady Bulldogs with 19 points in the game, followed by Payton James, Kady Lynch and Abby Beck each with eight points apiece.

Boys
Sulphur 78
Pauls Valley 60

After falling in the semifinals of the Madill Winter Classic, the Sulphur Bulldogs have started to find a groove.

Saturday afternoon the Bulldogs earned their fourth straight victory with a comfortable win over the Panthers, marking the third time this season they have eclipsed the 70 plus point mark.

Sulphur ended the first quarter leading 20-12, before turning it up in the second with 26 points to lead 46-24 going into the break.

The Bulldogs kept the momentum going in the third with a 15-13 quarter, before being outscored 23-17 in the fourth.

Cole Johnson led the Bulldogs with 20 points followed by Weston Arms with 19 points, and Price Daube with 18 points.