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The Sulphur Tors soccer team has made a few position changes with an influx of younger players, but the transition has been smooth so far as SHS is off to a 2-0 start.“They are a different type of player,” Sulphur head coach Trevor Foolkes said. “They are a little bit younger and not as expe…

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The Sulphur Tors overcame a pair of destructive hurricanes to get back on the football field this season, but the coronavirus pandemic finally caught up with them.

A look back at some of the top individual performances during the third week (Mar. 9 to Mar. 15) of the 2020 prep baseball and softball season in the Southwest Daily News coverage area.

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Just days after all major sports leagues in the United State, as well as the NCAA, canceled or postponed their seasons because of the coronavirus pandemic, the LHSAA followed suit Friday evening.

A look back at some of the top individual performances during the first week (February 24 to Mar. 1) of the 2020 prep baseball and softball season in the Southwest Daily News coverage area.

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No. 11 Parkway’s had No. 6 Sulphur’s guards locked down most of the game, so the Tors turned to its inside duo of Raegan Ojoro and Moe Patterson and rallied for a 48-44 win Monday night in the regional round of the Class 5A playoffs.

COVINGTON — No. 17 Sulphur pulled even with No. 1 St. Paul’s in the second half and goalkeeper Tanner Massey stopped nearly a dozen shots, but the Wolves scored two unanswered goals to end the Tors’ season in the Division I regional round Wednesday night 3-1.