Sul Ross

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Texas–Indian Wars - End of The Republic, Beginning of The United States in Texas: 1845–1861 - Battle of Pease River, Recapture of Cynthia Ann Parker: 1860
... The official version is that Sul Ross and his forces managed to catch the Noconi Band of the Comanche by surprise, and wiped them out, including their leader ... agree that at sunrise on December 18, 1860, Rangers and Militia under Sul Ross found and surprised a group of Comanche camped on Mule Creek, a tributary of the Pease River ...
Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association - Championships - Baseball
... 1988 Sul Ross State 1989 Tarleton State 1990 Sul Ross State 1991 Tarleton State 1992 Howard Payne 1993 Howard Payne 1994 Howard Payne 1995 Hardin-Simmons 1996 Sul Ross State ...
Mike Flynt - Division III Football
... Flynt found out he was eligible to return to Sul Ross State ... He played his last collegiate game for the Sul Ross State Lobos in 1970 ... Flynt's fan club, known as the "Sul Ross Baby Boomers", along with Mary Hardin-Baylor's "Couch Cru" student section chanted for number 49 to come into the game ...
Mike Flynt - Early Career
... He later attended Sul Ross State in 1969, which was a member of the NAIA ... The Sul Ross State Lobos were in the Lone Star Conference with East Texas State, a school that featured future NFL stars Harvey Martin and Dwight White ... The highlight of Flynt's two years at Sul Ross was participating in a victory against A I with its only loss in '69 ...

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