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Out with the old in with new at Yantis

YANTIS — That is the latest motto sung at Yantis ISD. The school has recently undergone some needed renovations to the gymnasium and baseball facilities.

"We are so lucky to be in a financially healthy district," said Yantis athletic director Jack Bowles. "We can afford to do nice things without having to pass bonds like other small schools have to do."


Lady Cats swept by Rains

EMORY — Rains Lady Cats swept three game over Sulphur Springs 25-21, 25-11, 25-19 in non-district varsity volleyball competition played here Tuesday.

Sulphur Springs took the lead in the first game of the match. They had leads of 2-0, 5-2, 7-4 and 12-10. Rains came back to tie the game 12-12 on an ace by Torie Talkington. She added two more aces to give Rains a 14-12 advantage.


SS Upcoming athletic events


The Sulphur Springs sub-varsity football teams play at Whitehouse Thursday.

The ninth grade games will be at 4 and 5:30 p.m. followed by the JV at 7 p.m.

The varsity contest, the home opener of the year will be played vs. Whitehouse at Gerald Prim Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Friday.


Como-Pickton awards softball, baseball honors

Como-Pickton Lady Eagle softball players were selected for special awards at the 2008-2009 CPHS All-Sports Banquet. Those were from left, Michaela Williams for Most Improved, Megan McCoy-MVP, Violet Perez-Defensive Player, Christina Sandate-Eagle award, and Skye Brumley-Offensive Player award.




Sports in Brief

Volleyball Reports

CUMBY - Monday, Aug. 24, Cumby hosted Trenton in volleyball action. The Cumby Lady Trojans varsity team won in four sets: 25-11, Trenton came back to take a win 26-24. Cumby sealed the next two wins, 25-18, 25-15.

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