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C-P JH track meet has area competitors

COMO — It has been a busy week for the Como-Pickton Junior High, they hosted two JH track meets (boys competed on Monday and girls on Tuesday).

Overall for the girls eighth grade division, Lone Oak took home first with 155 points, fifth place went to North Hopkins with 52 points, Cumby had 44 points for sixth, Como-Pickton placed seventh with 32. For boys eighth grade, Como-Pickton won second with 117 points just behind Rains with 180, seventh went to Cumby with 22, and nine points was eighth place for North Hopkins.

"I want to note that I have very small numbers in athletes.  I have nine seventh graders and six eighth graders. My girls compete with much strength and integrity. I had one non-sprinter eighth grader  last night who ran a leg in the 1600-meter relay, but she did it because her team needed her to step up. My vaulter Tori Fuller fell on the bar during one of her attempts and still ran over and triple jumped and placed," said C-P girls track coach Virginia Green. "I also want to thank Coach Mowat, Coach Bates, and Coach Woods for helping the girls with their events. Thanks to all who helped make the meet go well including Coach Yates, Coach Tullis and Coach Roller. That is one thing I can say about Como-Pickton is that we do work as a team."


Cumby beats Miller Grove; Cook strikes out 16 batters

CUMBY — The Cumby Trojans opened District 17-A baseball action with a 9-2 win over the Miller Grove Hornets Tuesday.

Junior Tim Cook notched his second win of the season pitching a complete game two hitter, striking out 16.  After giving up two runs - one earned run - in the top of the first inning, Cook allowed only one baserunner the rest of the game-that on his own throwing error on a comebacker to the mound.


Take me out the ballgame

Ashley Moore, 8, is getting ready for softball season by getting new cleats.  Bradley Washington, Fieldhouse Sports employee, is helping her to make sure she gets just the right fit.
Staff photo by Kim Rogers

Lady Cats open district softball at Marshall

It’s go time.
After long bus rides to tournaments, dust-filled practices and hitting drills held in near freezing conditions, it’s time for district.

Lady Cats scratch for 6-2 soccer win

The weather could not have been better for the Lady Cat soccer team on Monday, senior night, at Gerald Prim Stadium.  Sulphur Springs took an exciting, high scoring victory from the Lady Cats of Paris High, 6-2.                                                                                                                                                                 
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