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C-P eighth graders win track title

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COMO — The Como-Pickton JH Eagles competed and hosted the District 13-2A boys track meet Monday.
The eighth grade C-P team bounced back from a 60 point deficit after field events to win first with 123 points. Grand Saline place second with 118, Lone Oak came in third with 103, and Winnsboro was fourth with 90.
"This is the first time this eighth grade group has beaten Grand Saline in a track meet.  They usually finish well ahead of us, but we beat them when it counted the most," said C-P Eagle head track coach Greg Roller.  "We finally got to the point where we were able to get more fourth, fifth and sixth places which helped put us ahead of them. I really appreciated all the help from all the other schools and C-P staff that helped make the track meet successful for all the schools involved."

SBOE takes first step to equalize graduation credits

The State Board of Education took the first steps to equalize graduation credits for high school athletes on Thursday, March 26. The board passed out of committee "Option 2" of the five options that were presented by the Texas Education Association staff for consideration of increasing allowable graduation credits for athletics.


Area Sporting Events Schedule

Opening ceremonies for girls softball will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, on the Darlins field at Buford Park.

Area School Sports Schedule

Como-Pickton Eagles and Lady Eagles at Winona track meet
North Hopkins Panthers and Lady Panthers at Winona track meet

Como-Pickton Lady Eagles softball hosts in make-up due to rain game against Lone Oak at 6:30 p.m.


Lady Cats beat Texas High, 3-2

TEXARKANA — In a battle of Lady Cats and Lady Tigers, the game which could decide the pecking order in the softball district went to the Lady Cats.
Sulphur Springs rallied for three runs in the sixth inning to stage a come-from-behind 3-2 win and knock the Texas High Lady Tigers out of the undefeated ranks in District 13-4A competition.

SS freshmen beat Saltillo, 10-2

The trip into non-district play was not a pleasant journey for the Saltillo Lady Lions.
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