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Como-Pickton awards softball, baseball honors

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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.

 

 

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Sports in Brief

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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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Area teams in big grid games

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It’s just the second week of football, but it is not to early to call games coming up as key contests.

The Sulphur Springs Wildcats are 1-0, but not getting respect statewide for a team coming off a Class 4A title. They only moved from up from 40 to 39 in the rankings after beating a good 3A Paris team, 33-21. This week No. 25 Whitehouse is a four-point favorite playing Sulphur Springs at Gerald Prim Stadium Friday at 7:30 p.m. Whitehouse is 0-1, coming off a tough 41-34 loss to Garland Nameen Forest.

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Nichols gets honor

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Southeastern wide receiver Daniel Nichols has been named the Lone Star Conference North Division Offensive Player of the Week following the Savage Storm’s 54-38 win over Henderson State. Nichols, of Cooper, helped lead Southeastern’s win in the season opener with seven catches, 131-yard receiving. He tied the school record for touchdown catches in a game with three.

Summer bowling leagues at Classic Lanes end with a bang

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Chad Dailey fired a 729 three-game series during Sunday night‘s position round.

Dailey rolled a 10 strikes in a row for a 288 in his second game of the set.  Dailey also bagged a 249 to end the night 81 pins above his average for series.  Dailey also finished 27 pins above his individual average of 216 with 243 for the evening.

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