Date, Time, Place: June 7-July 15 (Monday through Thursday), 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at SSHS Fieldhouse
Who: Boys and girls entering grades 9-12
Contact: Greg Owens
Former Como-Pickton track athlete and 2010 graduate, Cooksey signed a letter of intent to attend Bacone College on Thursday, June 27. The college offered a scholarship that will provide 35 percent of the total cost of his first year to be renewable yearly.
“I am very excited,” Cooksey said after his visit to the small four-year liberal arts college associated with the American Baptist Church that also embraces an historic educational mission with American Indians. Lifetime member of the First Baptist Church in Sulphur Springs, Cooksey was pleased with the “everybody knows everybody” feel related with his chosen college.
COMMERCE —Texas A&M University-Commerce sophomore women's golfer Malonie Oats was named to the 2009-10 National Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar Golf Team on Monday.