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Wildcats open grid practice Monday

From Staff Reports
    Sulphur Springs coaches are already making plans for the official start of football next week.

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Bright Star
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    The registration for the fall season for Bright Star baseball is open now according to league officials.

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Bowling league report for Aug. 2

Mason Virgel has been on a mission over the last few outings as he strives to take overall individual high average in the Tuesday Night Mixed Doubles league. 

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Cumby excited about grid practice

    The Cumby Trojans are already inserting plays to be used during the upcoming football season.

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Football practice begins

From Staff Reports
    
    COMO — Close to 50 players reported for duty at the first football practice for the Como-Pickton Eagles according to head coach Charles Swann.
    “We had a good turnout, we expect a few more freshmen to come out,” Swann said. “I am very excited about this upcoming year and what our football team can do.”
    Swann met with the players and coaches before practice.
    Como-Pickton has several new coaches which brings up the enthusiasm level for the squad.
    “We have a chance to put up some points and have a great year,” Swann told the group.
    The Eagles are switching to the spread this season.
    “I think we can have fun and explode into something special this year,” Swann said.
    The players and coaches reached the field at 8:15 a.m. and started conditioning drills before practicing on football.
    “We will do conditioning first every day,” Swann said, “Then we’ll go 9-10 a.m. on offense and practice defense, 10-11 a.m. and then after that go to the weight room.”

Cumby works on baseball diamond

    CUMBY — Football practice started for schools all over the state.
    For the Trojans of Cumby the hard work was being done at a unique location, the baseball field.
    The high school football field was not ready for use, so head coach Tom Dracos and his staff moved workouts to the diamond.
    The Trojans started workouts at 8 a.m. and they will continue all week.
    Coaches will be able to get a better read on the players and their conditioning when pads are issued Friday.
    Dracos said his team is eager to have a good year after missing the playoffs last season despite having chances to make a postseason run.
    Close to 35 players were at drills the first day of practice which lasted several hours.

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