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Cumby hosts homecoming

CUMBY — In honor of homecoming, Cumby will be hosting parade today starting at 7:30 p.m. followed by a bonfire. The parade will begin at the I-30 gas station and continue to the Cumby High School. The bonfire will be located behind the bus barn.
Fans are encouraged to "come hungry and celebrate homecoming!" as the Cumby FFA Booster Club will be selling barbecue plates and drink for $5 at the girls' softball concession stand. This will start at 6 p.m. and go until supplies run out.
Other activities for the week include a tailgate party by parents of athletes. The location will be on the practice field starting at 5:30 prior to the game against the Fruitvale Bobcats. Those interested in attending may bring a dish or dessert. Everyone is welcome.
Kickoff time for the homecoming game at Frazier-Lawrence Field is 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9.
Miller Grove takes home win from Fruitvale
FRUITVALE — The Miller Grove Lady Hornets went to Fruitvale last night and came back with a victory in three games. The Lady Hornets push their district mark to 6-1.
Scoring for Miller Grove was Shannon Stewart with 16 service points and one ace; Shayelynn Emerick had 14 points, four digs, nine assists, and two kills; Jena Burns scored 13, three digs, one assist, and two kills; Haley Potts with 11 points, one dig, two assists, and 12 kills; Nicole Hall also had 11 points, five assists, and 10 kills; and Mareyna Pillard scored 10 with a single ace, two digs, one block, and five kills.
Miller Grove will host Yantis Friday with the varsity game starting at 5 p.m.
Sulphur Bluff
loses to Avery
in volleyball   
SULPHUR BLUFF— Avery handed the Sulphur Bluff Lady Bears a volleyball loss 16-25, 13-25, and 20-25.
Attacking for the Lady Bears was: Ashley Bryant-8, Karissa Wolf- 4, and Ginger Thompson - 2. Serving was led by Jamie Goldsmith with eight, Wolf, Bryant and Brittany Andrews each had three, and Thompson added two.
Sulphur Bluff digs: Bryant-22, Haley Lawson-12, Mikayla Potts-11, Goldsmith-9, Becca Naylor-five, Wolf-four, and Thompson-three.
Wolf led blocking with five and Lawson had eight assists along with teammate Naylor with two.
The Lady Bears are struggling with a 0-6 district mark.
The JV team won the second game 25-22 but were downed 21-25 and 19-25 in the other two games against Avery. The Lady Bear JV team has a 7-3 record.
Attacks were made by Virgina Rodreguez, Kaitlyn Hancock, Katlyn Brown, and Heather Anderson each with two,  while Quince Duncan added one.
Serves for the Lady Bears JV were Brown with 13, Duncan with seven, Anderson had four, Stephanie Hogue and Hancock each had three, and Rodreguez put up two.
Leading in digs was Hancock with 10, Kelsey Dorner-eight, Rodreguez-seven, Duncan-six (with two assists), Anderson and Brown (also had two assists) each with three, and Hogue had two.
Next district game Tuesday, Oct. 13 , at Sulphur Bluff  with Dodd City as the visiting opponent starting at 4:30 p.m.
On Monday, Oct. 5, the Sulphur Bluff JH teams hosted Wolfe City. Lady Bears team 2 took two games to one against the opponent: 24-26, 25-11, and 25-23.  Team 2 is undefeated with an overall record of 8-0, 5-0 district.
Service points came by Lady Bears: Shelby Williams-14, Judy Brown-nine, Halie Wade-five, and Katelyn McDonald, Megan Fitzgerald, and Maria Alverez each had three.
Team 1 lost both games and the match, 17-25 and 22-25. Team 1 for Sulphur Bluff moved their overall record to 5-3, 4-1 district .
Leading in serves was: Maycee Potts and Duncan each had six, Sharp and Cheyenne Bryant both each had four, and Kaci Powers had two.
C-P competes
at Lindale race
LINDALE — The Como-Pickton cross country team went to the recent Lindale meet.
"It was a really big meet with several hundred athletes in attendance. This is a very important meet for our kids. They all went out and ran really well. I was very proud of them," said C-P head volleyball coach Virginia Green.
Girls Division (total competing 156)
Alondra Alonso- 14th place  – 13:50
Elizabeth Ledesma- 64th place - 15:40
Maggie Ledesma- 99th place – 16:56
Boys Division (total competing 170)
Hunter Cain- 24th place  – 19:18.    Luis Rasgado- 91st place - 21:59
Yoan Preciado- 90th place - 21:55    Beto Guerrero- 134th place - 23:58
Jake Mowat- 148th place  – 25:09
Dakota Johnson- 160th place -27.23.



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