C-P students head for UIL regionals

Frem Staff Reports

Apr. 13, 2007 - Three Como-Pickton students left this morning for Tyler, where they will compete in the Regional Academic University Interscholastic League meet.

Staff Photo by Angela Pitts

Como-Pickton High School students (left to right) Madalyn Russell, Pamela Baxley and Lanequia Bryant have moved on to compete in the Academic UIL Regional meet in Tyler.

The group is composed of two sophomores, Madalyn Russell and Lanequia Bryant, and one senior, Pamela Baxley.

Baxley leads the region bound UIL squad, qualifying for regionals with four first place ranks in all four journalism events — editorial writing, headline writing, feature writing and news writing — at the district meet. Madalyn Russell will compete in extemporaneous speaking with her second place district rank. Lanequia Bryant follows in her sister’s footsteps with her third place district rank in Lincoln-Douglas debate.

Russell and Bryant also qualified as alternates for poetry and extemporaneous speaking respectfully.

�All of these students are ready for the regional competitions held this year in Tyler. Congratulations and good luck!� said Jackie Russell on behalf of school officials.

From Staff Reports

Three Como-Pickton students left this morning for Tyler, where they will compete in the Regional Academic University Interscholastic League meet.

The group is composed of two sophomores, Madalyn Russell and Lanequia Bryant, and one senior, Pamela Baxley.

Baxley leads the region bound UIL squad, qualifying for regionals with four first place ranks in all four journalism events — editorial writing, headline writing, feature writing and news writing — at the district meet. Madalyn Russell will compete in extemporaneous speaking with her second place district rank. Lanequia Bryant follows in her sister’s footsteps with her third place district rank in Lincoln-Douglas debate.

Russell and Bryant also qualified as alternates for poetry and extemporaneous speaking respectfully.

�All of these students are ready for the regional competitions held this year in Tyler. Congratulations and good luck!� said Jackie Russell on behalf of school officials.

Older Archives

Looking for News-Telegram Sports and News Archives for January 2004 - November 2008