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Prepping the next batch

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061622 baseball campCoach Austin Riddell, Head Baseball Coach for the Coldspring Trojans, instructs the young athletics attending the Baseball camp what the day will have for them. Showing the young Athletics the way the Trojans playball and how things are done in Trojan country. Photo by Charles Ballard

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COLDSPRING — The COCISD Trojans took the time to pass along their knowledge of America’s Pastime during a recent camp.
Head Coach Austin Riddell said the camp serves as an instructional league for the athletes, as well as a way to start building a new generation of players for the school.

It was the third baseball camp, the first after a hiatus due to COVID, and Riddell said it is going to be an annual occurrence.
Around 40 athletes signed up to come and more was expected; the Trojan baseball team, along with several high school coaches, were the instructors.

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Winning times

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041422 track

Shepherd Pirates fared well at a recent district meet at Huffman. Winners include H.D. Green, 1st place 100-meter and 200-meter; Aidan Weeks, 3rd place 300-meter hurdles; 4x200-meter relay, 2nd place: A. Weeks, R. Charles, E. Wyatt, H.D. Green; and 4x400-meter relay, 3rd place: H. Kyle, J. Solis, A. Wallace, A. Weeks. Courtesy photo

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Athletes commit

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 COCISD Athletic Director Ken Stanley was very proud to introduce the three Trojan seniors who signed to play college football on Tuesday, April 5. “It has been an honor to come to know them, learn about their families and interests, and watch as these boys have turned into the young men they are today,” said Stanley. Photos by Cassie Gregory COCISD Athletic Director Ken Stanley was very proud to introduce the three Trojan seniors who signed to play college football on Tuesday, April 5. “It has been an honor to come to know them, learn about their families and interests, and watch as these boys have turned into the young men they are today,” said Stanley. Photos by Cassie Gregory

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COLDSPRING — Coldspring-Oakhurst High School seniors K.D. Bookman, Eddy Brown and Hayden Richardson were celebrated by administrators and staff, family and friends as they signed letters of commitment to play college football on April 5. 

Bookman signed with Howard Payne University, and Brown and Richardson signed with Texas Lutheran University. They were all awarded scholarships to attend their prospective universities.

“It makes me very proud to introduce these three amazing athletes who will continue their education through playing football, K.D. at Howard Payne, and Hayden and Eddy at Texas Lutheran,” said Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Ken Stanley. “It has been my pleasure to coach these young men and the entire Class of 2022. Throughout the process over the years, it has been an honor to come to know them, learn about their families and interests, and watch as these boys have turned into the young men they are today.”

From left, Coldspring-Oakhurst High School seniors Eddy Brown, Hayden Richardson and K.D. Bookman were surrounded by their families as they signed Letters of Intent on Tuesday, April 5.From left, Coldspring-Oakhurst High School seniors Eddy Brown, Hayden Richardson and K.D. Bookman were surrounded by their families as they signed Letters of Intent on Tuesday, April 5.

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San Jac schools compete at Bulldog Relays

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CORRIGAN — The Coldspring-Oakhurst Trojans and Lady Trojans both captured third at the Bulldog Relays on Thursday.

Cross-county rival, Shepherd, Pirates came in seventh at the meet, while the Lady Pirates came in 11th.

Individually, Trojan Xzavien Major took a first place for a 6-foot leap in the high jump, while Lady Trojan Miya Ellis took first in the 200-meter dash.

The Coldspring Lady Trojans 4x100 relay team, comprised of Brianna Shaw-Rucker, Alexis Chandler, I’kira Byrd and Miya Ellis, won first. 

Alexis Chandler of, Coldspring, took first in the triple jump.

H.D. Green won a first for the Pirates in the 200-meter dash, and the 4x200 team of E. Wyatt

H.D. Green, A. Weekes and R. Charles took a first as well.

Bulldog Relay Results

Boys

Team Results

1st Garrison, 2nd Corrigan-Camden, 3rd, Coldspring, 4th Trinity, 5th (tie) Douglass, 5th (tie) Huntington, 7th Shepherd, 8th Diboll, 9th Pollok-Central, 10th Goodrich, 11th Anderson-Shiro, 12th (tie) Onalaska, 12th (tie) Pineywoods Community Academy

100-meter Dash

2nd, HD Green, Shepherd, 11.14

200-meter Dash

1st, HD Green, Shepherd, 22.20

400-meter Dash

5th, D Hymer, Shepherd, 53.50

6th, Eric Wyatt, Coldspring, 53.63

110-meter Hurdles

3rd, Carter Currie, Coldspring, 18.34

5th, Cody Everett, Coldspring, 20.28

300-meter Hurdles

2nd, Carter Currie, Coldspring, 44.70

4x100-meter Relay

3rd, Kiysean Sykes, Kelvin Harden, Elijah Major, Eddy Brown, Coldspring, 45.29

4x200-meter Relay

1st, E Wyatt, HD Green, A Weekes, R Charles, Shepherd, 1:34.03

6th, Kelvin Harden, Xzavien Major, Christian Lee, Luke Monroe, Coldspring, 1:37.80

4x400-meter Relay

3rd, A Wallace, D Hymer, H Kyle, A Weekes, Shepherd, 3:44.57

Long Jump

2nd, Elijah Major, Coldspring, 20’-5 1/4”

Shot Put

3rd, Ricky Lewis, Coldspring, 39’-10”

Discus

5th,-meter Walters, Shepherd, 108’-8 1/2”

6th, J Guidry, Shepherd, 106’-11 1/4”

Triple Jump

4th, Kiysean Sykes, Coldspring, 37’-10”

High Jump

1st, Xzavien Major, Coldspring, 6’-0”

4th, Eric Wyatt, Coldspring, 5’-8”

5th, Xzadrian Roberts, Coldspring, 5’-8”

6th, A Weekes, Shepherd, 5’-8”

Pole Vault

2nd, Carter Currie, Coldspring, 12’-0”

4th, Jared Sims, Coldspring, 9’-0”

Girls

Team Results

1st Trinity 124, 2nd Douglass 107, 3rd Coldspring, 70, 4th Garrison 68, 5th Anderson-Shiro 51, 6th Huntington 45, 7th Pollok-Central 40, 8th Onalaska 31, 9th Diboll 26, 10th Goodrich 20, 11th Shepherd, 15, 12th Pineywoods Community Academy 14, 13th Corrigan-Camden 0

100-meter Dash

2nd, Miya Ellis, Coldspring, 12.94

3rd, Downey, Sarah, Shepherd, 13.00

200-meter Dash

1st, Miya Ellis, Coldspring, 27.22

4x100-meter Relay

1st, Brianna Shaw-Rucker, Alexis Chandler, I’kira Byrd, Miya Ellis, Coldspring, 52.38

4th, Clark, Tiana, Downey, Sarah, Hinds, Crista, Foxworth, Kami, Shepherd, 55.52

4x200-meter Relay

6th, Honesti Bradford,  Makayla Rice, I’kira Byrd, Alexis Chandler, Coldspring, 1:59.50

4x400-meter Relay

6th, Ryvers Sosa, Sumiyah Portilla, Alexis Chandler, Shaniyah Goffney, Coldspring, 5:05.00

Long Jump

3rd, Shaniyah Goffney, Coldspring, 14’-10”

Shot Put

4th, Alexis Moore, Coldspring, 27’-9”

Triple Jump

1st, Alexis Chandler, Coldspring, 34’-4”

5th, Miya Ellis, Coldspring, 30’-6”

High Jump

6th, Montomery, Faith, Shepherd, 4’-8”

Pole Vault

3rd, Sadey Wheeler, Coldspring, 5’-0”

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Good sets

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033122 tennis

The Shepherd Pirate Tennis Team performed well at a Livingston tournament. Winners include first place Girl’s Singles — Sarah Ebarb; first place Girl’s Doubles — Kristi Hinze and Valentina Beiza; first place Mix Doubles — H.D. Green and Jordan Watkins; and third place Boy’s Singles — Joshua Solis. 

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