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Thursday, May 31,  2001

Terrazas given grid scholarship by MH Baylor

Pecos Eagle senior Daniel Terrazas has signed a letter of intent to play football at Mary Hardin Baylor University in Belton this fall, after earning both offensive and defense all-district honors for the Eagles during the past two seasons.

Terrazas was a first-team all-district selection at running back for Pecos during the 2000 season, running for 1,133 yards in 11 games after playing at tight end and on the offensive line for Pecos as a junior and sophomore. He was also the District 2-4A Most Valuable Player on defense as a linebacker in 1999, and earned first-team all-district honors again at linebacker this past season.

Mary Hardin Baylor University is only in its third season of varsity football, but finished second in the American Southwest Conference last year, behind Hardin-Simmons University.

Along with the scholarship to Mary Hardin Baylor, Terrazas also received a scholarship from the Knights of Columbus Council 7720 of Pecos last week, prior to Pecos High School graduation ceremonies.

P-B-T tennis still accepting registrations

Summer tennis began on Wednesday for Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD students after sign-ups were held the previous day, but tennis coach Bernadette Ornelas said she's still accepting boys and girls for the summer program, which will run in two sessions between now and June 22.

"Right now we don't have that many signed up," she said Wednesday. "Some of them may still be on vacation after school was over, but they can come and register on the first day they play."

The tennis program is open to boys and girls between kindergarten and high school, with a fee of $5 for one child, $7 for two and $10 for three or more children.

"We go over basic tennis skills and try to encourage the kids to play throughout the year," Ornelas said. The classes run weekday mornings, but she added, "We also want more of them to come out here and play at night."

Tennis is one of three Pecos-Barstow-Toyah summer recreation programs that began this week. Golf and weightlifting also are underway, while the summer track, swimming and volleyball starting up next week. The P-B-T summer basketball program will begin on June 11.

Registration fees for those programs are the same as for the summer tennis program, with the exception of the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program. Sign-ups have been extended to next Monday and carries a $25 per child sign-up fee.

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