Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide
for Pecos Country of West Texas
Wednesday, July 31, 2002
Terry captures 2nd place medal at Waco meet
Pecos Eagles sophomore Rashad Terry picked up one medal and advanced to
the finals in another event, while Jack Bradley finished in the Top 6 in
one of his two events this past weekend, at the Games of Texas summer track
and field championships, held by the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation in
Terry tied for second in the Intermediate Division's high jump competition,
while placing fifth in the finals of the 200 meter dash. Bradley tied for
sixth in the high jump in that division, while he and Terry failed to qualify
for the finals in their other two events.
Terry ran a 23.51 second time to reach the finals of the 200 meter dash,
placing second in his heat, then ran a 23.15 in the finals. In the 100 meter
dash, Terry ran a 12.41, while the cutoff for qualifying for the finals was
In the high jump, Terry cleared 6-feet to tie Jake Wilson of Garland and
Trey Muniz of Flower Mound for second place. Bryce Allen of Wharton won the
event with a 6-foot-2 effort.
Bradley cleared 5-foot-8 in that event to tie Wichita Falls' Matthew Schenk,
Fort Worth's Justin Torres, and Dusty Dickson of the Buffalo, Tex., track
club for sixth place. In his other event, the 110 meter high hurdles, Bradley
ran a 17.59 time, 10th best in the prelims, where the top eight
advanced to the finals.
Terry and Bradley did not run in the other event they had been working
out for over the past few weeks, the 400-meter relay. They were scheduled
to be paired with Monahans sophomores Richard Covington and Jimmy Wright,
but instead, the two Loboes' runners were matched up with two other Monahans
track competitors, Tyson Carter and Michael Novian, and they placed 12
th in the prelims with a 45.06 time.
Covington also ran in the 100 dash, while Carter was in the 110 meter
hurdles. Covington finished just ahead of Terry in the 100 meters, at 12.38
seconds, while Carter ran an 18.01 in the 110 hurdles.
Practice times for volleyball squads are set
Pecos Eagles volleyball coach Becky Granado has set practice times for
freshman through senior volleyball players for next Monday, the opening day
of pre-season workouts for the Eagles.
Granado said junior and senior players will practice in the mornings from
8 to 10 a.m., and in the evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. Sophomore volleyball players
will workout from 10 a.m. until 12 noon, and then from 3 to 5 p.m. in the
afternoon, while freshman will have two afternoon workouts, from 12 noon
until 2 p.m. and then from 5 through 7 p.m.
Granado also reminded players that they have to have their physical forms
and other paperwork returned by Monday in order to participate in practice.
The Eagles will workout for nine days before their first scrimmage, on Aug.
16, while the first games for Pecos will be Aug. 19 against Alpine and Odessa
High in Odessa.
York M. "Smokey" Briggs, Publisher
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