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Friday, May 26, 2006

Hannsz signs to play football at Tarleton

Pecos Eagle senior Justin Hannsz signed a letter of agreement to attend Tarleton State University in Stephenville on a football scholarship.

Hannsz, who earned all-district honors for Pecos in 2005 after being moved to defensive end midway through the season, and ended up as the leading tackler for the Eagles in 2005. He will be redshirted his freshman year at the school, and will play the same position for the Texans.

His father, Carey Hannsz, said the signing on Monday at the Pecos High School field house, wasn’t a full letter of intent. “Tarleton doesn’t do it after a certain date. They just do a gentleman’s agreement,” he said.

Hannsz added that West Texas A&M and Eastern New Mexico State University were two other schools looking at his son, who also ran track for the Eagles during the 2005-06 school year.

Summer swim, golf classes to start next week

Registration for two of the Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD summer recreation programs will be held early next week, with the remaining sports will start during the first two weeks of June. Fees for the summer program are $5 per student in each family, with the fee for one sport covering all other sports, with the exception of the summer learn-to-swim program.

Registration for that program was held earlier this month, and classes will run from Monday, May 29 to next Friday, June 2, and then from June 5-9 and June 12-16.

Students participating in more than one sport can show their payment receipt after their first registration.

Summer track will have a new coach in Thomas Hughes, and will have two sessions, from June 5-30 and July 5-21 from 8 a.m. until 12 noon. Registration will be on the first week of each session, and is open to students entering kindergarten through 12th grade. Students are asked to wear running shoes, a T-shirt and shorts and bring a water jug to each day’s class. Summer tennis will be divided into two sessions, June 6-16 and June 19-29. Starting times daily will be 8 to 8:45 a.m. for first through third graders, 9 to 9:45 a.m. for fourth through sixth graders, and 10 to 10:45 a.m. for junior high and high school players.

Players must provide a tennis racquet, water bottle, hand towel, sunscreen and a cap or visor. For further information, call Mike Ortiz at 445-2185.

Sign-ups for the summer golf program will be on Tuesday, May 30 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Reeves County Golf Course. Golf classes will begin on Wednesday, May 1 at the golf course, with Tina Doan as the instructor.

Tentative schedule times are 8 to 8:45 a.m. Monday through Thursday for first and second graders , 9 to 9:45 a.m. for fifth through seventh graders; 10 to 10:45 a.m. for third and fourth graders, and 11 to 11:45 a.m. for eighth grade and high school golfers. Times could change depending on the number of participants and class size.

Players will have to provide golf clubs, three golf balls, tees and a cap or hat. Water bottles are optional. For further information, call coach Tina Doan at 447-9347.

Summer basketball and volleyball will begin on June 5 with the first session running through June 30. The second session will be from July 5-28. The two sports will be held on alternate days, from 9 a.m. until 12 noon and from 5-8 p.m. in the evenings.

The field house weight room will be where the strength and conditioning camp will be held for students entering grades 6-12. The session will be June 5-30 and July 3-28 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 5 to 8 p.m.

JH girls finish second, boys 3rd in area tourney

The Pecos Eagle girls finished second while Pecos’ boys wound up third overall in the area junior high golf tournament, which was completed with the final round of play on May 13 in Andrews.

Pecos’ girls shot a 230 and finished with an 1133 score for the 45-hole tournament, while the Eagle boys had a final round 371 and ended up with a 1900 score for their 90-holes of play. The girls’ score was also the second best round of the day, as Monahans shot a 202 and finished with a 1011 score, while host Andrews fired a 234 on their home course and was third for the tournament, with a 1150 total.

Individually, Tatum Windham wound up third in the medalist standings and third on the day. She shot a 52 to finish at 253, behind Monahans’ Courtney Rutledge and Shelby Hill, both of whom finished at 234 after rounds of 45 and 50 respectively.

Two other Eagle golfers placed in the Top 10. Ari Alligood shot a 61 and finished the tournament in eighth place, with a 293 score, while Katrina Hinojos shot a 58 and was one shot behind in ninth place, with a 294 total. Jayme Galindo shot a 59, while Rina Pino had a 67 and finished with a 312 total for the five rounds of play.

Pecos’ ‘B’ team shot a 262, tying Monahans ‘B’ for fifth in the round, and finished sixth overall, with a 1332 score. Heather Matta shot a 64 and finished with a 334 score, Cynthia Ramirez had a 65 and finished at 339, Miren Hinojos shot a 67 and finished at 362. No other scores were available for the Eagle girls.

Pecos’ boys got a round of 76 from Edgar Madrid as part of their 371 score in the final round of play. It was the second-best round of the day, behind a 69 by Andrews’ David Maness. After that for the ‘A’ team, Richard Dutchover shot a 95, Jake Varela a 99, Omar Medina had a 101 and Lomas Gonzales shot a 104.

The ‘B’ team had an even 400 round and ended the tournament with a 2127 team score. Mateo Tarango had a 97 for the best round in Andrews for the ‘B’ team, while Sam Sandoval shot a 98, Ruben Carrasco shot a 104, Coe Duke had a 105, and Patrick Madrid shot a 113.

Monahans also won the boys division title, while Andrews had the final round’s best score. The Loboes shot a 339 and finished at 1752 for the tournament, while Andrews had a 335 and finished with a 1772 total. Andrews ‘B’ had the third-best round of the day, shooting a 368, and wound up fourth overall behind the Eagles, with a 1909 total. Fort Stockton ‘A’ shot a 375 and finished with a 1967 total, while Monahans ‘B’ shot a 377 and finished with a 1977 score. Kermit shot a 420, Fort Stockton ‘B’ had a 466 and Andrews ‘C’ shot a 467 for the other final round scores, but those teams did not have enough players for a full five-round total.

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