T.H.S. Student Athletes Begin Practice Monday Morning
LEAH BUCK LOOKS very comfortable as she donates blood at the Carter Blood Care Drive held on July 22nd in the gym at First Baptist Church in Teague. The blood drive was held in conjunction with the quilt drawing at the Soup Kitchen. Seeing to Leah’s donation is Carter Blood Care professional, Nikeita Simms.
Teague High School student athletes in grades 9-12 planning to participate in football, volleyball and cross- country this fall are scheduled to report to school Monday morning, August 4th to begin practice for the upcoming seasons.
It?s an exciting time for Teague High school athletics as a new school year is about to begin with many contests to be played against area schools. Teague athletics, both boys and girls from top to bottom, have never been better and the upcoming 2014-2015 school year promises to be an exciting time for both Teague athletes and their many fans.
Athletes in grades 9 ? 12 planning to play football this year are scheduled to be out on the field ready to go at 8:00 a.m. sharp Monday morning, according to THS Athletic Director/Head Coach Donnie Osborn. Football players that have not been issued equipment need to be at the field house Thursday morning, July 31 at 10 a.m.
Lady Lions in grades 9 ? 12 planning to participate in volleyball and cross country will also begin practice next Monday morning. Cross country practice begins at 6:30 a.m. and volleyball practice begins at 8 a.m., according to Girls Coordinator Coach Lauren Scruggs-Saldana.
More information about volleyball and cross country practices can be found in on page 8 of The Teague Chronicle.