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Frenship officials introduce new athletic director(0)

February 26, 2015
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By Bryan Navarette A-J Media The Frenship ISD Board of Trustees named Kenny Catney as the district’s first full-time director of athletics. Superintendent David Vroonland made the announcement at the Casey Administration Building during a specially held board meeting last week. “I’m excited about it,” Catney said. “I think it’s a great opportunity for me […]

Frenship officials introduce new athletic director

Q&A with Natalie Barinque

02-26 Natalie Barinque

Q: How long have you been participating in rrack? A: I would say since sixth grade. That’s when we started being introduced to track and stuff. Q: What got you into the sport? A: I played basketball, so, I guess I was kind of involved in sports and then running was always something that everyone […]

Students of the Month (Feb. 2015)

Madelynne Adame, a second-grader at Legacy, is the daughter of Emilio Adame Jr. She is involved in ballet at Ballet Lubbock and tumbling at Texstar. Ethan Adams, a fifth-grader at Oak Ridge, is the son of Scott Adams. He loves soccer, is active in church and enjoys math and reading. Bailey Allen, a junior at […]

Texas A&M rolling out ‘maroon carpet’ for FHS counselor

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By Bryan Navarette A-J Media Frenship High School College Readiness Coordinator Bonnie Thompson was selected by Texas A&M as a 2015 Very Important Counselor. The program recognizes outstanding service and important work of high school counselors in guiding students on the path to college, according to a news release from Frenship ISD. “She works very […]

Q&A with Koby Claborn

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Q: How long have you been playing baseball? A: I’ve been playing baseball since I was 7. Q: Is it something that you have developed a passion for? A: Oh yes. For sure. I mean when I was little I played everything: football, basketball and baseball, but baseball is by far my favorite from the […]

Finley recovering, preparing for college

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By Phil Terrigno A-J Media High School Editor WOLFFORTH — This is the story of Zach Finley’s shoulders — or what little remained of them before December. Finley has one labrum repair procedure to go after a successful December surgery on his left and the 6-foot-1, 230-pound linebacker will be on his way to transitioning […]

Reeves improving after Dec. accident

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By Bryan Navarette A-J Media Frenship High senior Kennedy Reeves has begun rehabilitation with positive results after a crash late last year in front of her school. “It’s going awesome,” she said, “I feel more like myself every day. It’s going a lot better than it was.” Reeves was at University Medical Center, where she […]

Salutatorian becomes a nurse and starts family

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By Bryan Navarette A-J Media Hayley York — formerly Hayley Monroe — graduated as salutatorian of the Frenship High School Class of 2004, and has since graduated from college, married, bought a home and landed a job she loves. But, for her, the birth of her son, Max, has been her greatest accomplishment. “He’s the […]


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