Sunday, Dec 2, 2012
Garza County News

Photo by Marci Oden

The Post High School volleyball team played in the "Fight Like a Girl" Breast Cancer Awareness game. Standing, left to right are Coach Richard Soliz, Kelsey Griffin, Morgan Deen, Taylor Osborn, Anahica Duran, Kayla Hallmark, Alexis Ramirez, Tamara Moore and Rebecca Taylor. Kneeling are Head Coach Charlyn Hohman, Kortnee McKee, Matti Smith, Hailey Berry, Kelby Oden, Shirley Araiza, Chelby Morris and Coach Brettnie Reed. In front are Kayla Comeaux, Callie Odom and Sara Greer.

"Fight Like a Girl" Volleyball Game

Benefit for Breast Cancer Awareness

Published Oct. 7, 2011 @ midnight

The Post High School volleyball team played at Tulia on October 4th in the "Fight Like a Girl" Breast Cancer game. During the evening Breast Cancer survivors were honored and fun volleyball games were played.  Money raised during the night was donated to a special lady, 'Maggie' who is fighting breast cancer and is dear to the town of Tulia's heart. 

Athletes, coaches, officials and fans all wore pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Post volleyball would like to remind any women over the age of 20 to self-check your breasts monthly and women over the age of 40 to annually get mammograms.  The Post players will wear pink shoelaces for the month of October in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness.

Post beat Tulia 25-19 and 25-23.

Junior High Volleyball
By Coach Richard Soliz

The junior high volleyball teams played at Olton on September 24th. 

The 7th grade Black team lost 23-25 in 1st set and 19-25 in 2nd. Kally Comeaux was tops for the girls. They are improving but there are still a few things they need to work on.

8th grade Black team came from behind to win 25-23 in 1st set and 26-24 in the 2nd. Tori Collins, M'Kenzee Pena and Ali Whitfill came up big for their team.  I love how the girls battled back to win; that speaks volumes about them.

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