Colored Rock Map of Texas at I-20 in Pecos, Click for Travel Guide

Pecos Enterprise


Pecos Country History
Archive 62
Archive 74
Archive 87
1987 Tornado Photos
Rodeo Photos 88
Archive 95
Archive 96
Archive 97
News Photos 1997
Rodeo Photos 97
Archive 98
News Photos 1998
Rodeo Photos 98
Parade Photos 98
Archive 99
Photos 99
Archive 2000
Photos 2000

Area Newspapers
Economic Development


Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide
for Pecos Country of West Texas


Thursday, January 18, 2001

Dates set for Eagles’ 2001 track season

PECOS, Jan. 18, 2001 -- The weather’s cold and the snow is blowing, which in West Texas means track season can’t be far away.

Actually, the high school track seasons for the Pecos Eagle boys and girls won’t start for another 4½ weeks, but cold and/or snow have been common over the years for the Eagles during their early season meets, which will start for the second year in a row with the Sandhills Relays at Monahans, this year on Saturday, Feb. 24.

Both coach Lily Talamantez’ girls and coach Jerry Parent’s boys teams will be going to the day-long Sandhills meet, before heading to Fort Stockton for the Comanche Relays, which was the traditional season opener for area track teams until last year.

This will also be the second year for the West of the Pecos Relays, since its return after repairs were made to the Eagle Stadium track. The Pecos Relays will be held on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, and will again be a one-day event this year.

Talamantez said her team might also go to the Canyon Reef Relays in Snyder on March 10, while the boys head to the West Texas Relays in Odessa that weekend. The teams have one other split date on their schedules, March 23-24, when the boys go to San Angelo while the girls head to Kermit.

This year’s District 2-4A meet will be in Canutillo, and will be on the weekend of April 5-6. The Eagles’ district again will be holding its meet a week ahead on most of the other Class 4A schools in West Texas, so there will be a three week break before the Region I-4A track meet is held at Angelo State University on April 27-28.

Talamantez girls qualified for regionals in only one event last season, the 400-meter relay, while the boys’ lone regional qualifier was Daniel Terrazas in the 400-meter dash. This is the first year for the boys under Parent, who served as Zavala Middle School track coach for many years.

Search Entire Site:

Pecos Enterprise
York M. "Smokey" Briggs, Publisher
Division of Buckner News Alliance, Inc.

324 S. Cedar St., Pecos, TX 79772
Phone 915-445-5475, FAX 915-445-4321

Associated Press text, photo, graphic, audio and/or video material shall not be published, broadcast, rewritten for broadcast or publication or redistributed directly or indirectly in any medium.

Copyright 2000 by Pecos Enterprise