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TC SPORTS DAY

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Written and Photos by Brandon C. Williams EARLY SEPTEMBER HEAT COULD NOT stop the enthusiasm of Texas City on Saturday as the Quarterback Club scored a big win with its first annual Family Sting Day/Pep Rally on 6th Street. Each of the athletic teams were in attendance for the event, which started with a performance from the band and cheerleaders. Many of the athletic programs were also represented with craft tents, while the classes of 2020 and 2021 were able to pull in funds for their respective Project Graduations. Food? There was plenty of it throughout the area. Between hot dog eating contests, more than a dozen cook-off teams and a host of food trucks, few were unable to leave without having their appetite satisfied. Overall, the day was very successful and lends hope that come this winter or early spring, Texas City’s spring sports will have an equally fun and memorable day off 6th Street. The day also served a potential blueprint for other schools to emulate. Hats off to the TC Quarterback Club and all who made the day possible.

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