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Track Selling Tumblers

The Dickson Track Program will be selling tumblers through Wednesday, October 31st. Proceeds will go towards new equipment, spikes, uniforms, and anything else the programs needs. Contact any track participant in grades 6th through 12th for your order today!

Comets Rising

COMETS RISING Before the start of this season, the Comet Football Team were each asked to write on paper a memory they would like to forget as it related to the team’s performance the past several years.  Those memories were buried on the banks of Comet Creek. This 2018 Dickson Team has relished non not dwelling on

Dickson XC at Plainview Invitational

Dickson Comets ran at the Plainview Invitational on a rainy Friday. The Comets were rained on up until the races started, then the rain paused during the races. High school boys ran their 5k first with our Leonardo Banda at 16th place (19:06). Then the high school girls ran their 2 mile race starting with

Turning It Around

Turning it Around Prior to the start of the 2018 football season, the Comets pledged to forget about the past, burying old thoughts, to begin anew. Playing Thursday night due to potential weather concerns on Friday, the Comets will be doing just that against Coalgate in an away game, having lost the last 2 games

Comets at OBU Invitational

Dickson XC went to Shawnee for the Oklahoma Baptist Invitational. Most of the Comets got new personal records from these fast races. Starting with JH Girls in the 1 1/2 mile, Marya Southerland (11:28), Lexi McGehee (11:45), Kya Lamb (12:59), Kira Blackwood (14:23), and Addeson Blanco (15:15). In the JH Boys 2 mile race, Dylan

Little Runners at Madill

Little Runners will be running in Madill at the Madill City Lake for another race this Tuesday, Sept 11. Here is the information about the meet. Conditions out there last Saturday were quite muddy so the runners could possibly have that same challenge this race. Bring the form and $5 to practice tomorrow or the day

Dickson at Conference Meet in Madill

Comets ran in muddy conditions on Saturday at the Conference Meet in Madill. For the high school boys, Leo Banda ran the 5k in 20:10 and got 26th place. High school girls also ran their 2 mile race starting first for the Comets was Lauren Hendry getting 16th place with a time of 14:45 followed