Sports & Schools

Post teacher presents at STEM conference

Using animal skulls, tracks and pelts, teachers can help students with structure, function and adaptations, Post fifth-grade science teacher Crystal Osborn told fellow educators at the recent 2020 Panhandle STEM Conference. The Panhandle STEM Conference, held June 30-July 1, is an annual teachers conference held for Region 16 (Amarillo area) and Region 17 (Lubbock area)…

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Summer workouts in full swing with Covid-19 guidelines in place

Coming off a 15-1 record last year, the Post Antelopes are already back on the field, prepping for another successful football season. In fact, summer workouts for all seventh through twelfth grade student athletes began June 8 and are set to run through July 30 with two-a-days officially beginning Aug. 3. Athletic Director Michael Pittman…

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Post ISD finalizes interlocal agreements

By Dakota McDonald— An agreement, which clarifies how students will be transported between Post and three other school districts, will be sent to the other districts for review after being drafted and approved June 9 by Post ISD Board of Trustees. The agreement discusses other school districts’ buses entering Post ISD school boundaries and Post…

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Texas State High School Rodeo results

Kohen Hudman advances to National High School Rodeo Competition From June 6-13, Texas High School Rodeo Association members across all 10 regions have been keeping busy, competing in events ranging from trap shooting to steer wrestling. Some of those competing include twins Kohen and Kyna Hudman, children of Richard and Lichele Hudman; Hadley White, grandson…

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Local finalists to compete at Texas State High School Rodeo

Among the finalist for the Texas State High School Rodeo is Post’s own Kyna Hudman, Hadley White; grandson of Orabeth and the late Noel White, and Cutter and Jaclyn McNeely; former residents of Post. Held the first week of June in Abilene, Texas, the top ten individuals from each of the ten regions in Texas…

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Summer food program in full swing

The Post ISD Cafeteria has began their summer food program. Meals are available for pick up only, no delivery is available. Breakfasts and lunches are provided from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the south door of the cafeteria via the parent pick up lane. Those interested in signing up for the summer food program…

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Bloskas to coach at Abernathy

“The Bold Gold will always have a special place in my heart.” For the past six years, Coach Keith Bloskas has made Post his home. “This community here in Post has blessed our family in many ways,” Bloskas said. “This place is special and is home to a lot of great individuals.” From coaching to…

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