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Rice graduate’s rushes boost West Texas A&M

November 06, 2019 - 00:00
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Jordan Johnson recently had his most productive rushing effort of the season for the West Texas A & M University football team.

The Rice Consolidated High School graduate rushed 11 times for a season-high 42 yards during a win over Eastern New Mexico. Four of his carries resulted in first downs.

The senior also had a 17-yard reception.

More football

Rice alumnus Marcus Cooper had four receptions for a career-high 68 yards in Southeastern Louisiana University’s win over Houston Baptist. The running back carried twice for 8 yards.

Southeastern Oklahoma State University defensive end Alexce Marshall made four tackles against Henderson State. The Columbus High product hurried the quarterback once.

Women’s volleyball

Isabel Theut had a season-high 15 kills for University of Houston against University of South Florida. She competed for Columbus.

Cheyenne Huskey of Texas State University had 13 kills and nine digs against Appalachian State. The senior out of Columbus High added four block assists and one solo block.

Hali Wisnoskie had 12 kills for University of Louisiana at Lafayette against Arkansas State, the fourth consecutive match the Columbus graduate had at least 11 kills. The junior also had eight digs and two blocks.

McNeese State University freshman Macee Krpec had 13 kills and four digs against Sam Houston State. She played for Rice.

Kamie Klesel had 24 set assists for Wharton County Junior College against Trinity Valley Community College. The Weimar High alumna had eight digs and two service aces.

Previously at Rice, Wharton County’s Jada Johnson had eight kills and seven digs against Trinity Valley.

Another from the Raiders, Alexus Grounds had two digs and one kill for Wharton County against Trinity Valley.

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