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La Vernia’s Stephen Elizondo signs with Western Texas College


La Vernia’s Stephen Elizondo signs with Western Texas College
NANCY PAVLICH/Reprints at wilsoncountynews.com La Vernia High School graduate Stephen Elizondo signs his letter of intent May 31 to attend school and run track for Western Texas College in Snyder. Elizondo is joined by (from left) Superintendent Tom Harvey; Coach Richard Hinojosa; Coach Danny Gonzalez; his father, Raul; his mother, Sonia; and Principal Cheryl Barron.


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June 8, 2011
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LA VERNIA -- For the last few years, Stephen Elizondo has been a big part of the La Vernia High School cross-country and track teams’ success. His speed and endurance are matched by very few, and his leadership helped guide the Bear cross-country team to the state meet. Elizondo graduated last Friday, but his career is far from over. A few days earlier, on May 31, he signed a letter of intent to attend Western Texas College in Snyder where he will run for the Westerners. . . .

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