Provided by LISD AthleticsThe LISD Athletic Hall of Honor has formally announced the seven Lubbock ISD athletic greats that will make up their seventh class. The 2017 class will be inducted during a ceremony in June.The seven member group is a mix of players and longtime supporters from various LISD sports. The induction will include former Monterey High School baseball player , former MHS baseball and basketball player Clint Bryant, former Lubbock High School tennis player Jill Philbrick Gentry, former Estacado High School football player Fred White, former Coronado High School basketball player Erika Valek, former Dunbar High School football and track star James Ray Jackson, and longtime LISD athletics supporter .It is quite an honorable list of people who were involved in Lubbock area high school athletics.
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“I think what we’re going to see is that smaller schools are going to have a problem recruiting enough young men to play football,” he said. “The number of kids nationally going into Pop Warner football has declined dramatically over the last couple of years, and I think part of my worry here is that we’re vilifying football. And as we start looking at data football is a high risk sport, but women’s soccer is equally high risk..