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Faith Academy gradate Poage fires up the Aggies as a Yell Leader

CAPTION: Faith Academy of Marble Falls graduate Grayson Poage adds another high honor to his resume by being elected one of five Texas A&M University Yell Leaders. Courtesy photo When looking at the Texas A&M Yell Leaders during the Aggies’ season opener against New Mexico, fans may see a familiar face from Burnet County. Faith Academy of Marble Falls graduate Grayson Poage was elected to be a Yell Leader this school. It is believed he is the first Burnet County resident to hold the honor. “Growing up, both of my…

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Making friends is easy for Reveille X, Faith Academy graduate

CAPTION: Reveille X makes The Fire Pit, Faith Academy of Marble Falls’ gymnasium, her home away from Aggieland during the holiday. Staff photo by Jennifer Fierro The most beautiful Aggie on campus, Reveille X, spent her holiday break in Burnet County with her corporate handler, Faith Academy of Marble Falls graduate Grayson Poage. The two have been on campus supporting the Flames and Lady Flames, especially during the basketball games. It was obvious a special guest was in attendance when small crowds gathered in a corner of The Fire Pit…

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The keys to success: Texas A&M’s Fisher goes in-depth on roster, coaching hires

Slinging the ball is especially important in the Texas A&M football team’s offense and being creative in how playmakers get the pass is equally vital. Head coach Jimbo Fisher noted the multiple ways the Aggies are doing that while addressing reporters at the Southeastern Conference Media Days July 21. While quarterback Haynes King will be the signal caller, the coach pointed out the various weapons at his disposal thanks to veterans and newcomers who are expected to contribute in 2022. He signaled out several receivers: juniors Kenyon Jackson, Chase Lane…

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Texas A&M’s Fisher gives the Aggies reasons for being excited in 2022

Texas A&M head football coach Jimbo Fisher gave the Aggies plenty to look forward to and opponents reasons to be very prepared to face them during the 2022 season on the last day of Southeastern Conference Media Days July 21. “This team has me really excited,” he said. “There’s so many competition battles. Everybody talks about quarterback, but there are a lot of them across the board with very talented guys. And when you have talent, that’s what creates greatness. On a daily basis, you have to play on a…

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Four days of excitement to Texas Longhorns football

In a span of four days, seven players committed to the Texas Longhorns football team and pushed the burnt orange to No. 5 in the class rankings. It’s a period that began with a simple tweet from Isidore Newman senior quarterback Arch Manning declaring his commitment to head coach Steve Sarkisian and the Longhorns on June 23. Since then, a firestorm of media coverage on all levels talked about Manning’s commitment to the Longhorns and asked the dreaded question fans have come to hate — does this mean the Longhorns…

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FAMF graduate Poage named Reveille’s mascot corporal

When Texas A&M Company E-2 cadet Grayson Poage was told about an unexpected special ceremony at Kyle Field April 8, the freshman was more than curious about why. When he was called to the front of the gathering at the memorial site of where beloved Reveilles have been laid to rest, the 2021 Faith Academy of Marble Falls graduate didn’t know what was next. When he was told he had been selected as the new mascot corporal of the university’s adored Reveille X, he barely had enough time to process…

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