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Remaining thankful

By Robert Proctor

The Cuero Record

Nothing is certain, except for so much unknown, especially in these times of the COVID-19 pandemic. Through the chaos of these last eight months, though, hope still abounds, and there is still plenty to be thankful for, as the holiday season is here.

Local high school athletes faced the uncertainty of what would become of the 2020-2021 seasons, especially after missing out on the end of their 2020 spring sports. Cuero High School girls basketball players, Ibree Coe and Bryten Buendel, are only a couple weeks into their final seasons as Lady Gobbler basketball players, and they’re not taking anything for granted.

“I’m just thankful that it’s still going on, because I definitely didn’t think that we’d get this far,” Coe said, who’s a four-year varsity starter. “I’m just excited that it’s still going on.”

Buendel added: “I’m thankful for the season. I’m thankful that all of our friends, athletes that they’re still here with us, that they’re able to be healthy and come compete with us. It’s just really good that we have a season.”

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