Anderson signs with TCU Equestrian Team


Grayson County High School senior Laska Anderson signed a Letter of Intent on Wednesda7y to attend Texas Christian University to compete in the relatively new Equestrian Team event. Anderson, who said she has been competing since she was nine, was recruited by Georgia, Auburn, Texas A & M and SMU. Anderson, said she knew at once upon visiting TCU that it was the school she wanted to attend. Front row, L-R: Grandmother and grandfather Margaret and Dderson, Laska, mother Sissy and sister Lainie Anderson. Back row, L-R: GCHS Principal Todd Johnston, father Wallace Anderson, grandmother and grandfather Mary and Ted Parker.


Grayson County High School senior Laska Anderson signed a Letter of Intent on Wednesda7y to attend Texas Christian University to compete in the relatively new Equestrian Team event. Anderson, who said she has been competing since she was nine, was recruited by Georgia, Auburn, Texas A & M and SMU. Anderson, said she knew at once upon visiting TCU that it was the school she wanted to attend. Front row, L-R: Grandmother and grandfather Margaret and Dderson, Laska, mother Sissy and sister Lainie Anderson. Back row, L-R: GCHS Principal Todd Johnston, father Wallace Anderson, grandmother and grandfather Mary and Ted Parker.

Grayson County High School senior Laska Anderson signed a Letter of Intent on Wednesda7y to attend Texas Christian University to compete in the relatively new Equestrian Team event. Anderson, who said she has been competing since she was nine, was recruited by Georgia, Auburn, Texas A & M and SMU. Anderson, said she knew at once upon visiting TCU that it was the school she wanted to attend. Front row, L-R: Grandmother and grandfather Margaret and Dderson, Laska, mother Sissy and sister Lainie Anderson. Back row, L-R: GCHS Principal Todd Johnston, father Wallace Anderson, grandmother and grandfather Mary and Ted Parker.
http://gcnewsgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Laska_cmyk.jpgGrayson County High School senior Laska Anderson signed a Letter of Intent on Wednesda7y to attend Texas Christian University to compete in the relatively new Equestrian Team event. Anderson, who said she has been competing since she was nine, was recruited by Georgia, Auburn, Texas A & M and SMU. Anderson, said she knew at once upon visiting TCU that it was the school she wanted to attend. Front row, L-R: Grandmother and grandfather Margaret and Dderson, Laska, mother Sissy and sister Lainie Anderson. Back row, L-R: GCHS Principal Todd Johnston, father Wallace Anderson, grandmother and grandfather Mary and Ted Parker.
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