Athletes of the Month

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Jason Wade

The boys basketball team started
the season winning its first two
games, and a lot of that can be
creditited to third year starting junior
Jason Wade.
Wade showed his true potential
last year as he lead the Hawks to a
promising season.
In his first two games this season,
Wade posted solid numbers.
In the season opener, Wade tallied
27 points and 16 rebounds. He
soon followed that up a couple of
days later with 31 points against
Midlothian to lead Hanover to a
63-37 victory.
“All I want to do is win games. I
don’t care about how many points
or rebounds I have in games,”
Wade said.

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Lelia Haynesworth

In the recent weeks HHS has
seen student athletes signing in
their respective sports with various
colleges. From the girls volleyball
team, star player Leila
Haynesworth committed to
North Carolina Agricultural and
Technical State University.
The senior put up impressive
stats all season with yearly totals
of 84 kills, 24 aces and 46 digs,
showing why she is going to play
at the next level. Haynesworth
looks forward to the next chapter
in her life.
“I’m super excited to be playing
volleyball in college. It is so
good to see all of your hard work
pay off,” Haynesworth said.

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Author: The Hawk Eye

Hanover High School, Mechanicsville, Virginia The Hawk Eye Student Newspaper thehawkeye@hcps.us

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