Notable alumni making it big

John Proctor

With the return of school comes the return of Friday night lights, or more commonly known as high school football. The smell of hot dogs and burgers and French fries, the sounds of blaring band music, cheering fans, the clashing of helmets and pads and 300 pound linemen trampling across the line of scrimmage all fill the cool autumn air. One cannot help but to feel at home as these stimulations of the senses send the mind spiraling back to successful seasons of past. Continue reading “Notable alumni making it big”

Athletes of the Month

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Jeremy Davis

Senior track star Jeremy Davis is
looking promising for a state title
going into the postseason. He has
already qualified for states in three
events, triple jump, long jump and
110 meter hurdles. The tournaments
haven’t even started.
In two of those three events Davis
set school records. He broke his
own record in the triple jump by
setting a mark of 47 feet, 7.25 inches.
In the 110 meter hurdles Davis
crushed the competition with a
time of 14.84 seconds.
The senior will attend college
next year for triple jump.
“I cannot wait to start the
next chapter of my track career,”
Davis said.

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Catherine Fisher

She’s the face of the franchise.
Catherine Fisher, a senior and
four year starter on the varsity
field hockey team is a big reason
as to why they’re advancing
to the regional tournament this
year.
Fisher, who was primarily a
goal scorer for the Hawks last season
has taken the role as more of
a facilitator this season.
Fisher leads the team in assists
with 21, to go along with the 30
goals she’s scored this year.
“My favorite moment from
this season was beating Lee Davis.
Our whole team is very familiar
with a lot of their players and it
made it a lot more special than
just any other win,” Fisher said.

 

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