The Brownsville States-Graphic
Thursday,Thursday, September 23, 201018, 2010 November
HJH boys defeat Brighton
Haywood Junior High Warriors hosted Brighton Middle School Monday night, Nov. 15, and came away with the victory. By halftime, HJH possessed a commanding lead of 31-12 as the defense held strong against Brighton. Alandis Delk led the Warriors with 12 points and chipped in with 6 assists. Nigel Peeples scored 11 points, and Jalen Benton added 8 points and led the team with 9 assists. The Warriors walked away with a victory with the ﬁnal score HJH 56, Brighton 43.
Lady Warriors conquer Brighton
Faculty raises money for volleyball team
Haywood Junior High Lady Warriors faced off against the Brighton Lady Cardinals on Monday, Nov. 15. It was a close game all night with both teams battling and playing hard both offensively and defensively. The Lady Warriors came out with the win with the ﬁnal score of 27-20. The top scorers of the night were Summer Cunningham with 10 points, Alecia Johnson with 7 points, and Idalias Flagg with 4 points.
HUTCHERSON METALS, INC. On Friday, Oct. 30, Haywood Junior High hosted a faculty volleyball game as a fundraiser for the girls’ volleyball team. Members of the seventhgrade staff teamed up to take on a team of eighthgrade teachers. From the sound of the ﬁrst whistle to the end of the game, both teams battled it out volleying, serving, spiking, and blocking the ball. The crowd of students were on their feet the entire game supporting their teachers. HJH also had teacher cheerleaders to support the teams, including Mrs. Call, Mrs. Waddell, Mrs. Chism, Ms. Youngman, Mrs. Spain, and Mr. Young.
“It was an amazing turnout and a fun way to support our volleyball team,” the players said. Although the game was neck and neck for the majority of the time, the RED team came out victorious! Teri Cummins coached the RED team members: Merry Bond, Anitra Dancy, Andrea Gibbs, Coach Grover Harwell, Morris Long, Robert Mathis, and Steve Svebakken. Coach Holly Pipkin led the BLUE team of eighth-grade staff members: Sarita Johnson, Coach Bufﬁe Turner, Coach Ernie Jackson, Coach William Grissom, Tamy Roland, and Kevin Doan.
Class of ‘79 Haywood High Class of ‘79 Alums wish to invite all Haywood High Alums to a Meet & Greet and Benefit Luncheon for disabled and special needs classmates who were unable to attend the recent All 70’s Class Reunion. The luncheon will be held at Wings and Things (old Pizza Hut) at 2pm on Saturday Nov. 27. Please mention you’re with the Benefit Luncheon when you arrive. We are asking for a $20 donation.... for each donation you will receive a coupon redeemable for a lunch special. Donors may sign Get Well Cards that will be delivered to beneficiaries along with any gifts or love offering. For planning purposes, let us know you’re attending by e-mail to: email@example.com.
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