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Dear Hartfield Family, The atmosphere on campus is one of anticipation as we kick off our 6th year at Hartfield Academy. Those of us active around the school can attest to a growing sense of school pride among our students and community over the past year- much of which can be attributed to a great year in athletics. I’m grateful for Dr. Joe Cole, his leadership, and what I am convinced is the best coaching staff in the entire state of Mississippi. They have prepared our teams with excellence and it’s going to be a privilege to watch our students compete as we step up to the MAIS 4A, Division II level. Sports are an integral part of our community that shape our social interactions, deepen our relationships, and brings joy to our lives. Most of us would agree that learning through experiences on the field or court has been an area that has brought moments of fulfillment and growth our lives personally. Along with the positive elements sports brings to our lives, let’s take advantage of the opportunity athletics provides to be a light for our Lord. In Matthew chapter 5 Jesus encourages us as believers to, ‘let our light shine before others that they may glorify our Father in heaven’. What a better place to show Christ’s love to others than on the field of competition! What message are we sending when others watch our deepest disappointments and our greatest achievements? My encouragement is for us to be mindful of the message we are sending throughout each moment of this upcoming year in sports. Let’s fulfill the mission of our school and the calling on our hearts to draw others toward Jesus through our interactions with each other and our competitors, both on the field of play and off of it. Lastly, let me share a special thank you to Christy Strickland and the Hawk Club for their support. Our teams’ basic athletic needs are funded by our budget, but we could not provide for our student athletes at the level we desire without the tireless volunteer effort given by our booster board and members. Let me encourage you to be a part of the Hawk Club this year. Your involvement makes a difference! My prayer for our athletes this year and beyond is that they learn how to give their best with a genuine heart to glorify God. Please join me lifting them up as we all cheer them forward this year! God bless and Go Hawks! David Horner Head of School

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Hartfield Family, The Hartfield Academy Hawk Club exists to help resource every sport at Hartfield with what they need to compete at the highest level possible. We want to be the very best we can be athletically for God’s glory and everyone has a part to play as we grow in athletic excellence. Your participation helps us to ensure a solid foundation for our future and there are several ways to be involved! Every year, Hartfield’s Hawk Club raises support for our student athletes and coaching staff. That money is directly poured back into the athletes and the athletic program assisting with the purchase of new equipment, tournament fees, upgrades to our facilities and training for our coaches. Recent contributions of Hartfield Athletics by the Hawk Club include:  WeightRoom  New Flooring  Painting of all interior walls  New Weights / Racks  Mirrored Walls  New Lighting and Sound Approved  Monitors

M  erchandise Sales Trailer For All Teams  Stadium Flags  Spirit H-A-W-K Flags  New Grills for all Sports  Endzone Camera

 Student Section  Thundersticks  Poms  Horns  Established  Tailgating  Concessions  Popcorn Maker

Justin Barnard- Executive Committee Tangela Hales- Media Guide Steve Parten- Football Gameday Jessical Regan- Girls Basketball Rep Willie Abston- Track and CC Rep Tina Sorey- Soccer B & G Rep Todd Gooden- Football Rep

Olivia Kneip- Volleyball Rep Keela White- Cheer Rep Whitney Sephton- Cheer Rep Janell Belton- Golf Rep Britney Aultman- Softball Rep Stacie Hodges- Dance Rep Clay Savell- Boys Basketball Rep

Your Hawk Club Board Members are: Christy Strickland- President Ti Garner- Vice President Stan Fisher- Executive Committee Shannon Canard- Executive Committee Joey Boyd- Executive Committee Scott Murphy- Executive Committee John Holaday- Executive Committee

Your support is greatly appreciated. All of our hearts and efforts through our passion of excellence are to assist in the future success of Hartfield Athletics! #Undeniably Different Christy Strickland Hartfield Hawk Club

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2017 - 2018 HAWK CLUB MEMBERS Corporate Sponsors ELITE LEVEL Chick-fil-a Dogwood Ergon, Inc. Garner Construction

Moss Creek Oakdale Animal Hospital Thornton Construction

PLATINUM LEVEL B & T Construction Capital Orthopedic CBS Diesel

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GOLD LEVEL Belle Meade Family Dental Capital City Children and Adolescent Clinic Community Bank

City of Flowood/Flowood Chamber of Commerce

RW Distributors Simpson Orthodontics

Fowler Chiropractic

Zavation

Rick’s Pro Truck Renasant Bank

HAWK CLUB MEMBERS Kimberly Allen Jay Barfield Brian Berch Chris & Paulette Bryan Anna Burnham Jill Callender Shannon & Michelle Canard Debbie Carnell Trampis & Penny Carr Mary Roby & Rusty Clark Lane Cockrell Susan Cokely Toni Condon Gloria Crechale Susan & Bob Dillard Lisa & Nick Doty Spencer Drake Kim Dyess Justin Ezell Billy Finnie Stan Fisher

Tonya & Ed Gardner Jennifer Geologo Todd Gooden Josh Hall Brian & Erin Hannula Jill & Holt Hathcock Stacie Hodges Farrah Howell Scott & Janet Humphreys Mary Jo Hussman Alan & Amber Inman Mark & Marchell Ishee Jeremy Jackson Laura James Heath Jenkins Chris & Olivia Kneip Joe & Leslie Lee Crystal Medders Lewis Johnelyn Lloyd Kathryn Long Dawn Martin

Stephanie & Jeffrey McCulloch Chris McMinn Bethany McNeely David McNemar Greg Moore Stephanie Moore Sharon Muenzenmay Ashley Murphey Scott Murphey Dean Nigreville Troy Odom William O’Reilly Missy Phillips Memorie Price Jessica Ragan Melanie Rankin Angela Remley Melissa Rogers Paul Rogers John Rose Robert Rowell

Carol Ann Sallis Mr. Santos Clay Savell Kyle & Whitney Sephton Shane Sheffield Richard Simpson Kim Sims Sharon Stone Scott & Charlotte Stringer Tenille Stubbs Bill & Jennifer Sullivan Holly Turner Tim Walls Chuck & Belinda Watrous Keela White Kevin White Hal Williams Anne Withers Joel Withers Kenneth Young

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Dear Hartfield Community, Welcome to Hartfield Athletics for 2017-2018. I am very excited to see what God will do through our teams and coaching staff this year! With more than 30 years of experience in high school and higher education athletics, I have never had the opportunity to work with such a high quality and mission-centered group of coaches. God has truly blessed us with a Board and Head of School that allow us to invest in high quality coaches while continuing to make improvements to our facilities. The Athletic Department is extremely grateful to those who have donated to Hartfield’s “Undeniably Different” Capital Campaign. Because of the success of this campaign, next summer we will have a much needed practice gym to benefit all of our teams. Hartfield’s sports programs depend on the support and generosity of our community. The sponsors in this Media Guide are a great example of this support. Therefore, please consider patronizing the businesses displayed in our Media Guide in appreciation. We are very blessed with a great group of parents and Hawk Club members that volunteer countless hours to make games and events run smoothly. We would not be able to do many of the things we do without their help. I am so grateful for this group of people! Please be in prayer as we strive to have mission-centered sports teams competing at a high level. We know that success and excellence provides a platform and environment where Christ can be lifted up and our student athletes can be challenged to develop a closer and stronger walk with Him. Please contact me if you would like to be more involved in Hartfield Athletics, or if you have suggestions for making our Athletic Department stronger or more Christ centered. Sincerely, Joseph Cole Ph.D. Athletic Director

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HAWKS ATHLETIC STAFF Athletics, sports and team competition are a major part of the spirit and soul of our school. The men and women who make up the athletic staff at Hartfield are very aware of the foundation and mission of our school, which is through God’s blessings that they have the talents, experience and integrity to carry out this mission on a daily basis, both in the classroom as well as the sport(s) they coach.

Joe Cole

Athletic Director Dr. Cole has spent the last 7 years as the Chair and Professor of the Department of Exercise and Sports Science at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN. Previously he has worked as a professor of athletic administration at USM, served as Athletic Director at Belhaven University where he started the football program in 1997, served in the dual capacity of AD and the Dean of the Education Department at Bacone College in Oklahoma, and as the Assistant Athletic Director at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.  He is a man that understands academics at the highest level as well as what is necessary to have an effectively operating athletic department. He has done all of this with a heart and mind that is fully devoted to God. Hartfield is blessed to have Dr. Cole lead our athletics next year.

Nathan Dancy

MS History, Assistant Athletic Director, Golf Head Coach Nathan Dancy has 7 years of experience teaching U.S. History, all of which were at private schools in Mississippi. He received his undergraduate degree in Sports Management from Delta State University and his masters in Sports Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi. He and his wife, Lindsey, are currently members of Pinelake Church. Coach Dancy currently teaches American History. He also serves as Hartfield’s Assistant Athletic Director and Head Golf coach.

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HAWKS ATHLETIC STAFF Jake Benton

Boys and Girls Soccer Head Soccer Coach Jake graduated from Northwest Rankin in 2008 and helped the team to a state championship his senior year. Jake was voted best offensive player at NWR and was selected first team all-state in 2008 as a senior. Jake began his college career at Tyler Junior College in Texas as a red shirt freshman. He then transferred ot Jones County Junior College where he played one season as the team captain and received all-star and all region player. After Jones he transferred to Belhaven University where he finished out his last three years making it to the Sweet 16 each season (2011 sweet 16 finalist, 2012 nation champions, and 2013 elite 8) At Belhaven he received the champions of character award for two seasons. He has coached individual lessons for 5 years, U18 NWR rec, U10 Chicago Fire, and designed fitness plans for Belhaven soccer. “The sould of the sluggard craves and gets nothing while the soul of the diligent is richly supplied.”

Steve Champion

MS/HS Science, Cross Country/ Track Steve Champion is a 1982 graduate of Magnolia Academy and a 1987 graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Education. Coach Champion has 28 years of teaching experience, with the last 4 years being at Hartfield. Steve and his wife, Shannon, have two children, Becca Daniel (23) and Carrie Ann (13). They are members of Parkway Baptist Church in Clinton.

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CHUCK BOX

Head Baseball Coach, Sports Information Director Head Baseball Coach Chuck Box enters his first season at Hartfield Academy and his 22nd year overall as a head coach. The Columbus, MS native has put together a 646-288 career record. Box comes to Hartfield from Jackson Prep. In 10 seasons at Prep, Box’s teams won 283 games and sent 14 players to play college baseball. Box spent eleven years as a college head coach at FreedHardeman University and Itawamba Community College compiling 363 wins. Box, who has received 12 Coach of the Year Awards, has led teams to a TranSouth Conference Championship, a Mississippi Junior College State Championship, and six MPSA/ MAIS State Titles. In 2010 Box was inducted into the Freed-Hardeman University Athletic Hall of Fame. Box has coached 122 All Conference selections, six Clarion Ledger Dandy Dozens, twelve AllAmericans, 30 All State honorees, and has had 12 players selected to play professional baseball. Box graduated from Freed-Hardeman University in 1991. From there, he moved to Mississippi College where he served as an assistant coach. Box has been married to the former Amanda Edwards of Hardin, Kentucky since 1990. They have three children Trey, Isabelle, and Hazel.

RONNIE CLARK

Asst. Athletic Director, Asst. Girls Basketball Coach Ronnie Clark is a 1992 graduate of Northwest Rankin High School and a 1996 graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi, with a B.A. degree in History. He has spent the past 20 years working in the construction industry in Central Mississippi, owning his own company the


HAWKS ATHLETIC STAFF previous 10 years. He has spent the past four seasons coaching girls’ basketball for the Jackson Victors, a local homeschool sports organization. Ronnie is married to his high school sweetheart, Ashley, and they have four children: Lochlan, Jay, Silas, & Mae Mae, all of whom attend Hartfield. He has been a member of Pinelake Church since 1988 and has been involved with Missions and the Family ministry, and has also served as a deacon and on the Finance Team. Ronnie will be serving as Assistant Athletic Director, as well as, Assistant girls basketball coach.

Benton Ingram

HS Bible, Assistant Boys Basketball Coach Benton Ingram is a graduate of Wesley College with a Bachelors degree in Pastoral Studies. He served as student pastor at Lakeshore Church for 16 years before planting a church in 2013. He has 8 years of coaching experience, the previous 4 as the associate head coach at Hillcrest Christian School. Coach Ingram assists the junior varsity and varsity teams and teaches Bible. He also currently serves as the Reservoir Campus Pastor at Vertical Church and strives to fulfill Jesus’ command to love God and love others. Benton is married to Nycole and they have 4 children: Eli 14, Gabbie 11, Ruel 10 & Ava Grace 8.

Steven Makamson

MS Bible, Boys Basketball Coach Steven Makamson earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Mississippi College in 2002, where he played basketball for five years, receiving two ASC Defensive Player of the year honors. He has nine years of coaching experience. Coach Makamson has led his teams to three appearances in the MAIS Overall tournament and has accumulated three

AAA Conference titles and multiple runner-ups. He also has five years experience in youth ministry. Steven is married to Heidi, and they have three children – Owen, Jensen and Jake. Their family attends Pinelake Church.

Jeff McFerran

Varsity Head Football Coach Coach McFerran played college football at Vanderbilt University and finished his degree at the University of Memphis, graduating in 1988. He has experience coaching in both the private and public school systems in the Memphis area, including Covington High School, Tipton Rosemark Academy, Briarcrest Christian School, Christian Brothers, and most recently as the head coach at Bartlett High School. Jeff is a confident leader, a structured and organized coach, and a man who has led high school teams to great improvement. As the head coach of Tipton-Rosemark Academy he took over a program that had a losing record and culture. The team he inherited had won 6 games in the previous 14 years. Within 3 years he led them to an 8-3 mark and berth in the State semifinals. One of Coach McFerran’s strengths is that of a disciplined football team. In each school he has coached a program was established that influenced and challenged players at every level of the school.

Julie McKinney

Head Softball Coach We are extremely excited to announce Julie McKinney as our new Head Softball Coach. Julie is from Brandon and has extensive softball coaching experience. She is well known in the softball community and has been in athletic administration and coaching for over 20 years. Her passion and knowledge of the game will be a catalyst to continue to build our Girls Softball Program. Hartfield Academy Hawks

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HAWKS ATHLETIC STAFF Emileigh Mckinnon Head Dance Coach

Emileigh Mckinnon serves as the head dance coach of the varsity and junior varsity teams. She is from Florence, Mississippi. Emileigh is a graduate from Hinds Community College where she was a member of one of the oldest precision dance lines in the nation, the Hinds Hi-Steppers. She is currently pursing a degree in elementary education at Mississippi college in Clinton, Mississippi. Emileigh is passionate about teaching and mentoring younger students and sharing the Light of Christ with those around her. This is her first year coaching at Hartfield Academy.

Morgan McNeely Volleyball

Coach Morgan McNeely is starting his first year at Hartfield Academy as the Head Women’s Volleyball Coach. He is a 2007 graduate from Belhaven University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine/Exercise Science. He is starting his fourth year coaching volleyball. He has participated in recreational and intramural leagues, as well as, competed in college athletics. He is married to Beth McNeely and they have 2 daughters, Addison and Breckyn. They attend Pinelake Church where they are very involved

Chris Mixon

HS Bible, Assistant Varsity Football Coach, Head Jr. High Baseball Coach Chris Mixon is a native of Vicksburg, MS. After high school, he played football at Hinds Community College and finished at Mississippi College with a degree in Christian Studies. After graduation in 2012, Coach 12

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Mixon and his wife, Jordan, moved to Haiti in order to teach English and work in a local orphanage. He began his coaching career two years ago at Porters Chapel where he was the Head Baseball Coach and Defensive Coordinator. He is now entering his fourth year of education and coaching as Bible instructor, Defensive Coordinator, and Baseball Coach. Coach Mixon, his wife, and their son, Hudson are members of First Baptist Church of Jackson.

Jeremy Johnson

Spanish, Asst. Soccer Coach Jeremy Johnson is a former Spanish and Psychology Professor at The Piney Woods School. He is a resident of Richland, MS where he lives with his wife, Rachel, and daughter, Riley. Mr. Johnson is the Assistant Boys and Girls Soccer Coach and teaches Spanish II and Introduction to Spanish. Mr. Johnson is passionate about students being well-versed in foreign languages.

Scarlet Shelby

MS English, Cheer Sponsor Scarlett Shelby is in her second year of teaching middle school. She received her undergraduate degree in English Literature from Georgetown College. She recently moved to Mississippi to be closer to family, and attends Trace Ridge Baptist Church, in Ridgeland. Ms. Shelby teaches 6th and 7th grade English Grammar and Composition, as well as 6th grade Writing.

Justin Smith

MS History, Assistant Varsity Baseball & Football Coach Justin Smith is a native of Florence, Mississippi. He graduated from Hillcrest Christian School in 2011 and proceeded to Hinds Community College on a


HAWKS ATHLETIC STAFF baseball scholarship. At Hinds, he was part of the 2012 State Championship team and made the All-State team. From there, he took his baseball career to Nicholls State University, where he completed his Bachelor’s Degree in History. Coach Smith began his coaching career last spring at St. Aloysius in Vicksburg as an assistant baseball coach where he helped lead them to the playoffs. This is Coach Smith’s first year with the Hartfield family as Assistant Baseball Coach and as a geography and civics instructor for Junior High.

PACK TOLER

8th Grade Algebra, Asst. Football and Basketball Coach Pack Toler is coaching high school football, junior high basketball and teaching 8th grade Algebra this year at Hartfield. He is a resident of Madison MS, where he lives with his wife, Ann Layton. He is a graduate of Mississippi State University.

JUANITA WARD

Head Girls Basketball Coach Juanita Ward is a graduate of Syracuse University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Rhetorical Studies. She played Professional Basketball in the WNBA and Overseas in various countries. She has 9 years of Coaching Experience, 3 years of which at Jackson Preparatory School as assistant Head Coach. Juanita Ward is the Founder of her mentoring program, Hope Dreams 4 Life, which helps instill leadership, character, accountability and responsibility in the lives of others. Juanita is an Award-Winning Professional Basketball, motivational speaker and a poet who has received several awards in her career: McDonald’s AllAmerican, Mississippi Gatorade Player of the Year, two-time Parade All-American, three-time Dandy Dozen, Naismith National Player of the

Year Nomination, Won a National Basketball Championship in College, #15 Jersey Retired, WNBA Tulsa Shock, Bulgaria MVP and Defensive Player of the Year, Won a Professional Championship in Ukraine and Israel Leading Scorer. Juanita has a passion for Christ and loves helping others empower the strength within them.

ABBY VARNER

K3 Teacher, Swim Team Head Coach Abby Varner graduated from The University of Nebraska-Kearney with a degree in Communications and an emphasis in Public Relations and Marketing. She was a swimmer at The University of NebraskaKearney and is currently the Head Coach of the Hartfield Swim Team. Before coming to Hartfield, she gained 3 years of experience with children by working in a Christian camp ministry where her passion to help children learn and grow developed. She and her husband are members of Pinelake Church in Madison. She is currently a K3 teacher at Hartfield.

Shane Wingate

HS History, Head Junior High Football Coach, Archery Coach Shane Wingate comes to Hartfield after teaching and coaching at Madison-Ridgeland Academy and Florence High School. He has over 20 years of experience teaching, including at the AP levels of U.S. History and has an understanding of how to help students be successful in the classroom. As well as teaching in the History department, Shane serves Hartfield as the Head Junior High football coach and Archery Coach.

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Schedule

VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM

Date

Aug 10 Aug 18 Aug 25 Sept 1 Sept 8 Sept 15 Sept 22 Sept 29 Oct 6 Oct 13 Oct 20 Oct 27

Opponent

Tri-County Jamboree Pisgah High School Pelahatchie High School Leake Academy Madison-Ridgeland Academy Jackson Academy St. Andrew Episcopal School Copiah Academy*^ Simpson Academy* East Rankin Academy* Tri-County Academy (Senior Night) Lamar School*

Place Away Away Home Home Away Away Away Home Home Away Home Away

Time 6:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

* DISTRICT GAMES | ^ HOMECOMING

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2017 VARSITY FOOTBALL ROSTER No.

1 Trey Clark

Name

Class SR

No.

25 Josh Neuville

Class FR

2 Will McClinton

SR

28 Zach Owens

SO

3 Jay Young

JR

30 Aaron Berch

JR

4 Nick Stinson

SR

33 TJ Watts

FR

5 Ti Robinson

SR

44 Myles Mathieu

FR

6 Blake Powell

SR

47 Ahmad Lee

JR

7 Drew Willis

SR

51 Jake Jesiolowski

FR

8 Brandon Sheffield

JR

52 Jesse Ishee

FR

9 Caleb Parten

FR

55 Seth Griffing

JR

10 Cooper Turner

SR

56 Whitman Sanders

JR

11 Daniel Barfield

SO

58 Christian Bryan

SR

12 Austin Willis

SO

62 Eli Gooden

SO

13 Shane Wingate

SO

63 Jack Gaskin

SO

14 Josh Walls

SO

72 Kyle Kellems

SR

15 Cruz Garner

FR

74 Chase Yearwood

SR

18 Dennis Martin

SR

75 JD Beall

SR

20 Noah Gray

JR

77 Jacob Cokely

JR

22 Cline Stone

SR

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COACHING STAFF & POSITION GROUPS

Q uar te r backs

Defens ive Backs

R e ce i ve r s

Ru nning backs

L in e backe r s

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TOP TEN LONGEST RUSHES FOR A TOUCHDOWN FROM SCRIMMAGE

John Milam vs Porters Chapel – 73 yards - 2014 Kyle Waterbury vs Tri County – 73 yards – 2016 Kyle Waterbury vs Lamar – 71 yards - 2016 Kyle Waterbury vs Saint Aloysius – 71 yards – 2016 Kyle Waterbury vs Centerville – 65 yards - 2014 Kyle Waterbury vs Riverfield – 65 yards – 2016 Kyle Waterbury vs Winston – 45 yards – 2016 Kyle Waterbury vs Centerville – 65 yards - 2014 Drew Willis vs Saint Aloysius – 43 yards – 2016

PASS PLAYS OVER 40 YARDS FOR TOUCHDOWN

Kyle Waterbury – 1052 – 2016 Kyle Waterbury – 650 – 2014 Josh Harmon – 643 – 2016 Ti Robinson – 473 – 2015 Dustin Qualls – 357 – 2016

TOP FIVE IN CAREER RECEIVING Baleigh Canada – 544 – 2014 Zach Claycomb – 437 – 2014 Dustin Qualls – 420 – 2015 Matthew Morganti – 312 – 2014 Will McClinton – 248 – 2016

SEASON

COACHES RECORD

Kyle Waterbury – 650 – 2014 Nick Stinson – 590 – 2015 Kyle Waterbury – 500 – 2016 Kyle Waterbury – 478 - 2015

150 YARD RUSHING IN A GAME BY INDIVIDUAL

Career Punting – Att – Yards– Avg John Milam – 35 – 1351 – 38.6

Kyle Waterbury – 275 vs Manchester – 2014 Kyle Waterbury – 213 vs Hillcrest Christian – 2015 Nick Stinson – 207 vs Winston Academy - 2015 Kyle Waterbury – 175 vs Wayne Christian - 2014

RECEIVING YARDS OVER 100 BY INDIVIDUAL IN A GAME

Baliegh Canada – 184 vs Manchester - 2014 Matthew Morganti – 126 vs Central Hinds – 2014 Kyle Waterbury – 110 vs Winston Academy - 2015 Dustin Qualls – 103 vs Saint Aloysius - 2015

DEEPEST RUN IN PLAY-OFFS First Round – 2014 and 2016

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Career Tackles Dennis Martin -243 – thru 2016

TOP FIVE PASSING IN CAREER

CAREER

PASSING GAMES OVER 150 YARDS IN A GAME BY INDIVIDUAL

Fewest Points Allowed – 147 – 2016 Most Wins – 6 – 2016 Most Games Played – 12 – 2014 and 2016 Individual Interceptions – Matthew Morganti – 5 – 2014 Team Interceptions – 11 – 2014 Safeties – 4 – 2014 Tackles – Dennis Martin – 86 – 2014 Return Yards – Mathew Morganti – 985 –2014 Individual Passing – 254 – Kyle Waterbury vs Manchester - 2014 Individual TD Passes thrown – 5 – Kyle Waterbury vs Manchester – 2014 Individual TD Passes Caught – 4 – Baleigh Canada vs Manchester - 2014 Combo TD’s Run/Pass – 5 – Kyle Waterbury vs Union Christian - 2014 Team Passing Yards – 275 vs Manchester - 2014 Individual Rushing Yards – 223 – Josh Harmon – 2016 Individual Rushing TD’s – 3 – Kyle Waterbury vs Winston Academy/Hillcrest Team Rushing Yards – 414 vs Hillcrest Christian - 2016 Team Rushing Touchdowns – 5 – vs Hillcrest 2016 Points Scored – 54 vs Wayne Christian Most Field Goals Made – 1 – Zach Claycomb 2014, Cameron Mobley 2016 Longest Field Goal Made – 43 yards – Zach Claycomb vs Union Christian Longest KO Return for TD – Dustin Qualls vs Centerville – 89 yards - 2014 Longest Punt Return for TD – Tackles – 13 – Dennis Martin vs Benton Academy - 2015 Interceptions – 3 – Mason Mathieu vs Manchester Academy - 2015 Interception for a TD – 2 – Baleigh Canada for 68 and 34 yards vs Wayne - 2014 Sacks –Jaquez Ollie – 3 vs Winston Academy 2016

Kyle Waterbrury to Zach Claycomb – 70 yards vs Leake – 2014 Kyle Waterbury to Mathew Morganti – 58 yards vs Central Hinds - 2014 Kyle Waterbury to Baleigh Canada – 54 yards vs Simpson Kyle Waterbury to Jerrian Young – 53 yards vs Winston – 2016 Kyle Waterbury to Will McClinton – 41 yards vs Benton - 2016

Josh Harmon vs Hillcrest Christian – 223 yards – 2016 Ti Robinson vs Benton Academy – 202 – 2015 Kyle Waterbury vs Lamar – 168 - 2016 Kyle Waterbury vs Starkville Academy – 167 - 2016

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TOP FIVE IN CAREER RUSHING

Career Receptions – Yards – Td’s Dustin Qualls – 54 – 696 – 12 Career Passing – COM – ATT – YARDS – TD’S Kyle Waterbury – 158 – 365 – 2329 – 27 Career Rushing – Att – Yards – Td’s Kyle Waterbury – 221 – 1911 -- 18 Career Returns – Att – Yards – Td’s Matthew Morganti – 45 – 985 - 3

Career Kicking – Ex. Pt’s – FG – Total Points Zach Claycomb – 47 – 5 – 52 Career Touchdowns 46 – Kyle Waterbury – 2016 Career Total Yards 4354 – Kyle Waterbury – 2016 1779 – Dustin Qualls - 2016 1587 – Matthew Morganti – 2014 Career Interception Dustin Qualls – 8 - 2016

Rushing – Josh Harmon – 643 yards - 2016 Rushing by QB – Kyle Waterbury – 904 yards - 2016 TD’s – Kyle Waterbury – 26 – 2014 Extra Pt’s – Zach Claycomb – 35 – 2014 Field Goals Made – Zach Claycomb – 5 – 2014 Touchbacks – Zach Claycomb – 27 – 2014 Punt Avg – John Milam – 38.6 – 2014 Completions – Kyle Waterbury – 95 – 2014 Passing Yards – Kyle Waterbury – 1351 – 2014 Receiving Yards – Baliegh Canada – 544 –2014 Most Points Scored –

Coach – Seasons – Years – Wins – Loses – League Champs Dan Davis – 2 – 2012 – 2013 – 6 – 14 Joe Thrasher – 2 – 2014 – 2015 – 7 – 14 Jeff McFerran – 1 – 2016 – 6 – 5


VARSITY CHEERLEADERS

Seniors

Kylie Hawkins • Jill James • Rachel King McKenzie Ragan • Hayden Tucker • Cam Withers

Juniors

Baleigh Anderson • Daisy DeLaughter

Sophomores

Kaylee Collins • Kylie Tramel

Freshman

Mattie Grace Morris • Kyndal White • Megan McMinn • Julia Dyess Cailey Walker • Reagan Williams • Mattie Frances Powell • Laken Schurb Hartfield Academy Hawks

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VARSITY DANCE TEAM

Laney Armstrong • Bria Thompson • Jaya Brown Niel Abston • Alexis Willingham • Brooke Hodges • Katie Long Chloe Steed • Anna Joy Powell

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Schedule

2017 ELEMENTARY FOOTBALL Date

Opponent

Place

Time

Aug 21

Simpson Academy

Home

6:00

Aug 26

Christ Covenant Jamboree

Away

6:00

Aug 29

OPEN

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Sept 5

East Rankin

Home

6:00

Sept 12

Simpson Academy

Away

6:00

Sept 19

St. Richards

Home

6:00

Sept 26

East Rankin Academy

Away

6:00

Oct 5

St. Anthony

Home

6:00

4TH/5TH GRADE @ 6:00 | 6TH GRADE @ 7:00

Schedule

2017 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL

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Date

Opponent

Place

Time

Aug 17

Starkville Academy

Away

6:00

Aug 24

Madison-Ridgeland Academy

Home

6:00

Aug 31

Jackson Academy

Home

6:00

Sept 7

Lamar School

Home

6:00

Sept 14

Copiah Academy

Away

6:00

Sept 21

Simpson Academy

Away

6:00

Sept 28

Manchester Academy

Away

6:00

Oct 5

East Rankin Academy

Home

6:00

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JUNIOR VARSITY

Jun i o r Hig h Football No.

Name

Pos.

No.

Name

Pos.

3

Will Elliot

QB/DB

43 Houston Phillips

RB/DB

8

Reed Rodgers

RB/DB

49 Dawson Muenzmay

FB/LB

10 Sam Watts

WR/DB

51 Wyatt Fisher

OL/DL

14 Joseph Thrasher

TE/DE

52 Taylor Lewis

OL/DL

16 Alfie Kinsley

RB/DB

54 Jacob Watrons

OL/DL

17 TJ Simms

WR/DB

55 Cole Withers

OL/DL

19 Landon Estel

WR/DB

56 John Ramsey

OL/DL

23 Gage Sorey

RB/DB

58 Jacob Canoy

OL/DL

24 Garrett Jackson

RB/LB

60 Connor Blakely

OL/DL

26 Reed Jesiolowski

RB/LB

64 Ross Gaskin

OL/DL

34 Ben Stringer

RB/LB

85 Blake Condon

WR/DB

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JUNIOR VARSITY CHEER

Katelyn Burnham • Isabella Carr • Neely Cooper • Saige Drake Skye Finnie • Avery Rushing • Hyacinth Sephton • Ashlyn Willis Lauren Adams • Avery Dallas • Emma Dearmon Ellie James Garner • Laya Hutton • Zoey Roberts

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JUNIOR VARSITY DANCE

Crysta Matherne • Amberly Aultman • Kynzie Naquin • Emily Mcnemar Emily Humphreys • Emma Allen • Emma Simpson • Avery McDaniel Danielle Gibbs • Emerson Harkins • Brylie Hannula Abby Hervey • Hannah Ott

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FOOTBALL 4TH & 5TH

F o ur th Grade Football

F i fth Grade Football 26

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FOOTBALL 6TH & 7TH

S i xth g rade Football

S e ve n th Grade Football Hartfield Academy Hawks

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CHEER 5TH & 6TH

F i fth Grade C h eer

S i xth Grade C h eer 28

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VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM

Jill James • Lauren Hutchinson Julia Dyess • Emma Dyess • Stevie Nesbit • Jill Sullivan McKenzie Ragan • Kylie Hawkins

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Schedule

2017 MS, JV & VARSITY VOLLEYBALL

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Date

Opponent

Place

Time

Aug 1

Jackson Prep (MS, JV, V)

Home

5:00

Aug 3

Hillcrest (MS, JV, V)

Home

4:00

Aug 8

Pisgah (JV, V)

Away

5:00

Aug 10

St. Andrew’s (MS, JV, V)

Home

4:00

Aug 14

Jackson Academy (MS, JV, V)

Away

4:00

Aug 17

Pisgah (MS, JV, V)

Home

5:00

Aug 19

IVBA JV Tourney

Away

TBA

Aug 22

Florence (JV, V)

Away

5:30

Aug 24

Clinton Christian (MS only)

Home

4:00

Aug 28

PCS (MS, JV, V)

Home

4:00

Aug 29

McLaurin (JV, V)

Home

5:30

Sept 5

MRA (MS, JV, V)

Home

4:00

Sept 7

Clinton Christian (MS only)

Away

4:00

Sept 11

Grace Christian School (MS only)

Away

4:00

Sept 12

PCS (MS, JV, V)

Away

4:00

Sept 14

Jackson Academy (MS, JV, V)

Home

4:00

Sept 19

McLaurin (JV, V)

Home

5:30

Sept 21

St. Joseph’s (JV, V)

Away

4:30

Sept 25

MRA (MS, JV, V)

Away

4:00

Sept 26

Hillcrest (MS, JV, V)

Away

4:00

Sept 28

Jackson Prep (MS, JV, V)

Away

4:00

Oct 4

MAIS State Tourney

Away

TBA

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MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

Bryleigh Hannula • Katie Cook Gabbie Ingram • Harper Johnson • Katelyn Burnham • Hyacinth Sephton Madi Husman • Kayleigh Yung

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JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL

Annie Sullivan • Julia Dyess • Emma Dyess • Addie McNeely Harper Johnson • Katelyn Burnham • Aubrey Tucker • Avery Rushing Jill Sullivan • Claire Stone • Olivia Sallis • Molly Holaday • Kayleigh Yung

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VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER

Rachel King • Kylie Hawkins • Kaylee VanNorman Jill James • Cameron Withers • Kayla Burrell • Saige Sorey • Lexie Myers Mackenzie Hughes • Macie Rogers • Kaylee Claycomb Barbra Jane Hopkins • Megan McMinn • Carson Turner • Taylor Phillips

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Schedule

2017 JV & VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER

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Date

Opponent

Place

Time

July 31

PCS (V, JV)

Home

4:30

Aug 7

Bayou Academy (JV, V)

Home

4:00

Aug 10

Kirk Academy (JV, V)

Away

4:00

Aug 17

MRA (JV, V)

Home

5:30

Aug 21

East Rankin* (JV, V)

Away

5:30

Aug 22

at PCS (V, JV)

Away

5:30

Aug 24

Jackson Academy (JV, V)

Away

5:00

Aug 29

Copiah Academy* (JV, V)

Away

4:30

Sept 5

Lamar School* (JV, V)

Home

5:30

Sept 7

Pillow Academy* (JV,V)

Away

3:00

Sept 12

Copiah Academy* (JV, V)

Home

5:30

Sept 14

Lamar School (V, JV)

Away

4:30

Sept 19

East Rankin* (JV, V)

Home

4:00

Sept 21

Washington School (V, JV)

Away

3:00

Sept 23

Jackson Prep Tournament

TBA

TBA

Sept 25

Jackson Prep (JV, V)

Home

5:30

Sept 26

Kirk Academy (JV, V)

Home

4:00

Oct 3

Playoffs Round One

TBA

TBA

Oct 5

Playoffs Round Two

TBA

TBA

Oct 9

State Championship

TBA

TBA

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FAST PITCH SOFTBALL

Caroline Odom • Jacey Callender • Lauren Hutchinson Rena Ashcroft • Milli Myers • Katie Grace Cooper • Ashlyn Willis Sam Houston • Analeise Cook • Millie McCulloch • Cailey Walker Carson Turner • Jesslyn O’Reilly • Amberly Aultman • Neely Cooper

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Schedule

2017 FAST PITCH SOFTBALL

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Date

Opponent

Place

Time

July 31

Jackson Academy (JV, V)

Away

4:00

Aug 1

Park Place (JV, V)

Away

5:00

Aug 3

St. Aloysius (V)

Away

6:00

Aug 5

Newton Academy (JV, V)

Home

10:00

Aug 7

Jackson Academy (V)

Home

6:00

Aug 8

Porters Chapel (JV, V)

Home

6:00

Aug 10

St. Aloysius (JV, V)

Home

6:00

Aug 14

East Rankin* (V)

Away

6:00

Aug 17

Jackson Victors (JV, V)

Home

6:00

Aug 21

Simpson Academy* (V)

Home

6:00

Aug 24

East Rankin* (V)

Home

4:00

Aug 26

Hillcrest Tournament

TBA

TBA

Aug 28

Simpson Academy* (V)

Away

6:00

Aug 29

Copiah Academy* (V)

Home

6:00

Sept 4

Newton Academy (JV, V)

Away

3:30

Sept 5

Jackson Victors (JV, V)

Away

5:00

Sept 9

Porters Chapel Tournament

TBA

TBA

Sept 12

Copiah Academy* (V)

Away

6:00

Sept 23

State Tournament

TBA

TBA

Sept 30

Overall State Tournament

TBA

TBA

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CROSS COUNTRY

Logan Lovvorn • Andrew Rylander • Mac Magee Will Sullivan • Matthew Sanders • Avery Rankin • Annie Sullivan

Schedule

Ellie James Garner • Mollie Warden • Mary Carolyn Sensing • Kayleigh Yung

2017 CROSS COUNTRY

Date

Opponent

Place

Time

Sept 11

Choctaw Trails

Away

4:00

Sept 25

Choctaw Trails

Away

4:00

Oct 2

Neely Farms

Away

4:00

Oct 17

Rankin County Championships @ Choctaw Trails

Home

4:00

Oct 24

MAIS State Meet Choctaw Trails

TBA

TBA

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SWIM TEAM

Taylor Schepers • Madisyn Jones • Daisy DeLaughter • Annie Sullivan Anna Joy Powell • Eien McGee • Grant Sullivan • Luke Sanders

Schedule

Matthew Sanders • Meredith Arthur • Will Sullivan • Hayes Magee

2017 SWIM

Date

Opponent

Place

Aug 29

St. Aloysius & Warren Central

Sept 5

LCS invitational (Elementary Only)

Sept 9

St. Aloysius Invitational

Vicksburg

Sept 12

Brandon High School & St. Aloysius

Madison

Sept 20

MAIS State Championship

Flowood

Sept 23

West Jones Invitational

Vicksburg Laurel

Laurel Hartfield Academy Hawks

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS Niel Jaanai Abston

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: art & photography, dance team: All American 2017, track: gold medal for 4X200 girls relay at state 2015 & 2016, Headmaster’s Award 2015, Principal Award 2014, National Honor Society, National Society of High School Scholars Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: my parents Favorite high school memory: going to the state track championship Future plans after graduation: majoring in fine arts Favorite Bible Verse: 2 Timothy 1 :7 For God has not given us a spirit off ear and timidity, but of power, love, and self discipline.

Laney Armstrong

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards:

Captain of Dance Team, Tennis Team, honor roll, Student Body Vice President, Spanish Club President, Vice President of National Honor Society, Yearbook Design Editor, 25 Plus ACT Club

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: Mrs. Joyce Miskelly; my mom and dad

Favorite high school memory:

10th grade Arise week trip to Haiti

Future plans after graduation: Attend MS State University

Favorite Bible Verse:

Romans 15:13 - May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in HIM so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Meredith Arthur

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards:

Swim - 8th - 12th • Archery - 8th - 12th • Dance - 8th, Co-Captain 9th • Headmaster’s List/Honor Roll - 9th & 10th • Prinicipal’s list/Honor Roll - 11th • Hartfield Junior Marshall - 11th • National Honor Society 9th - 12th • Spanish Club 9th & 10th • Mock Trial 11th • Chick-fil-a Leader Academy - 10th • Spring Musical - 8th - 10th

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school:

My grandmother, Dot Arthur, for having a positive outlook on life, and for providing me with constant support and encouragement.

Favorite high school memory:

Stressing about essays in Mrs. Hall’s Comp class.

Future plans after graduation:

Attend Samford University, Tulane University, or Mississippi State University and earn a degree in Accounting.

Favorite Bible Verse:

“Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?” - Romans 8:35

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS JD Beall

Nickname: Dolla Beall Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: FoolhalL Track, FCJ\ Council Leader Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My Dad, he always showed how to handle my business. Favorite high school memory: Playing Football with my Brothers Future plans after graduation: More Football, plant a church, and open my own business. Favorite Bible Verse: Psalm 16: 8-11

Jaya Brown Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Dance Team

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My Mom

Favorite high school memory: Going to Haiti my sophomore year.

Future plans after graduation: Go to Hinds Community College for 2 years and then attend MSU

Favorite Bible Verse: Deuteronomy 31:6 “Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; He will never leave you nor forsake you.”

Christian Bryan

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Football; Honor Roll 9th-11th; Algebra II Award; Chick-fil-a Leadership; Youth Ambassador Council for MS Children’s Museum; National Honor Society

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My mom & dad because they support me and push me to do my best.

Favorite high school memory: The Varsity Basketball Team going to the State Championship

Future plans after graduation: Attend Mississippi College or Mississippi State

Favorite Bible Verse: Psalm 84:11

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS Lochlan Clark

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Victors Basketball; Hope Hollow Ministries; We Will Go Ministries; Lakeside Kids Camp; Mustard Seed, Homeschool State Championship (9th & 11th); All Conference 11th grade

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My mom. She’s always been my biggest supporter, motivator, and friend. The kindness and love she shows me is what I want to have for others.

Favorite high school memory: Passion Camp2016 & 2017 - Daytona Beach, FL. It’s a high school summer camp that I’ve gone to for the past two years. It is always the highlight of my summer and I cannot wait until I get to go back.

Future plans after graduation: Attending Holmes Community College then going to Mississippi State

Favorite Bible Verse: Ephesians 2:4-5 “But because of His great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy, made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in transgressions - it is by grace you have been saved.”

Trey Clark Nickname: Tré

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Spanish Club; Football; Basketball; Honor Roll

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: Mr. Berry

Favorite high school memory: Winning the State Championship in Basketball

Future plans after graduation: Go to College

Favorite Bible Verse: Psalm 23

Nathan Cooke

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Soccer; Tennis

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My dad - he’s always been there for me and I know I can trust him. He has always been an encourager of my Christian Walk.

Favorite high school memory: Looking forward to my Senior year!

Future plans after graduation: Attend Mississippi State

Favorite Bible Verse: Joshua 1:9

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS Stephen Ross Gilstrap Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards:

Bass Fishing; Soccer; Track; Church; Chick-fil-a Leadership Academy; National Honor Society; Honor Roll

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My parents, my coaches, and my friends

Favorite high school memory: Supporting the Varsity Boy’s Basketball Team to the State Championship

Future plans after graduation: I plan on attending Mississippi State University and majoring in Sports Medicine

Favorite Bible Verse: “In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” John 16:33

Kylie Hawkins

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: National Honor Society; A Honor Roll; Chick-fil-a Leadership; Soccer Captain; Volleyball; Cheerleading; Basketball; State Runner up in Soccer 2 years

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My coaches and teachers had a huge impact on my abilities on the field, court, and in the classroom. They always push me to strive to be better.

Favorite high school memory: My favorite memory would have to be all the time I have spent with my soccer team. I’ve watched us grow from our first year (9th grade) to now playing at such a high level and as a team. Will for sure miss this team and our memories!

Future plans after graduation: I plan to either attend a local college or Mississippi State and enter into pre-medicine.

Favorite Bible Verse: Psalms 107:1 Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever.

Jill James

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Spanish Club; A&B Honor Roll, helped in Middle School Ministry at Pinelake; Infinity Volleyball Academy; HA Soccer 9th-11th; HA Cheer 9th-11th; HA State Runner Up in 3A Soccer Championship 10th & 11th; Track 9th & 10th

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My mom, she pushed me when I didn’t care. I never would have made it through high school without her.

Favorite high school memory: My favorite memory is being able to participate in and contribute to the girls soccer team when we played for the State Championship

Future plans after graduation: Attend a local community college or Mississippi State and work toward becoming a dental hygienist.

Favorite Bible Verse: Psalm 55:22 “Cast your cares on the Lord and He will sustain you; He will never let the righeous be shaken.”

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS Kyle Kellums

Nickname: Dennis the Menace Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Football; Soccer; Baseball; Track/Field; Hunting; Fishing

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: Anyone that has been positive around me

Favorite high school memory: I was starting goalie in soccer in 8th grade and we made it to the State Championship

Future plans after graduation: Go to college and do something with my life

Favorite Bible Verse: Jeremiah 29:11

Dennis Martin Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Football; Basketball; 2017 1st Team All District Football

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My parents

Favorite high school memory: Our basketball team becoming District Champs

Future plans after graduation: Ole Miss

Favorite Bible Verse: Jeremiah 29:11

Wyatt Mason Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: football manager; quiz bowl team honor societies; back stage worker and stage manager

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: all the coaches I have managed for

Favorite high school memory: Friday nights during football season

Future plans after graduation: to college and study chemistry to teach

Favorite Bible Verse: luke 10:2-4 “He told them, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field. 3 Go! I am sending you out like lambs among wolves. 4 Do not take a purse or bag or sandals; and do not greet anyone on the road.

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS William McClinton Nickname: Will

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Football; First Team All District

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My parents and coaches

Favorite high school memory:

When we beat Central Hinds and had the best record in Hartfield history.

Future plans after graduation: Plan to go play college football

Favorite Bible Verse:

Psalm 23

Kennedy Montgomery Nickname: Ken-Ken

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards:

Principals Award- 2015; Outstanding Grade Achievement; Homecoming Court -2015; Sophomore Homecoming Maid; Geometry Award-2015; English Award -2013; Highest average; Spanish Club 2015-present; Chick Fila Leadership, 2014-present; National Honor Society, 2012 - present; Archery Team, 2013- Present; Volleyball 2013

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My mom

Favorite high school memory:

Sophomore year, home coming court

Future plans after graduation:

Attend college - medical school

Favorite Bible Verse: Micha 6:6-8

Alexia Nicks

Nickname: Lexie or Alexis for those who can’t pronounce Alexia Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards:

Varsity Basketball; AAV Basketball; Track; Freshman, Sophomore, Junior Class Officer; Junior class Homecoming Maid; 2017 MVP Award in Basketball & Best Defensive Player

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school:

Mr. B2 (Mr. Bakelard), Kacey Goulart, Nicole Ingram, Tereja Middleton, Gay Peace, Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Wilkins, Mrs. Campbell to name a few

Favorite high school memory:

Debating with Mr. Jeanfreau about dress code and making funny jokes with him in class.

Future plans after graduation:

Potentially attend Hinds for two years and then transfer to a university for Sports Medicine and PT School.

Favorite Bible Verse:

James 4:10 “Humble yourself before the Lord and He shall lift you up.” I Samuel 2:4 “ The bows of the warriors are broken, but those who stumbled are armed with strength.”

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS Blake Powell

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Member of St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church; Varsity Football, Track, and Field; Skimboarding; Page for the MS House of Representatives; Member of National Honor Society; Honor Roll Student

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My family and coaches - past and present

Favorite high school memory: Making the podium for 110m hurdles in the 2017 MAIS Overall State Track Meet

Future plans after graduation: Attend Mississippi State University

Favorite Bible Verse: Isaiah 54:4

McKenzie Ragan Nickname: Kenzie

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Basketball; Volleyball; Cheer; Track; National Honor Society; Honor Roll; Student Council; Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: All of my teachers and coaches

Favorite high school memory: Cheering on the sidelines with my friends

Future plans after graduation: I plan to go to Ole Miss and study to become a dentist

Favorite Bible Verse: Ephesians 4:32 “Be kind to one another, tender hearted, forgiving one another as God in Christ forgave you”

Tilon Robinson Nickname: Ti Rob

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Football

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: Tanya Gardener

Favorite high school memory: When we beat Central Hinds to get the best record in Hartfield history

Future plans after graduation: Go to Ole Miss and become a doctor

Favorite Bible Verse: Romans 1:16

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS Matthew Sanders

Nickname: The Dark Lord (not really though) Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Swimming; Cross Country; Track; Blacksmithing

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: Madisyn Jones, Anna Joy Powell, Taylor Schepers

Favorite high school memory: Swim Meets

Future plans after graduation: Attend College majoring in computer science

Favorite Bible Verse: Matthew 5:13

Thomas Savell Nickname: Tommyboy

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Basketball 9th-12th; Jackson Youth Leadership 10th; Track 9th; Archery 9th & 10th; Football 9th & 10th

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: Mrs. Cole & Coach

Favorite high school memory: Winning North State, District, and State Championship with my basketball brothers

Future plans after graduation: Attend Hinds Community College followed by MSU majoring in Business & Marketing

Favorite Bible Verse: Philippians 4:13

Taylor Grace Schepers Nickname: TG and Shep

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Varsity Swimming; Hawk Award (3x5); Spanish Club; Medical Science Club; Chick-fil-a Leadership

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: Fernando Reis taught me discipline & respect for the sport I love‌ leadership and guidance that will stick with me long after my time at Hartfield.

Favorite high school memory: Freshman year - guatemala; Working with HIV kids that we didn’t even were diagnosed with the disease. Such joy!!!

Future plans after graduation: Pursue a career as a bilingual nurse with a plan to work across borders to help those in foreign countries

Favorite Bible Verse: Jeremiah 33:6

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS Nicholas Stinson Nickname: Nick

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Football and Tennis

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: Coach Thrasher

Favorite high school memory: Friday night football games

Future plans after graduation: Attend Mississippi State to study biomedical engineering, then go to medical school

Favorite Bible Verse: Psalm 46:1

Cline Stone

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Football; Baseball; National Honors Society

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My parents had the greatest influence on my life.

Favorite high school memory: Going to the football camp in Memphis in 11th grade

Future plans after graduation: Attend Mississippi State University

Favorite Bible Verse: Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who give me strength.”

Samuel Warren Stringer Nickname: Sam

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: I participate in basketball ... My senior year, I’m the manager for the basketball team. In my free time I enjoy playing paintball. listening to Rush with my dad, attending MS State Football games, traveling with my family and playing video games with friends in my spare time.

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: All of my friends and the teachers at Hartfield Academy that challenged me to push forward and keep my head up despite any obstacles put before me.

Favorite high school memory: Every basketball game that I went to! I also enjoyed my lunchtime discussions with Mr. Jeanfreau.

Future plans after graduation: I plan to attend Mississippi State University and major in Computer Engineering, so that I can work in the field that I enjoy the most!

Favorite Bible Verse: Genesis 1: 2 7 “So God created man in his own image. in the image of God created he him: male and female created he them. If God created us in his image, ought we act like him?”

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS Matthew Sykes Nickname: Sykes

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Varsity Basketball; State Championship

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: Coach Mako

Favorite high school memory: Winning State Championship

Future plans after graduation: Play College Basketball

Favorite Bible Verse:

Proverbs 16:3

Bria Thompson Nickname: Bri

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards:

Co-Captain of Dance Team; Senior Class President; National Honor Society; Mu Alpha Theta; A Honor Roll; Head of School Award; Comp II Award

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school:

During high school, I would have to say Mrs. Hall has had the greatest influence on me during high school. When I was frustrated with and doubtful of my writing abilities she showcased her overwhelming encouragement and proved to me that my writing did have potential. Ever since then, I have enjoyed going to her class each day. My parents of course played the biggest role during my high school career by constantly showing me love and support through and in everything.

Favorite high school memory:

While I don’t have a distinct favorite high school memory, I think my favorite part of high school was continuously growing within myself and finding true friends and friendships that will hopefully last a lifetime.

Future plans after graduation:

My future plans after graduation are to hopefully attend one of my dream schools out of state and to choose an exciting major that will ultimately allow me to not only be successful but also genuinely happy.

Favorite Bible Verse:

Proverbs 4: 13 “Hold on to instruction, do not let it go: guard it well, for it is your life.”

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS Hayden Tucker

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards:

Cheerleader; Executive Student Councl - Secretary; National Honor Society; Interact Club; Chick-fil-a Leadership Academy; Headmaster’s Award; 1st Place - District ART

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school:

The coaches that worried not only about my skills or the sport but about how I was doing and my faith.

Favorite high school memory: Friday Night Lights

Future plans after graduation:

Attend MSU majoring in Bio Medical Engineering possibly followed by medical school

Favorite Bible Verse: Philippans 4:7

John Cooper Turner Nickname: Coop

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Football; Baseball

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: Football coaches

Favorite high school memory: Junior year of football season

Future plans after graduation: College - Welding

Favorite Bible Verse: Genesis 27:3

Kaylee Van Norman Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards:

Varsity Soccer; National Honor Society; Mu Alpha Theta; Spanish Club; Rotary Interact Club; Headmasters award

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school:

l would say that my mom has had the greatest influence on me throughout high school because she has been the one to push me to better myself. She has always had confidence in me even when I didn’t have it in myself.

Favorite high school memory:

My favorite high school memory would have to be the countless soccer practices that I’ve attended from freshman to senior year. From 6am practices to 7pm practices. being a part of the soccer program at Hartfield has brought new and close friendships and memories that will last forever

Future plans after graduation:

I plan to attend college although I’m still undecided about which. one. I want to major in chemistry and hopefully go into forensics.

Favorite Bible Verse:

“I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed In us.” Romans 8:18

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS Joshua Lamar Walls Nickname: Walls

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Football; baseball; basketball; Beta Club; Gifted Class; Boys State Scholarship and Who’s Who 201617

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My family

Favorite high school memory: Playing for North Half State Championship Class 2A

Future plans after graduation: Attend Mississippi State University for Pre-Law then finsh at Mississippi College for Law

Favorite Bible Verse: 1 John 4:16 “We know how much God loves us. and we have put our trust in his love. God is love, and all who live in love live in God. and God lives in them.”

Garrett Ward Nickname: Hole

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Soccer

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: John Bakelaar

Favorite high school memory: Guatamala Mission Trip

Future plans after graduation: attend college

Favorite Bible Verse: Philippians 4:13

Jarod Weston

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Archery; Spanish Club; Student Body President; National Honor Society

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: Mrs. Hall because she pushed me to work hard and not give up even when the work got tough

Favorite high school memory: Mrs. Hall because she pushed me to work hard and not give up even when the work got tough

Future plans after graduation: Plan to attend college in pursuit of a career in civil engineering with a minor in Spanish

Favorite Bible Verse: “The LORD your God is with you, the Mighty Warrior who saves. He will take great delight in you; in his love he will no longer rebuke you, but will rejoice over you with singing.” Zephaniah 3:17

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THE 2018 GRADUATING CLASS Drew Willis

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards: Football; Basketball; Baseball

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school: My greatest influence during high school was Coach Mako

Favorite high school memory:

My favorite high school memory was winning the State Championship in basketball

Future plans after graduation:

I plan to attend college and major in kinesiology

Favorite Bible Verse:

Joshua 1:5 “No one will be able to stand against you in all the days of your life. As I was with Moses, so I will be with you; I will never leave nor forsake you”

Cameron Withers Nickname: Cam Wow

Extracurricular Activities/Honors/Awards:

Soccer; Cheer; Spanish Club; Student Council 11th grade; Biology Award; Honor Roll; National Honor Society

Who had the greatest influence on you during high school:

My mom has had the greatest influence on me. Even when we butt heads she still tends to teach me a life lesson.

Favorite high school memory:

My favorite high school memory was getting to go on our junior cruise with our moms to cozumel.

Future plans after graduation:

I plan to go to college early in the summer and then on to Mississippi State in the fall to pursue a degree in kinesiology ot become an occupational therapist

Favorite Bible Verse:

“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” Proverbs 27:17

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Thomas Savell Have a great senior year!!! We love you & are so proud of you!

"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."

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Have a Great Senior Year,

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McKenzie and Ann Maris Ragan, Shine His Light in ALL that you do! We love you! Dad, Mom, Poppy and Nanna

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October 19, 2017 6:00 p.m. The Ivy Venue 1170 Luckney Road Flowood, MS

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HOST

Hartfield Opportunity Service Team What is HOST? All parents at Hartfield Academy are automatically a part of the Hartfield Opportunity Service Team (HOST/PTO/PTA), which plays a vital role in the success and growth of our school. The mission of HOST is to support Hartfield Academy through: • PRAYER — by seeking God’s guidance and direction for Hartfield Academy, • FUNDRAISING — b  y helping fund teacher staff development, tuition assistance, and technology and art programs, • COMMUNITY EDUCATION — by inviting guest speakers to discuss various topics of interest, • COMMUNITY BUIDING — b  y sponsoring events such as Registration Picnic, Back to School Parties/ Socials as well as family and student relations and others to promote strengthening of our community. Our overall goal is to support and encourage our students, families, faculty and staff in ways that promise to enhance everyone’s experience at Hartfield Academy. There are classroom opportunites as well as nearly ten other HOST committee opportunities to enable parents to volunteer and contribute to those that match their interests, schedules and God-given talents and abilities. GET INVOLVED! BECOME A VOLUNTEER FOR HOST! Committee Volunteer Opportunites: • • • • •

Box Tops New Student Orientation Missions Hartfield Family Christmas Grandparent’s Day

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Concessions Homecoming Teacher Appreciation Teacher Workdays

•R  oom Parent (Headmaster/ principal have final approval) • Annual Fundraising Auction (see announcement for Hart & Soul on adjacent page)

You may find additional information on our website, http://hartfieldacademy.com/parents/host/. To volunteer, click on the HOST Volunteer Signup Link on the right side of the page and add your name to the committee(s) of your choice. Even if your time is very limited there’s a place for you! Thank you for your serious consideration to become an active part of HOST! Make plans now to attend the festive fundraising event, Hart & Soul, on Saturday, October 19th! Your participation in HOST is not only appreciated, but also critical to the continued success of Hartfield Academy.

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