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04
Sep
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Roaring Loudly Again

It will be another playoff team from 2013 for the Franklin Lions as they take their show on the road to Madisonville to play the Mustangs.  The Mustangs are picked to finish 3rd behind Shepherd and Cold-Springs.  With only 7 starters back, 4 on offense and 3 on defense, they will have their hands full with the State ranked Franklin Lions.  The Mustangs of Coach Greg Morgan will place their future in the hands of two capable returning starters, QB Jaylen Smith and LB Tyji Whaley.  

Whaley is an athlete that plays multiple positions in the Mustangs defensive scheme.  He will even contribute on the offensive side.  Smith passed for almost 700 yards and 12 touchdowns last season. The Mustangs coming in at (0-1) after a loss to 3A State Champion Fairfield 47-15. The Mustangs young defense could not hold up against Fairfield. The offense behind Smith was able to score twice and could be a problem for the Lions on defense all night.

Thu
04
Sep
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Lady Mustangs are Making a Point

The Mumford Lady Mustangs have slowly been going about their business and have rounded themselves into a very competitive Volleyball team. Led by Abbey Eckenrode, Mikaela Stephens, Emily Scarmardo, Mariah Flores, Gloria Fernandez, MaryKate Scarmardo, Caitlin Skinner, Kayla Vickers, and Ciara Dykes, the young Mustangs have shown they can be a force this season in the sport.  

Thu
04
Sep
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Eagles look to build on the positives

Photo By Zeke Bermudez | Robertson County NewsThe Hearne Varsity Cheerleaders keep the local crowd pumped up during last Friday night’s game against the Bremond Tigers.

Fri
29
Aug
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Tourney time for the county

As the first day of school approaches all of the local High School Volleyball teams are seeking to get as many games under their belts as possible. That means playing in Tournaments, where you can get in up to 4 games in 2 days. For most teams this gives them an opportunity to get their players playing time. All are involved in tournaments this past and next weekend.

Thu
14
Aug
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Crusaders Track Club advances to nationals

The Crusaders Track Club, whose head Coach is Bill Jones, had a great summer this year. This team consists of children ranging from ages of four to sixteen. The kids participated in various track meets throughout the summer, and had nine members that advanced to the TAAF Games of Texas State Track and Field Meet, that were held in College Station July 30-August 3, 2014.

Abbigail Miller, Aneise Pierce, Jessica Shilling, Faith Walton are the young ladies that advanced. Jeremy Burns, Tyrese Day, Timothy Demeritt Jr., Devonte’Jones, and Larry Smith are the young men that advanced.

Abbigail competed in the 800-meter run, and finished twenty-seventh overall out of 36 competitors, with a time of 2:49. Aneise ran both the 400, and 800-meter races. Her times were 1:21, and 3:04 respectively. She finished fourth overall in the 800. Jessica participated in the 300-meter hurdles. Faith ran the 3200-meter race, and finished fourteenth overall with a personal record of 13:02.

Thu
24
Jul
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Hearne football and volleyball, Dates to remember

Local Report | Robertson County News

Thu
24
Jul
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Franklin Summer Track Club continues

The Franklin Summer Track Club continues to get ready for The Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF) Games of Texas July 31-Aug. 3 at College Station High School. The City of Bryan/College Station will be hosting over 15 sporting events with track and field and swimming bringing in the largest number of athletes.

Competition will begin on Thursday highlighted by The Opening Ceremonies on Friday Night at 6:00 p.m. at Olsen Field. Athletes from all sports line up and participate in an Olympic style march recognizing all sports. Competition will continue through Sunday.  

Thu
29
May
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Powder Puff Fundraiser in Franklin

It was a game to remember this past Thursday, May 22 as the Franklin High School girls took Hedrick Field for a Project Graduation Powder Puff football game. The senior and sophomore girls claimed a victory over the junior and freshman girls in this fun filled fundraiser. The girls team was supported and cheered for by the Lions very own football team, dressed in full cheerleading attire. A Powder Puff Queen competition was held and MacKenzie Anderson escorted the crowned Powder Puff Queen Joe Riley in this backwards event. All proceeds of Project Graduation’s football game from both admission and the bake sale went towards the David Knight Scholarship Fund; the game raised over $1,600.00 for this scholarship program.

Jan Roe | Robertson County News

Thu
29
May
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Third annual “Kick Butts Day” kickball game held to promote tobacco awareness

Junior high and high school students in Hearne gathered at the district’s softball field on the afternoon of May 15 to watch more than just a fun game of kickball. In addition to the teachers vs. students’ kickball competition, employees of the Brazos Valley Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse (BVCASA) were on site in order to educate audience members about the dangers and consequences of tobacco use.

“We thought, what better way to celebrate national ‘Kick Butts Day’ than a kickball game,” said Ronda Jackson, Community Coalition Coordinator for BVCASA. “It was great to see all these students having so much fun while also learning about the harmful effects of smoking.”

Thu
22
May
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Turning the page

Michael Cotton | Robertson County News Tiffany Williams competed in state track and field for the Lady Trojans, winning multiple medals.

If the Lady Lions were the most successful girls program in the County, it would be hard to argue that the Calvert Lady Trojans were next. Though they failed to make the playoffs in Volleyball, they still managed to win more games and become more competitive than the program has ever been.  The addition of senior Raquel Wortham from Bremond gave the team a true volleyball player. That success led into one of the most outstanding basketball seasons in girl’s basketball history in the County. Led by, what I called the “Iron Five” (they averaged more than 30 minutes a game each), Diesha Clark, Jaylonn Walker, Tiffany Williams, Lakeydra Mosley, and Raquel Wortham, they pushed the sport to a new level of performance not seen before. They finished the season at 30-2, suffering losses only to 2A Franklin, which made the State Semi-finals in Class 2A and in the Championship game to Nazareth. It was the most wins in school history and the school’s first Finals appearance.

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