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Fri
02
Oct

Lady Eagles drop one to Lady Trojans of Troy

by Bobby Batson

 

Hearne’s Lady Eagles have continued to struggle in district play and lost to the Lady Trojans from Troy 25-7 and 25-12 last Friday in a home contest. The local ladies are still trying to establish their consistency throughout the matches and are unable to match the opponents serves and spikes. They show spurts of competitive play, but are unable to retain focus.

 

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Fri
25
Sep

Lady Eagles fought hard against the Rockdale Lady Tigers

By Bobby Batson

The Lady Eagles are finding district competition very tough and have dropped their first four district contests against Cameron, Rogers, Academy and Rockdale. At home against the Lady Tigers of Rockdale this past Tuesday, the ladies seem to get better as the sets went on, but came out on the short end by the scores of 25-6, 25-15, and 25-20.

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Fri
25
Sep

It’s all about the jacket

By Margaret Salvaggio

Taylor Lee, among a few other Mumford Cheerleaders received their jackets for cheer. Taylor is a junior at Mumford Independent School District this year and has been a cheerleader since her freshman year in Mumford.

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Fri
18
Sep

A force to be reckoned with

by Michael Cotton
 
After their big win against the #3 Division I ranked Abbott Panthers, the Calvert Trojans have served notice to every team in Division II. The message is they are a force that must be reckoned with going forward. This week’s opponent The Waco Methodist Bulldogs are about to find out just how strong a force these Trojans are. Last season the Bulldogs lost to Calvert 74-26. This season they have started out 1-1 on the season losing their opener 59-13 then bouncing back to win their 2nd game 86-68. The Bulldog offense behind quarterback Brandon Gange, and do everything athletes Chayce Green, Prince Easley, and Marvin Jordan, clicked well and often in the 2nd outing after struggling mightily in their opener.
 
Fri
18
Sep

Eagles heading to Burton this week

By Bobby Batson
 
The Hearne Eagles will hit the road again this Friday as they try to break into the win column against the Burton Panthers of District 13AA Division II. Burton will by trying to bounce back after being trounced 34-0 by Louise last week. Previous to that, they beat Chilton 28-19 and fell to Thorndale 35-27. Burton went 8-4 last season and has made the playoffs for five straight years. Seven two-way starters return from last year’s team. They are expected to make a run for the district title, but have the misfortune of being in the same district with Bremond. Last year, Burton dominated Hearne 54-6 and hopefully the Eagles will be after some payback.
 
Fri
11
Sep

Eagles make Hornets earn win

By Bobb y Batson

Fri
11
Sep

Games of America for local Tim Demeritt Jr, in Nebraska

By Margaret Salvaggio

Fri
04
Sep

Eagles open season with pride

By Jan Todd Batson
 
Friday, August 28, was the first pep rally of the year for Hearne High School. At 2:55 p.m. the band entered, drums beating, to an already crowded gym of Hearne Eagles. Football players and Volleyball players had special seating on the gym floor. Coaches Baker and Pearson introduced their players. Coach Baker also introduced the remainder of the coaching staff.

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Fri
04
Sep

Regrouping but getting better

By Michael Cotton

They began the season on an upswing but stumbled somewhat in the days after getting off to a good start for 2015. Now after two weeks of play, the Calvert Lady Trojans have regrouped themselves and trying to get their act together on the court. They avenged an early season loss at the hands of the Hearne Lady Eagles on Tuesday, when they hosted them in Calvert, by winning in three straight sets.

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Fri
04
Sep

Bremond proves a tough foe for the Eagles

By Bobby Batson

For the past month the Hearne Eagles players have toiled through grueling twoa-day practices, team meetings, and two scrimmages to compete for varsity positions. It all came to a sudden end Friday night as the 2015 season opened with the Eagles hosting the top ranked Bremond Tigers and being treated to a heavy dose of reality as they fell short 66-14. Coach Jeff Kasowski’s Tigers were locked and loaded and showed why they are so highly rated id 2A, Division II this year. It took Bremond less than 30 seconds to score after Tiger Joe Williams intercepted an Alex Ramirez pass on the first play of the game and returned it to the Eagle 22 yard line. Three plays later, versatile Tiger quarterback Roshauud Paul scampered up the middle from seven yards out for the first score.

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