Sports

Fri
12
Dec

Running out of time

It had been 12 years since the Trojans pulled off the miracle that brought them a Football State Championship in 2002.
Now they were looking to get back again and this time it’s in the spotlight that is “Jerry’s World”, AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas, home of the Dallas Cowboys.
 
Thu
04
Dec

Alive and still kicking

The Calvert Trojans continued their miraculous run toward another State Title last weekend against Richland Springs and now the reward they get will be to play the  #1team in Class 1A Division II the undefeated Throckmorton Greyhounds.
Having already faced and beaten #7 Jonesboro and #3 Richland Springs, Calvert faces the team labeled the best in their division.
 
Thu
27
Nov

Familiar Foes at it again

by Michael Cotton
 
It is getting to be like an old love song, having a familiar ring to it. They keep meeting up in the playoffs like it is their destiny. Five times before they have met before, with the last time being in the 2013 playoff, where the Trojans claimed their only win in the series 43-28. The Coyotes of Richland Springs were young a year ago and so were the Trojans, so this year’s match up would look to play out as a real barn burner. The Coyotes are an offensive powerhouse averaging over 66 points per game.
 
Thu
27
Nov

Lady Trojans reload for 2014

by Michael Cotton
 
They have picked up where they left off last season, only this time they look to have more depth than they had last season. After a year in which they used five players for most of the minutes, the 2014 version of Lady Trojans basketball features a team that utilizes all 12 players on the squad. In their opener against Olglesby the Lady Trojans had 10 different players score points. Starters Diesha Clark had 12, Jaylonn Walker 23, Alyssa Brooks 9, Keosha Eddington 3, and Mykel Castilleja 10. Off the bench Nakevia Drones scored 9 points, Essence Gilmore 5, Natori Thomas 5, Ijionea Cephas 3, and Tinece Williams 3, in the 82-19 win.
 
Fri
21
Nov

Eagle cross country performs outstanding; 2nd place overall

On Saturday, October 20, Hearne high school cross county teams attended Cameron’s invitational meet. Varsity received a ìdistrict 20-aaa cross-country varsity boys 2nd place 2014 plaque. Both varsity and JV teams did an outstanding job; varsity qualified and went to regionals in Humble, Texas on November 1st. Head track coach L. Edmonson, Jadarrius Adams, Miguel Lozano, cross country coach F. Carter, Dejuan Wilson, manager Xzavier Seymore, Adrian Gasca, Jeremiah Scott, Tyler Summers, Raymond Sifuentes Jr, Alex Ramirez, David Hernandez, and Jose Pompa. 
 
Fri
21
Nov

Rematch from 2013

They have met once before in the playoffs, so there will be no unfamiliarity factor going into the game for either team.
Jonesboro is a power running football team similar to the Abbott Panthers, one of two teams to beat Calvert. Their offense is built around quarterback Tom Isom and running backs Thai Robuck (1460 yards, 30 touchdowns) and HB/ WR Robert Robuck. 
 
Fri
14
Nov

Lady Eagles going to the hoop

The Hearne Lady Eagles have placed their volleyball season behind them and on Wednesday they begin taking it to the hoop. Practice for the group begins as the coaches get busy about picking a team and getting them prepared for the new season
 
Fri
14
Nov

Eagles soar cross country

Junior High Cross Country  placed second overall in district. The Junior Varsity placed first overall in the district. The Varsity squad placed second overall in district and advanced all the way to the regional round this year. The Hearne Cross Country brought home a plethora of medals and honors from the meets both individually as well as collectively
 
Fri
03
Oct
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Rivalry game, into the fire

Photo Copyright© 2014, Robertson County Publishing, LP

Photo By Zeke Bermudez | Robertson County NewsJashod Flentroy number 15 for the Hearne Eagles runs the ball right past Bremond in their match up a few weeks ago.

They met last season in Franklin and the Eagles led early 14-7 before falling to the Lions. This is a rivalry that goes a long way back. The two teams have met a total of 10 times with the Lions holding a 7-3 advantage. For the Hearne Eagles the start of their district season begins in a big way by jumping right into the fire. They open against the defending 2013 District Champions, the Franklin Lions. The Lions are again the pre-season favorite to win the district, so the Eagles get tested right out of the gate.

Thu
18
Sep
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Bouncing back, after bump in road

On Friday the Calvert Trojans will play host to the Waco Methodist Bulldogs.  The two teams have no history, as this will be the 1st meeting of the two squads.  Waco Methodist is coming off a 10-1 campaign and a State Bi-district Finals appearance in 2013. This season they are in a rebuilding mode with only All-State safety Roland Bridgewater and C Jakeema White back from last years playoff group.  They have begun the 2014 season 2-1, without missing much of a beat, having put up 66 points in each of the 1st two games.  They suffered their first loss to Waco Live Oak this past weekend 43-0. The Bulldogs struggled on offense against the defending State Champion Falcons and could never get untracked.  They will look to find the success they enjoyed early against a strong Calvert defense.  The Trojans have made it tough on their opponents all year, as they continue their schedule of 2013 playoff teams. This will be the 4th team in succession for Calvert.

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