Diesha Clark signed her agreement to play 2-years of basketball for Clarendon Colledge. Finishing 4 years with the Calvert Lady Trojans, Clark inked her deal last week for a full scholarship. Now a bulldog, Clark was joined for the ceremony by Coach Chris London, H.S. Principal Thomas Kelly, Lady Bulldog athletic director Addie Lees, Diesha’s mom, Kemeshia Laury, Superintendent Maxie Morgan and Coach Brenda Krnavek.
After three years of sharing the spotlight and the glory with older teammates, first Tiffany Williams and Lakeydra Mosley, then Diesha Clark and Mykel Castilleja, junior Jaylonn Walker will find herself the elder statesman of the returning Calvert
Lady Trojan athletic teams. Walker is no stranger to being in the spotlight so she should relish the time.
Since the end of track season the Calvert Trojans have begun the arduous task of preparing for the 2015- 16 athletic campaign. Coach Wortham has a strong group of returners for the upcoming football season. Led by All- State quarterback/utility back junior JaQuan Thompson, the Trojan offense should pick right up where they ended last season.
Coach Davis, Superintendent, Mr. Bienski; Blinn’s Basketball Coach Scott Schumacher and Dean of Students, Mrs. McDonough. (middle row l to r) LaDarius Carroll, LaKortney Hyson and their cousin. (Front row l to r) Mother, La Tosha Hyson and LaKendric Hyson signing with Blinn Junior College of Brenham, Texas to play basketball.
Though no Hearne student made it to state track competition, Eagles missed making the big show by a very narrow margin, particularly in the girls 4 X 1 relay where the Hearne team finished 3rd, just a fraction of a second behind the two state qualifiers, Arp and Cameron, both with 49+Isiah Workman is the most recent in a line of outstanding triple jumpers from Hearne High School with a regional jump of 42.5