Articles Tagged “Hornets”

  • HHS Golfer Chandler Phillips Playing Great Golf

    Huntsville High Golfer Chandler Phillips had a remarkable round of golf recently as he participated in the HP Byron Nelson Junior Championship.  He burned the course up Wednesday with his record-setting score of 8-under par…

  • Former Hornet Justin Gilbert Drafted into NFL

    Huntsville Hornet Justin Gilbert has become the first Hornet to be picked in the first round of the NFL draft. He was an exceptional athlete with the Hornets and Oklahoma State. Gilbert will join the…

  • Hornets Boys Basketball Coach Resigns

    Monday, Hornets boys basketball coach Larry Carlson turned in his letter of resignation to HISD Superintendent, Dr. Steve Johnson. Coach Carlson has headed the boys basketball program for six seasons. He will serve out the…

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    The Hornets Nest

    Every Wednesday 101.7 KSAM welcomes H.I.S.D. Officials into the KSAM Studio for some school district chat. Be sure to tune in 3:10 every Wednesday for the Hornets Nest, brought to you by Wiesner Chevrolet!

    If you miss the Hornets Nest, you can catch the replay anytime on the H.I.S.D. website at Huntsville-ISD.org

  • Huntsville Hornets #8 - Christain Champine (via ItemOnline.com / DJ Shafer)

    Hornets Get Tough, Continue Winning

    A week after lighting up the scoreboard in a rout of Bryan Rudder, the Hornets got pushed hard in the second half by a feisty bunch of Bulldogs. Huntsville responded like champs, driving the length of the field and scoring a backbreaking touchdown in a wild 29-15 victory over Magnolia.

  • Hornets End The Season (Courtesy ItemOnline.com / DJ Shafer)

    Just Not Enough

    Where, oh where did the Huntsville offense go? Honestly, every time the Hornets played a big game this season, their offense vanished.

    On Friday night, in arguably their most important game of the 2011 campaign, the Hornets’ “O” pulled its most confounding disappearing act.

    Two first downs. That’s all Huntsville managed in a 28-3 loss to the Montgomery Bears in a Class 4A Division I bi-district playoff game at Moorhead Stadium.

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    Hornets Just Can’t Hold On

    Unfortunately the Huntsville Hornets just couldn’t hold on in Conroe Friday night. The Montgomery Bears managed to hold the Hornets to only 66yds of offense, leaving the Hornets to fall against the Bears 28 – 3.

    We’d like to congratulate the Hornets on their success this season, and we look forward to next season!

  • Hornets in Humble (Courtesy ItemOnline.com)

    Hornets in Conroe vs Montgomery for 1st Round of Playoffs

    Hold the phone a minute, sports fans. Before making anymore Friday-night plans, here’s something you all need to know: The Hornets’ playoff football game against Montgomery is scheduled Friday at Buddy Moorhead Stadium in Conroe…

  • Hornets vs Willis (Courtesy ItemOnline.com)

    Just Couldn’t Make It

    The Hornets slugged it out with Willis for one half Friday. But when the Wildkats finally landed a couple of potent uppercuts, then followed those with painful body blows, the Hornets crumbled in a 37-14 loss to their neighbors from the south in the regular-season finale at Bowers Stadium…

  • Hornets vs Kingwood Park (Courtesy ItemOnline.com / DJ Shafer)

    The Streak Ends…

    Trailing by three points at halftime, the Hornets said they felt pretty good. An hour or so later, they didn’t look so good.

    After the Panthers of Kingwood Park ran off and left Huntsville 34-14, the Hornets were smarting a bit.

    “We can’t lose our minds like we did tonight. We can’t lose control,” Huntsville defensive end Steve York said. “We’ve got to watch what we do out on the field and tonight we fell apart. We fell apart and started running our mouths.”