Henderson County Sheriff Botie Hillhouse talks about new laws that will impact young smokers and increase penalties for mail theft.
Cardinal defense shuts out NMMI in second half while Hunt throws for three TDs.
By Michael V. Hannigan
TVCC put an old fashioned second half whuppin’ on New Mexico Military Institute Saturday afternoon on the way to a 36-10 win in its season opener.
To point out how overpowering the Cardinals were in the second half, I present three defensive numbers: 2, 21 and 0.
That is how many first downs, total yards and points NMMI generated in the second half. The Cardinal defense throttled NMMI after halftime.Continue reading “TVCC overwhelms NMMI in second half to take 36-10 win in season opener”
The Hornet defense shuts down Brownsboro in the second half.
BROWNSBORO — Well that was fun, Hornet fans.
The Zac Harrell era started off with a bang Friday night as Athens beat Brownsboro, 33-14, to take home the Highway 31 Championship trophy.
The offensive fireworks were provided by Jerquindon Taylor, who scored four of the Hornets’ five touchdowns, including three on passes from quarterback Chase Friedrich.
But it was the defense stepping up in the second half that turned a 14-12 deficit into a win for Athens. After giving up Bear touchdowns on two of three drives in the first half, the Hornets shut out Brownsboro in the second half.Continue reading “Athens Hornets win opener over Brownsboro, 33-14”
New Mexico Military Institute is rolling into Bruce Field Saturday, Aug. 31, to kickoff the TVCC Cardinal’s football season. Coach Sherard Poteete gives us the run down on both sides of the ball and let’s us in on who will be QB1.
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The preseason is over and the Athens Hornets are getting ready to take on Brownsboro. Coach Zac Harrell talks about last week’s scrimmage, fundamentals and the coming game against the Bears.
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ATHENS – Jimmy Moseley had finished working a long shift at Sheriff Botie Hillhouse’s Jail Monday when it was finally time to leave the monotone drone of the instructors and echoing, ear-piercing alerts and slamming cell doors and ever-present, rowdy din of the inmates.
He looked forward to the quiet of his drive home to Leagueville, often along unmarked back roads where only the threat of a rogue, feral hog stood between him and a well-earned rest.
But this early evening – it was around 6 p.m. – in the far away distance, he saw just the hint of black smoke rising. The smoke thickened as he turned off FM 317 onto a rocky, narrow, power-line road. This was no normal grass fire.Continue reading “Henderson County detention officer saves man from truck fire”
Welcome to Episode No. 27 of the Sheriff’s Podcast with Henderson County Sheriff Botie Hillhouse.
This week, we talk about a series of very large drug busts made by the Sheriff’s Office and a jailer who saved a man’s life on the way home from work.
A return to the Southwest Junior College Football Conference playoffs is at the top of the to-do list for the Cardinals in 2019.
After five straight years of reaching the postseason as the No. 1 seed, the Cardinals missed the playoffs a year ago. The absence has them motivated.Continue reading “Cardinals ready to storm back into playoff picture”
By Toni Garrard Clay/
AISD Communications Coordinator
Athens High School senior Garrett Hayes makes an impression wherever he goes. Sure there’s his size (6-5 and 295 pounds), and there’s his considerable prowess on the football field (more than 30 NCAA Division-1 offers). But while all that is remarkable, his character seems to garner just as much attention among those who know him.
“I have never coached a kid that has his size and strength and moves as quickly as he does,” said new AHS Head Football Coach Zac Harrell. “The most impressive thing about Garrett, however, is his character and ability to put the team first in all situations.”Continue reading “Hornet’s 4-star recruit Garrett Hayes brings character with talent”
By Benny Rogers/TVCC Sports Information
In the first match of the Aleah Hayes coaching tenure, the Lady Cardinals took care of Pratt with a 3-0 decision. That was followed by a five-set loss to Butler. They finished the event with a pair of 3-0 wins Saturday against host Vernon and Richland.
The Lady Cardinals are scheduled to make their home debut Tuesday against North Central Texas. Game time is 6 p.m. Admission is free.