Basketball players, managers, and cheerleaders at Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School were all recognized January 15 during pre-game homecoming ceremonies in the school gymnasium, concluding with the naming of this year’s homecoming court. Receiving the crown as queen was senior Kaitlyn French, daughter of Brandy and Michael French.
Both the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Tigers and Lady Tigers claimed homecoming wins January 15 over the visiting Big Sandy Red Devils and Lady Red Devils.
Five different players scored touchdowns for the Central Tigers as they evened their 2018 football record to 3-3 by defeating 7-1A opponent Gleason 57-6 Friday night at Joe T. Herndon Stadium.
HOME FOR HOMECOMING — Retired NFL star and Carroll County native Patrick Willis poses with Susan Cary at Huntingdon’s football game. Willis attended both Central and Huntingdon’s homecoming games Friday night.
Senior Ana-Kate Welsh was crowned as Central’s football homecoming queen in pre-game ceremonies Friday night. She is the daughter of Chris and Ann-Marie Welsh. She was crowned by football team captain senior Dalton Williams, son of Robert and Jennifer Williams.
Central eighth grade cheerleader Madisyn Garrison, daughter of Brittany Roig and Todd Garrison, was crowned queen by team captain Preston Hollingsworth, son of Michael and Angie Hollingsworth.
The Huntingdon Mustangs began Region 6-1A play and ran their seasonal record to 3-0 by defeating the Central Tigers 55-0 at Joe T. Herndon Stadium Friday night. The loss pushed the Tigers seasonal record to 1-2.
In a game involving two of the smallest football playing schools in the state, Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School evened its seasonal record to 1-1 with a 18-14 victory over the Greenfield Yellow Jackets at Joe T. Herndon Stadium last Friday night.
“We’ve got a lot of work to do,” said Jamie Williams, head coach over the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Tigers, following the Tigers’ pre-season scrimmage against Scotts Hill Friday evening on Central’s practice field.
With family members, coaches, teammates, and media representatives gathered at the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central cafeteria Friday morning, senior Central football standout Bradley Griffin signed to attend Bethel University and play football with the Wildcats in the fall.
It was do or die for eight competing teams Saturday at Bethel University during the opening elimination round of the District 11A High School Basketball Tournament.
The Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Tigers earned the final playoff spot in Region 6 1A by defeating the McEwen Warriors 28-0 Friday night at rain-soaked Joe T. Herndon Stadium.
Friday night the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central Tigers began a crucial three-game home stand by defeating Perry County 53-48 in one of the most bizarre games in Central High School football history.
While the Central Middle School Tigers held the lead at a couple of points during the game, the hosting Huntingdon Middle School Mustangs dominated late in the game for a 42-20 victory during the last contest of the regular season Thursday night.
The Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central Tigers scored 28 points in the first quarter and 14 in the second on their way to a 42-6 victory over Gleason Friday night at Parks-Edwards Field in Gleason. The victory extended Central’s win streak to two games and moves their record for the season to 4-2.
The Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Tigers built a 23-0 half time lead on the way to ending a two-game losing streak with a 36-20 win over the Middleton Tigers Friday Night. The win pushed the Tigers’ season record to 3-2 and 1-1 in Region 61A.
A 17-year-old senior, Aubrey Hollingsworth, who is the daughter of Lonnie and Cheri Hollingsworth, was crowned as Central’s 2017 homecoming queen in pre-game ceremonies Friday night.
In a game plagued with injuries, penalties, and exchange problems between the center and quarterback, Houston County erased a 14-0 Hollow Rock-Bruceton lead to score a non-regional 28-14 victory over the Tigers at Joe T. Herndon Stadium Friday night.
It was homecoming week at Huntingdon High School, but while tropical storm Harvey created havoc for the festivities, the storm had little effect on a Mustang squad that picked up its third win in three games as Huntingdon defeated the Hollow-Rock Bruceton Central Tigers 55-15.
Using a balanced offense and stingy defense, the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Tigers defeated the Greenfield Yellow Jackets in a non-regional contest 43-8 Friday night at Greenfield.