Hawks Football Bring Home a Win for Homecoming

The Hawks had a great night on Thursday the 17th against the Crawford Rams.  They got off to a fast start scoring 44 points to their opponents 0. The second half was slightly slower for the Hawks scoring only 13 points. A shutout at this point of the year was really good for the Hawks. The final score was 57-0.

Before the end of the second quarter the Hawks scout team was on the field.  When asked for a quote senior Jordan Houser said, “The best part of homecoming was the part he [Jordan] was involved in.” The Hawks’ next game is at Potter-Dix on Friday the 25th at 7pm.

Sit in your car and enjoy the game in comfort (Your WARM car).

Sit in your car and enjoy the game in comfort (Your WARM car).

The 7th– 8th Graders are raffling off two parking spaces for the October 31 play-off football game against Leyton @ 4:00 P.M.

Includes 2 drinks and 2 popcorns.  Does NOT include admission.

Drawing to be held October 31 @ the pep-rally.

$5 chance

Contact any 7th or 8th grader for tickets.

Questions call or text:

Jodie Garrett 308-360-0990

Football Playoff Game Info:

Football Playoff Game

Congratulations to the Hawks football team.  With the win this weekend we have made the first playoff game.  We will be hosting Leyton in Hay Springs! GO HAWKS!

Please note the following information:

1) Game time will be at 4:00 pm

2) School will be dismissed at 3:00 pm for all students

3) There will be no ASP for any grade level

4) School buses will run at 3:10 pm

5) There will no second/late bus for activities

6) Pep rally will be on Thursday, Oct 31st at 1pm on Mainstreet.

7) State t-shirts, hoodies, etc., must be ordered today, Monday, by 3:00 pm. 

Game Information:

1) Everyone pays.  Because this is a playoff game our local passes do not cover admission.  This includes, staff, school board members, flag girls, etc. 

2) Admission is $7 adults, $5 K-12 students.  College students pay adult prices.

3) Elementary students need to sit with an adult.  They will not be allowed to run in and out of the game.  If a student leaves they must pay to be re-admitted.

4) Middle level students must sit in the stands with friends or an adult.  If a student leaves they must pay to be re-admitted.

If you have questions or need additional information contact the school at 308-638-4434.

COME SUPPORT THE HAWKS!!!!!!

Hay Springs Hawks will be hosting football playoffs here on Oct. 31st vs. Leyton.

Time will be decided on Monday.

State  t-shirts have been ordered. If you would like one please stop and place an order at the school no later than 2pm Monday, October 28th.

*** ATTENTION TIME CHANGES*** VOLLEYBALL AND FOOTBALL IN MULLEN TOMORROW, 10/4

VOLLEYBALL AND FOOTBALL HAVE BEEN MOVED UP 1 HOUR DUE TO CONCERNING WEATHER. VOLLEYBALL WILL PLAY AT 2:30 AND FOOTBALL WILL PLAY AT 5:00 PM.

LEAVE TIME 11:00 AM FOR EVERYONE. WE WILL BE TRAVELING TOGETHER.

REMINDER: PLEASE HAVE STUDENTS PACK WARM CLOTHING AND A SLEEP BAG. (JUST IN CASE, COME PREPARED)

ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT THE SCHOOL 308-638-4434

ALSO, JR. HIGH VOLLEYBALL AT GORDON/RUSHVILLE HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

Hawks Hopes of Going Undefeated Is Now A Lost Thought

The Hay Springs Hawks had hoped to make this year an unforgettable one by going undefeated in the regular season. Last Thursday night the Hawks faced the Hemingford Bobcats quickly killing that dream as they went 3-1.

The Hawks had come out early hitting hard, but the Bobcats didn’t back down. They stopped the Hawk’s run game almost completely, ending with ZERO rushing yards. Their passing game wasn’t much better, with 4 completed passes and threw 3 interceptions

The Bobcats didn’t put their second team in until the middle of the third quarter. The Hawks quickly jumped on that and put up 16 points late in the third. The Bobcats wouldn’t have that though. They put in the first team again until late in the fourth, when the Hawks put their second team in against Hemingford’s second team. The score was 62 to 16 but Hemingford decided to pound the ball in on the 3-yard line, making the score 70 to 16. With four seconds left Chris Ray returned the ball making the final score 70-22.

Next Thursday night Hay Springs face off against the Leyton Warriors. Kick off time is 7 pm. Leyton is the top district rival for this years’ Hawk’s football system.

Hawks Go 3-0

Last Thursday night, September 12th, the Hawks played the Edgemont Moguls on the home field. The Hawks quickly shut the Moguls down in the first quarter, ending with the score of 34-0. Shortly into the second quarter Coach Jason Funk took out the starters to replace them with the second team. Chris Ray said, “We executed our offence and defense efficiently to come out on top early.”

The Hawks still put up 30 points, but the Moguls weren’t going home without a score on the board. They returned to kick-offs but weren’t able to get the two-point conversion and the other was an attempted PAT that was also shut down by the Hawks.

In the 3rd and 4th quarters the Hawks put up another 8 points in each ending the game with the final score of 80-12. Jordan Houser exclaims, ‘’We could have gotten out of that game without them scoring, but we’re not the type of team to run up the score.”

Pep Rally for Football and Volleyball Teams at 4:00 pm TODAY on the football field!!

COME SUPPORT THE HAWKS AND HELP PEP THEM UP!!!

Security First Bank hosting Tail Gate Party!!

Security First Bank is hosting a FREE Tail Gate Party before the football game tonight at 6:00 pm. “Kick for Cash” will take place at 1/2 time of the football game tonight and the winner of the drawing is Seth Nowak. Seth will need to find someone to kick for him since he is on the football team. Good Luck Hawks!!

Down Set Hut

The 2013 Hay Springs Hawks football team kicked off with a win against the Morrill Lions. The raging lions came out and were tamed. The Hawks won the game 44-8.

The Hawks got off to a fast start putting up 38 points on the first half. The Lions remained scoreless until the end of the third quarter. Stevin Horrocks and Jordan Houser combined for over 200 yards in the first half. Even starting center Riley Abbot scored on a recovered fumble. The second team was also very successful only allowing the Lions to score once.

The Hawks won the game 44-8 and are now preparing for their next game at Rapid City Christian on September 6th at 7:00.