Archive | September, 2015

2015 Germantown Homecoming Queen Megan Ware with her escort Luke Isaac

Germantown Crowns a Queen

Megan Ware was crowned the 2015 Germantown High School Homecoming Queen Friday night during the Red Devil’s football game against Briarcrest. Ware is pictured with her escort, Luke Isaac. See page 7 for game coverage.

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City makes payment to Shelby County Schools

The Germantown Board of Mayor and Aldermen “unenthusiastically” approved the second of 12 yearly payments to the Shelby County Board of Education for the settlement agreement over the formation of the Germantown Municipal School District and the transfer of five schools to the new school district. Yearly payments of $355,453 must be made by Nov. […]

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Investigation finds allegations made by former school district CFO ‘without merit’

An investigation into allegations made by the former chief financial officer for the Germantown Municipal School District has revealed to date no evidence to substantiate claims against Superintendent of Schools Jason Manuel. The claims are considered to be without merit, district officials recently announced. The Germantown Board of Education “continues to monitor the investigation of […]

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Germantowns #19 Devin Martin knocks the ball away from Mustang #8 Chanse Pullen

Devils Down Mustangs

The Houston Mustangs fell to Germantown 21-14 Friday night at home. Houston was unable to score in the first half. Their two second half touchdowns came in very dissimilar ways. The first was a 9-yard pass from Garrett Bates to senior receiver Chanse Pullen early in the third quarter. The second came in the fourth […]

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ABOVE: Bartlett's J.J. Vaden tries to escape the grasp of Cordova's Frank Clemons on Friday night. Cordova held Vaden to just 29 passing yards and picked off one of his passes. On offense, the Wolves picked up 216 yards on the ground and 127 passing yards.

Revenge-minded Wolves hand Bartlett first loss

By Bill Sorrell All week, Cordova football players saw signs posted in their locker room with two painful numbers “29 to 34.” Coaches did not want them to forget one of last season’s most heartbreaking losses when the Wolves rallied from a 17-point deficit with three minutes left in the game but fell short to […]

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GHS fine arts student Latavia Williams updates the paint on signs for the upcoming Germantown Festival.

GHS students to provide entertainment at Germantown Festival

The 44th annual Germantown Festival promises a weekend of shopping, food, games, music and more. The Germantown Creative and Performing Arts Program will make the festival weekend even better. Students will show the community just how much they value the role of the arts in their education. From producing a live television show to entertaining […]

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Chandler Potter is Crowned Homecoming Queen by Senior Class president Antonio Scott

Houston Homecoming Queen

Chandler Potter is crowned Houston High School’s Homecoming Queen by Senior Class President Antonio Scott last Friday night during the Mustang’s football game against Germantown High School. Houston fell 21-14 to the Red Devils and are now 0-3 on the season heading into Friday’s matchup at Christian Brothers.

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