Archive | August, 2017

Tiger WR #11 Devin Chandler puts the move on St Georges #5 Bryan Payne

Gryphons take early lead but fall to Tigers

Photo by Kevin Lewter The Tiger quarterback and running back tandem of Tate Kolwyck and Kenneth Walker helped power Arlington’s offense past St. George’s to the tune of a 48-29 win last Friday on the road. Kolwyck, who threw for 174 yards, was able to nimbly elude swift defensive pressure much of the game, while […]

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Riverdale buddies gaining national attention

The Germantown Municipal School District encourages many unique friendships. One such friendship has recently been recognized. Riverdale Elementary School students Noah Schepman and Joe McClellan were highlighted on the national Best Buddies web site for a spotlight because of their supportive bond. Best Buddies is an organization designed to encourage friendships between those with disabilities […]

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City approves resolution to combat hate, extremism

The city of Germantown has joined hundreds of other municipalities across the country in giving its mayor authorization to sign a resolution to “Combat Hate, Extremism and Bigotry.” Monday night, the city’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the resolution by a vote of 3-0-2, with Aldermen John Barzizza and Dean Massey abstaining in favor […]

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Germantown art teacher named best in state

During the first week of school, there were students excitedly working to “escape the art room” at Farmington Elementary School. Themed around her art classroom procedures, this unique escape room completely engaged her fourth and fifth grade classes. Sitting on the carpet, explaining the lesson to her students, Rebekah Laurenzi told the students, “I thought […]

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Red Devils conquer Mustangs in crosstown battle

By Michael Ward In a heated rivalry game, Germantown High School staked its claim as Germantown’s team last Friday night at Houston High’s Landers Ford Stadium. With a narrow halftime lead, the Red Devils exploded for three touchdowns in the third quarter en route to a 35-24 victory over the Mustangs. “This isn’t an easy […]

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Germantown coaches expect big things from senior Jaylin Williams this season. Already the No. 1 cornerback prospect in Tennessee, he is expected to play on both sides of the field this year.

Red Devils poised to haunt the competition

By Bill Sorrell With a desire to return to the time when district and state championships were commonplace, Germantown football team’s theme this year is “Uncommon.” “We want to be uncommon in everything we do. We feel like anybody can show up late to practice. Anybody can not make good grades. Anybody can be negative. […]

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GHS Principal Barbara Harmon and the Red Devil Booster Club presents a plaque to the Ernest Chism Family in honor of renaming the Fieldhouse

Honoring a Legacy

Germantown High School Principal Barbara Harmon and the Red Devil Booster Club presents a plaque to the family of Ernest Chism in honor of renaming the Fieldhouse Friday night. The Fieldhouse will be renovated and renamed for the former school principal, city alderman and school board member who passed away last year at the age of […]

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Germantowns #23 Jaylin Williams snag also drags JNS #9 Jayson Snead in for the TD

Devils cruise to 48-0 win

The Germantown varsity football team crushed Jackson North Side 48-0 Friday night at home in their first game of the season. The Red Devils were already up 41-0 by halftime and never struggled to dominate the Indians. Standout senior receiver and defensive back Jaylin Williams had two early touchdowns for Germantown. Quarterback Ethan Payne connected […]

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Houston’s defense dazzles in season opener

The beginning of each football season has a nervous energy filled with hope and anticipation for every sports fan. Hope for the upcoming season will be an opportunity to create fond memories to share with friends in the years to come and the expectation those memories will be while their team is enjoying a successful […]

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Houston alum debuts in major motion picture

Nathan Davis Jr., who graduated Houston High in 2012, is starring in the new major motion picture Detroit. While attending Houston, Davis was heavily involved in Houston’s choir program and developed a close bond with Choir Director Dr. William Rayburn. Rayburn drove Davis to school almost every day throughout his time at Houston and attended […]

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