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Bluecat Fan Interview: Amy Flippin

Six graders, Luke Puryear and Victor Groff, interviewed CJH Principal, Amy Flippin, about being a Bluecat fan.  Ms. Flippin said her favorite player is her son, Mason Burkey, but she loves them all.  Her favorite Bluecat sport is football.  Her favorite Bluecat moment was when her daughter, Kenley Burkey, started cheering.  Ms. Flippin loves the

8th Grade Bluecats Put Out the Dragons’ Fire & 7th Graders Came Up Short

Coleman Junior High 8th Grade boys traveled to Bangs to take on the Dragons.  The boys succeeded in slaying the Dragons.  The final was 44-14.  The 7th Grade boys came up short.  The Dragons slid passed the Bluecats.  The final was 20-6.     Reporter:  Evon Burkey (CJH 7th Grader)

JV Girls Cross Country

After running their hardest and trying their best, four JV girls finished in the top 15!  Kenzi Smith was the JV runner with the fastest time.  She finished 4th only 5 seconds behind the 3rd place runner.  Shiean Walters is a freshman and she finished 8th.  Shaley Espinoza came in 13th.  Cady Gentry, a junior,

Coleman High School’s 911 Tribute

The Bluecat Band 9/11 Tribute The Bluecat band had a 9/11 tribute that honored all veterans, active military, and first responders during halftime of the Friday night football game against the Early Longhorns. The announcer, Joe Haynes, spoke of all the events that occurred that day in New York City, at the Pentagon, and in

JH High Boys: Cross Country Monday, 9/14

The Coleman Cross Country Meet that was held Monday at the Coleman Country Club ended with the JH boys placing 136th as a team.  CJH had two medalists:  Edgar Nunez placing 11th, and Ezequiel Valdez placing 13th.   Blake Greaves finished only three minutes later, and placed 33rd.  Caesar Nunez and David Garcia were close

Bluecats #2and0

Friday night, the game started and it looked like it was going to be a runaway game for Hammonds and the Cats….then the Bluecats stumbled.  Well, they fumbled.  They lost the ball and Early turned it on.  The packed crowd was loud with yells intended to rally their boys. The Bluecats responded and got their

JH Bluecats vs Early

The 7th Grade ran away with a big win Thursday night!  The boys had an incredible night.  The final on the board was an outstanding 38 to 0! The 8th Graders pounded the Longhorns, but came up short, 24-30.  It was a close one.  The boys should be proud of their powerful opener.  They know

Calling all Bluecat Fans! Coach Elder Needs YOU!

Calling all Bluecat Fans! Coach Elder needs all the rowdy Bluecat fans to show up tonight at 6:35 with signs, noise makers, pom-poms, flags, etc.  His boys have come up with a “routine” to call the linemen to the field and they need your help. The fans will form a victory line for the linemen to

Bluecats Cage the Hawley Bearcats 46-27

The Coleman Bluecats traveled to the big city of Hawley to face the Bearcats.  The first half was disappointing due to the penalties and the called back TDs.  At halftime, Coach Elder and the other coaches worked their magic with an inspiring, motivational pep talk that laser focused the team on a victory.  The Bluecats