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HS Students Enjoy Meals Together on Football Fridays!

The Football Food Fighters is a group of community members that get together each Friday and serve CHS students a hot meal at the First Baptist Church.  The group is headed up by Melissa Shatto.  Each week Mrs. Shatto organizes and prepares the meal so that the kids can have a healthy lunch together before

Homecoming Spirit Ribbons $4!

Bluecat Boosters will be selling Homecoming Spirit Ribbons the week of Homecoming.  They are giant ribbons with the varsity roster, the cheerleaders’, coaches’ and trainers’ names.  They will be $4 each!

Words from our Bluecats! by Abigail Allen

Here are some words from the Coleman Bluecat Cheerleaders. “How many years have you been a cheerleader?” “I have been a cheerleader for four year as including junior high school.” Blair was also go to cheer in a Dallas Cowboys football game last Friday night, these were her comments about that. “It was really fun

Interview with Coach Rawls by Cristian Mares

  Me: Why did you decide to become a coach? Coach Rawls: I became a coach because where else where would I find such great company.   Me: How old are you? Coach Rawls: I’m not  gonna tell you, but I’m 35.   Me:Ok then, what’s your full name? Coach Rawls: Logan Dell Rawls.  

Interview with Coach Nunez by Denver Hunter and Hogan Johnson

Typed By Hogan Johnson  Interview By Hogan Johnson I interviewed coach Mike Nunez. ME: What inspired you to be coach? Coach: I had a lot of influential people growing up going through all my sports and didn’t have  much of a father figure growing up, but had a lot of great people that really inspired

Interview with a band member! by Gus Allen and Eavon Burkey

Jacob Mason is a tuba player for the Coleman Big Blue Band. He is a senior and has been in the Band since 8th grade. He says he is happy with the instrument he is playing. He will not play band in college. He says he will miss the high school band. GO BIG BLUE!

Interviewing a Little Football Fan by Lukas Puryear and Victor Groff

We interviewed an anonymous football fan.  He was excited to go sit with his class, so this is what he shared with us.          “What’s your favorite football player?”    “My favorite football player is number 75.”                       “What’s your favorite sport?”     “My favorite sport is soccer.”                            “What grade are you in?”      “I’m in third grade.” He was

Fans: Be there at 6:45 for the RALLY LINE

Calling all Bluecats!  Coach Elder needs you to be at the game at 6:45 for the Rally Line!  Let’s get together at 6:45 by the scoreboard form a line and cheer the boys onto the field.   Let’s Go BLUE!

Bluecats ICED the Indians!

The Cats started the season just the way we wanted them to do…by putting a whoopin on the Jim Ned Indians.  Denton Allen had a big night with an 82 yard run.  Jett Allen caught a pass from Bryson Hammonds and ran it in for a TD.  Riley Harris also caught a pass and ran

Calling All Bluecat Fans! Coach Elder NEEDS YOU!

Coach Elder would love for all the Bluecat fans to be at the field at 6:50 tonight to form a “Rally Line” for the Bluecats.  He wants the fans to be loud!  He wants his boys pumped up to “Ice the Indians!”   Bring your noise makers, your shakers, your horns, your trash cans, make