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Jordan Kader didn’t do much wrestling toward the end of the first day of the Huntsville Hornets Wrestling Camp on Monday.
As the campers practiced sit-outs and body rolls, Kader, who is a rising senior at Huntsville High School and has twice wrestled in the UIL state tournament, kept a watchful eye over youngsters Isabell Sournell and Taryn Cahill. She patiently instructed the duo of future Hornets, using her three years of experience to guide them through a myriad of drills.
HORNETS FOOTBALL — New and improved
The Hornets were in for a big surprise last Monday.
Gearing up for the third week of their summer strength and conditioning program, members of the Huntsville football team got a chance to break in their new weights in their newly refurbished weight room in the Joe Clements Field House.
HORNETS GOLF — Phillips cruises to tourney victory
With a nine-shot lead heading into the final round of the HP Byron Nelson Junior Championship, all Chandler Phillips had to do was post another solid round Thursday and he’d be bringing home a trophy.
The Huntsville senior-to-be did just what he needed to and won the tournament, which was held at Northwood Club in Dallas, by five strokes.
HORNETS GOLF — Phillips catches fire
From start to finish, there was hardly any stopping Huntsville’s Chandler Phillips in the second round of the HP Byron Nelson Junior Championship on Wednesday.
The Hornet senior-to-be had a red-hot putter in the Legends Junior Tour event and also saved par on a few troublesome holes. Phillips sank six birdies and an eagle to shoot a course-record 8-under-par 62 at Northwood Club in Dallas.
HORNETS GOLF — Phillips ties for 10th at junior golf tourney
Following a 29th-place finish at the FJ Invitational in Greensboro, North Carolina, Huntsville High School senior-to-be Chandler Phillips was back on the course playing in another tournament in The Woodlands this week.
SCHALLENBERG: Dave Campbell's Football Magazine takes a look into the future
It’s only a matter of time before fans can start gearing up for Friday nights and Saturdays when the 2014 football campaigns get underway this fall.
With a few more weeks until the Hornets, Bearkats, Bulldogs, Mustangs, Trojans, Tigers and Lions hit the field again for preseason football workouts, the anticipation for what the fall will bring can start for most folks this week as Dave Campbell’s Football Magazine hits grocery store shelves on Friday.
HORNETS FOOTBALL — Still working hard
Spring football wrapped up for the Hornets and new head coach Rodney Southern a little more than a week ago.
With that part of the itinerary completed, the Huntsville football team begins looking ahead at having a strong summer as well as a good couple of weeks’ worth of preseason workouts before kicking off the regular season against Coldspring at Bowers Stadium on Aug. 29.
HUNTSVILLE FOOTBALL: Offense catches fire
The Huntsville Hornets finished spring football practice with a two-quarter intrasquad scrimmage on Friday night, giving coaches, parents and fans a preview of next year’s team.
First-year coach Rodney Southern got to see his team perform in game situations for the first time. He was glad the team was able to get out of the spring without any major injuries.
HUNTSVILLE FOOTBALL — Hornets look to show what they learned, make impressions in spring game
Head coach Rodney Southern said he’s pleased with where the Hornets are going into today’s final practice before the spring game. They already have all of their offensive and defensive packages in, even though there is a long way to go in refining execution.
Huntsville wrestling coach Dean Schaub steps down
Schaub announced on the Hornets’ wrestling Facebook page Wednesday that he accepted a position as offensive coordinator and wrestling coach at New Waverly ISD, but Bulldogs athletic director and head football coach James Lane said the district could not comment until a recommendation is made to the Board of Trustees.
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