HHS vs NHS

Jaden Jefferson, Contributor

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Tonight at 7 p.m. the Hardaway football team will play Northside @ Kinnett Stadium. Today we will be on an altered schedule with a Whiteout Pep Rally held in the gymnasium. Tickets will be sold for $5.00 at lunch and in the main office today, so get yours now and save some money!

The Hawks are coming in at 3-3 for the season with a current two game winning streak playing a tough squad in the 5-1 Patriots. The Patriots are currently ranked 2nd in the region with their only loss coming to first place Americus Sumter.

We need everyone in attendance to help give the Hawks the push we need to move forward within the division. If our Hawks win this game, it will advance our record to 4-3 and Northside to 5-2, with a chance at moving from third to second with a possible chance at #1 in the region.

A win tonight and Hardaway can finally be recognized as the real deal and a top flight competitor once again.

Coach Gibson says he would like all students in attendance to support the team: “Come to the White Out game, it’ll be the first time in a long time HHS will be the best in the city.”

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