By Bryan Criswell, TSB Staff
High School Hallways – Week of November 5th
High School Hallways is brief weekly digest of happenings in McKinney area high schools.
1) Reel McKinney: Nancy Cowlishaw Schools Stuart J’s Lens on REACH Program
When I moved to McKinney in 2006, one of my first introductions to McKinney ISD was from Nancy Cowlishaw. Read More.
3) Football Scoreboard: North Eliminated From Postseason Contention; Boyd Loses Thriller at Plano East
With just two weeks left to go, Week 9 was a big week for all three MISD teams. Read More.
4) MISD Students Named to Congressional Youth Advisory Council
U.S. Congressman Sam Johnson congratulated the students selected to participate in the 2012-2013 Congressional Youth Advisory Council (CYAC). Read More.
5) TSB’s Football Game of the Week: Allen Overwhelms MHS on Senior Night
Turnovers and penalties will kill a team’s chances to win a football game, especially against the No. 7 team in the state of Texas. Read More.
6) Three Old Friends, Classmates Unite as MHS Track Records Recognized After 45 Years
By the time Rob Hendricks, son of the late Texas Congressman Bob Hendricks, had graduated from McKinney High School in 1967, he had broken and re-set every long-distance track record in the MHS record book. Read More.
7) Volleyball Playoffs: Boyd Advances Past Naaman Forest, Sets Up Regional Quarterfinal Match with Plano West
It was quite a week for the McKinney Boyd volleyball team. Read More.
8) McKinney Boyd Freshman Runner Qualifies for Cross Country State Meet
Aaliyah Miller, a ninth-grader at McKinney Boyd, finished fifth Saturday in the UIL Region II Class 5A Girls Cross Country Meet at Vandergriff Park in Arlington. Read More.
9) `Legally Blonde, The Musical’ to Help McKinney Find the Way
You don’t have to be legal, blonde or a fan of Broadway to enjoy McKinney Boyd’s 2012 fall musical. Read More.
10) McKinney Christian Cruises Past Gainesville State School
McKinney Christian Academy ran past the Gainesville State School Tornadoes 62-0 on Friday in TAPPS Division III, District 2 football action. Read More.
11) Lady Mustangs Improve to 2-0 in Young Basketball Season
The McKinney Christian Academy girls basketball team bounced the pesky Paris Homeschool Lady Warriors 57-39 in Paris Thursday night, improving to 2-0 this season. Read More.
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