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Congratulations Mackenzie Traweek - Reserve Breed Champion Red Brangus Heifer at the Heart of Texas Fair in Waco last week.
Bangs Cross Country team members competed in the Coleman District meet on October 17. The Varsity Boys team consisting of: Timothy Hall, Alek Mendoza, Dawson Light, Thane McGee, Dyllon Griffin, Ethan Gravell, and Jay Belez finished second overall qualifying them for a trip to Lubbock on October 29. Timothy Hall placed third and Alek Mendoza placed tenth automatically qualifying for region. Varsity Girls team members included: Kayleah Hall, Sophia Nicks, Madi Carpenter, Annaliese Fales, Clarissa Wilson, Alyssa Hull, and Deonna Chrane. Kayleah Hall was sixth and qualified for region. The teams were coached by Damon Wilson.
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Substitute Teacher Training
Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016 @
9:00 am @ Bangs Middle School Room 108
Please bring driver’s license and
social security card. This is required training to
be placed on the Bangs I.S.D. substitute list.
Bangs High School Crowns 2016 Homecoming Queen
Homecoming 2016 was scheduled for September 16, 2016 against Cohoma. Unfortunately, the weather had other plans and rained out the game and the Homecoming Queen Ceremony as well. The Homecoming Queen Coronation Ceremony was held during halftime of the October 7th game against Coleman.
The Bangs High School student body voted for the nominee of their choice. The students chose to represent them as their 2016-2017 Homecoming Queen, Miss Ryli Pruitt. Pruitt was one of four nominees from the senior class, which included Alli Allen, Kennedy Deal and Kaily Wolf.
Ryli is the daughter of Denise Pruitt and granddaughter of Ecky and Glenna Allen. Ryli was escorted by her grandfather, Ecky Allen. Please join us in congratulating Ryli and wishing her all the best during her senior year and Bangs High School.
Seth Anderson (30) and the Bangs offense rushed for 228 of their 254 total yards in Friday's 14-13 victory at Winters.
The Bangs Dragons faced off against Winters on Friday night hoping to play the spoiler role on the Blizzards’ homecoming night, and succeeded with a 14-13 come-from-behind victory.
Bangs running back Zach Allen contributed to his team's near 300 total rushing yards in the Dragons' 34-8 defeat of Early on Friday night for both teams' season opener at Memorial Stadium. Allen scored on a 55-yard TD in the second quarter.