Bobcat Football Summer Info

From the Desk of Coach David Plunk
I hope you are having a great summer, at the same time I also hope you have been preparing for the
upcoming season. Start of the 2016 football season is quickly approaching and expectations for this
season are extremely high. It’s time for everyone to buy in As One. There are several details you need
to be prepared to cover in the next few weeks. Below is a list of important dates, events and
information. Important Dates:  July 25th – 10:00‐12:00 equipment pickup for all incoming Jr and Sr’s. o Prior to equipment pick up go to our website at hisdathletics.com. Click on the link
Athletic Physical Forms and download the forms. o Bring all required paper work signed when you pick up your equipment. o Paper work must be signed and turned into the athletic office before equipment will be
issued.  July 26th – 10:00 – 12:00 equipment pickup for all incoming Freshmen and sophomores
o Prior to equipment pick up go to our website at hallvilleathletics.com. Click on the link
Athletic Physical Forms and download the forms. o Bring all required paper work signed when you pick up your equipment. o Paper work must be signed and turned into the athletic office before equipment will be
issued.  July 25‐26‐27 ‐ Football camp for all 7th‐8th‐9th grade football players
o Registration 8:00‐8:30
o Cost $20.00
o Camp time 8:30‐11:00
 July 25‐26 ‐ Football camp for 6th grade and under athletes
o Camp will focus entirely on football fundaments. o Registration 6:00–6:30
o Cost $20.00
o Camp time 6:30‐8:30
 July 29th – Physicals for any incoming 7th‐9th‐11th grade athletes ** o UIL rules require all incoming 7th‐9th‐11th grade athletes to have a physical on file
prior to participation. o Location – High School field house
o Time ‐ 9:00 – 12:30
o Cost $10.00
o Physicals can be obtained by your personal doctor or the doctor of your choice. This is
just an option we provide for the student athletes.
 August 1st ‐ 7:30 all high school football players report 9th‐12 grade
o Practice 1 – 8:00‐10:00
o Break 10:00‐10:30
o Practice 2 – 10:30‐12:30
o All other practice times and dates are listed on the attached calendar.  August 4th – Bobcat Night of Champions – all JV and Varsity Football Players
o Location : High School Cafeteria
o Time : 5:30 – 8:00
 August 12th – Scrimmage vs Henderson
o Location – 9th/JV and Varsity will play at Hallsville Bobcat Stadium
o Time ‐ 9th/JV 5:30 ‐ Varsity 7:00
 August 11th ‐ Media Day and Family Picture Day. (Varsity Players only)  August 18th – Community Pep Rally
o Location : Bobcat High School Practice Field and Student Parking Lot
o Time 6:00 PM
 August 19th – Scrimmage vs Kilgore
o Location – 9th/JV and Varsity will play at RE St John Stadium in Kilgore
o Time ‐ 9th/JV 5:30 ‐ Varsity 7:00
 August 22nd – First Day of School  August 25th – 9th/JV vs Carthage
o Location ‐ Hallsville
o Time : 9th 5:30 / JV 7:00
 August 28 ‐ Varsity @ Whitehouse 7:30
Informational Items:
Items provided by the athletic program: all high school football players will be provided the following
items:  Lock and a locker  Practice Shorts and T‐Shirt  Shoulder Pads, helmet, thigh and hip pads, knee pads, mouth piece, and practice jersey  Adidas game cleats (varsity players only) ‐ Sub varsity players will be given cleats if needed. They will not be new cleats.  Game jersey and game pant for game competition. The Hallsville Athletic Program has signed an agreement to be an Adidas Program. As part of this
program we get a 35% discount on all footwear (cleats) and a 40% discount on all clothing and apparel. This is a great opportunity for you to save money. If you wish to purchase additional items for your son, below is a list of items I will order. (Note: the prices are at our cost)
 Go to website http://hhs2016cats.itemorder.com
 With your order please list the athletes name and order size. For any additional information visit our website at hisdathletics.com and join our Facebook page
Hallsville Bobcats Athletics. Thank you
David Plunk
Athletic Director/Head Football Coach
Hallsville ISD
(903) 668‐5990 ext. 4129

Primetime Players - Week 4

Blair Fernandez, Colton Schriver, James Nelson and Tye Smith, Hallsville: Fernandez, Schriver and Nelson all had eight tackles, and Smith returned an interception for a touchdown in the Bobcats' loss to Nacogdoches.

Hallsville hosts Mt. Pleasant on Friday, September 23rd.

Can't make it to the game?  No worries.  The game will be broadcast LIVE by Gary Lovelace, Jesse Casey, and Denny Stewart on Bobcat Radio 104.9FM or listen on the internet at bobcatradio.hisd.com or by calling 903-668-5990, ext. 2121.

Cross Country Update

Both Varsity teams – Bobcats and Ladycats take second place at the annual Hallsville Cross Country Invitational as well as the JV Ladycats! 

 

Hallsville showed some of its Cross Country program depth with strong showings in all divisions at Friday’s home meet at Lear Park.  

 

Varsity girls locked in their second place team finish led by Bronwyn Buchanan who placed 4th overall with a 21:24.42 followed closely by Abbey Ziegler finishing 5th overall in 21:24.71. Gracie Floyd also medaled at 15th place and Ezrie Gates at 17th.  

 

Varsity Bobcat medalists were Shad Berg finishing 3rd overall placing him in the lead in District standings with a time of 17:16and Mackenzie Kidd placing 17th. 

 

JV Ladycats had five medalists led by Maddie Floyd finishing 6th, Alexis Monsivais in 8th, Elizabeth Logan in 11th, Madison Lummus in 15th and Fatima Hernandez rounding out the medalists in 16th place to secure their second place team finish.

 

JV Bobcats finished just outside of the medals but with several runners improving their personal bests.  Top five finishers were Timothy Jackson, Anthony Walker, Jayden Dobbs, Matheus Ziesemer and Taylor Krchnak.

 

The Hallsville Soccer team also participated in the race with Jaime Martinez, Dylan Holley, Giovanni Alvarado, Nikolaus Harris and Angelo Fradella posting the fastest finish times for the soccer team. 

 

Congratulations to all of the participants and many thanks to the coaches and volunteers that made the event a success!

Tennis Update

The Hallsville High School tennis team moved to 2-0 in district play, 4-1 on the year, with an 18-1 win over Sulphur Springs.

Senior Luke Rodgers is now 10-0 on the season in boys singles play.

Bobcats vs Dragons - Sept 16, 2016

Hallsville High School was unable to stop Nacogdoches’ running back Phillip Jones in a 35-14 loss on Homecoming Night.

Despite not being able to stop the run, Hallsville played competitive until the fourth quarter. After Jones’ second touchdown put the Bobcats behind 21-7 in the third quarter, Tye Smith intercepted Nacogdoches quarterback Noah Hildebrand and returned it for a 32-yard touchdown.

In the fourth quarter and down by 14, the Bobcats were unable to convert a fourth-and-1 at their own 29. The Dragons put the game away as Hildebrand completed an 18-yard pass to Jaylon Douglas for his second touchdown pass. The Nacogdoches quarterback finished with 145 yards passing and one interception.

Blair Fernandez was the Bobcats’ leading rusher with 86 yards on 10 carries. Starting running back Jamall Davis only carried the ball three times on the first drive for 19 yards before leaving with an injury. He was later taken to the hospital. Peyton McGarvey completed eight of 14 passes for 72 yards. Chris Kuler led the Bobcats in receiving with four receptions for 52 yards.

Both teams had first quarter drives that advanced to the opponents’ territory end with fumbles. Nacogdoches’ Kris Wade caught a pass and fumbled to give Hallsville the ball at its own 45. McGarvey broke a 26-yard run on third-and-two from the Dragons 34 but fumbled at the eight. Nacogdoches recovered and took over at its own 23.

Hallsville got back in the game with a four-play 75-yard drive. Fernandez broke a 47-yard run to the Dragons 28. A horse collar penalty moved the ball to the 14. The Bobcats used some trickery as wide receiver Ty Meissner threw a 10-yard TD pass to McGarvey to cut the deficit to seven.

Ladycat Volleyball

Laura Rose Gray dominated at the net with eight blocks and five kills, and the Hallsville Ladycats improved to 2-0 in District 16-5A play with a 25-13, 25-18, 25-13 win over Texas High. 

Audrey Slaten chipped in with 10 kills and five digs for Hallsville (18-8). Kelsey Offutt added six kills, and Melody Weaver had 15 assists and two aces. 

Hallsville will visit Pine Tree on Tuesday.

Bobcats Help at Elementary Schools

Last Friday morning was a little special at the Hallsville Elementary schools...the Varsity Bobcats helped with the morning drop off!! 💜
Love our Bobcats!
#AsOne

Football Tickets Available

1st District game this Friday night at Bobcat Stadium!!
Mt. Pleasant vs Hallsville with a kick off at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets will go on sale today through Friday noon!
General admission - Adults $5 & Children $3.
Reserve section tickets - Adults $9 & Children $8.
General Admission ticket can be purchased at A Posh Affair
Reserve section tickets can be purchased at the
HHS Athletic office
Let's go Cats!! #AsOne