Headline Archives - November 2016

 
 Headline Archives

November 2016

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Natalbany Middle Food Drive  
 
"We  Rise by Lifting Others" -Robert Ingersoll
 Students at Natalbany Middle School collected can goods to donate to the Serenity House in Ponchatoula. NMS teachers helped supply Jeff Ridgel with items to help prepare Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless shelter. Pictured left to right: Jordan Dorman, Jaci Legard, Ja'mya Williams,  Grace McDonald, Coby Wortham, Jamar Lott and Mr. Jeff Ridgel.
 
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 Sumner Middle Football Team
 
 Jewel M. Sumner Middle School football had their first ever undefeated season in the school's history.  The coaches recently recognized the team for this honor with an awards night.  TPSS Athletic Director, Mark Vining, helped to unveil a large sign that was placed in the school's cafeteria with the names of all the team members and coaches.  Coach Donald Currier gave the team a motivational talk and each individual team member was recognized. 
 
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Nesom Memorial School Cheerleaders

Lucille Nesom Memorial School Cheerleaders performed in the Thanksgiving Day Parade in Houston, Texas this year.  They performed with over 300 other cheerleaders and dancers from all over the USA.  Pictured from the right are Alexis Coffey, Mary Woods, Savannah Woods, Captain, Hanna Pelligrin, Co-Captain and Haley Oliphant.

 
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Champ Cooper Girls Champs

Champ Cooper Boys and Girls Teams won the Ponchatoula Junior High School Strawberry Classic Basketball tournament recently.

Champ Cooper Boys Champs

 
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Loranger High District Champs

Friday night, the Loranger Wolves beat Salmen 23-21 to become the District 4A champions.  It's only the team's second year in class 4A, so this was a big accomplishment for the boys, the coaches, and all the Loranger High School family. Loranger High's season record is 7-2, and they meet Riverdale Thursday night at home for the last game of the season. Photo credit - Gary Lee;

  
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