Tiger Times

Graci Henard

Graci Henard, staff writer

Graci Henard is a senior and first-year staff writer. Graci has risen to the challenge of this new extracurricular, the Tiger Times, as well as being involved in varsity golf, NHS, FCA, and formerly, Tiger Theatre. She is dedicated and hungry for success in everything she does, as seen in her many titles: 2019 girls golf District 15-5A Individual Champion, 2019 All-American Summer Showdown Champion, 2019 Sonic Drive-In Champion, and many more. Graci’s success in the classroom as well as the golf course is a result of giving 110% effort in everything she does. If Graci is not studying or on the golf course, you will probably find her playing with her hamster, Peaches, or refereeing between her two sisters, Emma and Abby. Graci is excited for her senior year, even under the circumstances and is eager to write for the newspaper as a way to get information out and to speak her mind.

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 Sophomore Reece Gaylor kicks the ball away from an opposing player. Soccer players usually find themselves competing in harsh weather conditions.

Frosty on the field

March 5, 2021
Junior Angie Parrott hits the ball during the Pleasant Grove Invitational at Northridge Country Club Feb. 25. Parrott shot a personal best of 87.

Another win

March 3, 2021
This year, the Olveras had to face many obstacles all circling back to one issue: COVID-19. Because of ongoing safety hazards, the Mexican border has been closed on and off. 

Borderline precautions

February 25, 2021
Carter Maneth hits his ball onto the green from the fairway at the Tiger Classic earlier this year. Maneth has committed to play golf in college after high school.

Commitment over COVID-19

February 24, 2021
Sophomore Olivia Huckabee, senior Graci Henard and sophomore Macy Maynard remain loyal to the Republican Party because of its stance on issues, such as gun control, abortion and biased media.

Why we back red

January 21, 2021
Junior Beth Dietze takes notes during an in-class lecture. Being diagnosed with dyslexia ever since she was young, Dietze is faced with challenges on a daily basis.

Adapt and overcome

December 2, 2020
California resident Tiffany Esquino, however, recognized and took the opportunity to help make a difference by volunteering to participate in the Moderna vaccine trial, a study to eradicate the coronavirus.

A shot at a cure

December 1, 2020
Camden Robertson knew that he probably wouldn't have the opportunity to continue the majority of his middle school sports once in high school. Because of this, he leaned toward another sport: golf. 

Comeback kid

November 11, 2020
For the first ten weeks of school, students who arrived early were allowed to remain in their cars; however, administrators are now in full-throttle to prevent students from staying in the parking lot before the first bell.

Parking problems

November 5, 2020
Junior Braylon Stewart stiff arms a Hallsville defender in attempt to gain yards for the Tigers. The Tigers won with a score of 56-17.

Bobcat beat down

October 30, 2020
History teacher Danny Williams leads his class in discussion. Every student on campus is required to be masked.

Conversations stopped

October 25, 2020
The effects of COVID-19 can be seen throughout the country with UIL canceling spring seasons and the NCAA imposing a new set of rules for the safety of athletes and coaches. In mid-March, the Board of Governors called for a recruiting “dead period.”

Recruitment standstill

October 14, 2020
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Who has it worse?

September 23, 2020
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