Faith Wheeler, Author at Ksst Radio
North Hopkins Baseball Senior Night
Apr11

North Hopkins Baseball Senior Night

By Faith Wheeler and Amy Sprague The North Hopkins Panthers had their baseball senior night on Tuesday April 10th, in honor of their only graduating player, Chase Williams. Senior night followed the Varsity Baseball game against Fruitvale in which North Hopkins won 9-1. Williams has played North Hopkins baseball all four years of high school and is one of the star athletes at North Hopkins. Williams was escorted by his parents Charlie...

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North Hopkins Receives 2nd at Academic UIL
Mar27

North Hopkins Receives 2nd at Academic UIL

On Wednesday the 21st the North Hopkins High School competed at the district academic UIL meet, hosted at Martins Mill. North Hopkins received 2nd place and is proud to announce that they had seven students qualify to compete at the Regional UIL meet. The following students qualified for Regionals that will be on April 13th and 14th: Rachel Stanley 3rd place informative speaking and 1st place in Lincoln Douglas Debate, Samuel Stanley...

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Wheeler Selected Area 6 FFA Vice President
Feb27

Wheeler Selected Area 6 FFA Vice President

North Hopkins very own Faith Wheeler sweeps for the win as she received a Vice Presidency position on the Area 6 FFA Officer team. The Paris District FFA selected Wheeler, the newly retired 2017-2018 Paris District FFA Vice President, in early January to run as one of their two candidates to represent them at the Area 6 FFA convention. Before being selected Faith underwent an extensive application, testing and interview process. She...

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North Hopkins Homecoming Reveal
Jan30

North Hopkins Homecoming Reveal

The results are in, and a new king and queen have been crowned. The North Hopkins homecoming was held Friday January 26, 2018 where the Panthers defended there home court against the Dallas Gateway Gators. The junior varsity boys went into overtime winning the game with a final score of 24-23 and the varsity girls won their game 69-5. The varsity boys game had every fighting Panther fan on their feet with a close game that rolled into...

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