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Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

May 10, 2017
Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

Delinda Wisdom

Delinda Wisdom

Dear Mrs. Wisdom,
Throughout my four years of attending Azle High School, you are one of the teachers who has made the biggest impact on my education.
You have made my worst subject my best subject. Because of you and your teaching methods, mathematics is now my favorite core subject.
Your docile personality has always made it easy for me to ask questions, and feel comfortable during lessons. You have one of the sweetest souls and kindest hearts when it comes to your students.
Not only have you made it easy for me to solve algebraic equations, absolute value, and logarithms, but you have also helped me with life skills.… Read the rest

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Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

May 10, 2017
Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

Tia Moen

Tia Moen

Dear Mrs. Moen,
When I joined theatre sophomore year I didn’t really know what I was getting myself into.
I learned so much in such a short amount of time without realizing that your program would shape who I was meant to be.
You have become my number one role model along with my mom. I am so grateful for how you pushed me to take leadership roles within theatre to break me out of my shell and be more confident.
For example, if you told freshman me that I would be going to New York for college, I would have laughed.… Read the rest

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Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

May 10, 2017
Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

Jeffrey Tschoepe

Jeffrey Tschoepe

Dear Mr. Tschoepe,
From the time I initially had you freshman year, I could tell you would become one of my favorite teachers of all time.
As I am one who loves to discuss all aspects about the sports of football, baseball, and so on, you were one person who consistently could kept me entertained.
Whether it be our talks on how your beloved Baylor Bears offense would be doing in several years, to the long talks about the Rangers bullpen, it was always a joy to be late to my next class.
But you were more than just someone to talk sports to.… Read the rest

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Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

May 10, 2017
Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

Mysti Creacy

Dear Mom,
In year one you taught me how to eat, breath, and generally live.
In year two you taught me to walk and start talking to you.
In year three you taught me to read, and showed me how much it could add to my life.
In year four you showed me that I needed to be a protective brother to my sisters.
In year five you and dad brought me to Texas and told me this was our home.
In year six you taught me to strive for straight A’s at all times.
In year seven you ran over my foot.… Read the rest

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Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

May 10, 2017
Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

Kayla Reneau

Kayla Reneau

Dear Mrs. Reneau,
My decision to take APUSH was a very hesitant one. I heard you were a great teacher and very laid back so I knew I had to take your class.
Although I didn’t take the AP test because I knew it wouldn’t go good, I still learned and enjoyed your class so much. I knew each day of junior year that going to your class was going to be fine. I knew I didn’t have to stress over anything because you were very understanding.
You made learning history somewhat fun for me and when you told me you would help me with my History dual credit over the summer I was very thankful.… Read the rest

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Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

May 10, 2017
Azle High School’s 2017 Top Ten academic and faculty honors

Chris Allen

Chris Allen

Coach Chris Allen and Coach Monica Allen,
Gifts come in small and big packages but regardless of size the most impactful gifts come from the heart.
In my short time, here at AHS y’all have made a major impact in my life, in fact, a complete 360 as far as sports go.
We have put a lot of time in together and it has led me to a new passion. You two have given me the heart of wrestling, the true raw value it possesses – the relentless hunt and pursuance of one’s dreams.
I am a stronger and more confident man because of this sport and without y’all I would not have had that opportunity.… Read the rest

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There’s More to Cross Country Than Running

May 10, 2017
There’s More to Cross Country Than Running

Running three miles in a cross county race requires more than strong legs; coach Keith Boenisch puts runners through a full-body workout at AHS. Photo by Mark K. Campbell

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Hoover honored for his support at ACU

May 10, 2017
Hoover honored for his support at ACU

This plaque honoring Keith Hoover is near the ACU diamond.

With a tree and plaque near ball field

by Mark K. Campbell
On April 28, Abilene Christian University planted a tree and placed a plaque beneath it to honor late Azle resident Keith Hoover.
The event took place on the south lawn of Poly Wells Field before an ACU-Central Arkansas softball game.
Wildcat coach Bobby Reeves said he considered Hoover the program’s No. 1 fan.… Read the rest

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Spring Football Drills

May 10, 2017
Spring Football Drills

The 2017 Hornets get up early for spring drills; practices start at 6:20 a.m. Football in May ends the 24th with a full pads scrimmage. Photo by Mark K. Campbell

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Camp signups continue

May 10, 2017
Camp signups continue

Baseball is just one of three camps slated for June 12-15. AHS head coach Stephen Smith will again direct drills at the Azle High School diamond. Photo by Mark K. Campbell

by Mark K. Campbell
Registration is ongoing for summer sports camps.
Those with dates locked in:
• tennis – June 6-9
• wrestling – June 6-9
• boys’ basketball – June 7-9
• softball – June 12-15
• soccer – June 12-15
• baseball – June 12-15
• volleyball – July 17-20
• girls’ basketball – July 24-27
Dates have not been pinned down for elite volleyball (tentatively July 13-15) and football (early August).… Read the rest

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