Veterans and first responders honored at Adrian R-III

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The annual Veterans Day breakfast and assembly at Adrian R-III was held on November 11, 2014. Veterans and first responders were invited to attend a breakfast hosted by FCCLA. After that they moved to the gym for a special all-school assembly.

Three speakers addressed the students and staff: Garden City Fire Chief Mark Lopez; Matt Cunningham, Staff Sgt. Chaplain’s Assistant in the MO National Guard; and AHS Junior Steven Jacobs.

Adrian trap shooters finish strong in Area 7 league

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In the Area 7 trap shooting league that includes 15 teams, the Adrian A Team won 1st place overall and the B Team finished in 4th place. Out of 90 individual shooters, four Blackhawks placed in the top 10: Conrad Walley, Wade Cumpton, Blake Doody and Steven Jacobs.

Blackhawks receive special awards

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Adrian Blackhawk football players who received special end-of-the season awards are pictured. Front row, left to right: Austin Corley, MVP; Isaac Romi, Best Offensive Lineman; Logan Tallman, Best Back; Adam Cochran, Hit Stick Award. Back row, left to right: James Wood, Hustle Award; Matthew Wright, Hit Stick Award; Hunter Harris, Most Defensive Points; Ryan Baker, Most Improved.

Elks Hoop Shoot

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The Adrian Elks Lodge held its 5th Annual Hoop Shoot free throw contest November 1, 2014 at the Adrian High School gym. Contestants were few but great shooting, the best out of 25. The winners are pictured, left to right: Colton Miller, Crosby Kimminau, Kaden Shannon, Brody Ford, Brock Ford, Bryler Ford.

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Adrian Youth Cheerleading teams compete in Cheer Competition

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The 2014 AYC cheer season presented a wonderful opportunity for the girls to have their talents showcased in the ultimate forum, competition. Saturday, November 15th, AYC’s two competition recreational cheer teams took to the mats for the first time at the State Fair Spirit Classic National Cheer and Dance Competition at the Mathewson Exhibition Center in Sedalia. These two teams competed against other recreational cheer teams. AYC also had eight cheerleaders that competed in Specialty Categories.

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