By MIKE BURRIS
If you didn’t make the trip to El Dorado Springs to watch the Blackhawks take on the Bulldogs you missed one of the more memorable games in Adrian football history. Adrian came back from a 20-0 deficit to defeat El Dorado 39-36 in front of faithful fans that traveled from Adrian to watch them play. Battered and bruised, the Blackhawks showed determination, strength, and pride en route to victory.
The Adrian Junior High football team enjoys another incredible season of football with a record of 8 wins and no losses. This is the second year in a row that the Jr. High has acheived a perfect record. With the great balance of play calling from the coaches, with 124 running plays and 93 passing plays for the season, it shows the skill level and diversity of the team. The team outscored their opponents 246 to 72 for the season. The Adrian Jr. High Cheerleaders helped the team and crowd lead our team to victory in every way.
The Adrian Lady Blackhawks volleyball team was on the road last week as they traveled to El Dorado Springs Tuesday, October 14 and to Sherwood on Thursday, October 16. The Lady Blackhawks were defeated by El Dorado in three.
2007 Adrian High School graduate Cody Knuth spoke to Adrian High School engineering students Friday, October 10. Cody is currently an architectural engineer in Kansas City. He talked to the students about what he does for the firm, how he survived engineering school, and what the kids can do now to prepare themselves for an engineering career.
The Adrian High School Student Council (STUCO) organized a blood drive held at the school on Thursday, October 9, 2014. In cooperation with the Community Blood Center, STUCO invited students and staff to donate blood. AHS student Jeremy Dryden gives blood during the STUCO blood drive. Drawing his blood is Cynthia Thompson, a Donor Care Tech II with Community Blood Center.