HHS Sports Week with Megan Waters
Season Update: Starting out the summer with a bang, the Southland Hogs traveled to the HHS field to play our Tigers on Wednesday, June 6.
In a double header, the Tigers won their first game 11-2, however, fell short in the second game with a defeat to the Hogs.
The games were competitive and gave the Tigers a look into what needs improvement in the future games.
The Tigers also played West Jeff, Monday, June 11 at HHS.
Up Next: The Tigers will travel to Bonnable to play Grace King on June 18.Volleyball Conditioning
Season Update: Last week the Lady Tigers began their extensive conditioning and started optional practices during the afternoon.
The girls are expecting a good turn out for their team camps and games coming up later in the summer.
Up Next: On June 25-27 the Ole Miss coaching staff is coming to work with the girls on techniques and skills of the game.
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