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Patriots cruise to 65-0 win against Wildcats

Eight players scored touchdowns for the Independence Patriots Friday night as the Patriots cruised to a 65-0 Southwestern 4A Conference win against their host the Garinger Wildcats.

Quarterback Kelvin Hopkins opened the scoring with a 12 yard pass to Jamar Jenkins, Will Walton hauled in a 33 yard touchdown pass and Pierre Lockwood scored on an 18 yard pass from […]

By |October 27th, 2014|Around Town, Independence High School|1 Comment

Bain School reunion slated for November 15

Did you ever wonder what happened to the girl you adored in the second grade at Bain School?  Or the mischievous boy who was always being sent to the principal’s office for throwing spit wads?

You just might find out the answers if you attend the Bain School Reunion for all classes, including anyone and everyone who ever attended the historic school dating to 1889, on November 15.  You’ll also have a chance to share photos with classmates and participate in the silent auction to benefit the Bain Restoration Project.  Double saxophonist Denny Allen, a Bain School alum, will provide music for the event. […]

By |October 8th, 2014|Around Town, Bain Elementary School, Featured Posts|3 Comments

Principal surprised at halftime

Independence High School Principal Amy Dellinger was named named the 2014-2015 East Learning Com-munity Principal of the Year. The staff received word, but kept it from Dellinger until halftime Friday night. It was a big surprise.

By |September 25th, 2014|Independence High School|23 Comments

Patriots allow Huskies to score points but not win

By Ron Morris

Entering Friday’s night non-conference battle between county rivals the Hough Huskies and host Independence, the Patriots had been un-scored on and undefeated.
However, at the 8:14 mark in the second quarter, the Patriots gave up 3 points on a 27-yard field goal. Before the game ended, Hough managed to put 17 points on the board, but the Patriots stayed undefeated by defeating Hough 27-17.
Independence was the first to get on the board with 1:30 to go in the first quarter. The Patriots drove the ball 52-yards and on a one yard run by quarterback Kelvin Hopkins. The Patri- ots took the lead 7-0. […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Around Town, Independence High School, Schools, Sports|3 Comments