The Auxiliary Units of the Abernathy Band represented Abernathy High School well at the West Texas Auxiliary Competition held at Coronado High School in Lubbock, TX, on September 24, 2016. The High School Twirling Lines each placed 1st in their divisions. The Varsity Line was also recognized as the Outstanding Small School Twirling Line. Each girl performed a solo and received a "Superior" rating. The Varsity Twirling Line consists of seniors, Alicia Cortez, Madisson Kemp, and April Nelson, juniors, Britton Renfro and Alyse Robertson, and sophomore, Arianna Martinez. Members of the JV Line are sophomore, Sarah Martin, and freshmen Taelor Liess and Kendall Simmons. Liess and Simmons also performed a duet, received a "Superior" rating and were recognized as the Outstanding Twirling Ensemble. Outstanding job Lopes!
The Auxiliary Units of the Abernathy Band represented Abernathy High School well at the West Texas Auxiliary Competition held at Coronado High School in Lubbock, TX, on September 24, 2016.
The Color Guard placed 3rd in the 2AA division. Members of the Color Guard are seniors, Ashlee Biggs, Alesia Macias, and Gabby Perez, juniors, Natalie Goodman and Marissa Moreno, sophomores, Jasmine Barragan, Isa Martinez and Abby Mendoza. Goodman and Moreno received an "Excellent" rating on their duet and the trio of Biggs, Macias, and Perez received a "Superior" rating. Great job Lopes!
Bryson Daily ran for a pair of touchdowns in the second and third quarters, as Abernathy topped Memphis, 26-7.
Daily scored on a 3-yard run at the 1:49 mark in the second quarter and via a 9-yard run with 3:54 left to play in the third quarter for the Antelopes, 2-2.
Congratulations to the 2016 Homecoming Court!
Freshman Duchess – Kendall Simmons
Sophomore Duchess – Kaitlin Nick
Junior Duchess – Kalli DuBose
Senior Princesses - Alicia Cortez, Darbey Havens, Bailey Houston, Samantha Sullivan
Crown Bearer and Escort – Camilla Yates and Jett Stephenson
Each year, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) releases accountability ratings for schools and districts, as well as some additional honors that schools can earn called distinctions. This year AMS earned five of the 7 possible distinctions offered by TEA! Congratulations to AMS for this accomplishment!
Students will have no school on September 19th. The teachers and staff will be at work, learning and preparing for our next six weeks. Have a great day!