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  • TN prep state meet results

    Meet ends tomorrow. Results courtesy of Earl Nall, retired Oak Ridge National Laboratory engineer who has done the TSSAA website since its inception.

    Boys: http://earlnall.com/track/
    Girls: http://earlnall.com/trackg/

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    Hats off to the Howard Lady Hustlin' Tigers for winning the state in their classification. Star 9th-grader LaQuisha Jackson led Howard with her 11.87 (NWI) and 24.53 (-2.2).

    http://www.tfponline.com/news/2009/may/ ... an/?sports

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    • #3
      Here is a picture of our own beautiful Howard Lady Hustlin' Tigers, courtesy of chattanoogan.com. Oh how nice it is to see something great track-wise come out of the Scenic City!!!

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      • #4
        Cool uniforms.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by DrJay
          Cool uniforms.
          I'm pretty sure those unis are courtesy of Oakland Raider Terdell Sands, former Howard player. He is a great person who has not forgotten where he came from. Very loyal to Howard.

          The great Reggie White, also a Howard grad, gave a lot of money to that school and its athletic department before he passed away. Terdell has picked up the ball in fine fashion. Every Howard team has the nicest of uniforms.

          Howard is such a great place and has produced so many outstanding graduates. They used to be known as simply the "Tigers." As I was told, it was their former legendary basketball coach, Henry Bowles, who decided to add "Hustlin'" to the nickname. Now, you just have to call them the "Hustlin' Tigers." Anyone who refers to them as just the Tigers is surely not from here. "Lady Hustlin' Tigers" is kind of wordy, but we have to say it, in honor of Coach Bowles and the great Howard tradition.

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          • #6
            http://www.chattanoogan.com/articles/article_151830.asp

            Here's a column on a local website about the Howard girls. The author writes with sort of a Southern accent. But I appreciate his enthusiasm anyhow.

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