Freshman basketball player Sophie Enloe

Alexia Jordan, Reporter

December 10, 2019

Sophie Enloe is a freshman basketball player who has been playing for around nine years. “I think this season will be good. We have learned multiple plays and everyone has been making an effort to get better,” Enloe said.  Basketball is what Enloe enjoys doing. “I like playing basketball because it...

The season for hunting duck

Holden Loper, Reporter

November 22, 2019

In the North Zone of Texas, duck season will begin on Nov. 9, 2019, then run till Dec. 1, 2019. There will be a short time of recreation then the season will pick back up December 7, 2019, and run through till Jan 26, 2020. In the South Zone of Texas, duck season will start Nov. 2, and run on to ...

Jake Loftin and basketball

Alexia Jordan, Reporter

November 21, 2019

Jake Loftin is a freshman basketball player who has been playing for about eight or nine years.  “I have been playing basketball since I was in pre-k,” Loftin said. Basketball is what Loftin likes doing. “Basketball is really fun to me it is my passion,” Loftin said. Loftin enjoys p...

Tis the season

Sophie Enloe, Reporter

November 5, 2019

Basketball is just around the corner, and Freshman Cailyn Trousdale is thrilled for the season to start. “I am very excited for basketball season! Basketball season is my favorite season throughout the year. We use all of our work, and we push through every day throughout the week. So we do that...

Coach? Is that you?

Coach? Is that you?

Darren Dawkins, Reporter

November 1, 2019

 On Friday, October 18, the football team played Colmesneil at home. Colmesneil’s football coaches are Caleb Hardy, Cody Day, Trevor Morgan, and Byran Sanford who were once coaching at West Hardin except for Byran Sanford. “I feel like they’re going to know what we are going to do because they...

Stubblefield; The Football Way

November 1, 2019

Waylon Stubblefield is a sophmore football player who has been playing for eight years. “I like football.  It is different now than last year. I miss how it was last year,” Stubblefield said. Stubblefield uses football as stress-relief. “It felt good to unload some of the anger that I have...

Senior Night

Senior Night

Charley Nugent, Managing Editor

October 24, 2019

Tuesday was senior night for the varsity volleyball team. This night is memorable for the seniors because it is the last home volleyball game they play of the season and the last home game they play in high school.  Mallory Brown, Baelynn Fenton, Payton Hughes, Terra Tanton, Kaylee Wortham, and Man...

Terra’s outlook

Sophie Enloe, Reporter

October 15, 2019

This summer the cheerleaders went to cheer camp to improve their cheers, compete for awards, and learn. Senior Terra Tanton didn’t like cheer camp because it was really early and she didn’t have time to eat. “It was not fun for me because I don’t like getting up early in the morning, and we ...

Regional bound

Regional bound

Trinity Duke, Reporter

October 14, 2019

 At the District Cross Country Meet 4 students qualified for regionals. The meet was held Wednesday, October 9  at Liberty Municipal Park. Evan Johnson placed 4th and Bradley Brown placed 9th. For the girls, Kaleigh White placed 5th, and Mallory Gallander placed 9th.  The team is coached by Mr. Cody...

Real CheerLEADING

Real CheerLEADING

Alexia Jordan, Reporter

October 11, 2019

The West Hardin Spill has interviewed Kimberlann Gilley, a freshman, for a cheerleader feature.  “Cheering is fun, it takes a little bit of time to get used to different things that you have to learn, but, “I like it.” “Yes I did go to cheer camp. How long was the camp? “ The cheer camp was like 4...

Lady Oiler McCauley

Lady Oiler McCauley

Sophie Enloe, Reporter

October 10, 2019

Junior Marisa McCauley is a volleyball player who enjoys working with others. “I like just being part of a team,” McCauley said. McCauley has been playing volleyball for 5 years and has won several awards in middle school. “I won over-achievement and being the hardest worker on that pa...

Freshman perspective

Freshman perspective

Sophie Enloe, Reporter

October 9, 2019

Two-a-days are the days of the month before school starts in which the volleyball players get warmed up for volleyball. Freshman Shelby Tousha got to experience two-a-days for the first time this year and she recalled how long it lasted. “It was a couple weeks, maybe the beginning or middle of summe...

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