The Jag News

FM9's Online News Source- September 24th, 2014

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HEB Drumline Competition

Saturday the 13th, the FMHS drumline went to their first competition of the 2014-2015 school year. Schools from 6 different divisions (4A novice, 5A novice, 5A advanced, 6A exhibition, 6A novice, and 6A advanced) competed to be the number one in each of their divisions.

CFMHS tied for fourth place with Martin High School and was only one point away from third place. Their front ensemble won the best front ensemble award for the 6A advanced division for the 7th time In a row.

"I think we can win the award next year too, because the front ensemble is very experienced and we have won this award 7 times in a row. Our upcoming section leaders are also very strong musically." Says freshman Xylophonist, Neetin Khadka.

Homecoming Football Game FMHS vs McKinney Boyd

On Friday September 19, Flower Mound celebrated homecoming. The Jaguar Varsity football team took on McKinney Boyd at Neal E. Wilson Stadium. The game was a blowout as Flower Mound couldn't stop Boyd's star running back, Dedrick Scrivens, who is already receiving college football offers from across the nation. Scrivens scored 5 touchdowns, had 231 yards on ground, and 1 catch of 31 yards also resulting in a touchdown.

McKinney's offense couldn't be stopped as they had 658 total yards against Flower Mound's defense. Flower Mound scored early in the 4th quarter when wide receiver, Freddie Jackson, caught a 34 yard pass from Hayden Houser. Sadly, that touchdown didn't help the Jaguars much on the scoreboard. The game ended 44-6.

"The game was one sided," said freshman Caleb Kim who was in the stands watching the brutal game.