Carson Dimsdale rushed for nearly 300 yards and a score, and Truitt Manuel reached the end zone on offense and defense in West Henderson’s 40-10 home victory over Erwin.
This was bound to be North Henderson Knights’ night last Friday, based on how their band hit every note perfectly in playing “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Then the football team was nearly as flawless, in upsetting mighty Hendersonville.
West Henderson Falcons dealt Oak Grove Grizzlies a grisly end to their season, winning the series finale in a ten-run slaughter.
West Henderson High School seniors are grateful that the school has resumed its ritual of sliding down a steep hill, capping off their picnic and field day with what they say is a bonding experience with classmates.
West Henderson is in “attack mode,” thrashing most baseball opponents.
West Henderson matched the 1984 squad by going 12-0, ending up 12-1, and bowing out in round three.
West Falcons turned the community of Mills River into a “Thrills Reservoir” with an impressive triumph.