High School Hallways – Week of December 17th
High School Hallways is brief weekly digest of happenings in McKinney area high schools.
1) MISD Message Concerning Sandy Hook Elementary School Tragedy
McKinney ISD staff joins our community and the rest of the nation in mourning the tragic events that occurred December 14 at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Read More.
2) Basketball Scoreboard: Boyd, North Girls Have Home Success on Friday Night
On a busy Friday night in MISD basketball, the Boyd and North girls team won big home games, while the North boys lost a overtime thriller at Frisco and MHS came up just short at Richardson Pearce. Read More.
3) McKinney Music and the Arts to Take Place at Allen ISD Performing Arts Center
Join us as McKinney ISD Fine Arts presents an evening of “McKinney Music and the Arts” on Friday, January 18, 2013 at the state-of-the-art Allen ISD Performing Arts Center. Read More.
4) Alumni Update: Former Bulldog David Douglas Claimed By Tampa Bay Buccaneers
On Nov. 22, former McKinney North Bulldog wide receiver David Douglas was claimed off the New York Giants practice squad by the Tampa Bay Bucs. Read More.
6) TSB's Basketball Game of the Week: Home Court Advantage Proves Key as Boyd Beats Wakeland
McKinney Boyd’s Zach Rubel stepped to the free throw line to shoot his two free throws. Read More.
7) MCA Varsity Cheerleaders Find Success at NCA Competition
Our McKinney Christian Academy Varsity Cheerleaders competed in the National Cheerleader Association State of Texas Competition last weekend at the Dallas Convention Center. Read More.
8) MCA Lady Mustangs Drop Two of Three in S & S Love of the Game Tournament
The McKinney Christian Academy Lady Mustangs found rough sledding at last weekend's S& S Tourney, dropping two of three basketball games and seeing their season record drop to 9-4. Read More.
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