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Help Hillgrove win $100,000

Hawks Football Family and Friends. Please see the information below for a great opportunity to support our school. This opportunity comes from one of our major football sponsors with multiple kids in the high school and middle school program! The website link is below, but you are welcome to review the entire program attached for review. I completed it just now and it is even less than 2 minutes and it's a great chance to support our school and our program! 

http://www.celebratemydrive.com
 

The purpose of the Celebrate My Drive event is two-fold;

First, to promote teen safe driving and the important responsibilities you have as a driver.

Secondly, Hillgrove will win one of 10, $100,000.00 grants by having the most individuals to make on-line commitments to Safe Driving through our “Celebrate My Drive” website.

In order to make this happen we need you to do the following:

1)    Go to the Celebrate My Drive website and make a commitment to safe driving starting tomorrow(October 15th) and every day through the 24th  for Hillgrove High School. 

(Anyone that is 14 years or older with an email address can make a commitment)

2)    Pass this email and instructions on to everyone you know that is 14 years or older with an email address and tell them to vote for Hillgrove.

3)    Tell your friends, parents, face-book connections to commit as well. People anywhere in the US can make a commitment for Hillgrove High School.

Thank You for your participation and telling all of your friends to make their commitments for HillgroveHigh School !!

 

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Hillgrove’s Palazzo named girls athlete of the week

Hillgrove’s Palazzo named girls athlete of the week

This week’s Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Girls Athlete of the Week is Hillgrove kicker Rachel Palazzo. Until last Friday night, Palazzo was just a student trainer for the football team, as she had been for the past three and a half years. During this time, the senior had already built relationships with the coaches and players. Due to her powerful striking ability from being apart of the Hawks’ girls soccer team throughout high school, kicking field goals through the crossbar looked as though it would be an easy transition for Palazzo.

Throughout the week leading up to the game against Kennesaw Mountain, head football coach Phil Ironside told Palazzo at practice she would likely get her chance to kick in the second quarter after he had seen her belt field goals from the 20-yard line and the 25-yard line during practice. That promise came to fruition after quarterback Matt Wilson’s 16-yard touchdown pass to Richard Hallman early in the second quarter. With the support of her team rallying behind her and the encouragement of the crowds in the stands, the extra point went through and Palazzo became the first female in Hillgrove history to score points for the football team. It is still unknown whether or not Palazzo is the first female football player in all of Cobb County to score points.

She ended up kicking six more extra points during the game, finishing the night a perfect 7-for-7. With the senior kicker’s help, the Hawks dominated the Mustangs 52-20, and Palazzo will likely see the 20-yard line again this season.


by posted 10/22/2014
MDJ Athlete of the Week
Athlete of the Week: Hillgrove's Sonny Harris
by Adam Carrington 
acarrington@mdjonline.com 
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10-13-14  --AOW 01-- Hillgrove High School's Sonny Harris. Staff/Kelly J. Huff
10-13-14 --AOW 01-- Hillgrove High School's Sonny Harris. Staff/Kelly J. Huff
 
 
Hillgrove senior running back Sonny Harris took over the offense Friday night in helping Hillgrove get separation from other Region 4AAAAAA opponents. 

He rushed for 314 yards on 28 carries in the Hawks’ 72-46 win over North Paulding and is tied for second in the state with eight touchdowns in a single game. His longest score came on 84 and also had touchdowns of 21 and 12 yards out. 

Year: Senior

Position: Running back



Read more: The Marietta Daily Journal - Athlete of the Week Hillgrove s Sonny Harris 

 

 

Congratulations to Coach Ironside and the entire coaching staff for a great win!


by posted 10/15/2014
Volunteer Opportunities

HILLGROVE HAWKS are still in need of volunteer support! Specifically in the area of concession hours for Hawks Friday Night Varsity Games:

To sign up, go to:
www.SignUpGenius.com/go/4090E4CADA62AAA8-hillgrove3/6053732


by posted 10/15/2014
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