• PHS Prom Court will be taking their newspaper picture on Wednesday @ 12

  • Early Dismissal today @ 2:00, No School Friday and Monday. Happy Easter!

  • Track: Friday- Meet @ Robinson, Tuesday- Meet @ Casey, Wednesday- Meet @ Lawrenceville, Friday- Meet @ Cumberland GIRLS ONLY

  • Rocking Horse is having a corsage bar this week.

  • Graduation Practice will be on May 17th.

  • Seniors Last Day will be May 10th!!!

  • Senior Signing Day will be held on May 10 @ 1:45

  • PHS Prom will be on May 4th starting at 8:00pm

  • Team Pictures will be taken on April 17th. Softball @ 3:30 Baseball @ 3:45

  • Seniors, don't forget about your graduation slideshow. They are due April 28th

  • Seniors need to turn in their pictures, quotes, and wills by April 15th

  • Softball: Thursday- Game @ Newton JV ONLY, Friday- Game @ Palestine, Monday- Game @ Tri County

  • Baseball: Friday- Game @ Palestine

  • Today's Lunch: Beef Taco on Soft Shell

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Hut/Pal Tigers vs. Armstrong Trojans

It was the Hutsonville-Palestine Tigers’ first game of the season on Monday night against the Armstrong Trojans at Oakland, and it was a close one. Throughout the game, the Tigers and Trojans were neck and neck, never letting the other team score more than four points ahead. Both teams played very good offense and defense, making it a tough battle. Although some of the calls didn’t go the Tigers’ way, and there seemed to be some favoritism for the Trojans, our boys played hard and continued to work diligently to earn the win. The Tigers took a victory win against the Trojans, 49-45.

The Tigers have been working very hard throughout the summer and the school year by having many open gyms and numerous practices Monday through Saturday. Coach Ray, along with the assistant coaches, have worked very hard with the boys thus far, and is very excited to see what this season brings. Coach Ray is determined to allow the cheerleaders and fans to be as involved with the team as they can, while making sure this year is a fun and exciting experience.


Hut/Pal Tigers vs. Hoopeston Cornjerkers

The game started back and f0rth down the court Tuesday night, and the Hoopeston Cornjerkers made the first shot with two points. The Cornjerkers got the lead within the first few minutes. The Tigers were able to catch up soon thereafter, but not enough to get the lead. They had some difficulty with the offense and defense, but eventually pulled through and made a comeback in the second quarter.

At half time, the score was 35-20, the Cornjerkers continuing the lead. In the third quarter the Tigers picked up the pace, but the Cornjerkers were determined to not let them get ahead. Senior Jerry Gower got injured, but was able to go back in the game. It was a neck and neck tie between the two teams in the fourth quarter, and although they both put up a good fight, the Tigers were unable to beat the Cornjerkers, making the final score 49-45.


Hut/Pal Tigers vs. Judah Christian Pride

It was a tough start for the Hutsonville-Palestine Tigers Wednesday night. Judah Christian Pride dominated the court in the first half. The Tigers did not play as well as they have been, with little to no offense. By halftime, Pride had a twenty point lead of 30-10.

In the second half, the Tigers got into the game more and scored some points, but not enough to catch up to Pride. They had control over the ball for the rest of the game, finalizing the score 58-36.


Hut/Pal Tigers vs. Martinsville Bluestreaks

The Tigers made a comeback on Friday afternoon against the Martinsville Bluestreaks. The boys were excited to get back in their groove, making this game very thrilling. The Tigers took dominance of the ball the whole game. The Bluestreaks were having a rough time getting on the scoreboard, while the Tigers were having no trouble with points. Their defense and offense improved tremendously from the previous nights.

At half time the score was 48-5, Tigers. The boys and fans were extremely eager to see the team play so well. The Tigers took over the ball for the remainder of the game, only letting the Bluestreaks score three more points. Final score was 74-8, Tigers.


Tigers vs. Tri-County Titans

The Titans started off the game Friday night scoring first. They were able to score four points before the Tigers made it on the scoreboard. They were able to catch up to the Titans and get the lead. At halftime, the score was 38-29 Tigers. In the second half a lot of careless mistakes were made, which cost the Tigers a win. The final score was 75-68 Titans.

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