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The newly-formed Paris High chapter qualified 9 students in 6 events to advance to the state finals of the Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) during the Region 8 contest held recently in Mount Pleasant.
The PHS chapter produced three regional event winners. Itzuri Ramirez, Jessica Ibarra, and Amber Powell placed first in Project Visualize for their public service project which collected boxtops for Crockett Intermediate School. Other event winners were Ibarra in Children’s Literature Pre-K and Carol Sanchez in Impromptu Speaking.
The State contest will be held in January. The chapter sponsor is Tori DePriest.
Paris results (State qualifiers in italics):
Senior outside hitter Justice Flowers and sophomore libero Katy Hall were named to the All-Red River Valley volleyball first team, as selected by The Paris News. The Ladycats also had a pair of second team selections: Senior Bebe Johnson and junior middle blocker Lindi Hamner. Receiving honorable mention was sophomore setter Deagan Dingman.
The Deanne Dial coaching era at Paris High tipped off Tuesday night with a 56-43 season-opening loss to the Mount Pleasant Lady Tigers in the Wildcat Gym.
Dial, who moved over from Rains High School to take over the Ladycats basketball program from departing head coach Ted Mackey, enters the 2015-16 season already missing the two main scoring cogs from last year’s team: Graduated seniors Jazz Pipkins and Tevaria Council. In addition to leading last year’s team in scoring, the duo formed the backbone of the Ladycats’ defense, rebounding, and ball movement.
In other words, Paris fans can expect a transition period this year.
Compounding the rebuilding effort was the fact that last year’s No. 3 scorer, sophomore Nautica Harris, had a courtside seat beside Deal on the bench Tuesday as she recovers from a leg injury. To make matters even worse, junior post Dextiny Patrick soon joined them on the bench after quickly picking up a couple of personal fouls.
The Lady Tigers took advantage of the situation by jumping out to a 15-9 start after one quarter. The Ladycats found themselves down, 13-22, midway through the second quarter before switching to a full-court press which trimmed the MP lead to 26-24 at halftime.
Cold shooting and turnovers by Paris along with domination on the boards inside enabled MP to stretch the lead to 12 points, 38-26, before a 3-point play by Patrick and an Adreiona Jenkins putback pulled Paris within 7, 38-31, midway through the third quarter.
It was as close as the Ladycats would get. MP led, 48-35, heading into the final period, and the Lady Tigers were able to go into a 4-corner stall to air out the clock the rest of the way. Both Paris junior point guards, Jenkins and Serenity Sanders, fouled out trying to get the Lady Tigers out of their 4-corner delay, which left the Ladycat offense even more rudderless.
Zakayla Ashley, a junior post player whose 8 points kept the Ladycats close in the first half, finished with 9 to tie senior guard Raven Jordan for team scoring honors. Jenkins finished with 8.
Lauren Williams led the Lady Tigers with 15 points.
Both MP sub-varsity teams also won. The Lady Tiger freshmen beat Paris, 38-13, while the JV was a 54-50 winner. Cap Johnson scored 13 for the Ladycat JV, while Taylor Looney added 12.
The Paris varsity enters the Saltillo Tournament starting Thursday, while the JV and freshmen play in the Prairiland Tournament on Saturday.
Quez Allen follows Breshaun Steward's block into the end zone for what proves to be the final rushing TD of his Paris High career
The Kaufman Lions ended the season for the Paris Wildcats along with the Quez Allen Era Friday night with a 37-20 bi-district win at Greenville’s T. A. “Cotton” Ford Stadium.
The Cats should have known it wasn’t going to be their night when a pair of interceptions were not enough to stop the District 8-4A-1 champions on a second-quarter possession that staked Kaufman (10-1) to a commanding 21-0 lead.
Apparently, they didn’t get the message, however, and rallied to within 3 points, 21-24, before Kaufman’s superior size wore down a game Wildcat defense while a stout Lion defense clamped down on Allen and his offensive teammates in the fourth quarter.
Allen, who rewrote the Paris High record book during his 4-year career, added 3 more touchdowns (1 rushing, 2 passing) to his career total of 106, and he pushed his career total offense to 10,340 yards. Still, the Kaufman defense held the explosive Cat offense to a season-low 252 total yards.
Allen’s two primary weapons, junior receivers JaKerion Brown and Jalon Pipkins, were held in check. They caught one pass each for a total of 32 yards and no TDs.
The Cats knew that stopping the Kaufman rushing attack would be a monumental task, and they packed the box to try to stop a bevy of Lion runners. Kaufman ended with 297 rushing yards, including 152 by senior Dru Prox whose touchdowns on the Lions’ first two offensive series gave Kaufman a 14-0 lead.
Kaufman then staged a successful onside kick which began a bizarre 13-play, 34-yard march. During that key series, Paris had not one, but two interceptions negated (one by penalty, another by a fumble). The Lions converted three fourth downs on the drive, the last one resulting in a 21-yard throwback TD pass to a seldom-used tight end.
The game should have been over at that point, but it wasn’t. Paris (6-5 and the District 7 No. 4 seed) countered with a short Allen TD run and an Allen-to-Treavon Sims TD pass to close within 21-14 before Kaufman extended the lead to 24-14 at halftime.
Another Allen scoring throw, this time to sophomore tight end Demetric Glover, made it a 24-21 game just 4 minutes into the second half.
That was a close as the Cats would get, however, as the Lion defense held Paris to back-to-back 3&outs while the Lion offense delivered a pair of knockout scoring drives behind the running of Desmond Williams and Devyn Morris, some timely passes to their tight ends, and a bit of trickery on a flanker reverse throwback pass to quarterback Austin Gomez.
The Paris defense made the Lions earn their yardage. Junior linebacker Dre McKinney was credited with 27 total tackles (7 solo), while sophomore linebacker Quin Perry had 10, and senior defensive end Ty Gray 12. Sophomore Jordan Furtch totaled 14, and senior Jamar Sanders 10 plus a key steal that set up Paris’ final score.
Diarva Brown intercepts a ball intended for Dre Prox, but the turnover is voided by a pass interference call
Senior Justice Flowers earned Most Valuable Hitter designation and two other Paris Ladycats were named to the first unit of the All-District 15-4A volleyball team as selected by league coaches.
Sophomore libero Katy Hall and senior Bebe Johnson were first-team selections. Making the second team were junior middle blocker Lindi Hamner and sophomore setter Deagan Dingman. Receiving honorable mention were seniors Tezyana Wrice and Mary Cobb along with juniors Dextiny Patrick and Tieren Gates.
The Ladycats finished fourth in the district with a 4-6 record.
Paris High seniors Alex Montellano and Kendra Thomas placed fourth and sixth, respectively, at the Region 2 UIL Student Congress contest on Nov. 12 in Pittsburg. Montellano is an alternate to the state competition. Their sponsor is Tracy Roden.
Quez Allen follows JaKerion Brown's blocking for another long gain vs. the Panthers
As Quez Allen nears the end of a remarkable four-year career at Paris High, the Wildcat senior quarterback surpassed three more significant milestones Friday night in the Cats’ 48-10 win over crosstown rival North Lamar.
Playing probably his final game at Wildcat Stadium, Allen continued his relentless assault on the Paris High record book by becoming the school’s career passing yardage leader. He entered the game with the PHS career rushing crown in tow.
Along the way, he cleared a couple more milestones that most high school athletes can only reach in their wildest dreams: The 10,000-yard mark in total offense (combined rushing and passing) and 100 combined touchdowns.
The play that pushed him over the top was the first Paris offensive snap of the second half. Allen connected with fleet-footed junior JaKerion Brown in the left flat. Brown got a seal block from senior receiver Treavon Sims, and the Paris duo motored up the home sidelines 81 yards into the record books.
The yardage officially pushed Allen past Corban Taylor in career passing and over the 10,000-yard plateau for total offense. He finished the game with 17 carries for 183 yards and 3 rushing TDs plus 2 more scores among 8 of 13 completions for 176 yards passing.
Allen now sits at 10,132 total yards (almost 6 miles) and 103 total TDs, and he’s not done, yet.
Friday’s victory not only sealed possession of the Crosstown Showdown Trophy for the fifth straight year, but it punched a ticket to the Class 4A-1 playoffs as the District 7 No. 4 seed. The Cats (6-4, 2-3) face District 8 champion Kaufman (9-1, 5-0) next Friday, Nov. 13, at Greenville’s T. A. “Cotton” Ford Stadium in a 7:30 bi-district kickoff.
Allen had plenty of help in the season-ending win over the Panthers (5-5, 1-4). The Paris offense rolled up a season-high 410 rushing yards as the Cats controlled both lines of scrimmage.
Senior Dren Rollerson had 12 carries for 70 yards and a score, Brown had 137 yards of tandem yardage (receiving, rushing) plus 2 TDs, and sophomore Donovan Williams carried 12 times for 111 yards.
Junior Jalon Pipkins caught his school-record breaking 12th TD reception (breaking the previous mark of 11 set last season by KD Scott), and junior kicker Zach Lamb, despite a rare miss earlier in the night, broke the school mark for PATs in a season (he’s now 55 of 57).
The defense also did its part holding down an explosive NL attack. The Panthers were missing injured quarterback Versache Buchanan, who broke his arm in last week’s loss to district champion Liberty-Eylau. While Buchanan’s speed might have stretched the Cat defense, it’s doubtful his absence was a difference maker in the ultimate outcome.
Still, without Buchanan on the field, the Panthers struggled with 12 series of 3 & out and were held to 101 yards rushing and 184 yards of total offense.
Paris already held a 34-0 lead before the Panthers finally hit the scoreboard on a Nick West field goal and a 78-yard strike from sophomore Matt Gibbons to Julique Franklin.
Paris junior linebacker Dre McKinney notched 21 total tackles and 1 of 3 sacks recorded by the Wildcats. Defensive end Ty Gray had 13 total tackles and a sack, and sophomore linebacker Tre Perry had the other sack along with 10 stops.
How Wildcat Opponents Fared:
JaKerion Brown races goalward on an 81-yard pass play that sent Quez Allen over the top in PHS career passing yardage and past the 10,000-yard career yardage milestone
Justice Flowers (11) and Lindi Hamner leap to block a kill shot by SFA recruit Ann Hollas
The 8th-ranked Spring Hill Lady Panthers ended the season for the Paris Ladycats Monday night with a dominant, 3-game sweep in their Class 4A bi-district playoff at Mount Pleasant High School, 25-14, 25-11, 25-16.
Paris (13-24), the No. 4 seed from District 15, found itself in deep holes in the first two sets (down 3-10 in Game 1 and 1-9 in Game 2) before showing some life midway through Game 3. The Ladycats took a 12-8 in the final game behind three straight points by senior Bebe Johnson.
Following a Spring Hill timeout, the Lady Panthers (36-4) reeled off 9 straight points to regain the lead, 17-12, and never looked back. Spring Hill, the District 16 champion, moves on to the area round against the winner of Wills Point-Kaufman.
Spring Hill featured a strong service game which kept the Ladycats on the defensive and unable to mount any consistent counter-attack. The Lady Panthers notched 10 aces in the match and had numerous other deep serves that the Paris backline couldn't control.
Seniors Justice Flowers and Bebe Johnson finished their careers with 9 and 7 kills, respectively. Other Ladycat seniors are Tezyana Wrice, Sara Lancaster, Gabby Finch, and Mary Cobb.
Senior Chandler Bawcum finished in a tie for 5th to pace the Paris High boys golf team at the Mount Pleasant Fall Golf Tournament Monday at Mount Pleasant Country Club.
Bawcum shot a round of 82, which was 6 strokes back of individual medalist Colin Juban of Hallsville, who shot a 76. Other Paris scores were junior Jake Ensey 87, sophomore Parker Chapman 99, freshman Justin Meredith 110, and freshman Nick Gentry 120.
Hallsville won the event with a team total of 317. North Lamar finished a distant second at 354, while Paris tied for fourth with a combined 378.
JaKerion Brown's 46-yard run sets up another Wildcat touchdown
The Quinlan Ford Panthers whittled 10 minutes off the clock to drive 80 yards in 18 plays to take a brief 6-0 lead over the Paris Wildcats Thursday night at Hobart Lytle Memorial Stadium. While the Panthers controlled the clock, the quick-strike Paris offense controlled the scoreboard in a 35-6 win that ended the Cats’ 4-game losing streak.
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Paris now heads into the regular season finale against North Lamar with the same scenario they shared last season: The winner of next Friday’s Crosstown Showdown at Wildcat Stadium will punch a playoff ticket as the District 7-4A-1 No. 4 seed. The loser will have to buy a ticket to see the playoffs.
Both teams have hit a skid after promising 4-0 starts to the season and will bring identical 5-4 overall records and 1-3 district marks into the annual Lamar County rivalry. One team will leave with the district’s consolation prize and a bi-district playoff date against District 8 champion Kaufman.
Meanwhile, Liberty-Eylau (4-0) is perched to defend its district football title after beating North Lamar, 47-29, on Thursday. The Leopards host Princeton (3-1) next Friday. Princeton fell into a second-place tie with Pittsburg (3-1) after a 49-39 loss to the Pirates. but the Panthers could create a 3-way tiebreaker scenario for the top spot if they can upset the state-ranked Leopards.
All District 7 games were moved up 24 hours to avoid potential storms that were scheduled to move through the region this weekend. Fortunately, the Cats were able to weather the grinding, old-style, Wing-T offense that Ford has built.
Although the Panthers owned a hefty advantage in offensive plays (67 to 39), the Paris defense was able to hold Ford to 170 rushing yards on 56 carries (a 3.0 yards average). After the opening drive, the Panthers managed to find the red zone (inside the Paris 20) just one other time all night.
True to form, Ford attempted just 11 passes, competing 4 for 47 yards. When Paris scored on all three of its first-half possessions to take a 21-6 lead into halftime, the Panthers’ Senior Night party was virtually over.
The Cats were efficient with their limited possessions and needed to punt just once. Two other Paris series ended on downs at midfield.
Senior quarterback Quez Allen completed 8 of 14 passes for 132 yards and 3 TDs. He rushed for just 23 yards on 6 carries, well below his previous season low mark of 83 rushing yards vs. Palestine.
Senior Treavon Sims caught 2 of Allen’s TD passes among his 3 receptions for 62 yards. Junior Jalon Pipkins had the other TD reception, his 11th of the season.
Sophomore Donovan Williams had 85 of Paris’ 172 yards gained on the ground. He scored once, as did senior Dren Rollerson.
Junior JaKerion Brown had two of the night’s biggest highlight plays: A 46-yard run that set up one score and an 80-yard screen pass and run that was negated by offsetting personal foul penalties.
How Wildcat Opponents Fared:
Justice Flowers wasn't quite ready to see her Senior Night come to a quick end Tuesday in the Wildcat Gym and sparked the Paris Ladycats to a Game 3 win over the Liberty-Eylau Lady Leopards Tuesday night in the regular season finale.
However, L-E proved too athletic and quick for Paris and took a 25-22, 25-23, 19-25, 25-17 win to clinch the No. 3 seed from District 15-4A. Paris advances to next week's playoffs as the No. 4 team and has a date with either 8th-ranked Spring Hill or 25th-ranked Gilmer. Those two schools meet Friday to decide the top two seeds from District 16, and Paris will face the winner of that match.
The Lady Leopards, 6-4 in district play, eked out close wins in the first two games which were tied on a combined 20 occasions. Paris couldn't overcome an 0-5 start in Game 1 and couldn't close out a Game 2 victory despite holding a 23-21 advantage. Three unforced Paris errors and a Lady Leopard kill by Chelsea Fagan enabled the visitors to win the game and take a 2-0 match lead.
Flowers, the Ladycats' leading attacker for the season, came alive to break a 5-5 tie with a pair of blocks and two kills to give Paris a 9-5 advantage. L-E never got closer than four points the rest of the game.
Unfortunately, the energy didn't carry over into Game 4, as the Lady Leopards took the lead for good at 4-3. The loss dropped Paris to 4-6 in district play and 13-23 overall.
Before the match, Ladycats Flowers, Bebe Johnson, Tezyana Wrice, Gabby Finch, Mary Cobb, Sara Lancaster, and manager E Harris were honored in their final home appearances.
The Ladycats' bi-district match will be played either Monday or Tuesday, Nov. 2-3, at a site to be determined.
Both Paris sub-varsity teams closed out their seasons by sweeping their L-E counterparts.
Jalon Pipkins pulls in 52-yard touchdown pass from Quez Allen
It wasn’t the night that the 16 Wildcat senior football players had envisioned as they faced the expanse of empty seats during introductions prior to kickoff on Senior Night at Wildcat Stadium.
It wasn’t the outcome they hoped for, either, as the Pittsburg Pirates dealt Paris its fourth straight loss, 48-30, Friday under a steady light rain and before a sparse turnout due to an imminent threat of severe weather.
Mother Nature allowed completion of the District 7-4A-1 contest which leaves the Cats with the stark reality that their next loss could end a season that began with dreams of a state title. Paris, now 4-4 overall, remains winless in district play at 0-3.
The Cats travel to Quinlan Ford (1-7, 0-3) on Thursday, 7 p.m., to try to regain their winning touch. That game was moved up 24 hours to avoid the forecast for another stormy weekend.
They return to Wildcat Stadium on Friday, Nov. 6, for another true Crosstown Showdown against North Lamar. Barring shocking upsets, the implications for the Paris-NL game should be a repeat from 2014: Loser goes home, winner goes on (to the playoffs).
While the Paris defense showed some improvement from previous weeks (when opponents averaged 280 yards rushing per game), it was the Pitt defense which never let an explosive Wildcat offense get untracked.
Paris closed to within 14-10 on a Zach Lamb field goal just three minutes into the second half when the Brian Baca-led Pirate attack took control of the game.
Pitt, now 7-1 for the season and 2-1 in district, scored 20 unanswered points to take a 34-10 lead with 10 minutes remaining. The schools then combined for a bizarre 34 total points over the course of the next two minutes to provide the false impression that this game was an offensive slugfest. It wasn’t.
Paris quarterback Quez Allen had a pair of TD runs that bookend the scoring among his 22 carries for 129 yards rushing, but he didn’t find his rhythm until late after the outcome was decided. He completed just 12 of 31 attempts for 186 yards and 2 TDs.
Both Paris scoring receptions were by junior wideout Jalon Pipkins for 90 of those yards. Junior JaKerrion Brown caught 5 passes for 46 yards.
Pitt held Paris to 354 total yards and a 5.1 average per play. Only Argyle has managed a better defensive showing this season against the Cats (287 yards, 4.1 average).
The Paris defense forced three Pitt punts in the first half, thanks partly to several dropped balls by open Pirate receivers. Once they started hanging onto Baca’s passes, the balanced Pitt attack finished for 396 combined yards (189 rushing, 207 passing)
Senior Diarva Brown recorded his fourth interception of the year for the Cats, who can be reasonably optimistic that recent history is on their side. Following an upset loss to Pitt last season, the Cats were on the verge of playoff elimination as they headed into their final two games and needed to beat Quinlan Ford and North Lamar to qualify.
They got their second wind and used a strong finishing kick to advance three rounds into the state playoffs.
How Wildcat Opponents Fared:
Tieren Gates dives for a one-handed dig save which drops over the net for a point in Ladycats' win over Pittsburg Friday
Despite a tortuous second set which witnessed their opponents fighting off 10 game points, the Paris Ladycats locked up a playoff spot Friday with a 25-7, 30-28, 25-7 win over the Pittsburg Lady Pirates in the Wildcat Gym.
Also on Friday North Lamar (9-0) officially wrapped up its fifth straight district title with a win over runnerup Pleasant Grove (7-2). Liberty-Eylau (5-4) is in third place, but Paris (4-5) can tie the Lady Leopards for the No. 3 seed with a win Tuesday in the Wildcat Gym in the regular season finale. An L-E win means Paris, 13-22 overall, will finish fourth in District 15-4A and meet the District 16 champion (either Spring Hill or Gilmer) in the bi-district round the week of Nov. 2.
Paris had a relatively easy time dispatching Pittsburg (1-8) despite using a new rotation which caused a 10-minute break in action early in Game 1 while officials tried to correct a substitution error. Once play resumed, the Ladycats quickly closed out the set which featured a long run at the service line by jump-serving sophomore libero Katy Hall.
Game 2 was an entirely different story. Paris was primed to take a 2-0 match lead with a 24-16 advantage when Pitt went on an 8-0 run to tie the set at 24. The Ladycats had 2 more game points, and the Lady Pirates also had a couple in topsy-turvy action before 3 straight Pitt errors ended the drama.
Long service runs by Hall, senior Mary Cobb, and junior Tieren Gates closed out the match in Game 3. Gates produced the play of the day when she dove for a one-handed dig save that dropped over the net for an unexpected point to give Paris its first, and only needed, match point at 24-7 in Game 3.
The Paris High cross country team closed out the 2015 season by finishing 16th in both boys and girls divisions at the Region 2-4A Championships Monday at Grand Prairie Lynn Creek Park.
The top individual finishers were junior Matt Cochran (35th among boys) and sophomore Lilly Lewis (60th in girls).
The Wildcat golf team won a tournament Tuesday hosted by Commerce at Sands Hills Country Club, led by senior Chandler Bawcum, the individual medalist with a round of 77.
Paris finished 1-2-3 among the boys. Junior Jake Ensey was runnerup with an 85, and sophomore Parker Chapman fired a 94. Other Paris scores were by freshmen Nick Gentry 96, Justin Meredith 100, and Drew Bush 114.
Senior Macey Chapman finished tied for fourth with a 120 as the lone PHS girls' entry.
Tezyana Wrice leaps to block a Bailey Foy spike and give the Ladycats a 14-13 lead in Game 2
Lacking the normal electric atmosphere of a Crosstown Showdown, the 17th-ranked North Lamar Pantherettes took a step closer to another district volleyball championship with a 25-17, 25-20, 25-18 sweep over the Paris Ladycats Tuesday night in the Wildcat Gym.
The Pantherettes remain unbeaten in District 15-4A at 8-0 and can clinch the title Friday when they host second-place Pleasant Grove. Paris, meanwhile, can clinch a playoff berth Friday back in the Wildcat Gym despite a 3-5 district record with a win over Pittsburg.
The match drew, for this rivalry series, a somewhat sparse and subdued crowd due to the disparity in team records. NL is 31-7 for the season, while Paris is 12-22, although the Ladycats own 1 of the 3 dropped games on the Pantherettes' otherwise spotlight district record.
NL broke away from a 9-9 Game 1 tie with a 4-0 run started by a Bailey Jones kill. The Pantherettes were never threatened in the opening set.
Game 2 was closely contested, and Paris took its first lead at 14-13 on a block of leading NL hitter Bailey Foy by Ladycat senior Tezyana Wrice. It seemed to energize the home team, which regained the lead three more times in the game. The last advantage came at 19-18 on a kill down the line by outside hitter Bebe Johnson.
Four straight unforced errors by Paris deflated the Ladycats and enabled NL to finish out the game and take a 2-0 lead in the match.
The Ladycats started Game 3 in a daze, prompting a quick timeout by Paris coach Donya Mooney. Her players responded by working back into a 12-12 tie before the Pantherettes closed out the match.
Earlier in the evening both NL sub-varsity squads beat their Paris counterparts by 2-0 counts.
Paris High choir students earned 14 chairs in the High School Treble Region Choir and 6 chairs in the High School Mixed Region Choir during auditions held in Mount Pleasant on Oct. 10.
Those students will return to Mount Pleasant on Saturday, Oct. 31, for the All-Region Choirs Clinic/Concert.
Meanwhile, three PHS students who earned chairs in the Mixed Region Choir also qualified to advance to area auditions (junior soprano Tieren Gates, sophomore tenor Jake Freelen, and senior bass Quinn Dillard. Three more students qualified for pre-area (junior alto Deja Sikes, senior tenor Juan Flores, and senior bass Blaine Grissom.
This marks the second year of existence for the Treble Region Choir, and PHS choir director Jan Blize noted that PHS girls comprise more than 23% of that choir. There were about 20-25 schools who participated in regional auditions.
Assisting Blize were choir director Richard Gray and accompanist Dottie Billman.
HS Mixed Region Choir:
HS Treble Region Choir:
High School Mixed Region Choir: (front, from left) Averi McFadden, Yessica Ramirez, Deja Sikes, Tieren Gates; (back) Jake Freelen, Juan Flores, Blaine Grissom, Quinn Dillard
High School Treble Region Choir: (front, from left) Rhea Tabora, Taylor Seals, Laura Jaramillo, Ann Barrios, Tierra Ellis, Katelyn Humphrey, Elizabeth Frazier; (back) Angel Lopez, Akeirria Garvin, Baleigh LaForge, Shayna Beamon, Gabby Kennedy, Jermiia Mosley, Jacaela Yates
Each month Paris High staff recognizes a student who goes above and beyond the norm of student expectations to help make the school a better place for learning. At the end of the year, the name of one of the monthly winners is drawn to receive a $100 Applebee’s gift card. The 2017-18 winner is Michael Godwin. See monthly winners on our Students of the Month page.
Paris High students were recognized for their athletic accomplishments at the recent Athletic Awards Banquet. Read more.