Forestburg Elementary Debbie Roger’s Pre-K Class
Debbie Roger’s Forestburg Pre-K class learned about the letter “L” and the color red by made cotton ball llamas and red pajamas this week.
Lady Horns play well
By Cheyenne Banks
For those who haven’t heard, the Forestburg High School volleyball team has performed very well this year and are expected to go far.
Head coach, Cori Hayes said, “I’d like to be the first to say that I am very proud of my team and all the hard work and dedication they have put into this sport to represent Forestburg ISD.”
The Lady Horns have done a marvelous job with receiving high recognition from multiple schools and various opponents that we have competed against this season so far.
As a team, we would like to personally thank all the volleyball parents and supporters that have helped cheer on and encourage the Forestburg Varsity volleyball team at both travelling and home games.
On Sept. 15, the Forestburg Lady Horns took on the Valley View Eagles for our second district game.
As a team, we played well, and I can personally say we had fun and genuinely enjoyed playing the Eagles.
Although we were defeated, we held our heads high after the excitingly close match against the Valley View Eagles. The Lady Horns took the Eagles to five sets: 25-22, 19-25, 25-23, 12-25 and 14-16.
The starting lineup statistics for the game against the Eagles were, in no particular order: Hope Phipps with 23 total serves, two aces, 14 kills, 14 digs, two assists, and two blocks; Cheyenne Banks with 15 total serves, four aces, and seven digs; Kaylee Choate with 19 total serves, six aces, three kills, four digs, and 19 assists; Cheyenne Karr with 10 total serves, an ace, and two digs; Lexi Britain with 14 total serves, three aces, six kills, and 11 digs; Haley Nolan with nine total serves, five kills, three digs, four assists, and a block. Forestburg Lady Horns, played well, and we all look forward to a fun and exciting season.