Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Several people spent today setting up the pumpkin stand, which benefits the Athletic Boosters.
The pumpkin sale at Hayfield Secondary School starts with limited inventory today and opens for full service Friday. The sale, which benefits the Hayfield Hawks Athletic Booster Club, includes pumpkins and gourdes, mums, canned fruits, decorations and other fall items. The school is located at 7630 Telegraph Rd.
Saturday, September 22, 2012
The Hawks are now 2-2
The Hayfield Hawks lost in the final minutes of Friday night's game against the undefeated Yorktown Patriots. "You've got to fight," said Hayfield coach Roy Hill to his team after the game. "If it doesn't hurt, then you shouldn't be playing this game. You should relish this moment. People got their money's worth. You've got what it takes, so stop making excuses. We need to run the football, catch the football and make touchdowns. It's that simple." The Hawks next face Centreville away on Sept. 28. Enjoy the photos!
Sunday, September 16, 2012
The Hawks are now 2-1.
The Hayfield Hawks fell to the James Madison Warhawks (2-1) 24-17 on Friday. The Hawks are 2-1, and the loss can be attributed to turnovers and a blocked punt in the fourth quarter, which resulted in a Madison Touchdown. "Nothing teaches you better than pain. It's the best teacher in the world," said Hayfield coach Roy Hill to his team after the game. "Hey, this is a man's sport and you've got to pick yourselves back up. Do you think Yorktown is going to feel sorry for us next week? I don't think so." The Hawks face Yorktown at home on Friday, Sept. 21. Gametime is 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Hawks aim to have fun and learn skills in first season since 2004
There’s a distinct feeling of practice to what’s going on in West Springfield’s auxiliary gym—where the Hayfield gymnastics team trains these days. The space is packed with traditional gymnastics equipment: uneven bars, landing pads, balance beams, springboards for the vault, and an area for floor exercises. But it’s also a place where athletes are clearly learning some moves for the first time. Unlike what you see when an accomplished group of athletes takes the field for practice, like a playoff football team or the highly touted West Springfield girls’ basketball team which works out across the hall, what’s going on here just looks hard. Along with gymnasts from Lee and West Springfield, the Hawks athletes, many of whom haven’t …
Sunday, December 11, 2011
Click-Through Photo Gallery: Hawks win game Friday night before large crowd in away game at West Springfield.
The Hayfield Hawks basketball team won their game, 47-40, Friday night against the West Springfield Spartans at a game played at West Springfield. The game, played before a large crowd, saw the Hawks pull away and win the game. For their next game, the team will face Mount Vernon on Tuesday night.