September Videos

Posted on 1800/01/01


Homecoming Queen Brianna Bueno and her escort, Josh Ruiz, presided over the Sept. 26 Homecoming parade down Broadway.


On a night when Goddard beat the Eagles 29-19, the HHS marching band got a chance to show off its musical abilities and new uniforms.


Students from College Lane, Coronado, Taylor and Edison had a "Eureka" moment when they performed in a National Dance Institute production on Sept. 26.


Andre Foster celebrates a goal following a Sept. 23 win over Goddard. Hobbs dominated, winning 6-2.


The Eagles came out fired up for Homecoming on Sept. 19 but lost 25-21 to Onate in the final minute of the game.


Dalton Piwenitzky and Brianna Bueno were crowned Homecoming King and Queen on Sept. 19 during a special assembly at Hobbs HIgh School.

Hundreds of elementary students were on stage on Sept. 12 for the National Dance Institute's Broadway Bound performance.


Students from Jefferson, Southern Heights, Will Rogers and Broadmoor - as well as teachers - got their shot at a Broadway musical when the National Dance Institute came to town on Sept. 12.

staked plains

Hobbs second-graders got a taste of country life when they visited the Staked Plains Roundup at the Western Heritage Museum on Sept. 11.


The Lady Eagles volleyball team fell in three straight games to Gadsden on Sept. 9 at Tasker Arena.

ice bucket

HMS Warehouse staff - as usual - responded in a big way on Sept. 9 after receiving an ALS  ice bucket challenge from Sanger staff.


Penguins were among the surprise characters who made an appearance in the Sept. 6 production of "Aladdin" at Tydings Auditorium.

soggy fans

Nearly two inches of rain did little to slow down the Eagles when they beat Artesia 44-20 in their home opener on Sept. 5.

pep rally

Sophomore Amy Vejil was among the cheerleaders who kicked up their heels during HHS' first pep rally of the year on Sept. 5.


Taylor Jones got in on the scoring when the Lady Eagles beat Artesia 7-0 at home on Sept. 2

eagle night

Eagle football players weren't the only ones kicking up their heels at the Sept. 1 Eagle Night. Cheerleaders, dance team members and band members also got a chance to kick up their heels.
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