- published: 19 May 2017
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Hayward Generation - from deep in the video archives of Hayward School. In the late 1990s and early 2000s Mr Tustin captured quite a selection of digital video in and out of science lessons and around school. If you think there may be something in the archive let me know and I will have a look and maybe I can post it.
ITS FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS SEASON AGAIN AS HAYWARD HOSTS TENNYSON AT SUNSET FIELD THE FARMERS STRIKE FIRST IN THIS ONE. RAMON BARRAZA FINDS MELVIN LIPSEY AND HE TURNS ON THE JETS ALL THE WAY FOR THE SCORE, PAT WAS NO GOOD...6-0 HAYWARD AFTER 1. TENNYSON ANSWERS BACK IN THE SECOND, HAND IT OFF TO QUINCY BASS AND HE'LL DO THE REST SPRINTING PAST DEFENDERS FOR THE TOUCHDOWN. PAT WAS NO GOOD AS WELL AND WE'RE ALL TIED UP AT 6. HAYWARD THREATENING TO SCORE AGAIN BUT JOE MELLO COMES UP WITH THE PICK, HE'S GONNA RUN FOR A WHILE TO PUT THE LANCERS IN GOOD FIELD POSITION. PENALTIES WOULD TAKE TENNYSON BACK NEAR THE GOAL LINE WHERE THE FARMERS GET A BIG STOP AS NELSON SUISALA GETS THE SACK IN THE ENDZONE FOR THE SAFETY TO GIVE THE FARMERS AN 8-6 LEAD AT THE HALF. THE LANCERS FIGHT BACK IN THE SECO...
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Brownsburg High School senior Gordon Hayward talks about his game-winning layup to win the 2008 Indiana High School Boys Basketball State Championship on 3/22/08 over the Marion Giants 40-39. Hayward will play colleigately at Butler Univeristy next winter. The interview is courtesy of HoosierAuthority.com.
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NOT A BIG CROWD BUT A HAPPY ONE AT HAYWARD HIGH AS THE FARMERS FACE ENCINAL. FIRST QUARTER BIG PLAY HERE AS THEO OLIVER KEEPS IT GOES AROUND THE LEFT END AND HE IS GONE THE JUNIOR RACING 90 YARDS FOR A TOUCHDOWN, LOTS OF WATER ON THE GRASS ON THIS ONE SO EVERY SCORE WAS HUGE. DEANGELO GONSALVES DID A NICE JOB RUNNING THE BALL FOR THE FARMERS, HE GETS 15 AND A FIRST DOWN HERE. BUT WITH ALL THE WATER THE BALL WAS SLIPPERY AND WE SAW A LOT OF THIS AS THE BALL IF FUMBLED AND ENCINAL’S AUSTIN GLUSHENKO RECOVERS STILL SIX NOTHING ENCINAL BACKED UP AND THE BALL IS LOOSE IN THE END ZONE AND HAYWARD’S JOSEPH PATTERSON HAS IT FOR THE TOUCHDOWN AND WE’RE TIED AT SIX ALL. THEN BACKED UP AGAIN THE JETS SET TO PUNT BUT INTO BLOCK IT IS ODALE HICKMAN AND ODALE PICKS IT UP AND WALTZED INTO THE END ZONE FO...
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Hayward Elementary in the northwest part of Sioux Falls serves a diverse and growing population of students. In addition to being a Title I school - and you'll find out what that means in this video - Hayward also has a community health clinic, community center, and dedicated staff.
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