New Heights

  • Hawks began season with 1-2 record
     The New Heights Hawks began their season last week by losing two of their first three games.  The Hawks opened with a road loss to Long Middle School on November 29, by a score of 37-14. “I think it could have been a case of the first game jitters,” said Coach Billy Blakeney. “We played all 15 of our players.” Scoring for New Heights were Carico Miller and Travay Hatten 4 points each, Dadric Miller 3, Matthew Terry 2, and Dedric Robinson 1.
  • New Heights Middle School honor roll
    New Heights Middle School All A’s  and A/B Honor Roll First Nine Weeks   All “A” Honor Roll   6th Grade: Brannon Deese, Logan Duvall, Brandon Edwards, Devion Funderburk, Asia Johnson, Rebecca Marze, Jamira Massey, Winter McClellan, Austin Melton, Megan Nicholson, Jimmy Patel, Joseph Price, Wesley Smith, Peyton Usher. 
  • Jefferson, Petersburg get good report cards
      Staff reports Chesterfield County schools generally reported average grades in school report cards released last week by the South Carolina Department of Education. Jefferson Elementary School and Petersburg Primary were bright spots, with Jefferson achieving a growth rate of excellent and Petersburg achieving an absolute grade of excellent.
  • Hawks fly past Warriors 30-14
    The New Heights Middle School Hawks improved their record to 4-2 with a convincing 30-14 win over Indian Land Middle School last Thursday evening in Pageland. On their first two possessions the Hawks turned the ball over on fumbles. With the Warriors on their 40, the Hawks’ Tyvonne Blakeney intercepted a pass and raced 35 yards untouched for the game’s first touchdown. Quan Welch added the two-point conversion for an 8-0 lead with 3:38 left in the first quarter.