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Archive: 2016

Back: Cole Zellers and Austin Stanley. Front: Jayda Johnson and Hayden Hart


Noah Colclasure and Taryn Rowland show off their dance moves at the FBLA Boogie for Babies dance held on  February 17th. FBLA donates all proceeds to March of Dimes.

Congratulations to Shane Atkinson who was a finalist and received a $200 scholarship from the accounting challenge.

 This year's accounting team challenge was to make the longest cantilever that would hold the most golf balls HCSH's team held 9 balls before dropping on to Jacob Jones' protected face!

Over 300 students competed in SIU's Annual Accounting Challenge including Shane Atkinson, Hannah Hart, Jacob Jones, Nate Neal and Serena Shelton.

Mrs. Ellis's Shakespeare class with their finished masks they made for "Much Ado about Nothing."

Senior Ethan Rapp fights for the rebound during the Foxes game against Waltonville.

Senior Oakley Dial looks for the open man during the Foxes game against Waltonville.

Congratulations to the WYSE team for taking 1st place at today's Regional Competition at Rend Lake College! Pictured is: Tyler Gray, Trenton Butler, Corrie Grubb, Landen Billington, Remington Carrell, Jared Rexing, Matt Rubenacker, Kyle VanAbbema, Jordan Pike, Clay Ragan, Codee Bond, Lauren Ward, Sarah Mead, and Scott May.

The Kiwanis Club recently made a $200 donation to the KARE Foundation. Each year the KARE Foundation is able to take local students shopping for themselves before Christmas. The KARE Foundation is funded by donations from the generosity of local clubs, businesses, churches and individuals. Pictured are Kiwanis members Mark Auten and Jerry Prince, along with KARE Board Members Connie Lueke and Lisa Fetcho.

Sky Braden needlepointing.

Students working on their needlepoints.

Makayla Price needlepointing.

Jaylee Glenn needlepointing.

Ashley Gordon needlepointing.

Jaleese McWilliams using the sewing machine.

Bailey Stricklin using the sewing machine.

Sophomore Kaleigh Dodson fights for the rebound against a Benton Rangerette. 


Senior Sydney Williams sinks the three pointer in the Lady Foxes win over Benton. 

Senior Emily Blades prepares to shoot the free throw against the Benton Rangerettes. 

Senior Adrienne Winemiller knocks down the free throw in the Lady Foxes game against Benton. 

Hamilton County High School Senior Sydney Williams has signed a letter of intent to play softball for Rend Lake College next year. Pictured with Williams are her parents, Dave and Brande, and Rend Lake College softball coach Dave Ellingsworth. Sydney is a three year starter for the Lady Foxes Softball team. Starting her Freshman year at second base and moving to shortstop her Sophomore and Junior year, she is one of the top defensive players for the Lady Foxes. During this time, Sydney has also been named Black Diamond Conference All Conference. Williams has also played for the Downstate Rippers for the past 7 years.


The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) is pleased to announce the names of the 2017-18 Illinois State Scholars. This year’s recipients join the ranks of other exceptional Illinois high school students honored with this prestigious designation. Illinois State Scholars are recognized for their superior academic achievement. State Scholars rank in approximately the top ten percent of high school seniors from 765 high schools across the state. Honorees are chosen based on a combination of exemplary ACT or SAT test scores and sixth semester class rank. Congratulations to Remington Carrell, Jordan Pike, Sarah Mead, Jared Rexing, Landen Billington, and Emily Blades.


Congratulations to Sarah Mead and Landen Billington for being the 2016-17 Daughters of the American Revolution and Sons of the American Revolution Good Citizens. This is an honor recognized annually and is not a popularity contest, but one that recognizes students who have exemplified qualities of good citizens and are role models for others. Students were nominated by their teachers and then voted on by their peers. Congratulations Sarah and Landen!


Wesley Paddock, Bailey Stricklin, Ashley Gordon, Hannah Harrison, Aysia Johnson, and Emme Cisco pictured with their stockings they made.

Jaylee Glenn, Cheyenne Powers, Jaleese McWilliams, and Sky Braden showing off their stockings.

Deena Lenard cutting an outline for the fabric.

Jade Lemmons lining up her fabric.

Rylee Curtis using the sewing machine.

Hannah Harrison and Jayda Johnson work together on a piece of clothing.

Adison Strumpher, Adrienne Winemiller, and Laney Hutchcraft depositing coins for Penny Wars.

Denna Lenard, Allison Blades, Ashley Gorden, Jayda Johnson, and Hannah Harrison holding up a jar of change.

The cooking class sporting their pink for pink out day.

Mekayla Price and Emme Cisco helping each other with the sewing machine.

Hannah Webb working on her creation.

Cheyenne Powers and Jalesse McWilliams having fun in clothing class.

Darilyn Prince sewing together fabric in Clothing Class.

The clothing class sporting their pink for pink out day.

The food class showing off their creations.

The food class showing off their creations.

The food class showing off their creations.

The Foxes Golf team are the Champions of the Black Diamond Conference East!

2016 1A Regional Champions! 

2016 Robinson 1A Boys Golf Sectional Champions!

2016 Homecoming Coronation during the Foxes Homecoming Football game. 

2016 Homecoming Queen, Miss Darilyn Prince.

2016 Homecoming Court

Junior Waylon Webb running the ball for the Foxes during this year's Homecoming Football game. 

Seniors Shane Atkinson and Jordan Pike on the offensive line for the Foxes during their Homecoming Football game.

Junior Caleb Chapman carrying the ball for the Foxes during their Homecoming Football game against Carmi-White Co.

Students working on decorating.

Students working on decorating.

Virginia Rubenacker teaching students how to decorate with icing.

Students working on decorating.

Terry Dedrick showing off his decorating skills.

The foods class working on their decorating skills.

Emmie Cisco and Makayla Price working in clothing class.

Mrs. Kinder helping her students.

Pictures taken by Andy Sisulak

Pictures taken by Andy Sisulak

Pictures taken by Andy Sisulak

Pictures taken by Andy Sisulak