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28 July . 2017

Hometown School Spirit

Students and parents at Newsome High School have plenty to be proud of.  Not only does the state consistently rank Newsome as as "A" school for academics, when it comes to athetics, it's teams are highly competitive.

FishHawk Ranch’s hometown school sponsors 23 sports teams in all, giving student-athletes the opportunity to excel in football, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, tennis, swimming, golf, track and volleyball. The school also fields teams in wrestling, flag football, baseball, softball, cross country and cheerleading. Many teams have earned state, district and regional titles.

The 2017-18 season will mark head football coach Kenneth Hiscock’s 13th year with the program. The former Methodist University standout has coached the Wolves to three consecutive district titles in 2008, 2009 and 2010. He’s earned a 66-42 regular season record, 4 playoff appearances and 1 regional final. Several of Coach Hiscock’s former athletes have gone on to play at USF, FSU, University of Florida, the U.S. Naval Academy and Auburn.

The girl’s volleyball team also earned honors as recipients of the 2016-2017 American Coaches Association Team Academic Award for the third year in a row.

Newsome’s Athletic Boosters assist all of the school’s sports programs, providing equipment, uniforms and tournament fees. The non-profit is made up of parents and supporters who are committed to giving students a positive team experience.

For student athletes, it’s always a thrill to play to a packed crowd. So check out the school’s sports website and consider cheering on one of the Newsome teams in person. Visit the website by clicking here.