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“This year they are doing a night of comedic ‘one acts’,” Mary Golden-Musick of Chisum ISD said. “The night is being called ‘A Night of Funny Fright’.”
The two plays are titled “Ha-Ha House” and “Cheating Death”.
“Both plays are thrilling comedies and appropriate for all ages,” she said. “It will be a great evening of entertainment.”
Be sure and bring your kids in their Halloween costumes before you go trick or treating. After the play children can take their photos with their favorite characters from the play in front of a spooky backdrop for $2.
The Senior football players at Chisum High played their last game on their home field on Friday night (Oct 25) when they hosted the Rivercrest Rebels. Chisum beat the Rebels 62-0. They will travel to Como-Pickton on Nov 8, where these young men will play their last high school game. They have earned the right to be called SENIORS!
Players from left to right are: Jose Recendiz, Cark Hawkins, Jaylen Record, Dylan Retos, Geron Hicks, Coach Bo, Jared Mathews, Mytchell Naylor, Ryan Poole, Joe Winton
The Chisum freshman volleyball team placed 2nd over the weekend in the Mt. Vernon Invitational Tournament.
The Chisum cross country team competed at Prariland home the second place plaque for the Junior Varsity team division. Several schools from across the region were in attendance. Chisum’s next meet will be Oct. 12 at North Lamar.
Those competing were:
Matt Williams—15th place
Noah Gordon—-12th place
Zach Hevron 11th Place
Medal Recipients :
Eddie Rojas—6th place
Gerson Gonzalez - 1st Place
By: Greg Higgins, eParisExtra
The Chisum Lady Mustangs took first place in the Commerce Labor Day Smash Tournament.