Howard County families the Parrishs and Smiths recently participated in very competitive games of cornhole. Earlier this month, the husbands - Greg Parrish and Clay Smith - won a match against their wives - Cindy Smith and Candy Parrish.
This past weekend, the ladies were able to come back and lay the smack down to show who really wears the pants in the family with 3 consecutive wins. A rematch in the future seems to be inevitable.
Pt. 1, 04/30/2020 - Earlier this week, the Leggett Family held a Wiffle Ball Home Run Derby. Landon, won a score of 9, but his sister is protesting the win.
Pt. 2 - Last month, the Leggett Family of Coahoma, held a Wiffle Ball Home Run Derby. Landon had won with a score of 9, but his sister Paisley had protested the win. Recently, the Legget household had another round of Wiffle Ball Home Run Derby. Paisley was able to claim her long-awaited victory over her brother by edging out Landon with a final score of 6-5.
Forsan High School students were recently recognized by the Texas High School Coaches Association by being named to the list of Academic All-State Tennis Players. Those recognized are as follows:
Jonathon Gabehart - 1st Team
Hunter Carter - 2nd Team
Ty Moorman - 2nd Team
Mallory Ezell - Honorable Mention
Madison Smith - Honorable Mention
The Duforat Family recently had a spirited and educational game of Yahtzee. Mom, Amanda, won the game. Although Matthew claimed he won, he did come in second. Brother David took 3rd place, and sister Emilie came in 4th but was able to use the game as math practice.
12-year-old Korbett recently received a new game of Uno for Easter and sent out a challenging text message to battle it out for a chance to conquer all. Everyone who was challenged accepted and after a long brutal game, Dad (Chad) came out on top and won it all with a score of 509!
After beating Mother Edna Ramirez at Uno, Kato was joined by sister Kaylene after she awoke from a deep slumber, ready to take on the day.
Kaylene won her first round of Uno against Kato. After that they moved on to play a different game called Pop the Pig. After several rounds, they lost count of who had more wins. In the end, they called it a draw because they had so much fun.
Information and photo submitted by Edna Rivera.
After taking a recent nasty fall that resulted in 25 staples to his leg, Jose Alanis mustered the strength for a trip to Candy Land. He and Allie-Mar Gunter had the best game of Candy Land that Big Spring has ever seen. In the end, Allie retained her title as Candy Land Champion!
Story and photo submitted by Susan Reed Varndell.
Stepbrothers Elijah Muniz, 7, and Elijah Arriaga, 13, raced against each other on their bikes under the light of a rare pink moon. Eye witnesses reported that the event was a nail-biting race as Muniz held the lead for the majority of the race until the very end where Arriaga suddenly came up from behind to take the win. A rematch will definitely be needed soon.
Story and photo submitted by Kimberly Muniz.
Chloe Negron and Mom, Nichole Negron, tested their skills and patience with a game of Bulldog Steel Mini Jenga. After 5 rounds, it was clear that Chloe was the winner with 5/5 in cuteness and determination! The actual score, however, was Chloe 0, Mom 5.
Story and photos submitted by Nichole Negron.
Victor and Mia of Big Spring competed in a game of Ninja Turtle Feeding. In this Pizza Switcharoo, they tricked the turtles into eating healthy quarantine orange snacks, instead of pizza.
This game required skill and patience as the youngsters waited on the turtles to approach. Turtle Michaelangelo came in 1st with a nibble off of Mia’s orange, but shortly after that the biggest bite came from turtle Donatello, making Victor the overall orange feeding champion.
Turtles Raphael and Leonardo didn’t fall for the food switcharoo!
Information and Photo submitted by Kim Paredez.
A never-ending Ping Pong Battle was recently held in Forsan. 10-year-old Sydni Sayles competed against 15-year-old Nolan Park in 3 rounds of Ping-Pong. In a battle of best of 3, these two continued their games of ping pong after sunset, using their cell phones for light. Ultimately, Nolan was victorious.
Information and photo submitted by Jenny Sayles.
Anthony, Nikko, and Zylie had several challenging games of Twister on the trampoline this week!
After many rounds, Anthony came out victorious in 6 out of 10 rounds. Little Nikko was just glad to be in the mix.
Story and photos submitted by Lauren Ruiz.
The Hull family of Stanton had a game night earlier this week for their oldest daughter Maddie’s 13th Birthday!! That’s right, Maddie became a teen during a quarantine!!
One of her gifts was a game called "Unstable Unicorns." The family excitedly dove into this new game with competitive spirits. Hadley won the first round with 7 unicorns and Maddie won the second round with 7 unicorns, as well.
Father, Brett, and Mom, Becky, also competed but were left in the dust and utterly confused the whole time.
Story and photo submitted by Brett Hull.
Friday night, the Laplante family had a pizza competition. Each family member made their own personal pizza and the winner was the old favorite and delicious extra cheesy double pepperoni pizza made by Annabell Laplante. She celebrated her victory with her bestie Alexa via FaceTime.
Tied in a close second were Trinity’s Italian meat & olive pizza and mother Stephanie's Italian supreme.
Travis was quite amused with his choice to live on the wild side by placing a single pineapple in the center of his pizza, which he later picked off.
Abigail made the sauce-less Cyclopes pizza and dad, Nick, ate his mountain of meat before the judges got to it.
Today, we revisit the previous fight of Man vs. Nature!
Last week, Kendal Jones jumped into Round 2 of kite-flying with different techniques and, in almost no time, had his kite in flight. The kite was in the air for almost 30 minutes until his arms got tired from battling Mother Nature’s windy conditions.
Story and photo submitted by: Kenda Jones
Over the weekend, the YMCA in Big Spring distributed over 150 basketballs and footballs for free to local kids outside of the local facility and by driving through some of the neighborhoods. According to Dathan Jones, Big Spring YMCA CEO, this was done in an effort to help keep kids in the community active and safe during these uncertain times.
Beginning today, the facility will be posting online basketball training classes will begin today and can be found on the Facebook page for Big Spring YMCA Youth Basketball 2020.
Jones told KBest News that the YMCA in Big Spring will continue to do their part in helping the community by pushing creative ideas and ways that they can connect to the community within the Federal guidelines to slow the spread of COVID-19.
AUSTIN — To support the health and safety of our students and communities, the University Interscholastic League (UIL) is suspending all UIL sanctioned contests due to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Texas. Effective March 16, all UIL interscholastic competition is suspended through March 29.
Rehearsals and practices may be held at the discretion of the local school district.
“We are urging our member schools and their communities to stay vigilant and take every possible precaution to remain safe and healthy,” said UIL Executive Director Dr. Charles Breithaupt. “We understand there is a lot of uncertainty during this unprecedented time. Please know UIL leadership is working diligently to adjust to this rapidly evolving situation and will share updates as soon as possible.”
As this is a fluid situation, the UIL will continue to follow the direction of state and local officials to monitor this situation and will make additional announcements as needed. Please continue to check the UIL website and social media accounts for further updates.
COAHOMA — The Bulldogettes dropped their season opener to the Clyde Lady Bulldogs on Tuesday night, losing 9-2.
Clyde racked up four runs scored in the first inning on an RBI double by Maddi Kirksey and a three-RBI home run by Brooke Wilder. Coahoma got out of the inning after outfielder Shae Lang caught a fly ball for the third out.
Coahoma third baseman Joycelyn Olivarez zapped the Bulldogettes with a jolt of energy when she homered on a 1-1 pitch to left field, but unfortunately, the rally was short lived. Clyde pitcher Kaitlyn Turner struck out the next batter to retire the side, and the Lady Bulldogs big batters drove in four more runs scored in the second inning.
Coahoma pitcher MaKynlee Overton and her team were able to halt Clyde’s onslaught for the rest of the game, however, the Bulldogettes were unable to get their offense going.
Coahoma’s only other score came in the fourth inning when Overton ripped a ground ball to left field for a single which sent Olivarez, who was sitting at third base after she belted a triple, over home plate. Olivarez led Coahoma at bat going 2-for-3 and scored the only two runs for the Bulldogettes.
After a tough start in the circle, Overton sacrificed only one more run over the next five innings. She threw a total of 131 pitches, got 86 strikes including seven strikeouts.
Next: Coahoma (0-1, 14-5-1) hosts Monahans at 5 p.m. on Friday. The JV game begins at 6:30 p.m.
No. 12 CLYDE 9, COAHOMA 2
Clyde: 440 001 0 -- 9 13 0
Coahoma: 100 100 0 -- 2 3 0
W — Kaitlyn Turner. L — MaKynlee Overton. 2B: Clyde — Sierra Inman 2, Maddi Kirksey. 3B: Coahoma — Jocelyn Olivarez. HR: Clyde — Brooke Widener; Coahoma — Jocelyn Olivarez. SB: Clyde — Turner, C. Compton. Pitches-Strikes: Clyde —Turner 90-57 (4 strikeouts, 1 walk); Coahoma — Overton 131-86 (7 strikeouts, 2 walks).
Coahoma at-bat: Madison Rodgers, 0-for-2, 1 walk; Ashley Romero, 0-for-3; Jocelyn Olivarez, 2-for-3, 2 runs, 1 RBI; MaKynlee Overton 1-for-3, 1 RBI; Macee Grant 0-for-3; Caitlyn Corley 0-for-2; Kenzi Canales 0-for-2; Shae Lang 0-for-2, Alex Bailey 0-for-2.
On Saturday, March 7, 2020, the Big Spring Girls Powerlifting team competed at a Regional meet held in Monahans. Jocelyn Gonzales placed 2nd in her weight class. She squatted 400 lbs, Bench pressed 185, and was able to dead lifted 375 lbs. Her total weight lifted was 960 lbs.
She qualified for state and will move on to compete in the Girls State Meet on March 20th in Waco.
Results for Big Spring Lady Steers who competed on March 7th with Jocelyn are shown below.
Team Standings for Big Spring, Region 1, 03/07/2020
SEAGRAVES — Coahoma powerlifters Cailey Glover and Christian Everett will compete with the best in the state later this month after qualifying at the Regional 1, Division 3 contest held on Friday in Seagraves.
Glover will make her second appearance at state after she placed second in her weight class at regionals. The Cohaoma junior squatted 330 pounds, bench pressed 150 pounds, and deadlifted 305 pounds for a total of 785 pounds. Everett, a freshman, placed sixth in her weight class. She squatted 195 pounds, bench pressed 100, and deadlifted 225 pounds for a total of 520.
Coahoma’s other two regional power qualifiers Serena Dobbs and Kirah Kimball had an outstanding day but didn’t advance. Dobbs placed sixth in her weight class. She squatted 235 pounds, bench pressed 105 pounds, and deadlifted 215 pounds for a total of 555 pounds. Kimball squatted 285 pounds, bench pressed 180 pounds, and deadlifted 270 pounds for a total of 735 pounds. She placed seventh in the meet.
The Texas High School Women’s Powerlifting Association state contest is set for March 20 in Waco, Texas.
HAWLEY — The Coahoma Bulldogs wrapped up their preseason with two more victories at the Hawley/Anson baseball tournament this past weekend.
Coahoma decisively won against Hawley on Saturday, 13-2. Coahoma also picked up a 5-1 win against Early and suffered their first loss of the season after Ballinger knocked in six runs during a fifth-inning rally on Friday. Coahoma fell 4-6.
Zack Schneider led the Bulldogs at bat. He went 7-for10 with three runs and two RBIs. Ky Kemper was 5-for-10 with four runs, and two RBIs. Catcher Gaige Hill got four hits out of seven at-bats and scored two runs and three RBIs. Avry Burgans and Kobe Cervantes hit a double each over the course of the tournament.
Next: The Bulldog JV team will head to a tournament in Lamesa on March 12-14. The Bulldogs (7-1-1) will be back in action on March 17 when they travel to Tuscola for their district opener against Jim Ned. Game time is 7 p.m. The JV will play at 4:30 p.m.
COAHOMA 13, HAWLEY 2
Coahoma: 013 27 -- 13 15 1
Hawley: 000 20 -- 2 1 5
W — Kolt Redden. L — Kolter Willeford. 2B: Coahoma — Kobe Cervantes. HR: Hawley — Willeford. SB: Coahoma — Avry Burgans, Tony Hagins; Hawley — C. Marshall 2. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Redden 77-39, Taylor Barnes 14-8; Hawley — Willeford 56-42, C. Conner 41-23, R. Soto 14-9.
COAHOMA 5, EARLY 1
Coahoma: 000 23 -- 5 9 3
Early: 000 01 -- 1 1 0
SB: Coahoma — Zack Schneider; Early — B. Hudson 2, C. McCullough, T. Tyler. Pitches-Strikes — Coahoma — Avry Burgans 100-50; Riby Hill 84-51, Jessen Torrant 35-18.
COAHOMA 4, BALLINGER 6
Coahoma: 002 200 -- 4 9 6
Ballinger: 000 06X -- 6 2 1
2B: Coahoma — Avry Burgans; Ballinger — Busenlehner. SB: Coahoma — Brysen Kerby; Ballinger — Bean. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Ky Kemper 82-47, Ballinger — Bowman 83-45, Busenlehner 22-16.
Combined tournament stats
Coahoma: AB R H RBI BB
Ky Kemper 10 4 5 2 2
Seth Brooks 8 3 3 1 3
Zack Schneider 10 3 7 2 0
Gaige Hill 7 2 4 3 2
Avry Burgans 8 4 6 3 1
Brant Gartman 5 0 2 4 1
Kobe Cervantes 9 1 4 2 1
Jonathon Schneider 9 1 1 1 1
Brysen Kirby 6 2 1 1 1
COAHOMA — The Bulldogettes bounced back from a disappointing 7-4 loss against Andrews on Friday to end the Cross Roads Classic softball tournament with a 4-1-1 record.
Coahoma earned solid wins against 4A Monahans (0-4), Hawley (0-4), Wall (0-19), Haskell (0-15), and drew a tie with Eastland (0-0) after the 80-minute tournament time limit ended the game.
Madison Rodgers and MaKynlee Overton led an active Bulldogette offense. Rodgers went 7-for-15 during the three-day tournament and brought in three RBIs, nine runs, and drew four walks.
The Coahoma sophomore and 2019 all-state player also blasted her second home run of the season when she knocked one out of the park off the opening pitch by Andrews Jaycee Morales in the first inning.
Overton hit her second homer of the season in that same inning with a three-RBI dinger off a 1-1 pitch. She went 7-for-13 at bat over six games with five runs, and six RBIs. Overton threw three shut-outs while in the circle and assisted Bulldogette pitcher Christian Everett with two more.
Next: Coahoma (14-4-1) hosts the 2019 5-3A District Champions, the No. 8 Clyde Lady Bulldogs, at 5 p.m. on Tuesday to open district play. The JV game will begin at 6:30 p.m.
MONAHANS 0, COAHOMA 4
Monahans: 000 0 -- 0 2 1
Coahoma: 101 2 -- 4 6 0
W — MaKynlee Overton. L — Karizma Ramirez. 3B: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers. SB: Coahoma — Kenzi Canales, Sydney Rinard, Jocelyn Olivarez; Monahans — C. Marquez 2. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Overton 51-34; Monahans — Ramirez 95-59.
HAWLEY 0, COAHOMA 4
Hawley: 000 00 -- 0 3 2
Coahoma: 201 10 -- 4 7 0
W — MaKynlee Overton. L — Cait Crow. 2B: — Coahoma — Overton 2. 3B: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers: SB: Coahoma — Rodgers, Caitlyn Corley, Jocelyn Olivarez, Christian Everett. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Overton 58-38, Everett 12-10; Hawley — Crow 84-41.
EASTLAND 0, COAHOMA 0
Eastland: 000 000 -- 0 1 1
Coahoma: 000 00X -- 0 2 0
2B: Coahoma — Cailtyn Corley; Eastland — Brynna Foster. SB: Coahoma — Christian Everett. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — MaKynlee Overton 73-46; Eastland — Foster 85-54.
WALL 0, COAHOMA 19
Wall: 000 -- 0 2 6
Coahoma: 1 15 3 -- 19 12 0
W — Christian Everett. L — Taylor Hunt. 2B: Coahoma — Ashley Romero. 3B: Coahoma — MaKynlee Overton, Cailtyn Corley, Jocelyn Olivarez. SB: Coahoma — Kenzi Canales, Sydney Rinard, Macee Grant, Madison Rodgers, Shae Lang, Olivarez. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Everett 43-28; Overton 11-7; Wall — Hunt 66-40, R. Kleman 30-11.
ANDREWS 7, COAHOMA 4
Andrews: 052 0 -- 7 6 0
Coahoma: 400 0 -- 4 4 2
W — Jaycee Morales. L — MaKynlee Overton. 2B: Coahoma — Kenzi Canales. HR: Coahoma — Overton, Madison Rodgers. SB: Andrews — J. Ramos. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Overton 94-57; Andrews — Morales 53-33.
HASKELL 0, COAHOMA 15
Haskell: 000 0 -- 0 4 4
Coahoma: 430 8 -- 15 10 0
W — Christian Everett. L — Laney Hanson. 2B: Coahoma — Kenzi Canales, MaKynlee Overton, Macee Grant, Caitlyn Corley, Jocelyn Ontivarez. SB: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers 3, Olivarez 2, Grant, Romero, Corley, Everett. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Everett 48-33, Overton 14-9; Haskell — Hanson 79-35, C. Benavidez 15-4.
Combined tournament stats:
Coahoma AB R H RBI BB
Madison Rodgers 15 9 7 3 4
Ashley Romero 12 5 3 2 1
Jocelyn Olivarez 14 5 6 5 1
MaKynlee Overton 13 5 7 6 3
Macee Grant 12 5 4 5 2
Caitlyn Corley 11 3 3 2 3
Kenzi Canales 8 4 3 5 3
Shae Lang 7 2 1 2 0
Sydney Rinard 3 2 2 0 0
Alex Bailey 8 3 2 3 1
Christian Everett 6 2 1 0 1
Cailey Glover 1 0 1 0 0
Big Spring High School announced their list of 2020 Powerlifting Regional Qualifiers. They'll be taking 11 Lady Steers and 11 Steers to Regional Meets this month.
This is a school record for the number of girls heading to the Girls Regionals meet that will be held this Saturday, March 7, 2020 in Monahans. As for the Boys team, this year BSHS has met another school record with the number of Steers competing next Friday, March 13th at the Boys Regionals meet in Sundown.
2020 BIG SPRING POWERLIFTING REGIONAL QUALIFIERS
1) ASHLIN CALVIO - 97
2) OLIVIA BANCROFT - 105
3) AMOZANEAQ GREEN - 132
4) APRIL CALDWELL - 148
5) ALANI TORRES - 165
6) XILANAE WALKER - 181
7) KAYEN JOHNSON - 181
8) JOCELYN GONZALES - 220
9) JHANIAH JOHNSON - 220 *SCHOOL RECORD FOR # OF REGIONAL QUALIFIERS
10) STEPHANIE YOUNG - 220 *GIRLS REGIONALS @ MONAHANS ON SATURDAY,
11) EVELYN SANCHEZ - 259 MARCH 7TH
1) MATTOX EVANS - 114
2) CRUZ MARTINEZ - 123
3) KENNY RICHARDSON - 132
4) LEROY JOHNSON - 132
5) CONNOR ANDRAE - 132
6) SHAWN MENDOZA - 148
7) JOSH LOPEZ - 148
8) ROGELIO CERVANTES - 181
9) ISAIAH RODRIGUEZ - 220 *TIES SCHOOL RECORD FOR # OF REG QUALIFIERS
10) ANDREW ROBERTS - 275 *BOYS REGIONALS @ SUNDOWN ON FRIDAY,
11) DANIEL ROBERTS - SHW MARCH 13TH
Invitational golf meet held at Comanche Trail Golf Course on Tuesday.
Playing in soggy conditions, the Coahoma freshman shot a team-best of 82 over 18 holes of play. Ky Kemper also had a stand-out day on the links for the Bulldogs. He penciled in a score of 88. A.J. Gutierrez, Cutter Atkins, and Nick Gonzales rounded out the Bulldogs sold performance. Gutierrez carded a round of 103 while Atkins and Gonzales scored 107 and 116 respectively.
The Coahoma team ended with a mark of 380, just seven strokes behind Wall. Clyde came in first with a score of 330. Rounding out the top five teams were Forsan and Winters with marks of 382 and 389 respectively.
Individually, Coahoma’s Jonathon Schneider, Rance Redden, and Rowdy Atkins played well on Tuesday. Schneider fired off a round of 105 while Redden shot 127 and Atkins turned in a score of 100.
On Monday, Julia Cox led the Bulldogettes team in the Coahoma girls tournament also held at the Comanche Trail Park Golf Course.
The high school junior, who placed second in the Forsan tournament held last week, shot a round of 95. She was followed by teammates Makayla Chavez with a score of 107 and Providence Dickson, who carded a round of 108. Hartlie Smithie and Zoie Joslin rounded out the Bulldogette team with marks of 116 and 120 respectively.
As a team, the Coahoma girls team finished fourth with a score of 426 and three strokes behind Slaton at 423. Clyde came in first with a mark of 393 edging out Forsan by 17 strokes. Denver City rounded out the top five with a score of 454.
The Coahoma golf team is off to a great start to the season. Last week, the girls team of Cox, Joslin, Chavez, and Smithie finished the Forsan Invitational in second place. The boys team of Kemper, Atkins, Aaron Turnbough, Gonzales, and Purcell finished fourth out of nine teams.
Next: Coahoma travels to Baird to play in the Jim Ned High School tournament at the Shady Oaks Golf Club. The girls meet is on March 16 and the boys play on March 18.
Coahoma High School Invitational
Comanche Trail Park Golf Course
Big Spring, March 2-3, 2020 (18-holes)
Team Results (local players only)
Coahoma — Julia Cox 95, Providence Dickson, 108, Zoie Joslin 120, Makayla Chavez, 107, Hartlie Smithie 116.
Stanton — Neely Poitevint 120, Zoey Ruiz 116, Jordyn Keeton 107, Savannah Heidleberg 139.
Forsan — Brianna Elliot 95, Sara Tarbet 94, Kacie Hudson 108, Taryn Spivey 114, Faith Raspe 113.
Team Standings — 1. Cyde 393, 2. Forsan 410, 3. Slaton 423, 4. Coahoma 426, 5. Denver City 454, 6. Slaton 482.
Medalist Standings — 1. Alexis Graham, Clyde 87; 2. Taylor Anchetta, Clyde 90; 3. Kardian Williams, Grady 92.
Medalists — Braylee Stone, Colorado 119; Bradlee Phillips, Colorado 131; Lexi Santana, Colorado 134; Lakyn Sandlin, Sands 100; Kardian Williams, Grady 92; Ella Hoff, Fosan 129; Kara Roberts, Garden City 117, Shelby Braden, Garden City 125.
Boys Teams Results (local players only)
Coahoma — Ky Kemper 88, Cutter Atkins, 107, Nick Gonzales, 116, Tanner Purcell 82, A.J. Gutierrez 103.
Forsan — Rylee Yanez 91, Trevor Cole 102, Cameron Allen 90, Kade Nichols 101,
Zane Riffe 100.
Garden City — Brock Braden 87, Logan Seidenberger 106, Levi McQueen 99, Ryder Gass 117, John Michael Alegria 116.
Sands No. 1 — Brycee Hamlin 94, Cash Walker 103, Cody Staggs 102, Riley Webb 121.
Sands No. 2 — Anthony Aguilar 127, Jaden Flentge 120, Kaleb King 120, Landon Kelly 111.
Stanton — Payton Barnhill 92, Cody Hancock 99, Gavren Moore 114, Nathan Robles 140, David Iseman 121.
Team Standings — 1. Clyde 330, 2. Wall 373, 3. Coahoma 380, 4. Forsan 382, 5. Winters 389, 6. Slaton 405, 7. Garden City 408, 8. Sands No. 1 420, 9. Denver City 422, 10. Stanton 426, 11. Sands No. 2 478.
Medalist Standings — 1. Carson Andrews, Clyde 73; 2. Gem, Paint Rock 76; 3. Zack Wheat, Winters 77.
Medalists (local players only) — A.J. Tomlinson, Sands 109; Nolan Park, Forsan 87; Braden Welch, Grady 83; Angelo Holley, Stanton 140; Jonathon Schneider, Coahoma 104; Rance Redden, Coahoma 127; Rowdy Atkins, Coahoma 100.
Several Forsan Buffs were named to the District 7-2A Academic All-District list. Those recognized were:
Cameron Allen - manager
Hailey Beall - manager
Hannah Hillger - manager