Kell had a big second half, but lost to Alexander 102-85 on Tuesday in a Region 5AAAA game.
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Monday, December 19, 2011
Students from Kell High School raised money to provide Christmas gifts for "Little Longhorns."
Kell High School student and faculty volunteers helped make the holidays a little brighter for families in need by hosting the school’s fifth annual “Shop with a Longhorn” at Walmart on Saturday Each year, students in need are chosen from Kell’s five feeder elementary schools, Nicholson, Keheley, Blackwell, Chalker and Pitner, with each child receiving $40 to spend on themselves and $60 to spend on their families. Recipients meet Kell where they are paired up with a team of student shopping helpers from the school’s sports teams, orchestra and various clubs. The students and children are then bused to Walmart. Kell principal, Trudie Donovan, explained that the program began five years ago, with a $500 donation from North Cobb High School…
Friday, August 26, 2011
The Lady Longhorns win the Region 5-AAAA softball clash at home.
The Kell High School Lady Longhorns defeated the Pope High School Lady Greyhounds at home Thursday, 10-2, in a Region 5-AAAA fastpitch softball contest. The Lady Longhorns came out strong offensively, with outfielder Sierra Shipley hitting an RBI single and right fielder Naomi Stugers slugging a grand slam in the bottom of the first inning. Spreading the offense through seven players, the Longhorns were held scoreless only in the second inning. Kell's Sara Howard pitched all five innings, giving up just five hits and two runs to the Lady Greyhounds. Kell’s record now stands at 4-1.
Friday, December 10, 2010
Kell High School running back and safety Brian Randolph, headed to the University of Tennessee and probably the NFL, is 2010 Gatorade Georgia Football Player of the Year.
Gatorade chose Kell High School running back and safety Brian Randolph as one of 50 candidates for its national award because of his record in the classroom and on field, where he amassed stellar statistics in helping lead the Longhorns to a 12-1 record. The 6-foot, 185-pound Kell senior is unusual among today's gridiron specialists because he plays 48 minutes nightly, no matter which team has the ball. And Kell head football coach Derek Cook can't say enough about Randolph's contributions. "I've coached some of the best players to come out of Cobb County, and Brian's probably the best," said Cook, who has coached future NFL players. Cook coached quarterback Kenny McKinley at South Cobb High School prior to McKinley's seasons with the …