American Sign Language teacher Jamie Covey, a member of the United States Navy Reserve, and Carry the Load founder Clint Bruce, a former Navy SEAL, discussed the work of Bruce's non-profit organization and the role of Memorial Day in the U.S. society.
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ASL teacher and Navy Reservist, Jamie Covey, participates in the North Texas Carry The Load on May 24-25
Denton again escaped with their playoff run still alive Tuesday at Northwest ISD Stadium, coming away with a shootout win over South Hills. Leveling the score at one each with eight minutes to go in regulation, the Broncos played a scoreless overtime before besting the Scorpions 3-1 in four rounds of... READ MORE »»
Senior Christian Rodriguez is greeted by seniors Israel Galvan and Feliciano Amaya after the conclusion of the penalty shootout.
On a windy night that momentarily evoked memories of the Broncos’ loss to Rider in the third round of the 2014 playoffs, Friday Denton overcame a 1-0 deficit with 17 minutes left to top Granbury and keep their playoff run alive. With the win, the Broncos advance to the Regional Quarterfinal.
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After a longer break between games than normal, Denton overcame a slow start against Carter-Riverside to come away 4-1 victors at Northwest ISD Stadium Friday night. The Bi-district win propels the Broncos to the Area round for the second consecutive year.
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Varsity Offender, Zach Alspach (19) attempts to fight an Eagle defender to gain control of the ball.
For the first time in eight years, Denton hoisted a trophy for winning a district title after beating a two-goal deficit to tie Wichita Falls 3-3 Monday night. The District 5-5A champions close the season two points clear of the competition and begin the playoffs next week.
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Junior Feliciano Amaya fights with a Coyote defender to regain control of the ball on March 16, 2015 game versus Wichita Falls Old High.
The music swells and silhouettes of students wearing flapper dresses and slick suits are projected to the audience. The curtain opens, the lights come up, and the stage explodes with life – just in time for the conductor to cut the music and demand to run the overture again.
Three months of rehearsals now come to an end for the cast, crew, and pit of the spring musical Mame, which opens on Jan. 22, 2015.
“It’s set in the late twenties right before the Great Depression,” theatre director... Read More »
Giving back to the community has been a long-standing goal at Denton High. This fall, principal Dan Ford created a hashtag #DHSCares to bring recognition to Broncos for their ongoing contributions.
“We came up with #DHSCares as a symbol we could use all year long to emphasize how much our staff and students care about our community,” Ford said.
Faculty and staff have already put #DHSCares to use by participating in a school-wide community service event.
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