Kent County High played their arch rivals Queen Anne’s High on December 16. Kent took an early lead, but was held in check for the 2nd half of the first quarter to fall behind. Close to the end of the half a dunk by Kent’s Manny Camper excited the home crowd. While it took until near the end of the game for Kent County to make a complete comeback, they did win the game.
For 42 years Dennis Herrman has been coaching Track at Kent County High School. Even though he retired in June of 2014, he decided to come back for one last year with the Cross County Team. The team had great success this season. The photo is of Coach Herrmann giving out one of his final Cross County awards during the Fall Sports Awards at Kent County High on November 20, 2014.
Thank You Coach Herrmann for your many years of teaching and coaching.
This past week was one that the majority of the photographs were of KCHS’s Sports. It was also the week of the Blood Moon. I missed getting the shot in the morning, but when the moon rose that evening it was blood red without being in an eclipse. Played with a few shots as it was rising over the Boy’s Soccer game with this being the best,
Kent County High School Football team after suffering two painful lost on the road returned home for the second time this season. Before the game the Cheerleaders were practicing. The Cheerleaders did a great job, but the team lost their third game in a row.
The first week of September was slow until the weekend. Friday Night, September 5th was the home and season opener for the High School Football team. Plenty of good shots. Taking the Field, first catch, first touchdown, cheerleaders and the marching band just to name a few.
I selected the first shot I took that night of the Banner that was attached to the rear of the stadium that showed Trojan Pride.
And I also have that Pride since I was a graduate of Kent County High, Class of ’76.
Sorry that I’ve missed a couple of days, haven’t been out getting many shots. Here’s one at the KCHS Girl’s Basketball game vs Easton High taken on February 3, 2014