Groom Tiger Times

Journey to Playoffs

Groom girls varsity wins the Groom Tournament Championship.

Chandra Rice, Editor

February 9, 2018

Tigerette Runs Through District Chandra Rice, a sophomore member of the Tigerettes provides a look at the season for fans. Perhaps you've heard of the 'Ettes big play-off seeding game on Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. in Claude, but if you missed a game or two along the way, this column is here to catch you up o...

‘Ettes Grab 1st District Win

The 'Ettes warm up by running laps around the Lefors gym. The varsity girls traveled to play their district opener, winning 52-14.

Caroline Britten, Features Editor

January 9, 2017

Due to the snowy weather this past Friday, the Groom Tigerettes first district game was postponed until the next day, Saturday, Jan. 7. The 'Ettes traveled to Lefors and played the Lady Pirates, beginning district play with a victory, 52-14. The leading scoring force was sophomore Sydney Ritter,...

‘Ettes Claim Championship

The Groom 'Ettes were presented the championship trophy after a big win against the Lazbuddie Lady Longhorns. This past weekend, the 'Ettes traveled two hours, there and back, there and back, there and back, for a total of twelve hours to play in the Adrian basketball tournament.

Caroline Britten, Carson Ritter, and Jamey Germany

December 12, 2016

This past weekend, the Groom Tigerettes traveled two hours, there and back, there and back, there and back, for a total of 12 hours to play in the Adrian basketball tournament. The long travel proved itself to be worthwhile; Saturday night, the 'Ettes traveled back to Groom one last time with the championship...

Groom FFA Advances to Area

The senior chapter conducting team prepares for area. Practices have been at lunch and on weekends for a couple of hours at a time.

Justina Coronado and Adrian Hedricks

November 18, 2016

Of the six Groom teams that competed in events in the district FFA competition, two - junior and senior chapter conducting teams - will be advancing to area competition on Nov. 19 at West Texas A&M. There, 12 total teams will be competing, but only two will advance to the state level. "I'm glad...

Sweet Survival

Jennifer Carter supervises as her welding students finish projects. Carter is exactly 4-foot-11, and she often blends in with the students. Some say she's the woman who brings light to the halls of Groom, not only because her favorite color is yellow, but for her bright and bubbly personality.

Charity Perry, Staff Writer

October 21, 2016

"Oh! I have a three-legged dog named Gus!" This is just one of the random sentences you'll probably hear Jennifer Carter say more than once. Carter is exactly 4-foot-11. She often blends in with the students. Some say she's the woman who brings light to the halls of Groom, not only because her favorite...

Tradition Time
Photo of the Day- Aug. 30

The 2016-17 student council released homecoming court results on Thurs. Aug. 25. Today the court met for the traditional group picture in front of the school.

Leslie Germany, Editor

August 30, 2016

Keep an eye out for daily pictures that give a glimpse of life at Groom School. Homecoming Dress-Up Days Here's the list straight from the cheerleaders' list. Tues - Class Color Day - Wear as much of your class color as possible! Pre - k - red Kinder - pink 1st- blue 2nd - green ...

Running into Success

The Groom cross country team competed on Saturday Aug. 27 in Canyon. The meet included a practice relay event so no results were totaled.

Jamey Germany, Staff Writer

August 29, 2016

The Groom Cross Country team hit the asphalt Monday, Aug. 8, for the first time this summer. New coaches, Kylee Armenta and Niki Black, didn't just tell the girls what to do, but participated in the "intense" workouts as well. Whether it's running around town, to the cross, or in the weight room, these...

‘New Kid’ Joins Tiger Teams

Junior Chandler LaRoe takes a break by the main entrance after visiting with the school counselor, Mrs. Kaitlyn Moritz. Photographer K'Leigh Keesee catches him smiling even after saying how much he dislikes pictures.

Charity Perry, Staff Writer

August 25, 2016

Going from one "Home of the Tigers" to yet another "Home of the Tigers" can be confusing - and even challenging. But for Junior Chandler LaRoe, it isn't at all. Standing at 6' 1," LaRoe sees easily over most around him. Playing left end for the Groom Tiger's football team, fans can find him any...

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