The Blackman Voice

Blaze briefs: November 19th-November 22nd

Blaze briefs: November 19th-November 22nd

Taylor Matney, News Reporter

November 22, 2019

Tuesday, November 19th  Girls basketball in Brentwood win   Bowling match in Smyrna   Freshman football banquet   Best Lineman - Evan Cramer   Leadership Award - Peyton Thomas   Co-Offensive MVP - Elijah Pitts   Co-Offensive MVP - Ben Marshall   Defensive MVP - Jus...

Clue Debuts at Blackman

Clue Debuts at Blackman

Ally Blake, Reporter

November 21, 2019

Clue is making its BHS debut this week.  First known as a board game, Clue eventually became a movie. The play is more based off the movie than the game.  Clue is about a group of adults traveling in 1954, from Washington D.C. to New England. They were all sent a letter to come to this rem...

Blaze briefs: November 13th-November 16th

Blaze briefs: November 13th-November 16th

Sienna Philips, News Editor

November 18, 2019

Wednesday, November 13th Senior breakfast; senior superlatives were announced. Most school spirit; Seth Willow, Kylie Harkins Most talented; Jesse Morgan, CeCe Gibson Most congenial; Garrett Stirewalt, Allie Rubel Wittiest; Hunter Dallas, Meredith Crews Most likely to succeed; Bernard Ekwua...

BHS fund-raising for ALS

BHS fund-raising for ALS

Sienna Philips, News Editor

November 14, 2019

At Blackman High School, the entire student body has an opportunity to have their favorite (or least favorite) administrators get pied in the face. Each administrator has a bucket to collect money outside of the bank. Whoever collects the most money will endure the worst punishment. The punishments wi...

Books-A-Million book fair trends and insights

Books-A-Million book fair trends and insights

Shamani Salahuddin, Photo Editor

October 30, 2019

The Books-A-Million book fair is open from October 30 through November 1 from 7:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Come in for an immense majority of books, Haribo gummies, Harry Potter paraphernalia, and much more! Check out the following photo story for more information on the merchandise available at the 2019-2020...

First Responders Event

First Responders Event

Jenene Grover, Reporter

October 21, 2019

On September 11, 2001, four coordinated terrorist attacks killed 2,977 people in the United States. A total of 412 of these losses were first responders.  This event forever changed the mental and physical states of first responders and their families. The respiratory diseases caused from inhalation of chemicals and smoke affected many later in life.  ...

Homecoming Week Themes

Homecoming Week Themes

Maddy Williams, Managing Editor

October 18, 2019

Monday: 20's-30's Tuesday: 40-50's Wednesday: 60-70's Thursday: 80-90's Friday: Blaze Day (Wear Blackman Colors/Homecoming Shirts)

Blaze briefs: week of 9/23

Blaze briefs: week of 9/23

Sienna Phillips, news editor

October 2, 2019

LAST WEEK: Saturday, September 21st The Blackman Boys Rugby Team competed in the Irish 7’s Ruggerfest tournament and went 5-1. They won 35-5 in the final. Thursday, September 26th The Lady Blaze soccer team defeated Smyrna 3-1 for their senior night. Friday, September 27th ...

College planning Night Recap

College planning Night Recap

Shamani Salahuddin and Mckenzie Wade

October 2, 2019

On Monday night, September 30, the auditorium was filled with nervous parents and enthusiastic seniors and juniors. Students are packed into tight rooms, waiting to hear how they’re going to be able to afford college. Once these eager parents and students were released, they immediately headed ...

New rules and regulations change daily routines at Blackman

New rules and regulations change daily routines at Blackman

Ally Blake and Lexie Shumate

October 1, 2019

From the slightly less crowded hallways to our new Impact system, Blackman is changing. For example, last year the administration allowed headphones to be worn in the hallway. This year, some of our rules and regulations have changed, and the administration has implemented a few new systems.  ...

College planning night

College planning night

Mckenzie Wade, Reporter

September 26, 2019

The pressure has been building: juniors are beginning to think about what college they plan to attend as seniors are already applying to their dream colleges. Meanwhile, other students are panicking about what their future may or may not hold.   Blackman High’s senior counselor Christine Bryan has a...