Booker T. Washington

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Class of 2021: Booker T. Washington graduation in photos

Booker T. Washington Magnet High seniors and their families celebrated the last of the Montgomery Public School 2021 graduations, crossing the stage at Cramton Bowl Wednesday morning. Contact Montgomery Advertiser reporter Krista Johnson at
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Booker T. Washington relay team wins Class 3A race with some drama; De La Salle’s Ja’Marian Peterson wins state shot put title

The Class 3A state track and field championships ended with a touch of drama — all thanks to the Booker T. Washington 4x400-meter relay team. The Lions went from fourth to first over the final two legs of the relay when senior Damian Alexander moved up two spots to get into second place, and junior Santana Richardson made his final move into first place when he came out of the final turn of his lap around the Bernie Moore Stadium track on Friday.
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Rubama: After 7 seasons on the road, Booker T. Washington baseball, softball players have a field of dreams

For the past seven seasons, the Booker T. Washington baseball and softball teams haven’t had a place to call home. Instead of playing home games on campus, the coaches and players traveled three miles to the Azalea Little League complex to play because their fields weren’t up to regulations. On Tuesday, the Bookers stayed home and hosted baseball and softball games on upgraded fields thanks to ...

Letters for May 1: Keep history of Booker T. Washington in mind when planning for future

I applaud the current administration as it moves ahead in planning, building and developing schools for now and Norfolk’s future. As I read the planning draft of Rebuild NPS 2030 — a 10-year facilities plan, I was concerned about the future of Booker T. Washington High School. While economics, land mass, accessibility, and brick and mortar are given significant attention, inadequate attention is given to the historical relevance of Booker T. Washington. It is time to commission a consultant to address the historical relevance and importance of this high school and to incorporate that information into your planning.

Softball Playoffs: Landry, Booker T. Washington fall in opening round

In Class 4A, No. 2 seed Beau Chene handled No. 31 Landry 22-0 at the St. Julien Complex in Broussard Saturday. The Gators (20-2) advance to the regional round to face the winner of Monday’s opening round contest featuring No. 15 Pearl River at home against No. 18 Sterlington. The Buccaneers end their season 5-5-1.
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Tigers suffer loss to Booker T. Washington

Tahlequah’s winless streak reached six games Friday in a 17-8 setback to Tulsa Booker T. Washington at the Claremore Festival. The Tigers fell to 9-15 overall under head coach Bret Bouher. Tahlequah overcame a five-run deficit by scoring seven runs in the bottom-half of the first inning, but the Hornets...

Booker T. Washington

Booker T. Washington, in full Booker Taliaferro Washington, (born April 5, 1856, Franklin county, Virginia, U.S.—died November 14, 1915, Tuskegee, Alabama), educator and reformer, first president and principal developer of Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute (now Tuskegee University), and the most influential spokesman for Black Americans between 1895 and 1915.

COVID-19 vaccines administered at Booker T. Washington

Houstonians wanting to get a COVID-19 vaccination were able to do so at a local high school earlier this week. With the March 23 announcement from the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS) that all adults in the state would be eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccinations beginning Monday, Houston residents lined up outside Booker T. Washington High School at 4204 Yale St. during the pop-up community vaccination event in Independence Heights.

Anniston boys beat Booker T. Washington, claim first state title in 12 years

Mar. 4—BIRMINGHAM — Four schools, one twice, and two years out of basketball came through in the combination of pain and joy on Malcolm Carlisle's face Thursday. The horn still sounding on Anniston's 54-52 victory over Booker T. Washington-Tuskegee in the 4A final, Carlisle rushed to Anniston's cheering section in Birmingham CrossPlex's Bill Harris Arena. His arms hanging down, elbows slightly bent and fists clinched, he let loose.

Class 4A boys: Booker T. Washington upsets No. 5 Brooks, advances to title game

AHSAA 4A Semifinal: Brooks vs. Booker T. Washington boys. Despite allowing a buzzer-beating layup that resulted in overtime, Booker T. Washington got defensive in the extra period and relied on its free throw shooting acumen to advance to the first state title game in program history. The Golden Eagles withstood...