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2017 Season PHOTOS BY

C2 2017 Tomcat Football • Wednesday, August 30, 2017 • Brownsville Press

Origins of Stacmot
The history of Haywood’s
most loyal supporter
in the state? Bobby Trejo suited up
By Mattie Ford “Somebody told me in 1993 as not only the
Staff writer that I’d probably be char- first male Stacmot but as
acter enough to ‘clown the first Stacmot in thir-
Hidden in one of Hay-
around’ and get the teen years. He was one
wood High School’s
crowd going,” explains of only eleven males who
many storage rooms is
Powell, who was recruit- took on the role; others
Haywood’s most loyal
ed by the cheerleaders. included Miguel Castro,
supporter and biggest
“The picture came about Logan Eubanks, Xavier
crowd pleaser. He’s pur-
when Haywood was Coley and Jay Boyd.
ple, he’s fuzzy, and you
vying for number one As if the resurrec-
can see him coming from
football team in the state tion wasn’t monumental
a football field away.
and everyone was ad- enough, 1993 was also the
Meet the one and only
vertising us. I got called year that Stacmot was fi-
to put on the outfit and nally given a name: Tom-
Legend has it that
go to the Stacmot restau- cats spelled backwards.
Haywood High School
rant and they said ‘get on Prior to that, Haywood’s
was nicknamed the Tom-
this elevated thing’ and beloved purple cheer
cats somewhere around
they hoisted me up and captain had been name-
1920, eight years after
snapped the picture.” less.
Haywood football began.
Those who decided to “My favorite part was
The Commercial Appeal Angie Powell poses as the first Stacmot in 1969 to celebrate Haywood’s climb to the number one slot
follow in her footsteps getting the crowd hyped
ran the name as two sep- in the state. Her costume was made of purple paper mache and corduroy and originally used as a
in order to appease Hay- up and getting them into costume in a school play.
arate words: Tom Cats,
wood High School’s the game… I got to dance
supposedly as a result of 6’2” seventeen-year-old probably the times that a giant fuzzy suit, but
place in their heart and and show off some of
the five Thomases on the during his time as Stac- I sweated the absolute one thing’s for certain:
fire in their belly were Al- my killer dance moves,”
team at the time. It wasn’t mot, remembers a bit of most in my life, I enjoyed Stacmot is loved. By the
ice King, Pam King, San- laughs Miguel Castro,
until almost fifty years difficulty concerning the every minute… I have nu- school, by the team, by
dy Halsey and Kathryn who played Stacmot in
later that a face joined fit of the costume. merous photos that I took the fans, by this town and
Evans in years 74, 78, 79 2005. “Mrs. Byrum was
the well-known name. In “The costume wasn’t as Stacmot with many of especially by children.
and 80, respectively. actually holding tryouts
1969, Stacmot was born. gross actually,” he says, my friends that I have to Kindergartener Finn
Stacmot then fell out in the drama room and
Well, not quite. “but it was too short for this day. Including my Davis likes going to foot-
of the limelight for thir- some friends of mine
Stacmot was born as me. It would show my an- fiancé,” exclaims Bish- ball games and says that
teen years, a time where thought it would be a
an odd, slim, somewhat kles, so I had to wear my op Noble, who donned his favorite part of Stac-
there was a strange lack good idea for me to try
scary creature without purple baseball socks.” the costume most Friday mot is that he teaches.
of enthusiasm and fur on out. And so I did… those
a name. Angie Powell Other Stacmots didn’t nights of his high school Even though his class-
the sidelines of Haywood cool dance moves that
donned the homemade have it so easy. career. mate, Lisa Maria Brown,
events. In 1993, Stacmot I pulled off were what
costume in 1969, com- “A lot of the lining on Bishop Noble and Nik- has never been to a foot-
was ready to step out. sealed the deal.”
plete with a purple pa- the inside of the head that ki Cummins had been ball game, she says Stac-
This is the beginning of The stories of how
per mache head and a keeps the foam in it had best friends for years be- mot looks fun. Five-year-
Stacmot as we know him. Stacmots fall into this
purple corduroy body. come off. Then there was fore entering high school. old Addyson Bunch plans
“Stacmot is represen- unusual role are varied:
The costume was actu- the hot, musty smell from As the result of numerous on playing basketball in
tative of [us]… in athlet- some volunteer with the
ally originally used for a it,” says 2013 and 2014 factors, including Stac- high school and is excit-
ics, in academics, in all current cheer coach, some
school play and had been season Stacmot Preston mot, they left their time ed about having Stacmot
aspects of the game,” ex- are recruited by former
recycled into a makeshift Evans. “It was always at HHS as a couple. Now, cheer her on then.
plains HHS athletic direc- Stacmots, some are sim-
costume for Powell. How extremely hot in there three years later, they’re Alex Sceals and Leslie
tor Tim Seymour. “Stac- ply the only ones who
else to celebrate the Tom- and you would come out engaged. Nikki expounds Fox will take turns suit-
mot is Haywood. And would play the role that
cats’ reign as number one drenched in sweat. The on the story and the role ing up this season in a
Haywood is Stacmot.” year. But that isn’t what
is important. shoes were really un- of that fuzzy purple beast, newer, less pungent cos-
“My favorite part of comfortable and felt like saying, “We definitely got tume than that of Pres-
being Stacmot would be they always had a rock or closer through Stacmot. ton and Bishop’s days.
that underneath the suit something in them. Also, I can’t say that I pushed For them, the memories,
I was a regular guy, but the wiring on the jaw him to do it, but I told pains and joys of their
on the outside, I was a started giving away so him how cool it would be Stacmot experience are
hero,” says class of 2010 the mouth would close. our freshman year when patiently awaiting them.
graduate Colton Keen, That’s where you see it was offered. I went And they are eager to see
who donned the costume from, so we had to put a to a lot of the games, al- what’s in store.
for the 2008 and 2009 sea- stick in the mouth to hold ways made sure to have a “I’m most excited
sons. “Being able to get it up.” But even in spite of towel because he got hot. about being able to go out
the crowd hyped up and all that, Evans describes I always kept an extra and show school spirit
really into the game… the his favorite part of the ex- water on me or I’d make and see how excited kids
ability to see the smile perience as “being able to sure he ate. I remember get when they see Stac-
on everyone’s face just interact with the kids and times he’d pull me aside mot,” junior Leslie Fox
from waving at them… to see the excitement on for a second and take his says. She and Alex both
the friendships and mem- their faces when they saw head off. I laughed so plan on playing this role
ories that were made I me.” hard with his little head next year as well.
won’t forget. Becoming Beyond the smell, on that huge cat body,” And for the next gen-
Stacmot was one of the sweat and discomfort of she remembers. “I was eration of Stacmots?
reasons I loved being at the experience, Stacmot is just already taking care of Someone will volunteer,
school so much!” often something bigger. him. So through Stacmot undoubtedly. Right now,
Though the smiles of “My experience with I got that chance.” they’re just too busy grin-
the kids may prove that being Stacmot is one of Not all Stacmots have ning and pulling his tail
it’s worth it, playing the the greatest while in high a love story to proclaim, to figure out who.
role of Stacmot certainly school. Even though the and most high school
Nikki Cummins poses with her fiancé, Bishop Noble, in his Stacmot
days. They both credit Stacmot with bringing them closer together. isn’t effortless. Keen, a time spent in the suit was romances don’t involve
2017 Tomcat Football • Wednesday, August 30, 2017 • Brownsville Press C3

2017 Schedule
August 18 Tomcats vs. Henry County (H)
August 25 Tomcats vs. Jackson Northside (A)
September 1 Tomcats vs. USJ (A)
September 8 Tomcats vs. Briarcrest Christian (H)
September 15 Tomcats vs. Dyersburg (H) (R)
September 22 Tomcats vs. Memphis University School (A)
September 29 Tomcats vs. Ripley (H) (R)
October 6 Bye Week (Open)
October 13 Tomcats vs. Crockett County (H) (R)
October 20 Tomcats vs. Jackson Liberty Technology Magnet (H)
October 27 Tomcats vs. Obion County (A) (R)

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Meet The Tomcats

Alex Taylor Brent Moore Calvin Carson Dequortae Seaberry

Senior, Wide Receiver Senior, Tight End/Full Back/Defensive Lineman Senior, Linebacker Senior, Offensive Lineman

Detravious Baker D. J. Hawkins Jalen Hudson Joseph Sanchez

Senior, Linebacker/Defensive Lineman Senior, Defensive Back Senior, Linebacker/Defensive Lineman Senior, Kicker

Khylan Clark Phel Pearson Tay Green TIllman Mcrae

Senior, Linebacker Senior, Wide Receiver Senior, Linebacker Senior, Quarterback

Tristan Taylor Xavier Walker B. J. Taylor Calen Johnson

Senior, Linebacker Senior, Wide Receiver/Running Back Junior, Linebacker Junior, Defensive Back
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Meet The Tomcats

Decourtney Reed Demarius PEarson Derron Bell Devonte Biggs

Junior, Running Back Junior, Wide Receiver/Running Back Junior, Defensive Lineman/Tight End Junior, Linebacker

Deyondrius Hines D. J. Taylor Emmanuel Beard Jackson Pettigrew

Junior, Linebacker/Quarterback Junior, Wide Receiver Junior, Defensive Lineman Junior, Offensive Lineman

Jakobe Swift Jalen Clark Jamarius Brown Javarius Sommerville

Junior, Defensive Back Junior, Defensive Lineman Junior, Linebacker Junior, Defensive Back

Jerwin Young Kedarius Taylor Lamonte Middlebrooks Marcus Jones

Junior, Defensive Lineman Junior, Offensive Lineman Junior, Offensive Lineman Junior, Defensive Back
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Meet The Tomcats

Sam Banks Sherron Hines Taylor Shields Tradarius Franklin

Junior, Linebacker Junior, Offensive Lineman Junior, Wide Receiver Junior, Offensive Lineman

Trevor Cunningham Trondarius Rotherford Xavier King Andre Robertson

Junior, Defensive Back Junior, Wide Receiver Junior, Defensive Lineman Sophomore, Running Back

Andrew Reed Andrew Stanley Benard McDowell Deon Jones

Sophomore, Linebacker/Defensive Back Sophomore, Quarterback Sophomore, Tight End Sophomore, Defensive Lineman

Derion Love Derrion Williamson Dre Tyus Ethan Conatser

Sophomore, Linebacker Sophomore, Linebacker Sophomore, Defensive Lineman Sophomore, Wide Receiver
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Meet The Tomcats

Iverson Hines Kedariun Pirtle Kendall Bond Malik Turner

Sophomore, Defensive Lineman Sophomore, Offensive Lineman Sophomore, Offensive Lineman Sophomore, Defensive Back

Marquis Pugh Martin Welch Tiriyon Wilks Travarius Baker

Sophomore, Wide Receiver Sophomore, Defensive Lineman Sophomore, Linebacker Sophomore, Linebacker

Travion Starks Treveon Banks Tyrell Douglas Zach Jeter

Sophomore, Defensive Lineman Sophomore, Defensive Back Sophomore, Offensive Lineman Sophomore, Defensvie Lineman

Atlex Evans Brian Hill Carsion Elery Darrin Silas

Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman
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Meet The Tomcats

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Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman

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D2 2017 Warrior Football • Wednesday, August 30, 2017 • Brownsville Press

Out with the old,

in with the purple
Much of Haywood mascots weren’t con-
bleeds purple. And gruent. For students
the parts that don’t… and parents, not only
well… you better watch is it costly, but it dimin-
out. Tomcat pride is ishes pride and owner-
gradually consuming ship.
Brownsville brick by The task of swapping
brick and wall by wall. HMS from Warriors
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Tomcat Takeover – plies, organizations
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ect that is transforming ing expertise, HMS
the Haywood Middle teachers have complete-
School Warriors to Tom- ly transformed class-
cats – kicked off in May. rooms and hundreds of
PEP (Parents and Edu- everyday citizens have
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mixing the red and blue PEP has sponsored
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As a feeder school, fair-food fundraisers,
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sense that the middle the ‘Cat cause. That’s a
and high school’s col- lot of hand-dipped corn
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2016 Schedule
August 8 Jamboree @ Covington
August 15 Haywood @Medina 6:30 p.m.
August 29 Ripley @ Haywood* 6:30 p.m.
August 31 Fayette East @ Haywood 6:30 p.m.
September 5 Bye Week
September 12 Munford @ Haywood* (Homecoming) 6:30 p.m.
September 19 Haywood @ Crestview* 6:30 p.m.
September 26 Haywood @ Brighton* 6:30 p.m.
September 30 Lausanne @ Haywood (8th Great Night) 7:30 p.m.

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D10 2017 Warrior Football • Wednesday, August 30, 2017 • Brownsville Press

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