Yes, Haynes is a Swordsmen

The high school winter sports season is winding down and teams are vying for league championships and playoff berths.


Seems like there would be more than enough excitement to soothe the avid sports fan, but apparently not.
Four callers this week have iinquired/complained about the rumor that Aubrey Haynes, a running back from Diamond Ranch High School, has transferred to St. Paul.
A St. Paul spokesperson confirmed early this week that Haynes is enrolled at the school.
A little bit about young Mr. Haynes:
Hgt. 6-0; Wgt. 205; Class – Junior
2006 stats: 161 carries for 1,016 yards, 13 touchdowns. Averaged 6.31 ypc.

Hopefully, tthat is enough info to quell any further discussion about him, at least until football season.

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  • http://blogger blogger

    Wow, Great news for St. Paul. We love watching all area football teams this gives us something to look forward to. Hopefully they will have another successfull football season. Good Luck.

  • http://SPSdad SPSdad

    The St. Paul family is excited to have another great addition to our football team. We have learned the hard way that one player does not make a team so we are excited for a great team player. Here we go St. Paul.

  • http://bloggertoo bloggertoo

    It should be very exciting to see Mr. Haynes add his talents to St. Paul football. Great talent, great coaching and game calling and we got ourselves a football team. Were hoping for a great and exciting season like last year. Go Swordsmen.

  • enav

    do you think schurr will repeat another CIF tittle

  • Joe Lopez

    That is what we needed a good back to help our strong defense which brings eight starters back.

  • anon

    schurr repeat!!!!! no way…the only quality player they have coming back is rudy jordan….all their other top players were seniors….i doubt they will even make the playoffs

  • B-House

    i dont know about going back to back. But, they will make the play-off schurr makes the play-off every year with average talented kids. schurr was not supposed to win it this year according to the papers and know it all bloggers. so let see what happens

  • http://footballfan footballfan

    That’s great news for St. Paul fans more excitment added to their football team. We look forward to see what St. Paul does this year. I hope they represent our area as good as they did last year. We love football, all schools in the Whittier/Santa Fe Springs area we watch. We were really impressed with St. Paul. Good luck to all schools.

  • Anonymous

    Schurr repeat? doubtful. they will probably make CIF simply because they are in a weak league, but i doubt they will go past quarterfinals.

  • Anonymous

    WELL LOOK HERE WE GO AGAIN PEOPLE ON THIS BLOG TALKING THERE $$$$…SCHURR WILL MAKE ANOTHER CIF RUN NEXT YEAR WITH THE TALENT THEY GOT….SO NOW ST PAUL THINKS THERE GOOD BECAUSE THEY GOT A RUNNING BACK WOW!!! GET A LIFE…

  • Anonymous

    Years ago the St. Paul football team would come up with an all opponents team. Do they still follow that tradition?

  • Anonymous

    yes we do

  • Anonymous

    Would you be kind enough to let us know who was on this years all opponent team?

    The Swordsmen faced some really good teams this year and I’d very interested to see who they considered the best.